Skinny Eggnog Latte

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There is something about grabbing a Starbucks Eggnog Latte before venturing out to do my Christmas shopping that puts me in the Holiday spirit. Well now you can make one in the convenience of your own cozy home at a fraction of the price and without all those added calories. This is so easy to make. If you have an espresso machine, make espresso with good strong coffee and steam your eggnog with a little milk to make it frothy and hot. Top with a dash of nutmeg and even some fat free whipped topping if you wish. If you don’t have an espresso machine, no worries. Make your coffee a little stronger and heat your eggnog over the stove or in the microwave, then whip it in the blender.

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Skinny Eggnog Latte

73 Cals Protein Carbs Fats
Yield: 1 serving
COURSE: Drinks
CUISINE: American


  • 2 shots espresso or 1/2 cup of strong concentrated coffee
  • 1/4 cup skinny eggnog
  • 1/4 cup nonfat milk
  • additional sugar or sweetner to taste, extra pts
  • nutmeg
  • *optional reduced fat whipped topping


  • Brew coffee or espresso.
  • Heat eggnog and combine with milk.
  • Use frothing wand slowly up and down, side to side until eggnog and milk is thick and foamed. (Or put in blender if you don't have a frothing wand).
  • Pour coffee or espresso into mug, sweeten to taste and pour hot eggnog mixture over the top.
  • Sprinkle with nutmeg and enjoy!


Calories: 73kcal
Keywords: Gluten Free

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  3. Hi Gina, This was great! How about a skinny version of a hot mocha? Its a winter favorite but Starbucks version is high cal. Thanks!

  4. Sounds yummy can't wait to try it.

  5. OMG utterly amazingly good!!! i just cant believe its only 1.5 pts!!!

  6. Secret Restaraunt Recipes. Amazing book.

  7. I love the looks of this one! Yummy!

  8. Oh my goodness…I just found your blog. I thought why bother spending too much these kinds of recipes are usually long, drawn out and expensive. I AM WRONG.

    THese are doable…i have a big family and I can still double and triple and not bust my budget. THANKS.

    Now to have this baby…and I'll start making these!

  9. Very creative and festive idea. Will be great to serve with our home made cookies on Christmas Eve!

  10. Thanks Ayak!!!!!

    @Faith – I love holiday coffee too!! The best part of my morning was my eggnog coffee today!

  11. This is a fantastic idea! I love holiday coffees, but you're right they can be pricey (not to mention full of fat and calories!). I love your version!

  12. I have just discovered your blog and I think it's fantastic. So many wonderful recipes. I'm about to start a healthy eating regime and even though it's based on the Weight Watchers system, it's just as useful for those people who aren't with Weight Watchers.

    I'm so impressed that I'm going to do a post on my blog to steer my followers in your direction.