Holiday Eggnog Bar

Holiday Eggnog Bar @EclecticEveryday

There’s just 10 days left before Christmas. My family and I are so excited. My sin has his holiday party today in his class, and Friday they’ll be putting on a Nativity play. He’s a wise man and one of the narrators. I’ve been helping him rehearse the Christmas carols all week, or maybe I’ve just been walking around the house belting them out. Either way, it’s helping him learn the words.

With Christmas so near, it’s time for some eggnog too! In our family, we like to spike the nog, but everyone has their own opinion about how it should be spiked. So to keep down the arguing, we created this fun tradition of having a Holiday Eggnog Bar every year. That way everyone spikes their own individual eggnog however they please.

Holiday Eggnog Bar @EclecticEveryday

I’ve also do Holiday Eggnog Bars at Christmas parties. They are so much fun! You just put out an assortment of liquors and liqueurs that pair well with eggnog, and encourage your guests to get creative! Here’s a list of my go – to favorite things to spike eggnog with. Each of these taste wonderful in their own way. My personal favorites are Southern Comfort and Butterscotch Schnapps.

  • Bourbon
  • Spiced Rum
  • Vanilla Rum or Vanilla Vodka
  • Southern Comfort
  • Frangelico
  • Amaretto
  • Kahlua
  • Baileys
  • Butterscotch Schnapps
  • Goldschlagger

You can have your guests pair one of these liquors or liqueurs individually, or pair any of them together. Just don’t let that wild aunt try to add a little of all of them to make some kind of crazy long island eggnog.

Holiday Eggnog Bar @EclecticEveryday So that I can focus more on the eggnog bar, and less on the actually eggnog, I use International Delight Eggnog. This one pictured is Vanilla Nog. They also have a classic. The vanilla is my favorite though because it tastes like ice cream. It’s so good! Even if you have guests that don’t like nog, they should try this. It’s that good!

For garnishes, add a can of whipped cream and a grater with a few cinnamon sticks and nutmeg.

Holiday Eggnog Bar @EclecticEveryday

There’s just 10 days left before Christmas. My family and I are so excited. My sin has his holiday party today in his class, and Friday they’ll be putting on a Nativity play. He’s a wise man and one of the narrators. I’ve been helping him rehearse the Christmas carols all week, or maybe I’ve just been walking around the house belting them out. Either way, it’s helping him learn the words.

With Christmas so near, it’s time for some eggnog too! In our family, we like to spike the nog, but everyone has their own opinion about how it should be spiked. So to keep down the arguing, we created this fun tradition of having a Holiday Eggnog Bar every year. That way everyone spikes their own individual eggnog however they please.

Holiday Eggnog Bar @EclecticEveryday

I’ve also do Holiday Eggnog Bars at Christmas parties. They are so much fun! You just put out an assortment of liquors and liqueurs that pair well with eggnog, and encourage your guests to get creative! Here’s a list of my go – to favorite things to spike eggnog with. Each of these taste wonderful in their own way. My personal favorites are Southern Comfort and Butterscotch Schnapps.

  • Bourbon
  • Spiced Rum
  • Vanilla Rum or Vanilla Vodka
  • Southern Comfort
  • Frangelico
  • Amaretto
  • Kahlua
  • Baileys
  • Butterscotch Schnapps
  • Goldschlagger

You can have your guests pair one of these liquors or liqueurs individually, or pair any of them together. Just don’t let that wild aunt try to add a little of all of them to make some kind of crazy long island eggnog.

Holiday Eggnog Bar @EclecticEveryday So that I can focus more on the eggnog bar, and less on the actually eggnog, I use International Delight Eggnog. This one pictured is Vanilla Nog. They also have a classic. The vanilla is my favorite though because it tastes like ice cream. It’s so good! Even if you have guests that don’t like nog, they should try this. It’s that good!

For garnishes, add a can of whipped cream and a grater with a few cinnamon sticks and nutmeg.

Find out more at the International Delight Website.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.

4 Responses to “Holiday Eggnog Bar”

  1. 1
    Suzie Tyler — December 16, 2015 @ 7:45 am

    When I read the word eggnog I immediately think of holidays! Love your idea for an eggnog party – it will be a total hit!

  2. 2
    Caitlin Nelson — December 23, 2015 @ 4:11 am

    That will be great for our Christmas Party! I will try it! Happy Holidays!

  3. 3
    Morgan — January 12, 2016 @ 4:52 am

    I made this during the holidays and everyone was quite happy wit hthe results ! 🙂

  4. 4
    Sophia Matthews — January 14, 2016 @ 3:46 am

    Hope your son had a great holiday party! And Happy New Year! Your idea about the eggnog bar is great. After all, everyone likes a different taste. That could really liven up the party. It’s original and witty! Have a great day, Angie!

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