www.skinnytaste.com is where the recipe can be found. Or use this hyperlink to get directly to the recipe skinnytaste eggnog. Paul and I enjoyed this for round one after it was made; however, I wasn't a fan of the texture after it sat for a bit. So, a good experiment...a fun little project...likely I will make it next year. I will still likely order my fully sweet and whole-milk version from lwdairy, as I usually purchase one per year. It's as rich as the chocolate milk we order from our local milkman on each of our birthdays and really speaks to limiting the amounts of decadent beverages....I guess I would rather have a tiny bit of the really good stuff than more of the not so good stuff. But, that's me:)
In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, sugar and cornstarch until it turns light yellow.
Temper the eggs by gradually pouring the hot milk mixture, about 1 cup at a time, into the egg mixture, whisking constantly (this is important, otherwise you'll make scrambled eggs). Pour the mixture back into the pan. Place over medium heat and stir constantly with a wooden spoon until the eggnog begins to thicken, about 6-7 minutes.
Spike the eggnog with liquor, if desired , and garnish with nutmeg.