Egg Nog Punch Recipe
How To Make Egg Nog Punch - Egg Nog Recipe


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This is an excellent egg nog punch recipe for serving to a large crowd during the holidays.

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Don't forget to check out my Holiday Open House Menu which includes this popular and delicious Egg Nog Punch.

 



Egg Nog Punch Recipe:

Recipe Type: Beverage, Coffee
Yields: serves many
Prep time: 5 min


Ingredients:

2 quarts vanilla ice cream, softened
4 cups hot coffee
2 (liter-size) bottles 7-Up
2 to 4 cups whiskey or bourbon or to taste
1 cup light rum
7 cups commercial egg nog drink*
Ground nutmeg

* Egg Nog can be found in the refrigerated section of your local grocery store.


Preparation:

In a punch bowl, combine vanilla ice cream and coffee, blending until ice cream is melted.

Add 7-Up, whiskey or bourbon, rum, and egg nog; stir until lightly blended. Sprinkle with nutmeg. NOTE: More 7-Up may be added, if desired.

Serves many.

 


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