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All you need are 3 ingredients to make this Ube Eggnog Spiked Cocktail. Make it for one or scale up the recipe for a group. Go grab some Ube cookie butter, Rum and Eggnog and meet me at the bar!
To make this Ube Eggnog Spiked Cocktail first rim your glass with some Ube Polvoron. This part is totally optional, but it makes it super festive. You can use this recipe to make your Ube crumbs. Or you can just crush some ube polvoron on a plate. Easy!
Put a tablespoon of Ube Cookie butter on a small plate and run the edge of your cocktail glass on the cookie butter.
Then dip the edged cocktail glass in the Polvoron crumbs. Like so.
This Ube Eggnog Spiked Cocktail is a recipe for 2, but feel free to double or make a batch for 8.
Put a tablespoon of Ube Cookie Butter in a blender and add in 1 1/2 cups of Eggnog. Blend until smooth and strain into a decanter.
Add some ice into a cocktail shaker and add a shot of rum. Add in the Ube Eggnog and shake until the cocktail is chilled.
Strain into the prepared coup.
This cocktail is on the sweet side, so it’s great as a finisher to a meal to replace with dessert. Or great with apps that are more salty. Either way it’s good to have in the pocket for the holidays.
Of course not! You can totally make this kid / sober friendly buy totally omitting the rum. If making for kids change out the coup to a plastic one, but don’t skimp on the polvoron rim. It’s a must!
Something coconut based is good or even a gin is good. Bourbon or whisky will go well too.
Nope, any ube cookie will do. Just make it into a fine powder.
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Seafood City, Island Pacific, local mom and pop Filipino stores or online on Sarap Now.
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