"A sumptuous holiday pound cake with a Northwestern flavor. Excellent for Christmas buffets or open houses!" — DOCTOR KITTEN
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chopped dried cherries
freshly grated nutmeg
unsalted butter, softened
This is destined to become a family holiday favorite. So good!
Followed the recipe and I really like the taste, but it came out pretty dry.
Moist, tall cake. I didn't have any dried fruit, so instead I used 6oz. fresh blueberries and 6oz. cooked fresh cranberries. Also didn't have brandy, so I used rum instead. For the glaze, I mixed together cranberry juice, rum and powdered sugar.
The eggnog flavor really came through and I think this is one of the best pound cakes my husband and I has ever eaten! We aren't sharing it with anyone!
An instant holiday favorite! I can see myself making this every year! I was going to take this to work, but my husband wouldn't let me. :) Thanks a bunch!
I made this recipe last year for friends and family, it was a hit! They asked me to do it again this year. I made individual loafs.
Very delicious! Can't taste the eggnog; I didn't have cranberries so I did what another reviewer did, I substituted fresh blueberries and cherries in proportions to equal 3/4 cup and soaked these in the sherry I had instead of brandy.
This cake was a big hit at Thanksgiving dinner. I only used dried cranberries and cherries because that is what I had on had. I didn't use the brandy called for either. I used two tablespoons water and a 1/8 teaspoon rum extract. In the glaze instead of water I used two tablespoons of eggnog and brandy extract. I will make this again.
really taste , i used 1 cup of cranberries only for fruitsand i added 1 tbs ginger.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Eggnog Pound Cake
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 125
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