4 Times Eating Eggnog Was Better Than Drinking It

Instead of drinking eggnog, incorporate it into your recipes
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This is one of those instances where eating eggnog is so much better than drinking it.

When winter comes around, it’s time to enjoy a nice cup of eggnog around the fire. Now you don’t have to always use a cup. You can eat your eggnog, too! Eggnog can be added into dessert recipes and even brunch.

On Christmas Day make eggnog French toast for your family. They can even enjoy eggnog donuts as they unwrap presents. Here are four out-of-this-world eggnog recipes that you have to try this season.

Eggnog Chia Pudding

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Add eggnog to your chia pudding.

This recipe combines chia, eggnog, and nutmeg to make a delicious winter snack.

For the Eggnog Chia Pudding recipe, click here.

Eggnog Cookies

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Add eggnog to your next cookie recipe.

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For the Eggnog Cookies recipe, click here.

Eggnog Trifle with Gingersnap Cookies

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Make a trifle with eggnog and ginger snap cookies

Gingersnap cookies layered with pastry cream lend a pleasant spiced crunch to this classic holiday dessert. — Janina O’Leary  

For the Eggnog Trifle with Gingersnap Cookies recipe, click here.

Overnight Eggnog French Toast

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For extra flavor add eggnog to your French toast recipe.

French toast that has loads of eggnog flavor? Yes, please. This is definitely one of those recipes where it would be in your favor to eat something that tastes like eggnog rather than drink eggnog. The French toast is warm, has a crunchy exterior, and gets topped with a bourbon and brown sugar sauce.

For the Overnight Eggnog French Toast recipe, click here.


 

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