artsy-fartsy mama: December 2015

Artsy-Fartsy Link Party

Welcome to Artsy-Fartsy Link Party and hope you all have a happy and safe New Years! I'm so glad you're here!! Every week the projects and recipes shared at the party are so inspiring. I really appreciate everyone who linked up last party and I look forward to seeing what everyone has to share this week.

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It's always so hard to narrow down features, but here are a few of my favorites from the last party:

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Vanilla Cranberry Mimosa by Honey & Birch
White Chocolate Peppermint Mousse by Cooking on the Front Burners
Lime, Mint & Basil Sparkling Water by Sunny with a Chance of Sprinkles
Chocolate Chip Macaroons by Spoonful of Flavor
Sugar Cookie Puppy Chow by This Mama Loves
White Cocoa Peppermint Latte by Sweet C's Designs
Chocolate Pecan Coconut Cups by Pancake Warriors
Cranberry Mint Mocktail by Simply Stacie

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70 Mocktail Recipes

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Hosting a party with children or teens? Pregnant? Or have religious restrictions? These 70 non-alcoholic mocktail recipes are sure to quench your thirst and are something everyone of any age can drink! While they can be mixed up anytime of year, I think they would be a delicious addition to any New Year's Eve bash!
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1. Cranberry Cutie Mocktail from This Week for Dinner
2. Mock-Champagne from Oh So Delicioso
3. Homemade Italian Cream Sodas from Butter with a Side of Bread
4. Blue Shoe from Mix That Drink
5. Raspberry Lemonade Fizz from Culinary Hill
6. Honey Lemon Balm Spritzer from She Wears Many Hats
7. Cranberry Apple Spritzer from Fabtastic Eats
8. Roy Rogers Mocktail from Best Friends for Frosting
9. Ombré Grapefruit Cocktail from Handmade Mood
10. Apple Pie Punch from The Cookie Rookie
11. Lightened Up Raspberry Acai Cream Soda from Homemaking Hacks
12. Strawberry Cucumber Limeade from A Beautiful Mess
13. Pomegranate Lemonade Spritzers from Just Putzing Around the Kitchen
14. Coconut-Lime French Soda from Nellie Bellie
15. Refreshing Pomegranate Spritzer from White on Rice Couple
16. 5-Calorie Raspberry Lime Margarita Fizz from Averie Cooks
17. Sparkling Confetti Mocktini from Welch's
18. The Disappearing Mocktail from The TipToe Fairy
19. Sparkling Pineapple Mocktail from The Frugal Girls
20. Ginger-Cinnamon Apple Cider Fake-tini from Rachel Cooks
21. Orange Swizzle from Something Swanky
22. Blueberry Mojito Mocktail from The Merrythought
23. Party Punch from Chef in Training
24. Frost Bite Mocktail from The Little Kitchen
25. Shirley Temples from RecipeBoy
26. Sparkling Dark Cherry Lime Slush from Mama Loves Food
27. Cactus Cooler from Love Bakes Good Cakes
28. Sunshine Berry Spritzer from Liz On Call
29. Best Party Punch...Ever from Savor Home
30. Sour Berry Fizz from Kleinworth & Co.
31. Tropical Twisters Mocktail from A Helicopter Mom
32. Pineapple Hibiscus Mocktail from Dessert for Two
33. Blackberry Vanilla Mocktail from La Fuji Mama
34. Sparkling Mint Cranberry Mocktail from Food Fun Family
35. Pineapple Sparkler from The 36th Avenue

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36. Hibiscus Iced Tea Sparkler from Diethood
37. 2-Ingredient Sparkling Apple Cider from Classy Clutter
38. Sparkling Cranberry Punch from Taste & Tell
39. Cantaloupe Agua Fresca from The Little Epicurean
40. New Year’s Eve Rockin’ Mocktail from My Teen Guide
41. Sparkling Mango Lemonade from Sugar & Soul
42. Cranberry Lime Sparkler from Lauren's Latest
43. Non-Alcoholic Sangria from Real Mom Kitchen
44. Cranberry Coconut Lime Sparkling Drink from The Crafted Sparrow
45. Pineapple Mocktail Margaritas from Grandbaby Cakes
46. Triple Berry Smoothie from Cooking with Ruthie
47. Tangerine Lemon Shake Up from Happy Food Dance
48. Quick Cranberry Holiday Mocktail from Domestic Superhero
49. Orange Creamsicle Sparkling Water from The Bold Abode
50. Strawberry Coconut Lava Flow from Self Proclaimed Foodie
51. Non-Alcoholic Moscow Mules from Sweet C's Designs
52. Cherry Bomb Mocktail from Julie's Eats & Treats
53. Virgin Frozen Margaritas from Taste & Tell
54. Strawberry Margarita Mocktail from Sober Julie
55. Piña Colada Floats from Cooking Classy
56. Pink Panther Mocktail from Nosh My Way
57. Sparkling Ginger Lemon Mocktail from Snixy Kitchen
58. Watermelon Peach Spritzer from What's Cooking, Love?
59. Limeade Punch from The Girl Who Ate Everything
60. Raspberry 7UP Punch from Eazy Peazy Mealz
61. Arizona Sunset from Love Bakes Good Cakes
62. Tropical Lava Flow Hawaiian Cream Soda from My Craftily Ever After
63. Blueberry Lavender Fizz from Beard & Bonnet
64. Watermelon Lime Soda from Completely Delicious
65. Banana Slush Punch from Our Best Bites
66. Mango Ginger Floats from The Crafted Sparrow
67. Non-Alcoholic Strawberry Daiquiri from In the Playroom
68. The Palauxma from The Brewer & The Baker
69. Pink “Not” Champagne from Modern Day Moms
70. Virgin Peach & Raspberry Bellinis from Miss in the Kitchen

Which mocktail recipe is one you'd like to try?


Artsy-Fartsy Link Party

Welcome to Artsy-Fartsy Link Party and a very Merry Christmas to you all! I'm so glad you're here!! Every week the projects and recipes shared at the party are so inspiring. I really appreciate everyone who linked up last party and I look forward to seeing what everyone has to share this week.

artsy-fartsy mama

It's always so hard to narrow down features, but here are a few of my favorites from the last party:

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Buffalo Check Perler Bead Christmas Ornaments by The Scrap Shoppe Blog
No Churn Peppermint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream by Cincy Shopper
How To Make A Faux Boxwood Wreath That Lights Up by Pastels and Macarons
Sugar Cookie Popcorn by Moments with Mandi
Winter Wonderland Trail Mix by This Silly Girl's Kitchen
Vintage-Inspired Armwarmers by Whistle & Ivy
Red and Green Pinwheel Cookies by Crystal & Co.
Mason Jar Snow Globe DIY by Hello Nature

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  • Link as many posts as you'd like! Make sure they are a specific post (not your homepage)
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  • Visit at least 3 other links and leave some comments (because we all love comments!)

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Easy Sugar Cookie Bars

It's no secret I love sugar cookies. I wanted to make some for a family Christmas party, but I just didn't have the time or energy to bake up a whole batch, frost them, and make them look pretty enough to eat. Instead, I made these Easy Sugar Cookie Bars that really are easy to whip up, and feed a large group without all the work!

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Easy Sugar Cookie Bars
Recipe slightly adapted from Shugary Sweets

Cookie Ingredients:
1 cup butter, softened
1 1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp almond extract
2 eggs
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
2 3/4 cup flour

Frosting Ingredients:
1 cup butter, softened
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/8 tsp salt
3 Tbsp milk
3 cup powdered sugar
sprinkles

Directions:
  1. To make the sugar cookie bars: Cream butter and sugar in until light and fluffy. Add vanilla, almond extract and eggs and mix until combined.
  2. Slowly add in flour, baking powder and salt, and mix until just combined.
  3. Using floured hands, drop dough onto jelly roll pan (15x10 baking sheet) and press dough into pan until evenly distributed.
  4. Bake at 350º for 16-18 minutes. Do not overbake or the cookie bars will be dry. Remove from oven and cool completely.
  5. To make the frosting: cream butter and vanilla until fluffy. Add salt, powdered sugar and milk and mix until fluffy and fully combined. If the frosting is too thick, add a little more milk. If the frosting is too thin, add a bit more powdered sugar.
  6.  Spread the frosting in an even layer over the sugar cookie bars and add sprinkles.
  7. Cut into squares and serve.


Easy Peanut Butter Cup Gingerbread Men

One of the first recipes I ever learned to make was homemade peanut butter cups. My sisters and I would whip them up all summer long. You probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry, and they taste just like Reese's!! They are incredibly simple to make, and are a fun addition to treat plates at Christmastime!

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Easy Peanut Butter Cups

Ingredients:
1 cup powdered sugar
½ cup creamy peanut butter
3 Tablespoons butter, softened
12 oz milk or semisweet chocolate chips

Directions:
  1. Melt the half of the chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl until smooth. Fill up silicone mold (I found a gingerbread man one at Michael's) cavities about 1/3 of the way with a spoon or with a piping bag (or baggie with the corner cut off).
  2. Tap the mold on the counter a few times to help the chocolate set into the mold and release air bubbles.
  3. Place in fridge for 5-10 minutes or until chocolate is set.
  4. In a mixing bowl, combine sugar, peanut butter and butter. Shape into ½-inch balls and place on wax or parchment paper.
  5. Press the peanut butter balls into the cavities over the cooled chocolate.
  6. Melt the other half of the chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl until smooth. Fill up silicone mold cavities the rest of the way with a spoon or with a piping bag. Tap the mold on the counter again and refrigerate for 5-10 minutes.
  7. Carefully pop the peanut butter cups out of the molds and enjoy! Keep the peanut butter cups refrigerated or frozen.


Artsy-Fartsy Link Party

Welcome to Artsy-Fartsy Link Party! I'm so glad you're here!! Every week the projects and recipes shared at the party are so inspiring. I really appreciate everyone who linked up last party and I look forward to seeing what everyone has to share this week.

artsy-fartsy mama

It's always so hard to narrow down features, but here are a few of my favorites from the last party:

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Christmas Crinkle Cool Whip Cookies by Bread Booze Bacon
Ninja Bread Man Shirt Tutorial by Sew Can Do
Saltine Chocolate Toffee by How to Nest for Less
DIY Snowman Candle by Totally the Bomb
Snowman Candy Bars by The Gracious Wife
Snow Capped, Cherry Filled Holiday Oreo Cookie Balls by The Rebel Chick
DIY Wood Christmas Tree by Simply Beautiful by Angela
Ginger Cookie Sandwiches with Caramel Buttercream by The Gold Lining Girl

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Minions Movie Night Donuts

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Minions Movie Night Donuts #MinionsMovieNight

One of our favorite movies we saw this summer was Illumination Entertainment's Minions movie. It's finally out on DVD, so I decided to make some minions-inspired donuts to eat at our family Minions movie night!

Purchase the Minions movie at your local Target! #MinionsMovieNight!

Target is your perfect one stop shop for all your movie night needs. As you enter Target, you should be able to see the display for Minions © 2015 Universal Studios. All rights reserved. The Target-exclusive Metalpak Blu-Ray/DVD – Deluxe Version includes 40 minutes of exclusive content, including a Minions Party Planner. From invitations, to decorations, to recipes and everything in-between, the minions will help you create an amazing party!

Bake some Minions Donuts to enjoy at your next #MinionsMovieNight!

While I was at Target I was able to pick up all the ingredients I needed to bake some Minions Donuts! I saved money by purchasing the Market Pantry brand of ingredients like chocolate chips, sour cream, and other baking supplies.


Minions Movie Night Donuts

Ingredients:
2 1/2 cups flour
3/4 cup sugar
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/2 stick butter, cold and cubed
2 eggs
1 cup sour cream
2 tsp vanilla

Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 350º.
  2. In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, baking soda, nutmeg. Add butter and cut it in with a fork or pastry cutter.
  3. Whisk eggs until frothy, then stir in sour cream and vanilla.
  4. Pour egg mixture into flour mixture and stir until combined.
  5. Fill greased donut pan cavities 2/3 full. Bake at 350º for 9-11 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  6. Let the donuts cool for 5 minutes, then place them on a cooling rack. Let the donuts cool completely before adding icing.

Minions Movie Night Donuts #MinionsMovieNight

After the donuts have completely cooled, you can prepare the icing. If you have a favorite icing recipe, feel free to use it!! I took the easy route and heated up a can of vanilla frosting in the microwave for about 30 seconds. Stir until it's a smooth consistency. Add about 5 drops of yellow food coloring in, and mix until the color is evenly distributed throughout the icing.

Find a bowl that will fit a donut (I just used a regular cereal bowl) and pour the icing in. Now, just dip the donuts into the icing, then lift straight up. Turn your wrist a little as you lift the donut so you can get the donut to stop dripping. Set on the cooling rack.

Minions Movie Night Donuts #MinionsMovieNight

Once your donuts are all dipped, sprinkle generously with some bright yellow nonpareils. Donuts are always better with sprinkles, so go as wild as a minion with bananas!

Minions Movie Night Donuts #MinionsMovieNight

To turn these regular donuts into Minions donuts, they need some eyes and goggles. Grab some white and milk chocolate chips, as well as some gray (or black & white) candy melts. Unless you want to freehand them, you'll also need a guide to work from. Lucky for you, I've got a free printable minions goggles pattern, which includes 4 double eyes and 6 single eyes!! Place the print on a cookie sheet, then layer some wax paper on top.

Add some gray candy melts into a bowl and microwave for one minute. Stir and microwave another 20-30 seconds until everything is melted and a smooth consistency. If you are using black & white candy melts, add one black melt for every two white melts (I think I added about 14 whites and 7 blacks to make enough goggles for 12 donuts). Pour the gray chocolate into a baggie and cut off a small corner or use a icing bag with a small tip. Trace the outer border of all the eyes/goggles so that you have a bunch of circles and figure 8s (left image above).

To fill in the eyes, melt some white chocolate and pour it into a baggie or icing bag. Fill in the inside of the gray circles. For the double eyes, you can immediately place a chocolate chip point-side down for the irises. For the single eyes, melt about 1/4 cup of milk chocolate chips and pipe them on the white chocolate.

Place the cookie sheet with the eyes in the fridge for at least 10 minutes to set.

Minions Movie Night Donuts #MinionsMovieNight

Peel the eyes off the wax paper and press them down on the center of the donuts. I kept things simple by only adding the eyes and goggles, but you can also use some black decorating gel to add hair, mouths, and goggle bands. After your donuts are finished, you can get that Minions party started!


We are so excited to have our movie night and will even be playing some Minions bingo! Have you and your family seen Minions yet? I'd love to hear what kind of treats would you serve at your Minions movie night!


Customize Store-Bought Stockings with Vinyl

Over at the Expressions Vinyl Facebook Page they are having a Rock Your Stockings contest! People can upload a picture of a stocking they fancied up using vinyl, and they asked some of their favorite bloggers to get the ball rolling with some fun ideas!

rock your stockings

You can enter your stocking design to win a gift card, but I also have a gift card for $100 to Expressions Vinyl at the bottom of this post!


I found this pretty stocking at Michael's, and used a coupon to save even more. I'm hoping to be able to donate this stocking full of goodies to a family in need this holiday, so I wanted a more neutral design to work with. When shopping for a stocking to add vinyl to, be sure to check the fabric type so it won't melt when you go to iron it!!


The swirl design on the cuff really caught my eye, so I wanted to incorporate the same design with the vinyl. I cut this swirly snowflake design out of green heat transfer vinyl and silver glitter heat transfer vinyl in Cricut Design Space with my Cricut Explore machine.


When layering heat transfer vinyl, be sure to place the regular vinyl first. You cannot add vinyl overtop of glittered vinyl. The heat transfer vinyl has an adhesive-backed transfer paper, so you can press the vinyl down and it should stay in place so you can iron it on easily! Lay a drop cloth down over the vinyl to help protect both the vinyl and fabric and press the iron down for 20-30 seconds. Let it cool, and you can peel up the transfer paper! If your design isn't sticking in some areas, run the iron over it again until it does stick.


Carefully lay the glitter vinyl over the previous vinyl design and repeat the ironing step. Now you have a gorgeous customized stocking that you had to do almost no work on at all, but it looks like something you spent hours on! Don't worry, your secret is safe with me...


You can also check out these fun personalized stockings that I made for my family and added names with vinyl!

Here are 18 fun stocking ideas that all have heat transfer vinyl on them: stocking collage 1

1. Faux Wool Sock from Fynes Design
2. Personalized Stockings from Maybe I will 
3. Gift Card Holder from 733 blog
4. Customized Stocking from Artsy-Fartsy Mama
5. Stocking Tag from Strawberry Mommy Cakes
6. Stocking Pillow from One Krieger chick
7. Stocking Shirt from Pitter and Glink
8. Stocking Banner by Sugar Bee crafts
9. Boy Scout Stocking from mm scrap shoppe

collage

10. No sew from Holy craft
11. Personalized Pajamas from Ginger snap crafts
12. Diy Stockings from Mabey she made it
13. Stocking with car from Kiki Comin
14. Personalized stockings from Craftily ever after
15. Burlap Joy stocking from A girl and a glue gun
16. stocking placecard from Crafting in the rain
17. Scandinavian inspired stocking from Tried and true
18. cute stocking from Flamingo Toes

Make sure to enter to win $100 gift card to Expressions Vinyl! Good Luck!



Free Printable Doodle Christmas Gift Tags

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Prismacolor, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #relaxandcolor http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV

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With the craziness of the Holidays upon us, I think we can all honestly say we need a little time to sit down and relax. One of my favorite ways to get my mind off of the to-do list is to color. Yes, color! There's a reason the trend of doodling and “adult coloring” on the rise, and that's because it's so therapeutic to be able to create art in just minutes. I've created some free printable doodle Christmas tags for you to add to your gifts this year, so take a deep breath and wrap those gifts... then get ready to color the stress away!

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For any doodling or coloring project, you'll need the right tools. I found the Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and illustration markers at Michaels. They have every color you would ever need to choose from for your colorful creations. To save money (which is important this time of year), make sure to check out Michaels coupons for additional savings in newspapers and online!

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There are 9 different gift tags with holiday quotes (plus a few silly ones) included in the printable, all pre-doodled for you and ready to be colored. If you really want them to look like you've drawn them all yourself (it's okay, your secret's safe with me!), feel free to trace the gift tags onto the paper of your choice with the Prismacolor Premier illustration markers, then color them in when you're done!

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I've been a colorer (is that a word? It is now.) and doodler all my life, and I've used almost every kind of colored pencil out there. If you're looking to pick up the coloring hobby, the Prismacolor Premier colored pencils are definitely worth the splurge. They color smooth, brilliant and I love how you can easily blend colors together without it looking streaky like other pencils do.

Some of my best tips for coloring are to start with the edges and work your way in. Go back around the edges, but color a bit darker, and lighten up to the center as you go. Then you can use a different shade of the same color and blend that color into the center. You can kind of see the different greens in the top left leaf on the gift tag above for an example.

Also, remember to have FUN!! Your coloring doesn't have to be perfect! Like most things in life, the more you practice the better you'll get at it. Most importantly, enjoy the journey and take some time to unwind.

Free Printable Doodle Christmas Gift Tags at artsyfartsymama #relaxandcolor #coloringwithMichaels

Once you're done coloring, attach the gift tag to your gifts (heck - why not doodle/color the gift wrap, too?) and grab your favorite drink to celebrate being done with getting those gifts wrapped! Even if you aren't a "crafty" person, this is definitely a Christmas craft ANYONE can do. My daughter loved getting to spend time coloring with me and was inspired to add her own tags to gifts for friends and family.

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Some things you should know before downloading:
*Artsy-Fartsy Mama printables are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.
*You may NOT modify, re-sell, redistribute, or claim the design as your own.
*Please do not remove the credits/watermarks.
*If you share this on the internet, credit must be given to Artsy-Fartsy Mama & linked back to this post.

Be sure to follow Michaels on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+ for more coloring and crafting inspiration. You can also click here and select “free pages” to download your own free Prismacolor coloring pages!


50 Recipes Using Eggnog

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It's that time of year again to pour yourself a cold, tall glass of eggnog! Eggnog isn't just for drinking though. Did you know you can use it in all kinds of recipes as well? Check out these 50 amazingly creative recipes to incorporate eggnog into every meal (including dessert) of the day!

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1. Easy Homemade Eggnog from No. 2 Pencil
2. Eggnog Pound Cake with an Eggnog Glaze from Chocolate, Chocolate and More
3. Eggnog French Toast from Dan330
4. Eggnog Snickerdoodles from Amy's Healthy Baking
5. Eggnog Truffles from Shugary Sweets
6. Toffee and Chocolate Eggnog Bark from Just Us Four
8. Eggnog Macarons Recipe from The Gunny Sack
9. Easy Eggnog Pie from Love from the Oven
10. Soft Eggnog Sugar Cookies from Your Cup of Cake
11. Eggnog Biscotti from Home Cooking Memories
12. Eggnog Cookie Dough Truffles from Lemon Tree Dwelling
13. Eggnog Syrup from Dine & Dish
14. Eggnog Bundt Cake from Made from Pinterest
15. Homemade Salted Caramel Eggnog from The Cookie Rookie
16. Eggnog Fudge from Chocolate, Chocolate and More
17. Peppermint Eggnog Milkshake Shots from Sugar & Cloth
18. Eggnog Blossoms from Back for Seconds
19. Eggnog Cinnamon Rolls from Simply Gloria
20. Spiked Eggnog Cream Pie Parfaits from Beyond Frosting
21. Eggnog Muddy Buddies from Wine and Glue
22. Overnight Eggnog French Toast Casserole from Five Heart Home
23. Creamy Eggnog Cookie Bars from Annie's Eats
25. Eggnog Spiced Popcorn from Taste and Tell

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26. Eggnog Waffles from Recipe Runner
27. No Bake Eggnog Cheesecake from The Gunny Sack
28. Dark Chocolate Chunk Eggnog Cookies from Brown Eyed Baker
29. Eggnog Poke Cake from Wine and Glue
30. Salted Caramel Eggnog Shake from The Grant Life
31. Slow Cooker Eggnog Lattes from The Magical Slow Cooker
32. Gingerbread Bars with Eggnog Cream Cheese Frosting from A Kitchen Addiction
33. Eggnog Meltaways from The Recipe Critic
34. Eggnog Rice Krispie Treats from Lauren's Latest
35. Eggnog Muffins from Lady Behind the Curtain
36. Eggnog Rice Pudding from No Biggie
37. Salted Caramel Eggnog Brownies from A Spicy Perspective
38. Eggnog Pudding with Whipped Cream from Five Heart Home
39. Eggnog Elcair Cake from Six Sisters' Stuff
40. No Bake Eggnog Cookies from Shaken Together
41. Eggnog Ice Cream from Annie's Eats
42. Eggnog Crack Pie Bars from Yummy Crumble
43. Eggnog Scones from Shugary Sweets
44. Eggnog Crêpes from Tartine and Apron Strings
45. 10-Minute Homemade Eggnog from Whole & Heavenly Oven
46. Cranberry Eggnog Bread from Creations by Kara
47. Easy Eggnog Milkshake from Mom Spotted
48. Eggnog Steel Cut Oats from Back to Her Roots
49. Nutella Eggnog Cookies from Roxana's Home Baking
50. Eggnog Sugar Cookie Bars from Inside BruCrew Life