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Where Can I Buy Eggnog Ice Cream



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This is so easy that I can walk in the door from Nutcracker rehearsal, whisk together the ingredients, pour it into the ice cream maker, and be sitting on the couch eating a ridiculously large bowl of soft serve Eggnog Ice Cream while watching Top Chef.


My husband is lactose intolerant so we made this with the Lactaid eggnog and substituted half and half for 1/2 cup lactose free milk and 1/2 cup coconut cream (taken out of a can of coconut milk we had in our fridge).I poured the mixture into my Cuisinart ice cream maker and 20 minutes later it was done! The soft serve was good, but man, this ice cream hardened up PERFECTLY over night in the freezer.


Haha my mom just mentioned this a few minutes ago. I could just hear the Egg Nog Ice Cream calling my name right now\n Josh"},"@type": "Review","author": "@type": "Person","name": "marie","reviewBody": "I think I may try this with ready bought eggnog and just follow my regular vanilla ice cream recipe but with eggnog instead of whole milk. And rum flavour instead of vanilla. Think that should work? ","@type": "Review","author": "@type": "Person","name": "ch1d3th","reviewBody": "pst...freezing ice cream with liquid nitrogen\nwould allow you to add alcohol during this step, if you are so inclined","@type": "Review","author": "@type": "Person","name": "Andrew","reviewBody": "If you want to add more spirit but scared it won't freeze, just heat the spirit beforehand so the alcohol evaporates away leaving the spirit flavour only. \n\nAlso, if the ice cream is too hard, increase the sugar. I also suspect that if you added corn syrup instead of extra sugar that would decrease the excess ice. I'll test this theory once I get my ice cream machine back off my mother!","@type": "Review","author": "@type": "Person","name": "Gordon","reviewBody": "Is there something I could add that's non-alcoholic that would server the same purpose (IE.. anti-freeze)?\n\nPerhaps, corn syrup. Try 2 Tbsp. No idea how it will taste with ice cream, but it works with sorbet. Elise"],"mainEntityOfPage": "@type": ["WebPage"],"@id": " _ice_cream/","breadcrumb": "@type": "BreadcrumbList","itemListElement": ["@type": "ListItem","position": 1,"item": "@id": " -desserts-5091454","name": "Frozen Desserts","@type": "ListItem","position": 2,"item": "@id": " -cream-recipes-5091452","name": "Ice Creams","@type": "ListItem","position": 3,"item": "@id": " _ice_cream/","name": "Eggnog Ice Cream"], "about": []}] buttonbuttonSimplyRecipes.comsaved recipes Recipes BreakfastLunchDinnerDessertDrinksSnacks & AppetizersHolidays & Seasonal RecipesRecipes by DietRecipes by MethodRecipes by IngredientsRecipes by Time & EaseRecipes by Cuisine View all Quick & Easy Quick DinnersEasy & HealthyQuick VegetarianEasy PastasEasy Chicken View all In the Kitchen An A-Z Guide to Cooking Terms and DefinitionsMeal PlansRecipe CollectionsTips & TechniquesIngredient GuidesCuisine Guides View all Table Talk Most RecentNews & TrendsVoices View all Holidays & Seasons The Microwave Power-UpCelebrating Jollof Rice and Its Journey Across the Atlantic Vegan for EveryoneSoup Recipes View all About us SearchSearchClose searchsaved recipesIce CreamsWinterMilkChristmas DessertsPinShareEmailEggnog Ice CreamHomemade eggnog ice cream, with egg yolks, cream, milk, sugar, and eggnog spices.


Adding a couple of tablespoons of a spirit like rum, bourbon, or brandy to the eggnog ice cream base will help the ice cream from getting too icy if you store it for more than a day. You can skip the alcohol, but if you do, you should eat up the ice cream the day you make it.


"Eggnog is a very popular drink during the Christmas season, but we think our new ice cream could very well take its place," says Jimmy Lawhorn vice president of sales and marketing in the news release.


Typically, eggnog is made by combining egg, milk, sugar, and spices, heating it together, and then chilling it. Oftentimes, rum, bourbon, or brandy are added to eggnog to make it an alcoholic beverage, though this recipe is non-alcoholic.


Cook the eggnog for about 8-10 minutes until it starts to thicken and slowly cook the eggs. It will be frothy at first. (We want the mixture to get hot, but not to simmer or boil. If it gets close to boiling, you can temporarily remove from the heat.)


Combine the whole milk, sugar and salt in a medium saucepan. Warm over medium heat, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, pour the cream into a large mixing bowl and set a fine mesh sieve over the top. In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the egg yolks.


Once the milk mixture is warm, slowly add it into the egg yolks, whisking constantly. Return the mixture to the saucepan. Cook the mixture over medium heat, stirring constantly and scraping the bottom of the pan with a heat-proof spatula, until the mixture thickens slightly and coats the back of a spoon (between 170 and 175 F.) Remove the custard from the heat and pour the mixture through the mesh sieve, into the cream. Add in the nutmeg, rum, brandy and vanilla extract and stir to combine.


Once you have your ice cream ready to go, you can make the floats! I like to add a splash of vodka to mine, but Dan prefers whiskey so I added a splash of bourbon to his. Dark rum is also a great option here, especially considering that eggnog and rum are often paired together.


(Side note: does eggnog remind anyone else of the classic Cousin Eddie scene in Christmas Vacation?! Between the reindeer head glasses and his ridiculous dicky-sweater combo, I die every time. And that is my first association with eggnog! Hah.)


Eggnog is a traditional Christmas drink made of milk, cream, sugar and pasteurized raw eggs. Sometimes the eggs are separated, with the whites whipped separately until frothy, then folded into the eggnog. A distinguishing spice in eggnog is nutmeg. Although vanilla, cinnamon and even cloves are often added as well. Eggnog is rich and creamy, usually served chilled with freshly grated nutmeg on top.


Most store bought eggnog is made without alcohol, but many homemade eggnog recipes call for alcohol, such as rum, cognac and bourbon. The alcohol not only flavors the eggnog, but also preserves it. The preservation of the dairy products means the eggnog can be made several weeks, or even months in advance and allowed to age, without fear of the milk, cream and eggs spoiling. This aging process lets the alcohol mellow for a much smoother, less harsh flavor.


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I'm Heather, and welcome to Curly Girl Kitchen, where you will find high-altitude tested recipes for beautifully photographed cakes and sweets. I believe that the kitchen is the heart of a home, and everyone is welcome in mine. So stay a while, sip a cup of coffee, and bake something sweet with me!


One of my favorite applications for pasteurized eggs is homemade ice cream. It eliminates the need to cook the custard until it reaches an exact temperature and gives you the opportunity to taste the raw ice cream base and adjust any ingredients or flavorings.


I cannot think of a better Christmas treat than these ice-cream sandwich cookies for the hot Summer here in Australia. Thanks for the recipe, I have all the ingredients on hand so I can make the recipe!


oh my gawd!!! you made eggnog ice cream with candied ginger?!!! I LOVE this! I just made some chocolate bark and have some leftover candied ginger. . this soooooo needs to happen in my kitchen!! and I love and use safe eggs too!! #safenog woot woot!! Happy holidays!!! love love love these ice-cream-cookie-sandwiches. . brilliant!


Pour in the eggnog and turn on the ice cream maker. Let churn until ice cream has soft-serve consistency. Follow freezing directions for your ice cream maker.\u00a0\n","Serve as is or place the bucket in the freezer for an hour or two to harden a bit. Enjoy!\n"]}Home > Recipes > Holidays > Christmas


This time of year, my favorite flavor to indulge in is eggnog! I like to just pour a glass and top it with whipped cream and a little cinnamon, so good! My family and I were talking about how eggnog is basically the base for homemade ice cream, so we decided to experiment and it worked! 041b061a72


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