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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by bryan8, Nov 18, 2009.
Anyone got a recipe? And is it safe to use like fresh raw eggs?
1/2 cup sugar
1 quart half and half
2 T. rum extract (optional)
freshly grated nutmeg
Beat eggs. Cook eggs, sugar, and half and half over medium/low heat until mixture coats the back of a metal spoon. Stir in extract. Sprinkle with nutmeg before serving.
I usually serve it as is for the kids and let the adults add their antifreeze of choice to their own glasses.
Cool thanks I'll give it a try.
What's the best antifreeze to put in it? Rum?
Did you look in the recipe index? There are several posted there.
We especially like MissPrissy's kids version of eggnog, as we don't drink alcohol here. It's very good!
I'm going with that too. I worried about store bought eggs and home made eggnog, because I figured that the egg could have been hanging around breding bacteria for who knows how long... and I KNOW that MY girls' eggs haven't had a chance to make a raw egg death bomb yet. ohh, still warm...
and this is cooked as well !
My loves eggnog. And I can't stand the store bought gelatinous stuff. Thanks for this! I am making some Saturday! Just because I can. writing out the recipe now.
I've been toying with the idea of making my own 'nog this year as well. Never done it before.. it doesn't look *too*hard.
How do you think it would taste with duck eggs? I've heard they're richer, and I used them for some cookies last weekend. Then my daughter smashed the 3 I had in the fridge, so I haven't had a chance to make anything else
First time I had eggnog was homemade but with store bought eggs. This year I am making it with home eggs. I always thought egg nog in store was yucky too that is why I never drank it.
I absolutely adore egg nog. We just had some last week that was pumpkin egg nog..yum.......
HOMEMADE EGGNOG!!!!! Why didn't I think of that? I have all these eggs and need other things to do with them besides scrambled, hardboiled, or over-easy.