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Old 12-28-2015, 06:01 AM   #11
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I'd never used the egg whites until I found and tried the recipe that I posted previously. The result was a very tasty eggnog. The texture was off, however, due to the added beaten egg white. So, when it was cold, I put it into my blender. It became so creamy smooth, with a wonderful eggy/vanilla/nutmeg flavor, sweetened to my taste with Stevia, with a luxurious viscosity that was like drinking cream. I highly recommend this recipe. It is very good, and sugar-free. Of course you can make it with sugar too. Hope your Christmas celebrations were wonderful.

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Eggnog recipes? I have not paid any attention to eggnog before. But I have a DH who loves (storebought) eggnog and last week while Christmas caroling at a local nursing home, I was served an incredible fresh eggnog. I plan on serving it Christmas Day to my 5 guests and made a test batch a few days ago. I used the recipe from Fannie Farmer Cookbook and the technique called to whip the heavy cream before folding it into the mixture. The texture was a dense sludge and was better consumed with a spoon than drinking. Since reviewing many recipes, I see they almost all call for the heavy cream to just be poured in and not whipped. I am also considering starting the eggnog today so it can marinate until Christmas day. Do any of you have a favorite recipe to share? Thanks. 3 stars 1 reviews
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