Tiramisu Eggnog Cocktail is a delicious twist on festive eggnog that enhances the flavor! I can’t walk past the dairy section this time of year without grabbing a carton of eggnog. Can you? I’ll tell you how simple it is to make Tiramisu Eggnog and watch it vanish at your holiday party!
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For years, I never cared for eggnog but, knowing that it is such a traditional Christmas drink and hearing how grandma got run over by a reindeer after drinking too much eggnog, I decided to give it another try. It’s totally yummy!
Now, every year around Thanksgiving, I can’t walk by eggnog in the dairy section of the grocery store without picking up a quart. Usually, I add some white rum and top it off with a sprinkle of nutmeg but, this year I decided to try something different. I took out my coffee liquor and chocolate syrup and started mixing!
This is not your plain old eggnog!
How to Make Tiramisu Eggnog Cocktail
*The full recipe is at the bottom of this post along with a pitcher recipe.
Add eggnog, Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup, coffee liquor, white rum together and stir. Top with whipped cream, a cinnamon stick and sprinkle some cocoa powder (or use ground nutmeg instead) or drizzle with caramel ice cream topping as pictured.
Kick off the season with a cocktail or a Cranberry Melon Vodka Tonic. I’m all about festive drinks! Let’s get the party started!
Your guests will love drinking this cocktail! This Tiramisu Eggnog Cocktail is easy to make ahead and serve in a pitcher along side an ice bucket for a crowd. Grandma will love it but, tell her to watch out for reindeer on the way home!
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- 8 oz eggnog
- 2 tbs white rum
- ½ tbs coffee liquor
- 1 tsp chocolate syrup
- Sprinkle of cocoa powder
- Cubed or crushed ice
- whipped cream
In a 14 oz or larger glass, combine all ingredients except ice and stir.
Top with whipped cream, caramel ice cream topping or dust the top with a sprinkle of coco powder.