Silk’s Nog is one of their seasonal flavors that can be served for the holiday season for guests who are lactose intolerant.
Even if you aren’t lactose intolerant but just want to avoid holiday weight gain, Silk Nog is low-fat yet delicious and refreshing. My son says it tastes a little bit like bubble gum, but I don’t know what he means! It does not have the same thick consistency of the full-fat egg nog, but is a great low-fat egg nog alternative! The Silk nog comes in a one quart carton.
I found the Silk Nog at Whole Foods market. I did not like it quit as much as the mint chocolate Silk Soy milk, another seasonal flavor, but it was tasty.
Serve with a sprinkle of cinnamon on top or with a cinnamon stick in a glass mug. For pretty holiday flair, sprinkle a dash of green or red sugar on top.
Here are a few things to know about the Silk Nog, a low-fat egg not for the holidays.
No. 1: Silk Nog calories: One half cup of the Silk Nog contains 90 calories or 180 in a cup. As a comparison traditional full-fat egg not can contain as much as 350 calories per cup.
No. 2: Silk Nog nutritional facts: One serving has 2 grams of fat, no cholesterol, 75 mg sodium, 150 mg potassium, 3 grams of protein and 12 grams of sugar.
No. 3: Soy Nog ingredients: Soy Nog contains soymilk, evaporated cane juice, natural flavors, sea salt, and vegetable color.
No. 4: Soy Nog is distributed by WhiteWave Foods based in Broomfield, Colorado.
No. 5: Keep the Soy Nog refrigerated. It is made with non genetically modified soybeans in North America. It’s free of lactose, dairy, cholesterol, casein and MSG.
Another thing to remember with the product is that it’s not an infant formula. Don’t give to infants. Make sure to serve cold for the best taste in my opinion.
For taste, I give the Silk Nog 4.2 out of 5 stars compared to the 4.8 out of five I gave the Silk Soy mint chocolate. If you are craving egg nog, it’s definitely a better choice. But I liked the mint chocolate of the Silk brand seasonal flavors the best.
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