By Jen Harwell
November 18, 2014
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There are some people who like eggnog, and there are some people who live for eggnog.

Amazingly Good Eggnog | Photo by LZakaria

At least once in your life you should make eggnog from scratch. Then what's to stop you from having it all year around? Nothing! The best homemade eggnog is Amazingly Good Eggnog. It takes just 30 minutes to make the eggnog, then needs a few hours in the fridge to chill. This version calls for rum, but leave it out if you'd like.

When your eggnog consumption exceeds your eggnog production, it's time to go to the store. Buy an extra container for these delicious desserts, breakfasts, and drinks. Those signature cartons of eggnog won't be on the shelves for long!

1. Eggnog for Breakfast

Eggnog replaces milk in many of these recipes, but adds extra flavor!

Eggnog Raspberry Belgian Waffles | Photo by mauigirl

2. Eggnog From the Oven

Sweet and creamy eggnog creates moist and fluffy baked goods.

Cranberry Eggnog Cornbread | Photo by Dianne

3. No-Bake Dessert Eggnog

Eggnog ice cream is guaranteed to be delicious, but did you know about eggnog fudge or pudding?

No Cook Eggnog Ice Cream | Photo by KGora
| Credit: KGora

4. Tipsy Takes on Eggnog

Sure, you could just add rum to your eggnog, but wouldn't it be so much more civilized to follow one of these 5-star recipes?

Coquito | Photo by LatinaCook

5. Teetotalling Takes on Eggnog

The eggnog latte is one of the most common eggnog drinks, but is it the best? Try all five of these no-booze recipes and get back to us!

Photo by Holiday Baker

6. Eggnog Goes Vegan

Rice and coconut milk ensure that no one is missing out on this holiday treat!

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