Using Up Eggnog - Egg Nog French Toast

It's hard to gauge how much food and drink to provide, especially for holiday feasts. After the recent holidays, my family had about a gallon of perfectly good eggnog leftover! I pushed it on every caller, but each was "full up!"


Finally, I added whipped eggs to quite a bit of it and made LOTS of French toast, which I then froze 4 slices to the bag for later consumption. It can be warmed with a double trip through a toaster or on medium heat in a microwave oven.

I also used eggnog in place of the milk called for in my meatloaf recipe and it was fine!

By Janet H.

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January 13, 20050 found this helpful

I have added eggnog in waffles and pancakes, works just fine and doesn't give any great difference in taste. I also have used frozen eggnog. I just thawed only what I needed and then refroze the rest.


I like the french toast idea, though. I have some eggnog in the freezer that just might get used one of these days for that.

By sandy (Guest Post)
January 31, 20050 found this helpful

i made an eggnog pie. instead of using milk in the instant pudding i used eggnog. just put it in the graham cracker crust. voila. it was delich. such a hit i made another


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