Top Rated Eggnog Recipes

Eggnog Fudge
Your favorite holiday drink — creamy with strong notes of cinnamon and nutmeg — is now contained in a sweet dessert offering that is perfect for your holiday dessert table (or any time during the year you find yourself with an eggnog craving).
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Eggnog
A traditional recipe for the classic holiday drink from Sam Barbieri at Waterfront Ale House in New York City. Sam suggests using quality ingredients for the best result, like farm-fresh milk and cream, quality liquor, and fresh spices. For added flavor, let the spices infuse the liquor for about an hour before finishing the drink.  —Allison Beck
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  Excitement is in the air and the eggnog is flowing during the Christmas season. If you’d rather eat it than drink it, here’s eggnog in cookie form.
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Chia Pudding
Here is our recipe for “Eggnog” Chia Pudding. We eat this as a snack or for dessert. It is especially tasty in the winter because it tastes like the season! Chia is really good to use when making pudding because it gels up the liquid to make it into a pudding. Also, chia has loads of omega-3s, which soothes your skin and moisturizes it. Chia is also loaded with protein, magnesium, and fiber.
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Eggnog
Unfortunately, your average cup of eggnog can really bust your waistline. Not to fear, for there are low-fat eggnog recipes — with skim milk and less cream — that will allow you to sip on this holiday staple without feeling guilty. To enjoy this recipe as a hot drink, prepare it on the stove and serve it immediately after it’s ready.  This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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Eggnog French Toast
Leftover eggnog? Try this sweet and creamy holiday twist on traditional French toast. Top with fresh fruit, drizzle with syrup, or simply dust with powdered sugar. Recipe courtesy of the American Egg Board.
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Eggnog Cookies
Rich Ptack and his daughter Sarah created this recipe after years of baking together, and it earned them an honorable mention in 2013. The cookie has a warm nutmeg accent, and its flavor mimics the traditional holiday drink. These cookies bake at a lower temperature than most so that they do not dry out. Reprinted with permission from Holiday Cookies by the Chicago Tribune staff, Agate Surrey, November 2014.
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The eggnog milkshake is made by Sugar and Plumm's executive pastry chef, Pichet Ong.   
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This recipe may take significantly more time and labor than opening a carton, but we promise that it’s worth it.
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Eggnog French Toast
This deliciously decadent recipe is perfect for entertaining. Plus, it uses a signature bourbon brown sugar sauce that will make your brunch guests weep with joy. 
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Eggnog Trifle with Gingersnap Cookies
Gingersnap cookies layered in with pastry cream lend a pleasant spiced crunch to this classic holiday dessert. Feel free to use store-bought gingersnap cookies for a quick shortcut. Click here to see Best Recipes Using Cookies.
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Spiked eggnog
Forget the store-bought eggnog. This classic holiday drink is simple enough to make yourself. All you need are five cocktail bar staples and a snifter glass and — voila — eggnog!This recipe is courtesy of Smirnoff. 
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