• Jackie Brubaker

Reluctant Housewife: Holiday Eggnog

Updated: Mar 21, 2019



Ah, what can I say. I get a little nostalgic during the holidays. Thinking back to one year ago today my heart warms. The very first episode of Reluctant Housewife hit the cyber airwaves and it all started with this lovely Eggnog Recipe.

I'll be doing an official one year anniversary episode next week to commemorate this truly fantastic year, but in the essence of being nostalgic and sappy here's my very first baby for you to watch again.

Watch the episode here and grab the recipe below!

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Reluctant Housewife

"It's the holidays kids and what better way to cozy your way through them then with a nice glass of Eggnog! I've always wanted to know how to make eggnog and frankly, if I even could. For most of my life I was a little hazy on what exactly eggnog really was. Are there eggs in there? Are they cooked? How do they not scramble? These things did not keep me up at night, but they did make me curious to see if I could make it. Like the quote, SHE BELIEVED SHE COULD, SO SHE DID."

"And, here it is!"


Eggnog Recipe

6 egg yolks

2 cups milk

1/3 cup granulated sugar

1 tsp vanilla

1 cup heavy whipping cream

Pour milk, sugar and egg yolks into a boiling pot and set to medium heat. Don't let the mixure boil or come to a simmer. Bring to a warm temperature until you see a smooth pale yellow. Pour mixure into another container and put in an ice bath to cool down for two minutes. Bring your bowl with your mixure out of the ice bath and place into the fridge for four hours. In a seperate bowl pour heavy whipping cream and mix on high with an electric mixer until peaks occur. About 10 minutes. Cover and place whiped cream in fridge. After four hours gently fold in the whipped cream into the eggnog mixure and combine. Add a touch of nutmeg, maybe some brandy and pour!

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