Are you an eggnog lover, hater, or “maybe later”?
It seems like everyone falls into one of those camps with eggnog – it’s a pretty polarizing drink. I get it; no matter how many tasty things are mixed in (namely milk/cream, sugar, and booze) drinking eggs isn’t for everyone.
There is a way to bring all camps together in a holiday concoction kumbayah, though.
Bake with eggnog!
Here are 8 great ways to introduce haters and waiters to the deliciousness once known as “egg milk punch”. (Yeah, that name didn’t do it any favors…)
Talk about a savory situation…if presents under the tree aren’t enough to get your people out of bed, these pancakes surely will. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!
Adding bourbon to almost anything is a good idea in my book. It’s winter’s liquid nemesis, right up there with mittens and wood-burning fireplaces – even when it’s inside a chilled dessert like this.
Nutmeg-spiced eggnog frosting? Yes, please! Especially if it’s spread on top of chai-infused sugar cookies. Thick.
If eggnog and cheesecake are two of your faves, it’s definitely time to introduce them. This is a match made in the highest heights of dessert heaven.
There’s always some exchanging at Christmas – witness the long lines on December 26. Fortunately, swapping eggnog into this dessert is a lot easier. Of course, then you have Dos Leches. But who’s counting?
It’s no mistake that crème brulee rhymes with “yummay”. Amiright? Okay, it doesn’t. But it is! Especially with eggnog, rum and brandy up in the mix.
Some people like their pie with ice cream, a la mode-style. Others prefer their ice cream without pie. BOTH can find harmony in this dessert with classic holiday flavors.
Who doesn't love a good monkey bread? It's warm, gooey, sticky goodness. But spiced with nutmeg and topped with creamy eggnog rum icing? That's a holiday winner!