If you adore this classic holiday drink you'll want to try eggnog-flavored cheesecake, panna cotta, French toast, bar cookies, and much, much more.
If you adore this classic holiday drink you'll want to try eggnog-flavored cheesecake, panna cotta, French toast, bar cookies and much, much more.
Eggnog Semifreddo Genoise Cake with Meringue Frosting
We've combined two of our all-time favorite treats for this sideways layer cake: eggnog and baked Alaska. It's the ultimate holiday showstopper!
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Flaky crust, creamy brandy-spiked custard, a caramelized sugar topping -- need we say more?
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Freshly grated nutmeg and a splash of bourbon give this Italian dessert its distinctive eggnog flavor.
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Eggnog, nutmeg, and a touch of brandy flavor the cheesecake filling for these hand-held treats. They make an excellent addition to any holiday dessert buffet.
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Eggnog French Toast
Swap the usual eggs, milk and spices in your favorite French toast recipe for eggnog. Serve with a pad of butter and a generous dusting of confectioners sugar for a custardy, dessert-worthy version of this breakfast and brunch classic.
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Like a cross between eggnog and a milkshake! Vanilla ice cream pulls double duty here: it stands in for the traditional custard base and serves as a decadent topping.
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Squares of piecrust are baked in ovenproof cups to create a flaky pastry base for chilled eggnog custard and rum whipped cream. You could also make this dessert in individual tart pans.
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Dark rum, brandy, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves flavor this fluffy eggnog mousse. Served with an array of toppings including crushed candy canes, toasted chopped nuts, and cocoa powder, this makes a wonderful light dessert after a holiday feast.