Eggnog Martinis are a decadent and delicious cocktail! Share an eggnog martini with your family and friends! The Holidays are a perfect time to share festive cocktails! Caramel Vodka eggnog and Torani caramel syrup are all you need to make an amazing Holiday cocktail!
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What better way to finish up Christmas Sweets Week than with a festive Holiday cocktail!
Eggnog Martinis are rich and festive! This Holiday cocktail is so easy to prepare. Just 3 ingredients and some spices and you have an amazing cocktail! I love serving these on the dessert table with all my cookies and candies!
Ingredients you need to make Eggnog Martinis:
The combo of the Caramel Vodka, Torani Vanilla Syrup and spices makes a great festive combo with the eggnog. A perfect cocktail to drink sitting by the fire. The martinis are served in gorgeous JoyJolt
How long can an eggnog martini be kept in the fridge?
If using store made eggnog, the cocktail can be kept in the fridge for a few days, about 4-5. Homemade eggnog can only be kept about 2 days in the fridge.
What are some of the foods that Eggnog Martini’s pair well with?
Can Eggnog Martinis be made ahead?
Yes. Make a big batch and pour the liquid in a pitcher. Keep the eggnog martinis in the fridge until ready to serve. If making a large batch, use a large spoon to stir the ingredients.
How do you make Eggnog Martinis?
- Add Salted Caramel Vodka, Torani Vanilla Syrup, Eggnog, and Cinnamon into a shaker with ice. Shake well!
- Serve in glasses that have been dipped in eggnog, then dipped in sugar-cinnamon combo.
- Sprinkle a bit of nutmeg over the eggnog too.
- If making ahead I stir everything together right before serving, then pour into glasses.
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Eggnog Martini, the most festive Holiday cocktail! Easy to make and so yummy! Your family and friends will love the flavors! You will love how easy these martinis are to prepare. Add these cocktails to your dessert table or a pre-dinner cocktail.
The Best Eggnog Martini
- 4 ounces eggnog
- 1 ounce caramel vodka
- 1 teaspoon Torani Vanilla Syrup
- 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- dash fresh nutmeg see note 1
- 1 cinnamon stick optional garnish
- 1 candy cane optional garnish
Cinnamon Sugar Mixture
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon sugar
- Add to a cocktail shaker eggnog, caramel vodka, Torani Vanilla Syrup, and ground cinnamon. Add ice and place the top on the shaker and shake well.
- In a bowl add cinnamon and sugar. Dip martini glass into eggnog, then into sugar mixture.
- Add the eggnog martini to the glass. Sprinkle with some fresh nutmeg. Add a cinnamon stick or candy cane for garnish. Serve and enjoy!
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