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What do you do with store-bought eggnog?

What do you do with store-bought eggnog?

10 Ways To Make Eggnog Taste Good

  1. Sprinkle In Some Cinnamon.
  2. Add Nutmeg.
  3. Spike It With Spiced Rum.
  4. Add Whipped Cream Vodka.
  5. Throw In Some Pumpkin Puree.
  6. Add A Spoonful Of Nutella.
  7. Add A Splash Of Butterscotch Schnapps.
  8. Or Try Cognac.

How do you warm store-bought eggnog?

All you need is to place the eggnog in a microwave-safe container, then put it in the microwave and heat for 30 seconds at a time. Store frequently so that the beverage does not clump or cuddle, and heat until warm but not boiling.

Can you buy eggnog already made?

The supermarket chain joins Costco and Sam’s Club in selling alcoholic eggnog that you can sip all holiday season long. Made by Holly Hill Farms, the drink is a blend of egg yolk, white wine, cream, and festive spices (cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, and clove—the usual suspects). The drink only costs $7 a bottle.

Should eggnog be warm or cold?

Eggnog is usually served cold, but you may choose to heat it, especially if you’re coming in from making snowmen or ice skating. And you can adult-it-up with brandy, rum or your spirit of choice, but it’s also delicious simply spiked with vanilla or cinnamon.

What alcohol goes best with eggnog?

Eggnog is typically made with rum, brandy or bourbon, and Brown likes to start with a combination of dark rum and cognac. But there’s no need to go premium; he recommends using an affordable, high-proof VS cognac. The higher alcohol level will cut through the sweetness of the rest of the ingredients.

Can you drink eggnog straight?

Serve your eggnog chilled and plain for a classic treat. The most classic way to serve eggnog doesn’t involve any prep, and it’s perfect as an after-dinner treat around the holidays. All you have to do is pour chilled eggnog into a glass. It pairs nicely with sweets, especially baked goods make with milk or cream.

Is it OK to heat up eggnog?

Although its exact origin is uncertain, hot eggnog has been a mainstay of winter social life for hundreds of years. It can be served hot or cold, with alcohol or without, in dainty punch cups or in substantial mugs. Eggs in the nog can be cooked to a safe temperature or incorporated raw.

Do you drink eggnog hot or cold?

Why can’t I find eggnog?

If you’re craving some eggnog on Christmas, you may be out of luck: The U.S. is facing a major shortage of the holiday drink this year. Record eggnog sales are leading to major shortages, the Wall Street Journal reports, because producers underestimated seasonal demand for the drink.

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