Four & Twenty Blackbirds takes the flavor of boozy, creamy eggnog and pours it into a gingersnap crumb crust. There are plenty of eggs, and a little grogg (here, dark rum).
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Instead of rum, brandy, or whiskey, this nog from Anvil Bar & Refuge in Houston uses a generous pour of Angostura bitters as the base spirit. The Angostura adds a punch of winter spices (and a burnt sienna color) to the classic drink.
Eggnog lovers alert: this is like a slice of eggnog in cake form. Booze up the homemade eggnog to your liking.
If you're a fan of store-bought eggnog, this is the pie for you. It's filled with a rich pudding made from eggnog and lightened with clouds of whipped cream. Shaving fresh nutmeg over the top really makes this pie sing.
Any form of nog is truly a meal in a glass, and this egg-based cocktail is perfect for brunch. Here, it's jazzed up with chocolate and bourbon.
A direct frozen version of our favorite holiday drink, spiked with just enough bourbon to keep it interesting.
Advocaat is often called Dutch egg nog, but it's actually more like a creamy brandy custard with a deep and rich flavor and a light, pudding-like texture.
A toffee-laden variation on eggnog.
I don't always drink coffee, but when I do, I drink it in my eggnog.
Bittersweet chocolate melted into the cream forms the base for this eggnog variation.
It's like eating Nutella straight out of the container but without the guilt! Strike that, it's got all the guilt, but at least it's got some booze mixed in there to help you deal with it.
Sometimes you feel like a nut. Then this peanut butter variation on eggnog is just right.
A tropical spin on eggnog with allspice and coconut milk.
The smokiness of Scotch pairs nicely with light brown sugar in this eggnog variation.
Eggnog with a bit of pumpkin and some warm spices.
Swapping some of the milk with buttermilk adds an awesome tanginess to your eggnog which goes well with a bit of grated lemon zest
Bourbon-spiked eggnog garnished with crispy bacon bits.
This variation adds a splash of ginger liqueur to the mix along with a sweet rim of ground gingersnap cookies.
If you happen to have a stand mixer, an immersion blender with a whisk head, or an electric handle-held mixer, you're in luck, because with those tools, you can get to take your noggin' into the 21st century with this recipe.
Rompope is an eggnog-like combination of milk, egg, spice, and liquor, served during the holidays in Mexico.