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Eggnog Monkey Bread >

On 12.16.2015 by Chris Cockren

I absolutely love this time of year. Except the whole it being dark outside both when I wake up and when I get home from work. That's lame. But...the Christmas songs on the radio. The peppermint-flavored everything. Decorating the house. Oh, and cookies 24/7. All day, every day. My goal in December is to eat so many cookies that come January 1st, all I crave are vegetables. Okay, well that's not the actual goal. It just kind of always ends up that way because I'm cookie-obsessed. #thisiswhyimfat Christmas this year is extra special because it's the first with our little Olivia. You better believe I'll be spoiling the heck out of her every Christmas. I've been busy shopping up a storm for her. That's right ladies, I do all the Christmas shopping in our Read More >

Hot Chocolate Eggnog with Eggnog Whipped Cream >

On 12.09.2014 by Chris Cockren

Goodbye apple cider and apple crisp.  These past few months have been fun. It's time to break out the eggnog and hot chocolate.  And cookies.  A large quantity of cookies. Wait.   Lightbulb moment.  This may sound crazy.  But what if we could have eggnog AND hot chocolate... all at once. That's right... Hot Chocolate Eggnog. And you know what?  It's Christmas time.  Let's get a little crazy.  A tad bit wild.  Let's top our new love child of two classic holiday drinks with Eggnog Whipped Cream.  #nailedit Impress the heck out of your friends and family this holiday season by serving them this elegant concoction.  Hot Chocolate Eggnog with Eggnog Whipped Cream, anyone? Oh man.  I don't know if I can ever drink regular Read More >

Holiday Eggnog Pound Cake >

On 12.23.2013 by Jennifer Farley

I love the holiday season. There are so many desserts associated with this time of year and I always eagerly anticipate their arrival. Peppermint bark, snowdrop cookies, candied citrus peel... but my favorite treat of them all is eggnog. There was a time when I didn’t care for it but it has really grown on me over the years. It’s very easy to make from scratch, using only six ingredients, Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs being an essential. I love drinking it with a shot of dark rum and a bit of ground cinnamon sprinkled on top. But what I really love to do with eggnog is bake it into holiday desserts. I’ve made cupcakes and cookies in the past, so this year I decided to Read More >

12 Days of Eggnog >

On 12.14.2013 by Chantel Arsenault

Eggnog is too good to limit to just one or two holiday gatherings this season, so we we're offering 12 eggnog recipes you might try, both drinkable and edible! And you really don’t have to stop at 12 eggnog variations. At present count, there are 17 eggnog recipes in our Recipe Center (with more on the way), plus 8 million more across the Internet, according to Google. Here are 12 of our favorite eggnog recipes, from Classic Eggnog to Eggnog Yule Log: Check out these eggnog recipes! Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs are the essential eggnog ingredient. Why? Pasteurized = peace of mind™, so you can keep your family & friends safe! (Find a store) 12 Days of Christmas... or 10? According to Wikipedia, the famous song Read More >

Eggnog Party >

On 12.08.2013 by Chantel Arsenault

Here at Safest Choice™ it isn’t the holiday without homemade eggnog! This year we decided to host a digital Eggnog Party, and we invited some of our favorite blogger friends to join in on the fun. Check out all of their eggnog recipes below, and don’t forget to enter our sweepstakes between Monday, December 9th and Friday, December 13th for a chance to win a Safest Choice™ prize pack! (Scroll down for details and entry form.) Eggnog Recipes Here are a few of mouth-watering eggnog recipes developed so far by participating Eggnog Party bloggers! Eggnog Cheesecake Bars with Gingerbread Whipped Cream from All Day I Dream About Food Eggnog Panna Cotta with Maple Bourbon Sauce from Eating Local in the Lou Eggnog Panettone Bread Pudding Read More >

Homemade Eggnog >

On 12.05.2013 by Chantel Arsenault

This is the time of year we get to savor moments with friends and family, and take the time to do something we may not always have time for year-round: make homemade recipes from scratch! One of our designers, Amanda, created this hand-drawn recipe illustration in honor of a handcrafted holiday classic: traditional homemade eggnog. Check out more eggnog recipes, including homemade light eggnog, eggnog martini, and eggnog bread pudding! Pasteurized Eggs for From-scratch Recipes Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs are the essential ingredient for real homemade eggnog, plus year-round for homemade treats, sunny-side up eggs, and more. Why? Pasteurized = peace of mind™, so you can keep your family & friends safe! Homemade Holidays Do you have a favorite from-scratch holiday recipe? Tell us all about Read More >

Five Holiday Recipes Made Safe With Pasteurized Eggs >

On 12.12.2012 by Chantel Arsenault

The holiday season is here and that means many people will be spending time baking and cooking for family and friends. Many traditional recipes people enjoy every year during the holidays call for eggs to be used raw or gently cooked. Below are five classic holiday recipes that can be made with Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs for peace of mind. French Silk Chocolate Pie is a dessert that often makes an appearance on Thanksgiving and Christmas tables. This is a simple, but decadent recipe that calls for pasteurized eggs since the eggs are used raw. Serve our French Silk Pie recipe at the end of any holiday meal and you are sure to impress your guests!   Eggnog is a traditional holiday beverage that is a must have Read More >

Eggnog Recipes: Then and Now >

On 12.22.2011 by Sue Grossbauer, RD

Holidays! What a bright time…It’s the right time… to sip the night away--with eggnog, of course. And it’s been the right time since the 14th century. It all started with an English drink called “posset�?. Without eggs, this beverage featured hot milk curdled with ale or wine, plus sugar and spices. Later, Renaissance mixologists discovered how much richer the drink could taste with the addition of fresh eggs. And because it was served in little wooden mugs called “noggins,�? this treat came to be known as “eggnog,�? according to some historians. Others suggest the term “eggnog�? came from the word “egg�? plus the American colonists’ word for thick beverage, “grog�?. So, it was “egg-grog,�? evolving into “eggnog�?. Eggnog for everyone In Britain, eggs were scarce, Read More >