Christmas Candy Recipes: Eggnog Fudge

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I’m officially enamored with eggnog. This holiday season, I’ve already whipped up an eggnog bread and eggnog muffins. My husband has been eyeing an eggnog cookie recipe from a holiday cookie magazine that he’d like me to bake. My son has been begging me to make eggnog french toast. And my nephew (a chef) apparently informed my sister that my website is missing a proper recipe for eggnog itself. I guess I’ve got some work to do. I did manage to make a new fudge recipe using eggnog that I found to be quite delicious: Eggnog Fudge.
This is a white chocolate-based confection. Admittedly, I’m not a big fan of white chocolate at all. But this fudge drew me in. It’s a sweet, sweet treat with a mellow eggnog flavor. Freshly grated nutmeg tops it off to make it a bit more festive.
It freezes well, which is a good thing if you don’t wish to have chunks of this lying around.
I must warn you though… it’s just as easy to take a bite out of frozen fudge than it is when it’s at room temperature.

This recipe can be found here:  Eggnog Fudge

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  • zenchef wrote:

    Oh my lord! Eggnog fudge!


  • The Cooking Bride wrote:

    My husband and I get a certain glint in our eye when the store officially start carrying eggnog. What a great idea!

  • kellypea wrote:

    How funny! I’m sipping on some eggnog that’s rather tasty right now. It comes in a cool old-fashioned glass milk bottle and is called Broguiere’s. And since I have so much of it I’ll probably need to bake something as well. Muffins… This fudge turned out very elegantly!

  • Katrina wrote:

    I’m not a big white chocolate or eggnog fan, but that certainly looks festive and beautiful!

  • Barbara wrote:

    Super idea for fudge. I agree- I love eggnog. This would make such a nice hostess gift.

  • Sarah, MaisonCupcake wrote:

    I’ve never had egg nog but I’m game to try it. This looks delicious.

  • Charles Thompson wrote:

    That is a brilliant idea! Great idea for holiday candy and/or gifts. Thanks!

  • VeggieGirl wrote:

    This is national eggnog month, so you’re all set 😀

  • Jen Schall wrote:

    Beautiful fudge… I love the pictures. I will have to make some of this for holiday gifts… or maybe just for myself!

  • nina wrote:

    I have never made eggnog so I will patiently wait for the recipe!!! The fudge looks a decadent treat!!!

  • courtney wrote:

    I love eggnog! and In a fudge. This would be nice on the cookie/sweets tray as well. little bits of delish!

  • Phoo-D wrote:

    Gorgeous photos! I have a secret love of eggnog but no one else in my family likes it so I always try to resist buying a carton just for me.

  • Kelsey/TheNaptimeChef wrote:

    This is the ultimate picture of delicious. I LOVE eggnog and can’t get enough of it. Eggnog and Peppermint anything are my two ultimate holiday vices.

  • Elizabeth wrote:

    This looks divine and would be so nice in a tin of treats for the neighbors at Christmas.

  • Megan wrote:

    Oh my! I too am a eggnog junkie as well as my little brother, he will eat this up. I am so making it, thank you for the recipe!

  • Tracy wrote:

    Wow, does that look amazing! Bookmarking this!

  • Amanda wrote:

    Ooooohhhhhh that’s beautiful!!!

  • Lauren wrote:

    Oh wow… this fudge is pure holiday indulgence! I bet it tastes incredible and would make a great hostess gift.

  • Jessica @ How Sweet wrote:

    This looks so good! My grandmother always made fudge, but never this flavor. Love the idea!

  • Jessica wrote:

    This looks delicious, I am a huge fudge fan! I love the photos!