Get great eggnog recipes to make the perfect holiday drink to share with friends and family from Cooking Channel.
If you think you're not an eggnog fan, that's probably because you've never had Alton Brown's homemade version. The creamy, custard-like base mixed with the spice of bourbon, dark rum and nutmeg is wintry bliss.
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These cookies have a soft, creamy center, crispy, nutmeg-nested edges and a hint of brandy. When eaten just out of the oven, they truly taste like a glass of eggnog.
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Kelsey's Eggnog Milkshake
Turn eggnog into a frothy dessert by blending it with ice cream and topping with whipped cream and crumbled gingersnap cookies.
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Eggnog Ice Cream
Alton offers a delicious alternative to his traditional yuletide drink by simply omitting the egg whites from his eggnog recipe and then pouring the mixture into an ice cream maker. This seasonal dessert is amazing by itself or atop a slice of your favorite holiday pie.
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Coquito (Puerto Rican Eggnog)
Fresh coconut sets this Puerto Rican eggnog apart from the heavier, custard-like eggnog we're used to, and it brings a taste of the tropics to the holidays.
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Pumpkin Baked Alaska with Spiked Eggnog Center
The Baked Alaska is already one of the most impressive desserts you could make, so when you start with gingerbread cake and fill the airy treat with eggnog and pumpkin ice creams, you're pretty much just showing off.
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A pinch of salt heightens the fragrant flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon and fresh vanilla bean, which marry perfectly with high-quality bourbon.
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Eggnog Custard Pie
Jamie Deen took all the traditional eggnog ingredients, poured the mixture into a flaky pie crust and baked it off so it sets and becomes mouthwatering custard.
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Dave's dad's eggnog has the classic blend of cream and spice, but with a heavy-handed pour of brandy and dark rum, this eggnog has a kick that separates the boys from the men.
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Eggnog Ice Pops
Chill out during the sometimes stressful holiday season with eggnog ice pops. Modeled after the Puerto Rican version of the drink (coquito), they have a coconut milk base and are frozen for several hours.
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Nigella concocts an even richer version of eggnog using one part advocaat (a rich Dutch liqueur made of eggs, sugar and brandy) and three parts cream.
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Homemade Eggnog White Hot Chocolate
Double your holiday pleasure with a mug of this recipe, which combines two favorite seasonal beverages. Made from chunks of white chocolate and filled with plenty of warm, seasonal spices, this drink has everything you need.
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