Nog, Nog... Who's there? Christmas! Everywhere you go it’s looking and tasting a lot like the holidays! Candy canes, peppermint lattes and decadent chocolates are everywhere you turn, whether you're at home or in the office.
It's never too early to get into a festive mood. Start with a glass of holiday cheer to celebrate the season with Classic Egg Nog or liven things up with a flavourful twist on the traditional!
8 Festive Holiday Egg Nog Recipes
If you love tradition, our Classic Egg Nog recipe is for you! This easy-to-make recipe will have you feeling warm and fuzzy with holiday cheer.
Is there anything more synonymous with Christmas than gingerbread? This gingerbread twist on our classic recipe is sure to be like no egg nog you've ever had before!
This Chocolate Egg Nog recipe is perfect for the chocolate lovers that crave a decadent twist!
Add cardamom, peppercorn and cinnamon to our Classic Egg Nog recipe for an easy, warm chai flavour!
Omit sugar for pure maple syrup and add fresh peeled ginger to our Classic Egg Nog recipe for a sweet and zingy taste!
Entertaining a crowd? Caramel Egg Nog is sure to please and it serves 14.
This Holiday Cheer Egg Nog recipe features fantastic tips like replacing half the milk with Irish cream liqueur or using rum extract for those looking for a non-alcoholic drink.
This Buzzfeed recipe offers 4 yummy holiday egg nog recipes to easily make in the slow cooker!
Tips for making and storing Egg Nog
- Lighten up your Egg Nog recipe by swaping 5% light cream for 35% whipping cream.
- If you're making Egg Nog at home using raw eggs, heat the egg and milk mixture to at least 71° C (160° F). Cool it quickly in shallow containers in the fridge then transfer to a pitcher.
- Cover and store Egg Nog in the fridge. It keeps for several days.
- Put Egg Nog out to serve in a bowl of ice. It will keep for 2 hours.
- Store-bought Egg Nog is pasteurized, but like all dairy products, you still need to check the best before date and store it in the fridge.
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