A glass cup with eggnog
19 Ways To Use Eggnog In Your Baking And Beyond
Eggnog Cake
Eggnog cake incorporates the seasonal drink into its batter for a rich texture and a delicately spiced flavor that’s perfect for both kids and adults.
French Toast
Dredge bread into eggnog, beaten eggs, and dust with cinnamon, nutmeg, and powdered sugar for a tasty and cheer-filled Christmas breakfast.
You can use any sort of bread you have on hand, such as cinnamon-raisin swirl bread. Soft, fluffy breads like challah are a particularly good option.
Pumpkin Pie
Swapping out the milk in a pumpkin pie recipe for some tasty holiday eggnog gives the traditional pie a Christmas makeover that's perfect for winter celebrations.
You can use eggnog in the same amount as your favorite pumpkin pie recipe calls for, but eggnog is already sweet, so you may want to adjust the amount.
Bread Pudding
Making bread pudding using eggnog in place of milk can make for a perfectly rich breakfast or brunch dish that's worthy of the holidays.
Eggnog Fudge
Eggnog fudge is a festive way to add unique flavor to the traditional treat. When making eggnog fudge, you should use recipes with real eggnog for the best flavor.