The two-month long “sweet season” begins with leftover Halloween candy and winds down with pumpkin and pecan pie, eggnog, fruitcake and candy. Bite by bite the ounces add up to pounds, unless you find a way to control holiday eating.
Click this pin to learn how to make homemade eggnog! Repin to save recipe instructions for later! Creamy, sweet, and thick, this traditional holiday eggnog is one step away from being a custard dessert. Cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla combine perfectly with the smooth texture and the optional kick of rum. Why settle for store-bought when it’s easy and fun to learn how to make homemade eggnog! It's also gluten free!
These Gingerbread Cookies will get you feeling festive and make your Christmas Cookie Exchange clamor for the recipe! Given to me by a family friend, they have won three cookie competitions in less than 10 years!