Four & Twenty Blackbirds takes the flavor of boozy, creamy eggnog and pours it into a gingersnap crumb crust. There are plenty of eggs, and a little grogg (here, dark rum).
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Eggnog lovers alert: this is like a slice of eggnog in cake form. Booze up the homemade eggnog to your liking.
I'll have maybe one glass of eggnog a year, but that's it. After that, any leftovers are going to sit in my fridge, waiting to haunt me in the new year. At least that's how it used to go. Enter eggnog whipped cream.
This easy to prepare pie stars store-bought eggnog. The nog is turned into a creamy pudding that's nestled in a gingersnap crust and topped by whipped cream and freshly grated nutmeg.
Eggnog ice cream: all the rich creaminess you expect from a cooked eggnog, but taken to its logical conclusion in scoopable form.
Maybe it's the PTSD (that's Post Thanksgiving Sobriety Disinclination) talking, but any dessert that can accommodate a few ounces bourbon seems like the very definition of Happy Holidays to me. Not that McDonald's Egg Nog shake is alcoholic. Just that, well, it should be.
The best part of this fudge is that it tastes exactly like eggnog but in a condensed, bite-sized little nugget.