…because I don’t plan on getting through the holiday season without a little help from some spiked egg nog.
For real, this is our favorite. 6 eggs, rum, whiskey, vanilla extract and more. It serves 6, but we say cancel the invites and enjoy all 6 yourself. Then start writing out your Christmas cards. We're kidding. Holiday cards.
A healthier option by using almond milk that makes it a bit easier on the stomach for those who, ahem, could use the help (hint: me). Main ingredients of 6 eggs, 2 egg yolks, stevia extract, whiskey and more.
Get the full recipe at AllDayIDreamAboutFood
We say "Christmas" to make it festive, but we could easily call it "Wednesday Eggnog with Rum." Main ingredients are 4 egg yolks, brown sugar, milk and, of course, rum.
...or dark rum or bourbon. I just like Brandy. She's a fine girl. What a good wife she would be. Main ingredients of 5 eggs, milk, nutmeg and more.
Judging by this recipe, Nonnie liked to throw them back. And we instantly fall in love with her. Main ingredients of 7 eggs, whole milk, sugar, heavy cream and...Wild Turkey.
Because you don't have to drink to have a good time. I mean, I do, but you may not. If so, you'll love this nog. Main ingredients of 4 egg yolks, milk, cloves and more.
Get the full recipe at SweatPeaChef
Classic Eggnog from Scratch
Bourbon, brandy and rum? Yes please. We're ready to man up with this 12 egg (for real) nog.
Sure you can't drink these, but who's to say you can't dunk them into your eggnog and experience your senses exploding this holiday season.
What is egg nog you ask? Biblically speaking, it’s one of the most traditional holiday drinks that’s typically an intoxicating mixture of beaten eggs, cream and alcohol. What’s better than that? Flip through our favorite egg nog recipes in the slideshow above and find out exactly how to make egg nog, whether you want it with alcohol, non-alcoholic and, for some us, lactose free!
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