Eggnog

Photo by Grit.com.

We know that it's not even December, but we can't help but crave some eggnog. And here's a recipe so you can skip the grocery version and mke it yourself.

Here's what you need:

6 eggs

1/4 cup sugar

1/4 teaspoon salt

4 cups milk, divided

1 teaspoon vanilla 

Beat eggs, sugar and salt in large heavy saucepan until blended.

Stir in 2 cups milk.

Cook over low heat, stirring constantly but gently, until mixture is thick  enough to just coat a metal spoon with a thin film, or about 15 minutes.

Do not allow to boil. Remove from heat immediately.

Stir in remaining 2 cups milk and vanilla. Cover and refrigerate until  thoroughly chilled, several hours or overnight.

Enjoy!

 

Read on for more egg recipes!

related topics: eggs, eggnog, dessert, recipes

Share This

You may also like:

3 tips on how to continue to grow your family farm.

 

Cheyenne was feeling sad, so she wrote down some good things to remember. Take a look to focus on to make our lives and world a better place. 

 

This article is dedicated to all of you who live in a small town and who have been the subject of a rumor. You will
be able to relate.

 

6 things that give you strength throughout the day.

 

This article is dedicated to the women of the Red Ants Pants and hard-working women of all shapes and sizes.  

 

In one short answer, Janel does it all for her custom harvesting business. Read More about this Amazing Woman in Ag. 

 

This article is showing support for the hard-working side of Montana women - the most important aspect of the Red Ants Pants Foundation. 

 

This article shows support of the Red Ants Pants Foundation through local beer, sunsets, agriculture, and great music. 

 

According to the USDA, there are 969,672 women farmers in the Unites States. Let's dive into ways these women are organizing. 

 

Sarah wasn't impressed with the way her dad's bale processor chopped the hay. See what she did to fix it. [sponsored]