Egg Nog Pudding

Remember when eggnog was so thick you practically needed a spoon to get it out of the glass?

This iteration of our vanilla pudding boasts a coating of nutmeg, and WOW – it was just like “the good old days” of thick eggnog.

If you like a bit of a nip in eggnog, then this pudding is so thick that the liquor won’t thin it down too much.  I’m not clear what goes into eggnog (rum?), but whatever it is, it would probably be delicious.

This certainly was!

 

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12 Responses to Egg Nog Pudding

  1. Craig says:

    Brandy, I think, but sounds good, regardless. Would it work on vanilla yoghurt?

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  2. Clanmother says:

    This looks absolutely delicious.

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  3. judilyn says:

    Not clear about that – might curdle it – dunno! Worth a try.

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  4. There has been (store-bought, pasteurized) eggnog in the fridge for several days now and I still hadn’t touched it… until just now. Thanks for the reminder!

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  5. taphian says:

    Unfortunately, I don’t find a translation for eggnogg, so I don’t know what it is. Just looks very delicious anyway. Have a nice day, virtual hugs, Mitza

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  6. becomebetty says:

    Hey Judie! Looks so tasty. Maybe add a splash of alcohol to make it more rich. Anyways, just wanted to stop by and wish you a happy and healthy 2018! Thanks for all the support this year.

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  7. judilyn says:

    Thanks, Brenda. Some liquor might make it even more inviting, but even a small amount renders me unable to speak. This is a state sought after by some . . . It’s about the only time I shut up! Amaretto would be fabulous! I just made up a fresh batch of the chocolate.

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  8. Liz says:

    My friend brought me a boozy Jamaican pudding that I’ve been nibbling since Christmas. Full of booze and fruit but the taste is very interesting and nice. I would probably throw in some dark chocolate in that pudding of yours. I love dark chocolate.

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