Keto Whipped Egg Nog

Keto Whipped Egg Nog

So as you may know, I recently acquired an ISI Mini Whip.  If you’re not familiar, its a device that makes whipped cream.  Its the mini version of the one they use at Starbucks. My first foray into custom whipped cream was Alcoholic Whipped Cream. Since the holidays are coming up, I wanted to try some new recipes with the charger and I came up with a keto friendly whipped Egg Nog. It would go great along with your Thanksgiving or Christmas celebrations!  Enjoy!Eggnog with NutmegHere’s the finished concoction.  It was insane how good it was. My wife, who doesn’t like Egg Nog, even liked it!Egg YolksThe recipe starts with two egg yolks.  There are three above but I made too much so I’ve adjusted the recipe.Egg MixtureAdd the cream and EZ-Sweetz and whisk together.BourbonI used Knob Creek whiskey but any bourbon will do.Eggnog with BourbonAdd the bourbon and whisk some more.ISI Whipped Cream MakerThis is the ISI Mini Whip unit.  It comes with the stainless steel container, a cap, a tip and a charger aligner.Eggnog Mixture in Whipped Cream MakerHere’s the liquid in the container prior to charging.Ready for Whipped Keto EggnogOnce you’ve charged the unit, the tip goes on and you’re ready to whip! Make sure to shake it 3-4 times after you’ve pressurized it.  If it comes out too runny, shake it a time or two more.

Eggnog with NutmegAdd some Nutmeg and you’ve got yourself a keto friendly whipped Egg Nog!

Keto Whipped Eggnog
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 4
  • Serving size: ¼th (62 mL)
  • Calories: 212
  • Fat: 17
  • Fiber: 0
  • Protein: 1
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Ingredients
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 18 drops of EZ-Sweetz
  • ¾ Cup Heavy Cream
  • ¼ Cup Bourbon
  • Ground Nutmeg to taste
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients in a bowl
  2. Add to Charger
  3. Pressurize with Nitrogen
  4. Shake 3-4 times
  5. Serve in a bowl or cup with a spoon
  6. Dust with Nutmeg
 

2 comments

  1. Do you think this would still be good with just a hand mixer? It’s what I use to make whipped cream currently.

  2. Going to start feeding my kids this without the alcohol and with stevia instead… but pretty much this! They will drink yolks and cream like it’s god’s gift to us mortalz… which it is pretty much.

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