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Festive Holiday Nogg Recipe by JK Juices


Festive Holiday Nogg Recipe by JK Juices

When I saw a photo of  JK Juices’ Holiday Nogg on Instagram, I just knew I needed to get the recipe and share it with our fellow juicers! Love the label by the way, ladies. Nice job!

This velvety, vegan and dairy-free take on the traditional holiday eggnog is made with almond and cashew nut mylk. It is full of omega 3s and healthy fats and is sure to put your customers in a festive mood!

Yields about 40 oz.

Print Recipe


10 oz  raw almonds
10 oz raw cashews
4 tsp maple syrup
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp mesquite powder
1 tsp fresh ground nutmeg
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp clove
1 tsp sea salt
Vegan, dairy-free Holiday Nogg by JK Juices
Vegan, dairy-free Holiday Nogg by JK Juices


  1. Soak nuts in water for 24 – 48 hours, then rinse and drain.
  2. Weigh nuts and add equal parts nuts and fresh filtered water into the blender, blend until smooth.
  3. Strain through a cheesecloth or fine strainer or press using the X-1 Mini.
  4. Repeat steps until all nuts have been blended and strained.
  5. Add in spices and mix!

Pro Tips:  2 cups of water and 2 cups of nuts works well in most blenders. For a spiked version, add rum, brandy or bourbon!  You can use the X-1 Mini to grind the nuts but we found that using a Vitamix blender makes a creamier mylk. To make using the X-1 Mini, see video tutorial hereMaking Nut Mylk on the X-1 Mini

Let us know how you like the recipe by commenting below!

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As marketing manager for Goodnature, Robin gets to work around her favorite thing - juice. Growing up, Robin's parents introduced her to fresh juice made at home and the health benefits juicing provides. She continues to be passionate about it today and juicing at home is still part of her daily routine.

4 Responses

  1. How long will this eggnog last in the fridge?


    1. Hi Margie,
      JK Juices does a 4 day shelf life on this nut mylk.


  2. Hi is it possible to freeze this juice?


    1. I asked our chef and juice business consultant Ari to be sure, he says he wouldn’t recommend it because freezing then thawing kills the freshness a lot of time.
      You can for home use but wouldn’t for a brick and mortar store…


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