Easy Eggnog Whipped Cream Recipe is perfect for topping coffee, pancakes, waffles, or your favorite holiday desserts. This Eggnog whipped cream takes minutes to prepare and tastes amazing.
Eggnog Whipped Cream Recipe
This time of year is all about the eggnog! We have been having so much fun finding ways to incorporate eggnog into a ton of different recipes.
I have to admit that I bought eggnog at Costco and like most things we pick up at Costco the containers are a lot bigger than I thought they would be. I am still working through the 2 cartons from Costco so there may be Eggnog Recipes until February. LOL!
This flavored eggnog whipped topping tastes amazing on a cup of hot chocolate. You can also add it to your favorite ice cream sundae, pumpkin pie, cheesecake, gingerbread loaf, coffee, or scoop it out with a cookie.
It is the perfect sweet topping for so many things! I love that guests get to enjoy a "fancy" whipped cream during the holidays.
It is so easy to make and people are always amazed at how great it tastes and that you put the effort into making them a homemade treat.
- Heavy Whipping Cream/Heavy Cream
- Powdered Sugar/confectioners sugar
Garnish - Ground Nutmeg
Optional - Rum or Rum Extract, vanilla extract
Eggnog - You can use homemade eggnog or store bought eggnog.
Powdered Sugar - You can increase the amount if you want thicker whipped cream.
Piping tip and bag if you want to pipe the whipped cream.
How to make Eggnog Whipped Cream
Step 1 - Place mixing bowl and whisk in the freezer for 10+ minutes so they get nice and cold.
Step 2 - Add ingredients to the chilled bowl and beat on low speed. You want everything to mix together and be completely dissolved before turning the mixer up to medium-high speed.
Step 3 - Keep on high speed until stiff peaks form. You can serve this eggnog flavored whipped cream in a bowl or pipe it onto your desserts.
I ended up using a piping tip at the end of a gallon size Ziploc bag to pipe our eggnog whipped cream.
I couldn't find a piping bag and didn't want to spend the time re-arranging the entire pantry trying to find one.
Store leftovers in the refrigerator
If you don't have space in your freezer and live in a cold area you can put the mixing bowl and whisk in a paper bag and place them on the front porch. It was 20ish degrees here when I made this and our freezer is packed with holiday cooking supplies. I ended up sticking the mixing bowl and whisk on the front porch wrapped in a bag for an hour and they were perfectly cold.
Great Eggnog Recipes
Eggnog Whipped Cream
- Place mixing bowl and whisk attachment into the freezer for at least 10 minutes.
- Add heavy whipping cream, nutmeg, eggnog, and powdered sugar to the mixing bowl and mix on low until combined.
- Increase mixer speed until the whipped cream is thick and peaks form.