A nice big glass of frothy eggnog is a holiday tradition for many folks. While many settle for the store-bought variety that comes in a paper carton, others opt to make eggnog at home. Honey can be used as a delicious sweetener in homemade eggnog. Try it for yourself using these eight honey eggnog recipes, starting with our Sue Bee Honey Eggnog.
For parents who have children with allergies or for those looking for an alternative to egg and dairy products, this Egg-Free and Dairy-Free Homemade “Eggnog” from MOMables is just what you need.
Our Sue Bee Honey Sweetened Eggnog is the perfect combination of creamy and delicious. Try it for yourself and don’t forget to garnish it with a cinnamon stick and nutmeg.
This Clean Eating Eggnog from The Gracious Pantry is perfect for those looking to indulge in a little holiday cheer without all the calories.
Don’t Waste the Crumbs has a simple and tasty recipe for Homemade Eggnog that beats anything you can find in the grocery store.
You might want to double this recipe for Honey Cooked Sweetened Eggnog from Food Doodles because once you finish it, you’ll want more!
Who said eggnog can only be enjoyed as a beverage? Use any of the above homemade eggnog recipes to make this Eggnog French Toast with Raspberry Sauce that also has a touch of honey in it from Pinch of Yum.
Finish Christmas dinner the right way with dessert … this Eggnog Cheesecake with Honey Bourbon Praline Sauce from Savoury Table is the perfect way to cap the holiday!