Eggnog is historically also known as milk punch or egg milk punch is a rich, chilled, sweetened, creamy dairy-based beverage traditionally made with milk and/or cream, sugar, whipped eggs (which gives it a frothy texture and, in some contexts, distilled spirits such as brandy, rum or bourbon.
Eggnog is traditionally consumed throughout Canada and the United States at Christmas every year, often from American Thanksgiving through the end of the Christmas season.
I have made it a few times over the years and it has been a great success at festive parties , seeing as toady is National Egg Nog Day I though why not find a collect of different recipes that you may like to try
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Captain Morgan Egg Nog
Classic Cooked Eggnog
Cinnamon Rum Eggnog
Egg Nog Milkshake
There are 5 other egg nog recipes which are …Amazingly Good Eggnog,Aged Eggnog,Puerto Rican Coconut Eggnog,Triple-Shot Eggnog and White Chocolate Eggnog
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National Eggnog Day is celebrated on December 24, 2016. Eggnog is a sweet beverage that is associated with Christmas and the time before Christmas. Therefore it is no wonder National Eggnog Day tales place one day before Christmas when normally people are in a peaceful mood and together with their families. These are perfect preconditions to enjoy a delicious eggnog.
An eggnog consists of milk and egg. It is often sweetened with sugar or spiced up with brandy, vodka or other liquors. Some people like to drink their first eggnog of the year at Thanksgiving and the last one at New Years Eve. The main point is to feel cozy and relaxed and be in company with lovely people. This text has been taken from www.cute-calendar.com