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Egg Nog Floats

One fond childhood memory that I have is of me sipping a very unique drink at the Monterey Christmas Tree Festival at the local Fairgrounds. I distinctly remember that I loved that drink, I've never tasted it before and I want more of it....whatever it was. I asked my mom and she said Egg Nog of course, but they only sell it in the markets at certain times of the year...I was asking for it out of season most definitely, that's of course when I'd have a craving for this delectable treat. Ever since then, when this time of year comes around {Christmas and Thanksgiving}, stores around the world break out the Egg Nog and I'm always there to buy it.




Now that I'm grown up and have children of my own, they too are now addicted to the luscious creaminess of Egg Nog and drink all of it up before me and my husband ever get a taste. They drink it for 'dessert' because I don't let them eat sugary desserts on the daily.
Supplies:
Tall Frosty Glasses
1 Quart Egg Nog
1 Gallon Vanilla Ice Cream
-slow churned
Garnish:
-cinnmon
-nutmeg
-crushed candy canes
Optional:
2-4 Tablespoons Rum

Yields:
16 Servings
4 ounces each

 Gather up supplies.
Glasses, Candy Canes, Dreyer's Slow Churned Vanilla Bean, Egg Nog...

Step 1:
Frost some glasses in the freezer.


Step 2:
Or grab a glass and add your scoops of Vanilla ice cream...!


Step 3:
Add your liquor first (optional) ....next pour in the desired amount of Egg Nog.
You may want to thin it out with about 1/3 cup Milk.

Frosty Egg Nog Float...coming right up!

Step 4:
Complete your float with garnishes. You can use nutmeg, cinnamon, or crushed candy cane....whatever you have on hand.



Make one today....it's calling your name!!!
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~Be Sweet
 Christina
Sweetest Haute

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6 comments:

  1. I love eggnog. I will have to try this. Thanks for linking up at Project Pin it! It's been been to the Project Pin-it board on Pinterest.

    xoxo
    Denyse

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    1. you're welcome thanks for liking egg nog and visiting too:)

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  2. This looks delicious!

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  3. My daughter would love this! Pinned and tweeted. Lou Lou Girls

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