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Eggnog Lattes blend the classic flavors of eggnog with coffee or espresso and a swirl of whipped cream. Try making this easy and festive holiday drink at home. You’ll love every sip!
Eggnog. Yay or nay?
If it’s combined with coffee and topped with whipped cream it is a resounding YAY for me.
How is your December going? Are you curled up by the fire? Checking off your to-do list? Baking like crazy? However you’re spending your days I hope that you’re doing it with an Eggnog Latte in your hand. Once you see how easy this recipe is there will be no reason to stop at the coffee shop for an overpriced holiday drink.
How to make an Eggnog Latte
A latte is basically steamed milk and espresso. For this latte we’re also adding store bought egg nog. The sweet and spice from the eggnog makes this drink taste like the holiday season.
A swirl of creamy Reddi-wip® tops off this latte and elevates every sip. Since I want to make things extra special this time of year I keep a can of Reddi-wip in my fridge for all my holiday needs. Aside from topping lattes, I use Reddi-wip on cakes, pies, ice cream, hot chocolate, fresh fruit… the list is endless! It’s an effortless way to put a finishing touch on your drinks and desserts.
Let’s drink to the holidays!
Note: Don’t have an espresso machine? Worry not! You can use really strong coffee. I have written the recipe for either coffee or espresso.
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Homemade Eggnog Lattes blend the classic flavors of eggnog with coffee/espresso and a swirl of whipped cream. Try making this festive holiday drink at home. You'll love every sip!
- 3/4 cup strong coffee or 1-2 shots espresso
- 1/2 cup eggnog hot
- 1/4 cup milk hot (froth if desired)
- Reddi-Wip for topping
In a large mug combine coffee/espresso, eggnog and milk. Top with Reddi-wip. Serve immediately.
Feel free to add sweetener, if needed, to taste.
You can garnish the topping with a sprinkle of cinnamon or freshly grated nutmeg.