Eggnog Fudge

It's always an exciting time of year when stores put out their eggnog. Not only is it good to drink, but you can make creamy dessert recipes like this Eggnog Fudge Recipe. Creamy and sweet, with just the right hint of nutmeg, you won't be able to stop at just one piece! We just can't help but love egg nog; maybe it's the fact that it only comes out at a certain time of year, so we have the rest of the year to think about it. It's smooth, creamy and sweet and just makes us feel cozy. This eggnog fudge recipe is just the thing to try; it's like having a glass of eggnog in a treat. Some of the ingredients you will need for this dessert recipe include butter, eggnog, white sugar, white chocolate chips, and marshmallow cream. You will also need some vanilla extract and grated nutmeg.

To start, line a 9-inch by 9-inch pan with foil. Spray the pan with some non-stick cooking spray. Then in a medium saucepan, combine the butter, sugar, and eggnog. Bring the ingredients to a boil. Cook the ingredients until the temperature reaches 234 degrees with a candy thermometer. Remove the saucepan from the heat. Stir in the white chocolate until melted. Stir in the marshmallow cream, vanilla, and nutmeg. Then evenly spread into a prepared pan. You can garnish with some more grated nutmeg on top. This eggnog fudge recipe is a great dessert recipe to serve at dessert tables.

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You will find a variety of recipes on her site from appetizer recipes to breakfast recipes, cake recipes to brownie recipes, cookie recipes to main dish recipes and more. Some examples of dessert recipes on her site include Oreo Poke Cake Recipe and a fun blue cookie monster ice cream recipe. Along with an Oreo chocolate chip cookie recipe, and a homemade eggnog cupcake recipe. Main dish recipes you will find on the site include a pretzel pizza recipe, Buffalo chicken pizza recipe and a Margherita pizza recipe to try. Eggnog is typically made with milk or cream, sugar, and whipped eggs. It's the eggs that give egg nog the frothy texture we all love. Eggnog is popular to use with spirits like rum, brandy or bourbon. Egg nog tastes good garnished with some nutmeg or ground cinnamon. In the United States and Canada, you will find eggnog traditionally consumed from around American Thanksgiving holiday until after the Christmas season each year. Popular eggnog recipes like eggnog lattes and desserts. There are sure to be many people that would like to see the drink sold all year long.

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