Eggnog Cannoli Recipe

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Eggnog Cannoli Dessert

Cannolis as a dessert are always a divine ending to any meal. Just for the holidays here is the perfect combination, an eggnog and cannoli recipe. This eggnog cream, inside of a scrumptious cannoli shell is the perfect dessert treat to bring delight to any holiday celebration!

INGREDIENTS

1 package of Nestles Premier White Morsels

12 Ready to us mini Cannoli Shells

¼ cup of cashews

¼ cup of eggnog

2 ½ cups of Heavy Cream

½ tsp. nutmeg

½ tsp. cinnamon

1 Pastry Bag

PREPARATION DIRECTIONS:

1. Put the cashews in snack bag. Using the end of a spoon, crush the cashews. Place the crushed cashews to the side.

2. In a mixing bowl add ¼ cup of eggnog and 2 ½ cups of heavy cream.

3. Add ½ tsp. of nutmeg and cinnamon to the mixture, and with a hand mixture mix all the ingredients until thick.

4. When the heavy cream mixtures is thick stop mixing and add the crushed cashews and ¼ cup of Nestles Premier White Morsels.

5. Insert the cream into the pastry bag and add the cream into each cannoli, to make a delightful cannoli eggnog dessert.

6. Chill the cannoli dessert in the freezer for 10 minutes before serving. Bon appétit!

Happy Holidays!

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