Frozen Eggnog

Frozen Eggnog

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Catherine Lachance


This is sort of like an eggnog frappuccino. You can make it with or without alcohol.


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How to Make Frozen Eggnog


  1. Pour about 2/3 of the container of eggnog in a shallow glass dish, cover with plastic wrap and place in freezer. When it is frozen, it will be sort of a like sherbert. Scoop half of this frozen eggnog into a blender pitcher.
  2. Add liquors and blend. Then add enough of the unfrozen eggnog until you get a nice smooth slushy texture. If you want it stronger, add more liquor and less of the unfrozen eggnog.
  3. I like to top mine with whipped cream and sprinkle with a cinnamon/sugar mixture.
  4. For a non alcoholic version, replace liquor with more unfrozen eggnog. Also, you may wish to thin it out with milk or cream. Freezing lowered the intensity of flavor, so when I added the cream, I needed to also add a little sugar and a little nutmeg.
  5. Unused frozen eggnog can be transferred to a freezer dish and kept in the freezer for a quickie drink anytime. Yummy!

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