As November comes to a close, Tossware is already thinking about how to make your holiday festivities brighten the season. When it comes to gatherings, presentation, and exquisite taste, we want to share with you the best recipes to pair with our elegant products. To kick off the season and heighten your holiday fun, we found the perfect eggnog recipe that's both easy and delectable.

Seeing eggnog make its way back on to grocery store shelves is one of the many signs that the holidays are here. The creamy, frothy drink is known for its richness and versatility - a flavor that's been transformed into ice cream, cheesecake, coffee drinks and cocktails. In any form, eggnog shines bright, holiday spirit into any sort of gathering. We paired this recipe with our new, family-friendly 16oz Masons (coming soon) and the 14oz Vino to add a fun, playful element to the drink and occasion. Easy to hold but hard to spill, our mason jars will make the holidays easy. So whip up a cup and grab a seat by the fire - the holidays are here!




What you need

8 Tossware’s Mason Jars
6 fresh egg yolks
1 cup of confectioners sugar
2 cups of good quality bourbon
1 cup cream
1 1/2 cups milk
6 fresh egg whites
A pinch of sea salt
1 nutmeg
Star anise
TOSSWARE 16oz Mason (coming soon)
TOSSWARE 14oz Vino

What you need
  1. Mix or whisk together egg yolks and 3/4 cup confectioners' sugar until light but dense, and mixture forms a ribbon trail when whisk is lifted.
  2. Slowly add 1 cup bourbon while mixing. Cover this mixture, and refrigerate for one hour.
  3. Stir in remaining bourbon, then beat in cream and milk. Add 1/2 cup more milk if too thick.
  4. In a different bowl, whisk egg whites with a pinch of salt, until fluffy. Slowly add remaining confectioners' sugar while whisking; keep whisking until whites are shiny and hold firm but not stiff peaks. Fold egg whites into egg yolk mixture.
  5. To serve, ladle eggnog into TOSSWARE cups making sure to get some foam on each. Grate a little nutmeg on top of each and add one star anise to garnish.