Santa's Sleigh Cocktail

Total Time
Prep 7 mins
Cook 0 mins

I haven't tried this yet but intend to during the holidays. From Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee. Update: I have tried this now and liked it alot. A little bit on the sweet side, and very filling.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dampen the rims of 4 martini glasses and then line the rims with sugar crystals.
  2. Combine eggnog, brandy, amaretto, nutmeg, and ice cream in a blender; process until smooth.
  3. Pour mixture into martini glasses and garnish each glass with a whole cinnamon stick.


Most Helpful

Ohh Yes! I feel very guilty! But I did like it! I used eggnog ice cream in place of the vanilla and topped with cinnamon. Blended all the ingredients with 12 ice cubes.

Rita~ January 03, 2007

We liked this very much. Made it for some friends who came over for the other night and we all loved it. It is sweet, but I enjoyed that part of it. I did use fresh nutmeg as suggested by a previous reviewer and it turned out great. Thanks!

Lainey6605 December 18, 2006

This was such a great drink. I'll be serving this to the adults on Christmas Eve while the children drink their hot cocoa. I suggest using fresh nutmeg as it really made the flavor pop. Also, I should note that I use low-carb egg nog AND low carb/low sugar vanilla bean ice cream. We didn't miss the sugar and calories at all.

Mysterygirl December 11, 2006

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