At holiday housewarmings, parties, and gatherings, eggnog is the season's signature drink. From pumpkin to maple to classic combinations, these easy recipes deliver flavorful eggnog -- with or without the rum.See Popular Eggnog Recipes
This spirited eggnog drink is flavored with creme de menthe. Try other flavored liqueurs such as almond or raspberry to create new taste sensations.
This chocolaty drink is a festive dessert the whole family will love. Your kids will love the thick, foamy head that gives the egg cream its name (it doesn't actually contain eggs). Or for adults only you may find that a splash of whiskey gives this drink just the right finish.
This punch tastes like pumpkin pie in a glass. Serve in a hollowed-out gourd for a seasonal centerpiece for your holiday buffet.
Eggnog takes a fruity spin in this blush-colored punch.
When holiday displays start to pop up in store windows and the sounds of carols fill the air, eggnog aficionados everywhere get a little giddy at the prospect of finally getting to indulge in this creamy, custard-like beverage that only shows up on store shelves around Thanksgiving and Christmas. Often spiked with rum, bourbon, brandy or other spirits, eggnog is a quintessential holiday treat. But you don't have to be at the mercy of holiday marketing to enjoy it. Once you know how to make eggnog yourself, you can enjoy it year-round.
If you like, garnish each serving of this Christmas holiday drink with a few strips of orange peel.
Eggnog made with egg yolks and whipping cream is a must-have holiday indulgence for many. For a nonalcoholic version, omit the rum and bourbon and increase the milk to 2-1/4 to 2-1/2 cups.
This dazzling cheesecake has buttery cashews in the crust and creamy eggnog in the filling.
Here's a Christmas morning roll that's a great way to use up extra eggnog.
This cold-weather drink brings together two favorite Christmas flavors--Irish coffee and eggnog.
Keep a frozen banana or two on hand so you'll always be ready to blend, serve, and enjoy this cool drink.