Enjoy the Flavor of the Season on Eggnog Day

It seems like each season has a few flavors that really define that time of the year. October, for example, flaunts the flavors of candy corn, caramel and maple. November is full of everything pumpkin spiced, and December welcomes peppermint, gingerbread and none other than everyone’s favorite holiday drink: eggnog!

We think it would be a crying shame if eggnog just stayed in drink form because it can be mixed into so many things to produce a rich, creamy flavor.

Homemade Eggnog
You could always just run to the store and pick up a carton of eggnog, but since we’re huge believers in making things from scratch, take the extra time and mix up a batch of your own.

Eggnog Cheesecake
We dare you to only eat one slice of this cheesecake. Just one!

Eggnog Fudge
Forget everything you ever thought you knew about fudge — especially about it needing to be chocolate. This recipe will have your candy thermometer working overtime this winter!

Eggnog Cookies
Make sure you’ve turned out a batch of these before Santa stops by because these cookies are sure to earn you some brownie points from the big guy in red.

Eggnog Cinnamon Rolls
We can’t think of a better reason than “It has an eggnog icing on top” to eat one of these for every single meal.

Eggnog Sugar Cookie Bars
Cookies, sugar and eggnog all in the same recipe? Count us in!

Eggnog Hot Chocolate
Take two of the season’s most popular drinks and mix them both together to make an unbelievably delicious drink.

Eggnog Pancakes
Wake up to merry sights of presents and the sweet smell of these pancakes!

Eggnog Ice Cream
It may still be chilly outside, but there is never a bad time for ice cream — especially when it’s this flavor!

Do you know what else fits into the wintertime flavor profile just nicely? Our Apple Crisp a La Mode! We take the delicious flavors of cinnamon and apple, bake them into a delectable, made-from-scratch dessert and then top it all off with two scoops of vanilla ice cream. Come try our take on the flavors of winter at your local Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen.

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