Amazingly Good Eggnog
It's taken me several years to perfect this homemade eggnog recipe. Now everyone asks, 'When are you making the eggnog?!' This uses cooked eggs for safety, and you can use more or less rum to taste. It's a bit of work to make, but well worth it. You'll never buy store-bought eggnog again! Enjoy!
Peppermint Eggnog Punch
This punch is so delicious, I sometimes make a batch without the rum because the kids enjoy it as much as the adults!
Eggnog from Scratch
It is relatively easy to toss a few quarts of eggnog and a bottle of rum into a punch bowl, but take the time to make some eggnog from scratch and you will be amazed how great real eggnog can be.
It wouldn't be Christmas without one (or several!). If you have a home espresso machine, this is a great holiday coffee treat.
Good old-fashioned eggnog flavored with vanilla and rum extract. Be sure to make extra! This recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs.
When serving, keep the bowl of eggnog resting in a bowl of ice to keep it well chilled!
This recipe is good for those who are allergic to eggs, and those who would like an eggnog free of worries. French vanilla pudding, with a little rum flavoring, and nutmeg, and they'll never know.
Early American Eggnog
Supposedly a recipe from George Washington, I have used this recipe for five annual New Year's parties. You MUST make it about 10 days in advance to mellow the flavors. Then it is so smooth one of my guests unknowingly served her 2 year old! Use premium vanilla ice cream to keep it chilled in the punch bowl. I like to shape the ice cream in a star molds, and use them one-at-a-time to chill the eggnog throughout the evening.
Sugar Free Eggnog
This is a sugar-free version of a Christmas favorite. It is best to make it just before serving.