Eggnog

Eggnog with Licor 43

Today I brought you a wonderful alternative to mulled wine, punch and the like: Eggnog, a super tasty egg punch with vanilla liqueur. Rounded off with a little tonka bean and cinnamon, topped with a good dollop of cream, this drink is simply a stunner! ♥

Eggnog made by yourself

Eggnog is traditionally drunk in North America during winter and Christmas time and is a very tasty and great alternative to the usual mulled wine or punch here. As a rule, Eggnog is an alcoholic drink based on egg, milk and cream. There are variants for both warm and cold drinking. With this recipe, both taste very good, by the way, I have tested it extensively for you and found it good. Mr. Cookie and Co kindly and of course completely selflessly sacrificed themselves to taste both variants. I've wanted to try Eggnog for a long time, but somehow I kept putting it off or just never found the right recipe. So the next round of “Cook my recipe” came at just the right time. Because this time the lot fell on love for me Carina from Coffee2Stay. I immediately noticed the recipe for on her blog American-style "drunk" Eggnog in the eye. Incidentally, in a great variant with pumpkin pie spice and pumpkin rum.

Eggnog with Licor 43

Eggnog with Licor 43 is of course anything but stylish. I admit that ... Because actually a Spanish vanilla liqueur has no place in an American Eggnog - at least I fear that very much. But hey, the drink tastes delicious! And the job of “Koch mein recipe” is to reinterpret the recipe of a dear blogger colleague. The project “cook my recipe” had People launched in summer as a food blogger event. Similar to elves, different (food) blogs are assigned to one another by lot, and this is done anew every two months. Everyone can then choose a recipe from the assigned blog (usually with prior agreement), copy it and freely interpret it. A wonderful initiative to get to know new blogs, introduce yourself and network with each other. By the way, my previous recipes for this event were these Bread chips | spicy snack & bread recovery as well as the Tarte flambée with pears, camembert & walnuts.

on Coffee2Stay By the way, blogs a real professional, Carina's career aspiration was a journalist from childhood. This job brought her countless moves and so far eleven places of residence in four nations. This is also reflected in the recipes, because here she is also very international in culinary terms. I noticed a special love for Sweden and, admittedly, the Swedish recipes particularly appealed to me. For example the Havreflarn med choklad och jordnötssmör, in German oat biscuits with chocolate and peanut butter or the Kärleksmums, a chocolate coffee cake with coconut. Both delicious recipes, but I had to make a decision and the Eggnog just went too well with the Christmas season. By the way, recipes for the Thermomix can also be found at Carina.

My conclusion

Why did I wait so long with Eggnog? Mega delicious, super easy and quick to prepare. There will certainly be more in the future at Cookie and Co. The last icing on the cake besides the vanilla liqueur is a hint of tonka bean for me. But there you can also vary and experiment wonderfully. I will definitely try Pumpkin Pie Spice again. But before I water your mouth any more, get to the recipe and have fun copying ... ♥ 

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Eggnog

  • Prep Time:
    15 minutes
  • Total Time:
    15 minutes
  • Yield:
    4 servings (rather large)
  • Category:
    beverages
  • Cuisine:
    American, American
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Ingredients

  • 300 g milk 
  • 4 Eggs 
  • 80 g sugar 
  • 250 g cream
  • 160 g Licor 43
  • 2 Teaspoon vanilla extract (or 1 prize ground vanilla)
  • 1 Teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 Pinch of tonka bean

Decoration

  • whipped cream
  • cinammon

Instructions

  1. Beat the eggs with the sugar until frothy.
  2. Then slowly add the cream and then the remaining ingredients (except for the alcohol) and stir in well.
  3. While stirring, heat the mass over a water bath (or in a food processor with a cooking function) to about 70 ° C until the mass thickens a little.
    It is essential to keep the temperature of approx. 70 ° C for a few minutes, but under no circumstances let it boil!
  4. Finally stir in the alcohol briefly.
  5. Serve either lukewarm as a punch or well chilled (both very tasty).
    It is best to cover with cling film directly on the surface to cool.
  6. Top with whipped cream before serving and sprinkle with cinnamon if desired.

Keywords: Advent, eggnog, eggs, eggnog, eggnog, drinks, Licor 43, cream, tonka bean, vanilla, vanilla liqueur, Christmas, cinnamon

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Eggnog | Thermomix recipe

  • Prep Time:
    5 minutes
  • Cook Time:
    10 mins
  • Total Time:
    15 minutes
  • Yield:
    4 servings (rather large)
  • Category:
    beverages
  • Cuisine:
    American, American
 piece

Ingredients

  • 300 g Milk ()
  • 4 Eggs ()
  • 80 g Sugar ()
  • 250 g cream
  • 160 g Licor 43
  • 2 Teaspoon vanilla extract (or 1 prize ground vanilla)
  • 1 Teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 Pinch of tonka bean

Decoration

  • whipped cream
  • cinammon

Instructions

  1. Put all ingredients, except for the alcohol, in the mixing bowl.
  2. For 10 min. | 70 ° C | Heat level 4.
  3. Add alcohol, 20 sec. | Level 4.
  4. Serve either lukewarm as a punch or well chilled (both very tasty).
    It is best to cover with cling film directly on the surface to cool.
  5. Top with whipped cream before serving and sprinkle with cinnamon if desired.

Keywords: Advent, Eggnog, Eggs, Eggnog, Eggnog, Drinks, Licor 43, Cream, Thermomix, Tm31, TM5, TM6, Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Vanilla Liqueur, Christmas, Cinnamon

 

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2 thoughts on “Eggnog”

  1. Dear Sonja,
    Thank you very much for your kind words and your variants of this drink, which fits so perfectly into the Advent season.

    Warm greetings
    Carina

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