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National Egg Nog Day & Holiday Recipes Using Egg Nog

Updated on August 18, 2014

Over 25 Egg Nog Recipes!

Egg Nog - eat it, drink it, smell it, touch it, decorate with it, wear it or look at it.  December 24th is National Eggnog Day; a most unique holiday with so many scrumptious ways to celebrate it.

I really enjoy non-alcoholic eggnog, but my husband doesn’t so I haven’t had it in a while.  Last year I really wanted some so I decided to go ahead and buy it.  After having a cup or two I was wondering what I was going to do with the rest of the holiday beverage.  That’s when my quest to find recipes for “remaining” eggnog started.

You will see the results of my search for the best eggnog recipes here, but don’t stop there.  Check out all the eggnog products you’ll find listed here to help bring a little flavor into your holiday cheer.

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What is Egg Nog?

Traditionally it is a holiday beverage of milk that is sweetened by sugar and/or cream, which has raw eggs that are whipped into a froth. 

It may also contain a touch of vanilla extract, ground nutmeg or cinnamon.

 

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Peppermint Eggnog
Peppermint Eggnog

Peppermint Rim Mugs

for your peppermint eggnog

Peppermint Eggnog Fun

WARNING: Don’t do this on your best cups or crystal.

Looking for new ways to wow your kids over the holidays?  Try making this peppermint candy cane and white chocolate rim craft and then fill the decorated cups with non-alcoholic eggnog.

You need: 12 peppermint candy canes, broken into pieces and 3 ounces of chopped white chocolate.

Directions:  Place candy cane pieces in a food processor until they are finely crushed.  Use a strainer to sift out the dust.  Pour into a shallow dish.

Melt white chocolate in a microwavable bowl for 40 seconds at a time until chocolate is melted completely.  Stir with spoon to make sure it is smooth. Cool for a few minutes.

First dip the rim of each cup into the melted white chocolate and then dip it into the crushed peppermint.  Place cups on a tray in the refrigerator until you are ready to fill them with egg nog.

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Christmas in the South Eggnog Party of 1870 Print - Click on photo for product.

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Title: Christmas in the South – Egg Nog New Year’s Eve Party (1870)
Artist: William Ludwell  Sheppard, 1833-1912
Illustrated in: Harper's weekly on December 31st, 1870

Winter Eggnog Peel and Stick Wall Decal available at Amazon.
Winter Eggnog Peel and Stick Wall Decal available at Amazon.
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You will need: saucepan, mixing bowl, spoon, plastic wrap

  • Cook time: 1 hour
  • Ready in: 1 hour
  • Yields: 6

Ingredients

  • 12 large eggs
  • 4 cups of milk
  • 1 cup chilled heavy cream
  • 1 and 1/3rd cups sugar

Instructions

  1. 1. In a saucepan cook the milk and sugar over medium heat for 1-2 minutes or until sugar dissolves.
  2. 2. Wisk eggs in a large bowl constantly and pour very slowly into the milk mixture.
  3. 3.Continue to cook over medium-low heat, continually stirring until eggnog begins to form a coating on the back of the spoon. This will take about 25 minutes; do not let simmer.
  4. 4. Strain the eggnog into a bowl. Stir in cream. Let the pan cool completely. Cover with plastic wrap before placing it in the refrigerator. Add nutmeg on top if desired.
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Eggnog Desserts, Beverages & Foods

Egg Nog Truffles
Egg Nog Truffles

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Part of the "Holiday Expressions" Series

Need some cups or a punchbowl for your eggnog?

Christmas Eggnog Moose Mugs

These are the ONLY ONE PIECE moose mugs on the market with 8 ounce capacity. All others have glued on antler ears and are much smaller in size and capacity.

Christmas Eggnog Moose Mugs - Gift Boxed Set of 2 - Safer Than Glass
Christmas Eggnog Moose Mugs - Gift Boxed Set of 2 - Safer Than Glass

These light weight crystal clear acrylic mugs are individually wrapped in a holiday gift box. Safe for all members of the family and they are dishwasher safe.

 

Safety Concerns

New FDA regulations allow for packaged eggnog to contain less than 1% egg yolk solids and milk or milk products. 

Non- alcoholic eggnog can be made more safely by using pasteurized eggs.

"Don't Miss a Drop" Charming Tails Ornament - Click on photo for product.

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Eggnog Cheesecake
Eggnog Cheesecake

Egg Nog Desserts & Recipes - Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Candy, Custard, Beverages & more ...

Use cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla with these recipes for even more flavor.

Poll: Egg Noggin'

Do you like egg nog recipes other than the beverage?

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Poll: Christmas Only

Do you think eggnog is only for Christmas and New Year's?

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Poll: All One Word or Not?

If you noticed I've spelled "Egg Nog" two ways. All one word and as two words. How do you spell it?

How do you spell

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Poll: Something for your noggin - Not Really

This really isn't a poll. I just wanted to make you smile. Did I?

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      Fay Favored 2 years ago from USA

      @candy47: Hope they come in handy - "candy" ... sorry couldn't resist. Thanks for the kind comment.

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      candy47 2 years ago

      I could drink egg nog every day. I always buy it in a carton at the market. I think I'll make my own this Christmas! Thanks for the recipes.

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      Fay Favored 2 years ago from USA

      @Sylvestermouse: How neat. What a loving son. Used to make ours with raw eggs but times have changed.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 2 years ago from United States

      Our entire family loves egg nog, but would you believe I have never made my own! Really cool to have recipes at the click of a key :) btw, I collect Charming Tails and my son gave me the egg nog figurine you have featured here.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Done with yum and fun...both go well with eggnog or even egg nog....by any name its delicious! Congratulations on being featured on the Silly Celebrations Monster Board!

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      Mary Stephenson 4 years ago from California

      I love the moose mugs. They would definitely be a great conversation piece.

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      Anthony Altorenna 4 years ago from Connecticut

      The holidays wouldn't be complete without Egg Nog!

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      Hal Gall 4 years ago from Bloomington, IN

      I love egg nog. The Peppermint Rim Mugs is a new one for me and sounds really good!

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      Camden1 4 years ago

      Who knew there was a National Eggnog Day? I usually buy a carton of eggnog during the holiday season - maybe this year I'll try making it. Your recipe sounds yummy!

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      WriterJanis2 4 years ago

      Perfect for the holidays.

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