Thursday, December 22, 2011

Eggnog Loaves


                 Do you love Eggnog as much as I do? Do you start to crave it by the
         end of July? Your kids start asking when is the next time they have some? When
         you walk near the dairy isle and you spot it. Does your heart start racing faster? Ha.
         Mine does. With each bite of this bread you will be in Eggnog bliss. Enjoy a loaf and
         share some with your neighbors or family members. Don't forget to make some
         cinnamon butter to go along.....Merry Christmas!

                                                                       Eggnog Loaves

             2 1/4 cups flour
             2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
             1/2 teaspoon salt
             1/2 ground cinnamon
             1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
             2 eggs
             1 cup eggnog
             1 cup sugar
             1 stick of butter, melted
             2 teaspoons vanilla extract
             2 teaspoons rum extract

           1) In a large bowl, combine flour, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg.
           In another bowl, beat eggs, eggnog, sugar, butter, and extracts. Stir in the dry
           ingredients until moistened.
           2) Pour into 4 greased mini loaf pans. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 min.
           Cool and share.

         
         

31 comments:

  1. Totally love me some eggnog! I've actually had my eye on the soy eggnog this year- I want to give it a go!

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  2. "Won't you be my neighbor?"

    FABULOUS, just like you my love. xo jen

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  3. Those do sound yummy! Merry Christmas to you!
    Kris

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  4. Yum Yum. I love the spread with it! This has got to taste amazing!!!

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  5. OH my - these look amazing!! I love the idea and you just make everything look so pretty.

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  6. Wow, such beautiful loaves of bread. I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas! :)

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  7. Oh my goodness!!! This just sounds heavenly! And with cinnamon butter too? I die!

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  8. oh yes i love eggnog as much as you do! major addiction here, major!! you are killing me with this recipe, i hope you sent me my loaf in the mail :-)

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  9. Now why didn't I think of that?! What a wonderful way to enjoy my favorite holiday cheer.

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  10. Yum! I love it too, so perfect in baked french toast...now I need to try your bread!

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  11. Seriously?? This looks and sounds amazzzzzing! I didn't even know this type of treat existed, haha! Can't wait to make it.

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  12. Egg Nog is the bomb and in a bread, it is even better! Those look so delish, thanks for sharing and have a wonderful Holiday! Thanks for all your inspiration and I look forward to seeing all you share with us in the new yr!

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  13. Yum I'm not really an eggnog person but M loves it so I'll have to try this just for him. Thank you for sharing, you're the best.

    Tab
    my-cliffnotes.blogspot.com

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  14. I'm totlly making this for xmas day brunch. love you val. thanks for the fantastic recipe friend:)

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  15. Wow these sound delicious! Great Holiday treat!

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  16. Would you believe I've never had eggnog?? I know it's weird!

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  17. Darling Val!
    Thank you for driving me into my kitchen with your
    creative inspiration! I feel the same about you as you feel about eggnog!
    Merry Christmas Blessings to you and your beautiful family!
    ~Lynne
    [withLove]

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  18. Oh my gosh YUM! I am making this!

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  19. umm hellooo yes i love eggnog and will be making this with my mom when i visit home for xmas! thanks for sharing!!

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  20. Yummy!!! This looks SO good!! Merry Xmas :)

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  21. Oh, so making this tomorrow!!! Merry Christmas Miss ValSoCal :)

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  22. Mmmm yummy!
    Val, I hope you and your family have a very merry Christmas!
    Thank you for all the recipes and awesome foodie photos you share over here!

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  23. Thanks for your kind comment, Val. Happy Holiday to you, too! Cant wait to try this delish looking bread!

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  24. wow....just wow--i want a slice slathered in that butter! yum! hope you are enjoying the holidays girly!

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  25. ummm YUM this looks delicious. New follower btw...would love if you stopped by my way :).

    Champagne Lifestyle on a Beer Budget

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  26. Yummy comfort food! Merry Christmas!

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  27. Eggnog is my hubby's comfort food. He would love this bread so much.

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  28. Oh yum I could really use a slice of this with my coffee right now.

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  29. Wondering if I can make two full size loaves instead of 4 minis??

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  30. Amy, you could totally do use 2 loaves!!

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  31. I made a loaf last year for a holiday breakfast carry in and it was delicious. I spend half an hour searching my Pinterest trying to find it to make this year again. :) I have two large loaves in the oven and 4 minis cooling on the rack. :) It's a great gift. I'm pairing it with loaves (large and mini) of my pumpkin bread, and apple cinnamon bread if I have time (probably not, but I'm going to try). :)

    Thanks so much!

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