Christmas: Eggnog, the essential holiday drink in America

 If you ask Canadians and Americans what's on their Christmas table , they'll probably say turkey, gingerbread, beef, candy canes or maybe walnut pie. pecan. But if there's one staple dish they all agree on, it's eggnog. This dessert, which has existed since the 19th century and which is translated as eggnog, is relatively unknown on the old continent.

The most important thing to remember is that no chicken was harmed in making this delicious dessert, since it contains none. And to do this, Antoine from the American grocery store Real McCoy came to lend us a hand. To your aprons!

Sugar, spices and lots of goodies

The ingredients for eggnog are quite simple, as is its preparation. Fresh eggs, sugar, a little spices (cinnamon and nutmeg), a pinch of salt and above all milk (but not from chicken, we remind you)! You can also add rum or whiskey to the dessert.

Once everything is gathered in a salad bowl, a blender (or a whisk, if you have a strong wrist) will be the final touch before dipping your lips in the dessert. Obviously (or not), your most beautiful Christmas sweater is a must!