Tipsy-mas Day 10! Christmas Lampoon Eggnog Recipe

On the tenth day of Christmas, Tipsy Theory gave to me a Christmas Lampoon Eggnog recipe.

You don’t need to be part of the Griswold family to enjoy this holiday favourite. This iconic moose-mugged drink is super easy to make and all you need is a few ingredients.

If you ever grew up watching the National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, everyone remebers the icnoic scene with this holiday favourite.

While you may not have the exact mug, you can still transport yourself to this scene during the holiday season.

While you’re at it, you can also try some of the other traditions, such as sledding down a steep hill with your waxed toboggan, or kidnapping your brother’s boss.

Regardless of what you choose to do this holiday, at least you can enjoy a good drink.

So grab your favourite eggnog, some booze and enjoy!

Christmas Lampoon Eggnog

Here’s What You Need To Make The Christmas Lampoon Eggnog

Serves: 1

  • 1 and 1/2 cups of your favourite eggnog (you can either buy from the store or make from scratch depending on your preference)
  • 1 oz of dark rum
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • A dash of cinnamon powder
Christmas Lampoon Eggnog

Here’s How To Make This Recipe:

1- Grab a moose-shaped glass (or any other cup that you have on hand) and add 1oz of dark rum.

2- Top the rest of the drink off with some pre-made eggnog and stir together.

3- Add a cinnamon stick and some powder for garnish.

4- Enjoy!

Looking for even more boozy recipes? Keep an eye out on Tipsy Theoryโ€™s drink page!

Leading up until Christmas, we will be releasing one Christmas drink recipe a day for the 12 days of Tipsy-Mas!

If eggnog just isnโ€™t your thing, we also have a variety of chocolate drinks that you can enjoy all season long.

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