- Holidays and Celebrations
Eggnog Day And Christmas Eve Are On The Same Day
Since Dec. 24th is Eggnog Day and Christmas Eve, Eggnog makes the perfect punch to make some wonderful holiday toasts with. Growing up, Eggnog was a part of my family's holiday tradition and I still like to make a batch for my family.
Eggnog's origins are iffy, we don't know exactly where this drink came from. It is probably from Europe, somewhere. In 1826 an event called the "Eggnog Riot" was a big mess that included the court martial of 20 cadets and an enlisted soldier. They were sneaking whiskey into their barracks to mix up a batch of eggnog for Christmas. Thank goodness making eggnog is much easier for us than it was for them!
The photo is a Moose Mug from Amazon and you can find it for sale on this page.
Here are some delicious nog recipes for you to try out this holiday.
Eggnog - Is It Part Of Your Family's Holiday Tradition?
Do you get Eggnog at the Christmas holidays?
Delicious Holiday Eggnog Recipes - Make A Traditional Drink This Holiday
- Grandpa's Eggnog Recipe
Here is an eggnog recipe passed down from Grandpa. You can find the ingredients you will need plus the directions to make a batch for your family and friends.
- Best Eggnog Recipe - CHOW
Try out this traditional eggnog recipe made with real eggs, milk, cream, bourbon, rum, brandy, and nutmeg.
- The Ultimate Eggnog Punch Recipe
This eggnog recipe has the traditional mix of eggs, sugar, bourbon, and cream that's just right for a Christmas party.
- Origins of Eggnog
The drink that stirs up memories for most people, either you love it or hate it. Either way you feel, you must admit it has become embedded in our holiday traditions. Find the history of eggnog, how it got it's name and other fun facts about this hol
- Don't Nog It: Egg Nog Alternatives - WSJ.com
Egg nog is all well and good, but how much can you really stomach? This season, opt for a light and lovely flip. Eggnog is from a drink family known as flips, and here are a few recipes you will enjoy.
Coquito - Try Some Puerto Rican Eggnog
Coquito is a refreshing drink and I love it as much as my tradtional Eggnog - maybe even a little bit more! You will need coconuts, eggs, condensed milk, evaporated milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, light rum and you can find out how to mix these ingredients together at Coquito Recipe.
Find the Coquito Glass Set Here.
Cuban Eggnog - Sort Of
Yes, there's also a Cuban version of eggnog, and you can get the Cuban Eggnog Recipe Here. It looks like the idea of making an egg drink mixed with some liquor (or not) is world wide. For a different taste you might want to try out this Cuban recipe.
Lait de Poule Or Eggnog
The Christmas Moose Punch Bowl For Eggnog
Serve your eggnog in a punch bowl like this Christmas Moose Mug Punch Bowl Set with 6 Moose Mugs