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Eggnog Recipes for the Holidays

a cup of eggnog with some cinnamon in it

Are you having a holiday party this month? The Madison New Britain Blog is sharing some eggnog recipes perfect for serving up at your next winter gathering. Whip up one of these treats in your apartment here in Chalfont, PA to satisfy your appetites for this classic holiday drink.


Spiced Chocolate Eggnog

Turn your eggnog chocolatey and add in some spices to give it some exciting new flavors! Here’s what you will need: whole milk, coarse salt, cinnamon sticks, bittersweet chocolate, heavy cream, egg yolks, nutmeg, Mexican churros (for garnish), sugar, vanilla bean, milk chocolate, cayenne pepper, and brandy (optional). The recipe comes from Martha Stewart Living.


Peppermint Eggnog Punch

This recipe for peppermint eggnog punch comes from The Girl Who Ate Everything. This holiday punch recipe is super easy to make and only requires three ingredients: eggnog, ginger ale, and peppermint ice cream. Garnish with crushed candy canes, peppermint sticks, or green and red straws for an additional festive touch.


Eggnog Coffee

This eggnog coffee from Kraft is the perfect winter drink that will warm you right up while waking you up! Here’s what you’ll need: your favorite ground coffee, ground nutmeg, sugar, cold water, eggnog, and whipped cream. This warm and creamy drink is ready in just 10 minutes!


Vanilla Spiced Eggnog

Infuse vanilla flavor into your holiday eggnog by following this recipe from Nutmeg Nanny. What you’ll need: egg yolks, sugar, heavy cream, whole milk, nutmeg, vanilla bean seeds, egg whites, and spiced rum (optional).


Eggnog Orange Julius

Give the beloved orange julius a holiday makeover by adding eggnog to it with this recipe from Little Dairy On The Prairie. You’ll just need frozen orange juice concentrate, eggnog, water, vanilla, sugar, ice cubes, and ground nutmeg (optional) to transform this summer drink to a winter one. Garnish it with whipped cream and a dash of nutmeg.


What are your favorite eggnog drink recipes? Share them with us in the comments. Thanks for reading our post. Happy holidays!