Non-Alcoholic New Years Eggnog Invites You To Indulge
What I notice first about this New Years eggnog recipe is the color. Yes, color. It’s a distinct and attractive golden yellow. Reminds me of the sunshine. The appealing hue is due to the sweetened condensed milk and the eggs from grassfed hens. (I trust you use free-range eggs from grassfed hens if you can get them. If you can’t locate grassfed eggs, supermarket eggs will work in this recipe, but the look and health qualities won’t be the same.)
Next, I notice the taste of this New Years Eggnog is supreme. It’s lustful. A real spoiler. Better splurge now before the New Year kicks in when you’ll be faced with trying to keep your resolutions!
Believe me, with this tempting holiday eggnog on the table, no one’s a match for any attempts at self-control. Who needs rum? This is strictly a non-alcoholic eggnog, yet could prove addicting. Indulge yourself before midnight!
New Year’s Eggnog
4 eggs, preferably from free-range hens
Place all ingredients except nutmeg into blender. Blend until all ingredients are thoroughly mixed, about 1 ½ minutes or so.
Serve immediately, or if desired, chill in refrigerator. Garnish with nutmeg. What to do with any left over? Don’t worry—with the New Year’s Eggnog, there won’t be any leftovers!
Note: To serve larger groups, make several batches or double or triple the recipe and use a large mixing bowl.
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