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Got Eggnog? 10 Unusual Eggnog-flavored Foods



I am not a big fan of eggnog. In fact, I'm happy it only makes an appearance once a year. That's plenty. --- However, if you just can't get enough of the stuff, here's an interesting link (originally from Woman's Day) that Pee-Wee Herman shared with me. As Pee-Wee would say, "Mmmmm, eggnog-y!" 

It's a list of 10 unusual eggnog-flavored foods, from eggnog cupcakes and marshmallows to eggnog popcorn and tea. Do you have a favorite eggnog food? 

Click here to see the list.