Recipe by MARKR
"A traditional eggnog for the holidays. Milk is sweetened and cooked with egg yolks to make a creamy custard. It is then lightened with whipped egg whites and topped with whipped cream and nutmeg. "
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whipped cream, garnish
I thought this was a great recipie. I made it for a holiday, bring something to lunch, we had at work.
It was well liked by all. Too bad I wasn't allowed to add rum. But it was still a success.
Sorry, my family didn't like this recipe very much. We were expecting it to taste a lot like the stuff you buy at the store and it just seemed to be missing something.
hmm i did not like the taste of this eggnog for drinking, but it worked fine for my eggnog spice cake luckily. it tasted like milk that had been sitting out too long and i could also taste the flour in it.
I just made this. I agree with the other reader, it does not tell you when to put the vanilla in so I just added it to the milk flour sugar mixture as it was cooking along with cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. After cooking milk mixture, I took it off the heat to cool, doesn't say how long to let it cool before you add the beaten whites, I added them when it was still hot and they don't FOLD in at all, I ended up beating them in with whisk. Has great flavor and I will probably make again.
I almost forgot to review this recipe..I reallyl liked this..I served it at my cookie exchange and got good reviews
I love this recipie
Definetly not like commercial eggnog you buy in a carton. Added cinnamon. DH says it's a dissapointment. Sorry
This recipe has saved my holidays! I've become severely allergic to milk this year, and soy products make me gag, so I though I was going to have to begin braving the autumn through winter without one of my favorite things in the world...To make a long story shorter, I used "Almond milk" and with a little bit of rum extract added this recipe hit the spot perfectly!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 143
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