Do you enjoy making eggnog? Have you ever been treated to an apple butter eggnog recipe? Better yet, have you ever treated yourself to one of these tasty drinks? I drink eggnog year 'round, and if you get the thirst for it, you may well too!
Our daughter-in-law prepared homemade apple butter and gave some to us. Yummy! Hmmmmm...I thought. How would apple butter egg-nog taste? Making eggnog at home is simple and fun, especially when innovating an original recipe. I love apple butter and I love eggnog. Here's how to get the taste of both in 4 easy steps.
2 eggs, preferably from free-range hens
2 heaping kitchen spoonfuls of apple butter
2 cups milk, preferably from grass-fed cows
1 Break eggs into blender or mixer.
2 Plop the spoonfuls of apple butter into the eggs.
3 Add milk.
4 Blend (or mix) for about 25 seconds at high speed.
Serve directly. Sometimes on a cold morning I like to heat the eggnog in the microwave. Cooked eggnog or uncooked--whatever you prefer, it's a tasty way to start your day. Healthful too!
NOTE: You can use regular store-bought eggs if you wish. They're easy to come by and are definitely healthful. It's just that eggs from un-caged hens are more healthful than commercial eggs (as shown by various research studies) and provide more color and better taste to the palate.
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