Serve eggnog at a party in a large punchbowl with "puddles" of whipped cream spaced over the suface, top this with grated nutmeg and set out with glass cups or Irish coffee glasses for a decorative touch.
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1. Homemade Eggnog
The traditional recipe for making eggnog. The recipe given serves 16 and is a perfect choice to keep holiday traditions alive at parties.
2. Rum Holiday Egg Nog
An eggnog with rum and a touch of almond for a delightful single-serving recipe.
3. Brandy Eggnog
A quick alternative to traditional "nog" that is perfect for making a glass or two at a time. If you're ordering eggnog at the bar, this is most likely what you'll get.
4. Bourbon Eggnog
A variation of the traditional eggnog that features Bulleit Bourbon and Hennessy VSOP Cognac. This recipe serves eight and can easily be adapted for an even larger crowd.
5. Texas Farm Nog
Tequila and sherry form the base for this very interesting eggnog that has a fantastic layer of flavors.
6. Cider Nog (non-alcoholic)
This pre-Prohibition recipe has all the egg and none of the nog, replacing the liquor with cider.
7. Easier Than Eggnog
A fine, aged rum (DonQ Anejo) and a ruby port create the base of this unique and very easy shaken variation of eggnog.
Here is refreshing take on the traditional recipe. The pear puree is an unexpected surprise that works very well against the eggs, dairy, and bourbon.
9. White Christmas
A nice mixed cocktail with an eggnog base. The Southern Comfort and chocolate liqueur mask the full flavor the nog.
10. Low Carb Eggnog
Low carb dieters can still enjoy some nog with this easy recipe.
11. Low Fat Eggnog
All of the taste and half the calories of other eggnogs.
12. Vegan Eggnog
That's right, an eggnog without eggs! The combination of tofu and soy milk creates an animal friendly nog that tastes very similar to the traditional recipes.