Caramel Eggnog Sauce

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This rich and creamy Caramel Eggnog Sauce is scrumptious served over ice cream, eggnog cake, bread pudding, or even waffles or French toast. A perfect sauce for the holidays!

Caramel Eggnog Sauce- delicious over ice cream, or drizzled over pound cake!Eggnog. It’s one of those things that you either love or hate. I personally don’t like drinking the stuff. But using it as an ingredient in eggnog recipes? That I am totally on board with!

This eggnog sauce is heavenly. I made it to go with an eggnog cake recipe that I will be sharing next week. We drizzled the leftovers over ice cream, and I even tried it on a waffle. Divine!

This rich and creamy caramel eggnog sauce is delicious over pound cake or ice cream. Or you can just eat it by the spoonful!

If you love eggnog, you must try this sauce. And even if you don’t love eggnog, you just might love this anyway. It is creamy and buttery, and has a perfect hint of eggnog flavor. Truth be told, you could probably eat it by the spoonful and be happy. 🙂

This Caramel Eggnog Sauce goes perfectly with eggnog cake, pound cake, or ice cream!

 

Caramel Eggnog Sauce

Yield: 1 1/2 cups

Caramel Eggnog Sauce

Rich and creamy caramel eggnog sauce.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

Combine butter, sugars, and eggnog in a medium sized saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, till mixture comes to a boil. Boil and stir for 2 minutes, or till thickened. Remove from heat and stir in nutmeg and cinnamon.

Serve warm over just about anything.

Notes

Store leftover sauce in the refrigerator and heat before serving.


Caramel Eggnog Sauce- this rich and creamy sauce delicious over ice cream, or drizzled over pound cake!

Here are a few more of my favorite ways to use eggnog for baking:

Cranberry Eggnog Bread
Soft and tender, this cranberry eggnog bread is a must make at our house every holiday season!

Eggnog Bundt Cake
Recipe for eggnog cake made in a Bundt cake pan. So pretty, and so delicious!

Eggnog Cinnamon Scones
scone-recipe


Comments

  1. How long is it good in the fridge?

  2. Should leftover sauce be refrigerated?

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