Sunshine saw the eggnog as soon as it appeared in the grocery store in October. My husband brought the first litre home in November. I managed to ration it out over a week or so, though I’m sure we could have guzzled it in a few minutes. Eggnog is one of the best parts of Christmas.
Here are a few eggnog recipes to inspire your Christmas baking.
Would it be eggnog overdose to eat these cookies with a glass of eggnog? I don’t think these cookies would last long around my house!
If you or a special guest this holiday is gluten-free, check out this recipe for Gluten-Free Eggnog Cookies from One Heart One Family.
If you like iced cookies, try this recipe which is said to taste like cinnamon buns with a hint of eggnog.
Creamy No-Bake Eggnog Pie
Eggnog and pie??? How have I not heard of this before? This recipe sounds easy and delicious!
Ricotta Cake with an Eggnog Glaze
This recipe is made in a MultiFry and almost makes me want to add that to my Christmas list just so I can make the cake…
Eggnog Cheesecake Bars
I need a potluck or party to make this recipe for, or I think I’d eat the whole pan myself…
Eggnog Cheesecake Bars with Rum Drizzle
If you don’t have time to make something from scratch, you can whip up this recipe with Epicure’s Cheesecake Mix.
Yes, you can make this holiday favourite drink at home!!! Theresa shares how to do it, even if you don’t have a fancy espresso maker.
No eggnog in the house to bake with? No problem—you can make that too!
Are you an eggnog fan? What’s your favourite way to consume it?
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