Try These Eggnog-Flavored Treats for the Holidays in Westchester

Whether you’re looking for eggnog-flavored ice cream or an eggnog cocktail, here’s where to find the 'nog throughout Westchester.

As winter approaches in Westchester, it’s time for a new flavor to take over our coffees, ice cream, and baked goods. And what’s better than some good ol’ eggnog-flavored treats? Traditionally, a classic cup of eggnog is made with eggs, milk, heavy cream, and vanilla extract. Now whether you choose to drink it straight up with a dash of cinnamon or enjoy it as an ice cream flavor, the choice is entirely up to you.

Flour Power

4668 Boston Post Rd, Pelham; 914.222.0704

Miranda and Lauren are the best friend duo that opened Flour Power, a small-batch bakery in Pelham. This winter they are serving up eggnog scones to add a little spice to your breakfast.

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Ice Cream Factory

408 East Sandford Blvd, Mount Vernon; 914.699.1349

The Ice Cream Factory was started by the Guerrino brothers back in 1954. Since then, it’s been offering gourmet Caribbean ice cream flavors to Westchester County. Not only does the Ice Cream Factory have eggnog in stock, but it also has eggnog grapenutt and eggnog rum raisin flavors, too.

La Tulipe Desserts

455 Lexington Ave, Mount Kisco; 914.242.4555

This Mount Kisco bakery is Martha Stewart-approved. With a lineup of cakes, pastries, and gelato, it is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and then some. The bakery has a handful of holiday items, including the holiday edition French macarons, which come in a 20-piece box for $60. The flavors include candy cane, eggnog, gingerbread, and chestnut.

 

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Moderne Barn

430 Bedford Rd, Armonk; 914.730.0001

The next time you head over to Moderne Barn and eat your way through the delicious menu, finish up with the perfect holiday dessert: eggnog cheesecake. This sweet treat has a cinnamon graham cracker crust, cranberry compote, and a topper of vanilla crème fraiche.

The Blue Pig

121 Maple St, Croton-on-Hudson; 914.271.3850

This ice cream shop is a local favorite where customers can always expect to see a few specialty and seasonal flavors on the menu. This year, The Blue Pig scoops “real eggnog” made with rum and brandy. Best of all, the ice cream is handmade!

 

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The Black Cow

4 Old Post Rd S, Croton-on-Hudson; 914.271.7544
7 Wheeler Ave, Pleasantville; 914.495.3153

The Black Cow serves up deliciously festive sips this holiday season. Through January, it brews an eggnog latte that’s too delicious to skip.

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Don Coqui

107 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains; 914.576.7676

In the heart of White Plains lies the vibrant and energetic Don Coqui, which serves traditional Puerto Rican food. On the beverage menu, keep an eye out for coquito, the traditional Spanish drink that’s coconut-based and has a dash of rum and spices. The drink, referred to as Puerto Rican eggnog, is a delicious seasonal selection.

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