Eggnog rice made from 3 ingredients

Preparation with & without an ice cream machine

Today I brought you a super delicious and creamy egg liqueur rice. Homemade ice cream with eggnog has been on my to-do list for a long time and if not now in summer, when? By the way, it is super easy to prepare with and without an ice cream maker. The ice cream tastes incredibly creamy and literally melts on your tongue ... simply delicious! ♥

Eierliköreis aus 3 Zutaten (mit & ohne Eismaschine) mit gezuckerter Kondensmilch

Just make eggnog rice yourself

With the egg liqueur rice you are not only well prepared for warm summer days. Because this ice cream not only tastes good in summer, it is also super delicious with waffles, crepes, fruity crumbles or chocolate brownies.

In any case, the egg liqueur rice is super easy and uncomplicated to prepare. In principle, it is also ideal for spontaneous ice cream enjoyment if you have an ice machine or (cold) ice cream bowl for your food processor. But this ice cream can of course also be prepared very well and then stays nice and creamy and portionable in the freezer. I think that's very important because many types of ice cream get really hard in the freezer. In the recipe I also explained exactly how you can implement this recipe with an ice cream machine, without an ice cream machine or with the Thermomix. So you can choose between all three variants, each of which works wonderfully.

3 ingredients - that's it

You only need 3 ingredients for this delicious egg liqueur rice: sweetened condensed milk, cream and of course egg liqueur. (Okay, there are 4 ingredients with grated chocolate, but the ice cream is a dream even without the chocolate shavings!)

It should definitely be a really good eggnog! Because this will of course have a major influence on the taste of the ice cream later on. I have a particularly delicious egg liqueur here GOLDELSE liqueur tried out. This is made in a small factory with high quality standards. The liqueur is therefore not a mass product, but is made with a lot of love and only from good, selected ingredients and you can taste that too! Incidentally, the ingredients for the liqueur are mainly purchased from regional producers.

A good example of the “quality ingredients” is the use of real (and currently very expensive) Bourbon Vanilla from the so-called Bourbon Islands. (Of course, they are not regional now.) Only the valuable pulp of the whole Bourbon vanilla pods is used and not the whole shredded pods. That is why the liqueur is interspersed with small black vanilla dots, which is also its trademark.

According to the law, the GOLDELSE liqueur is actually not a real egg liqueur, but an egg-containing liqueur. Why? Because it contains cream (which I personally like to use with self-made egg liqueur) and the legislature stipulated that at some point. But that doesn't detract from the delicious taste, on the contrary! The GOLDELSE tastes simply delicious, not too sweet, pleasantly creamy and ... very tasty like vanilla. Incidentally, the GOLDELSE liqueur is available here through this website or in selected shops in the Stuttgart area.

And why Goldelse?

Even if the GOLDELSE liqueur is produced in Stuttgart, it is a real Berliner at heart. Because the founder of the manufactory is a real Berliner, even if she has lived in Stuttgart for around 20 years. Since I'm also a real Berlin brat, it was immediately clear to me by the name where the name Goldelse came from. Because the golden statue of the goddess of victory Viktoria on the victory column on the big star is affectionately known among Berliners as "Joldelse" (in High German: Goldelse). In addition, the name also fits “like a fist on the eye” to the golden yellow color of the liqueur.

The thing about durability

Incidentally, the egg liqueur has an almost unlimited shelf life. And that even without cooling! Therefore, there is no best-before date on the bottles. At first I wondered about it and then did some research. The alcohol content acts as a natural preservative, salmonella have no chance. And the liqueur is pasteurized during production anyway. (The shelf life was even confirmed by an institute for food analysis.)

Anyway, I'm sure GAAAANZ you will love this egg liqueur rice! So delicious, creamy and easy to prepare. Whether pure or topped with eggnog, whether as the icing on the cake on waffles or other delicacies, the ice cream is an all-rounder for the whole year! Make sure to try this recipe out soon ... ♥ 

Selbstgemachtes Eierlikör Eis aus 3 Zutaten (mit & ohne Eismaschine) mit gezuckerter Kondensmilch
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Eggnog rice without an ice cream machine

Due to the alcohol content, the ice cream only becomes creamy and firm if it is frozen really cold (-18 ° C). If necessary, replace part of the egg liqueur with cream. It also depends on the alcohol content of the eggnog.

  • Prep Time:
    10 mins
  • Cook Time:
    7 hours 50 minutes
  • Total Time:
    8 hours
  • Yield:
    1000 g ice cream
  • Category:
    Dessert, dessert, snack
  • Cuisine:
    German - German
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Ingredients

  • 200 g GOLDELSE liqueur (eggnog)
  • 400 g cream
  • 400 g sweetened condensed milk ((1 Can))
  • 80100 g grated chocolate (optional)

Instructions

  1. Mix egg liqueur and sweetened condensed milk thoroughly.
  2. Whip the cream until it is almost stiff and fold in.
  3. Then transfer to a freezer-safe container and place in the freezer.
  4. If desired, carefully fold in the chocolate flakes after 60-90 minutes.
  5. The ice cream mass should cool in the freezer for another 4-7 hours or, even better, overnight.

Keywords: Dessert, eggnog, eggnog rice, simple, easy recipe, ice cream, ice cream without an ice cream machine, make ice cream yourself, ice cream, ice cream machine, GOLDELSE liqueur, cream, quick, homemade ice cream

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Egg liqueur rice (with ice machine or ice bowl for food processor)

Please compare the permissible filling quantity beforehand!

Due to the alcohol content, the ice cream only becomes creamy and firm if it is frozen really cold (-18 ° C). If necessary, replace part of the egg liqueur with cream. It also depends on the alcohol content of the eggnog.

  • Prep Time:
    10 mins
  • Cook Time:
    45 minutes
  • Total Time:
    55 minutes
  • Yield:
    1000 g ice cream
  • Category:
    Dessert, dessert, snack
  • Cuisine:
    German - German
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Ingredients

  • 200 g GOLDELSE liqueur (eggnog)
  • 400 g cream
  • 400 g sweetened condensed milk ((1 Can))
  • 80100 g grated chocolate (optional)

Instructions

  1. Mix egg liqueur, sweetened condensed milk and cream thoroughly.
  2. If necessary, allow to cool again well in the refrigerator.
  3. Freeze the ice cream mass in an ice maker or bowl of a food processor. (Lasts at my ice cream machine with compressor about 45 minutes.)
    (Please be sure to note the maximum capacity.)
  4. If you like, add grated chocolate in the last few minutes.
  5. Then decant and store in the freezer until consumption.

Keywords: Dessert, eggnog, eggnog rice, simple, easy recipe, ice cream, make ice cream yourself, ice cream, ice cream machine, GOLDELSE liqueur, cream, quick, homemade ice cream

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Eggnog rice | Thermomix recipe

Due to the alcohol content, the ice cream only becomes creamy and firm if it is frozen really cold (-18 ° C). If necessary, replace part of the egg liqueur with cream. It also depends on the alcohol content of the eggnog.

  • Prep Time:
    10 mins
  • Cook Time:
    7 hours 50 minutes
  • Total Time:
    8 hours
  • Yield:
    1000 g ice cream
  • Category:
    Dessert, dessert, snack
  • Cuisine:
    German - German
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Ingredients

  • 200 g GOLDELSE liqueur (eggnog)
  • 400 g cream
  • 400 g sweetened condensed milk ((1 Can))
  • 80100 g grated chocolate (optional)

Instructions

  1. Put all ingredients in the mixing bowl, stir for 1 min / speed 4 until creamy.
  2. Put the ice cream mass in a suitable freezer form (flat aluminum dish / casserole dish or ice cube form) and let it freeze well (takes at least 5-8 hours).
  3. Then release the ice cream and, if necessary, cut into cubes with a knife.
    Pour this in portions into the mixing bowl and chop and transfer for 15 seconds / speed 10 each.
  4. Fold in the grated chocolate if desired.
  5. Then it is best to put it in the freezer again for 60 minutes until consumption or store in the freezer.

Keywords: Dessert, eggnog, eggnog rice, simple, easy recipe, ice cream, make your own ice cream, ice cream, ice cream machine, es without ice cream machine, sweetened condensation milk, GOLDELSE liqueur, milk maid, cream, quick, homemade ice cream, Thermomix, Tm31, TM5, TM6

Eierliköreis aus 3 Zutaten (mit & ohne Eismaschine) mit gezuckerter Kondensmilch

The ice machine below is that Model Emma (manufacturer Springlane)

 

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9 thoughts on “Eierliköreis aus 3 Zutaten”

    1. Hi there,

      this is a smaller bread pan. There are also great ice bins from Springlane.
      Otherwise I also use a normal elongated glass freezer or something similar to Tupperware.

      Many greetings,
      Sonja

  1. It looks really delicious. Your pictures make the ice cream even tastier 🙂
    In any case, I will try it out. I am looking forward to it.

  2. Hello, I made the ice cream yesterday. In terms of taste, it is very tasty, but it does not get really firm and melts away immediately. I had it in the freezer overnight now and it's still soft. Is that because of the alcohol?

  3. We don't have an ice machine and have been looking for an ice cream recipe without an ice machine for a long time. I made the recipe in the Thermomix and chilled in the freezer overnight. The consistency is creamy and just super tasty.

  4. Angelika Wieprecht

    Hello Sonja!
    I really liked your recipe for egg liqueur rice. The ice cream tasted fantastic, but did not set properly even after several days in the freezer.
    Is it the egg liqueur?
    I had bought off the shelf because I couldn't get another one. Was he too alcoholic?
    Do you have any ideas how to get the ice cream to the right consistency?
    Warm greetings,
    Angelica

    1. Dear Angelika,

      yes, I think the eggnog may have had a higher alcohol content.
      You could reduce the amount of egg liqueur and add a little more milk or cream to the ice cream instead. An additional 2 g of locust bean gum won't do any harm either.

      Is your freezer really nice and cold?

      I am curious whether it will work out better that way ... Sincerely, Sonja

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