Kim's StoryDo you love Eggnog?
Well, you will enjoy this quick bread. It is really hard to eat just one slice. This bread has a beautiful golden color to it just like eggnog. The glaze makes it even tastier. This bread would be a great addition to any holiday Christmas festivities or for breakfast with a nice hot cup of coffee.
Even though my mother and sister don't like to drink eggnog they really enjoyed this bread. Also, my nephew Noah (who is a picky eater) really liked it too.
Hope you will try it out.
Oh yeah, another recipe from my Gooseberry Patch Christmas cookbook.
2 1/4 c
confectioners' sugar (sift your sugar to assure no lumps)
enough eggnog to make a glaze...pour a little at a time into sugar
1Beat eggs, in a large bowl, then add next 5 ingredients, blending well. Add remaining ingredients and stir until just moist. Pour into a greased 9" X 5" loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees for 45 to 50 minutes. Makes one loaf.
3/4 cup confectionery sugar
enough eggnog to make it a glaze
Stir together and drizzle on bread.
3Last night, I made a double batch of this recipe and used it for mini bundt cakes and mini loaves. It made 14 of them and they baked about 20 - 25 minutes.
412-12-12 I just hosted a Cookie/Fudge/Holiday Bread Exchange that I calle Sweets & Treats Exchange. I chose to do all three exchanges and of course I to make Eggnog bread! LOL Here it is, all wrapped and ready to go.
5EGGNOG LOVERS --- I wanted to add a link for those who "LOVE", "GOT TO HAVE" Eggnog so THAT you can exclusively belong to the "Eggnog Lover" Group my sweet friend Melanie created. Just click on the link and it will take you over there. justapinch.com/...eggnog-lovers 1/24/14