Eggnog Punch Recipe

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This Egg Nog Punch adds a fun twist with the sparkle of carbonation to make a traditional holiday drink that everyone will enjoy.  The creamy texture sprinkled with nutmeg makes a favorite classic egg nog punch that can be made ahead of time.  Add your choice of rum or brandy before serving.

Eggnog is a sweetened beverage made with either ice cream or a combination of milk and eggs.  You can even buy commercial pre-made mix in most grocery stores during the holiday season.

Check out more of Linda’s Beverage Recipes.  Please check out my Holiday Open House Menu which includes this popular and delicious Eggnog Punch.

 

Egg Nog Punch

 

Eggnog Punch Recipe:

Egg Nog Punch Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Yield: serves many

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 eggnog drink*
Ground nutmeg

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

 

Instructions:

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

Add 7-Up, whiskey or bourbon, rum, and eggnog; stir until lightly blended.  Sprinkle with nutmeg.  

NOTE: More 7-Up may be added, if desired.  

Serves many.

 

 

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