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Martha Stewart gets in the holiday spirit with her famous (and extremely boozy) eggnog

Caution: Martha's eggnog is strong. Like, really strong.
/ Source: TODAY

Culinary icon, cookbook author and television personality Martha Stewart is stopping by the TODAY kitchen to share a couple of her favorite holiday recipes. She shows us how to make her famous eggnog and sugar-coated nut balls.

Martha Stewart's Famous Eggnog

When I published this recipe in my first book, "Entertaining," I wrote that this eggnog was "so rich it needs no accompaniment." This original recipe is made with plenty of bourbon, cognac, dark rum, heavy cream and a dozen eggs — good thing it serves a crowd.

Noël Nut Balls

No holiday cookie tin would be complete without at least a few Noël nut balls, rich nut-and-butter domes, rolled in powdered sugar to resemble miniature snowballs. In my family, the cookie dough was traditionally made with a touch of bourbon (or orange juice), for extra flavor.

If you like those festive recipes, you should also try these:

Martha Stewart's Chai Snowballs