Eggnog Coffee Creamer

This homemade Eggnog Coffee Creamer is great for the holidays. This sweet and spiced creamer is the perfect pair with your favorite coffee or tea!

Eggnog Coffee Creamer in a glass milk bottle.

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This recipe was photographed and updated 12/2023.

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Skip store bought holiday flavored creamer and make your own at home with this easy recipe. If you love eggnog, then this recipe is for you!

It's thick, creamy, sweet and perfectly spiced. Serve it with your favorite coffee, or if you're like me, then black tea. This eggnog creamer is the perfect holiday treat for brunch or whenever you need a pick me up!

Did you know, you can also make your own Sweetened Condensed Milk? It's such a great alternative to store bought!

Looking for more homemade coffee creamer recipes? Try this Cinnamon Coffee Creamer or Peanut Butter Cup Coffee Creamer.

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Recipe tips:

  • Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 10 days (this can vary on how close to out of date your half and half and eggnog are). Use fresh ingredients for best results. I store mine in a store bought creamer container I had, but a mason jar works great too. I do not recommend freezing. Shake before each use.
  • Do not use pudding based eggnog. These are often called mock eggnog and are usually homemade. This will make the creamer extra thick and cause your coffee to have a film on the top. 

Eggnog Coffee Creamer in a glass milk bottle.
Yield 56 servings (1 tablespoon)
Author Hot Eats and Cool Reads
Prep time
5 Min
Total time
5 Min

Eggnog Coffee Creamer


  • 1 - 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup eggnog
  • 1 cup half and half
  • ½ tablespoon rum extract
  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg


  1. Starting with the sweetened condensed milk and ending with the nutmeg, place all the ingredients into a medium mixing bowl or large measuring glass (I used a 4 cup one) and whisk until fully combined.
  2. Use immediately or refrigerate in an airtight container. Shake before each use.

Nutrition Facts




1.24 g

Sat. Fat

0.7 g


4.51 g


0.01 g

Net carbs

4.5 g


4.31 g


0.89 g


11.35 mg


5.98 mg

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Eggnog Coffee Creamer in a glass milk bottle.

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