Recipe#1 To Make Eggnog in A BlenderTake 2 eggs, 2 large egg yolks, 1/3 granulated sugar and put these ingredients in the blender. Blend until the sugar has dissolved properly, and then pour 1-1/3 cups whole milk, 2/3 cup heavy cream and blend until the desired texture is received. If the person is not going to serve the eggnog right away, then it is best to keep it in the refrigerator until it is chilled. This will also help all the flavors to come together. Serve the eggnog with ice or for children, grated nutmeg on the top.
If the eggnog is not for children, then adults can add 1/3 aged rum and 1/3 cup bourbon in the eggnog as well.
Recipe#2 To Make Eggnog in A BlenderEggnog is usually made around Christmas, but there is no rule that says it can’t be enjoyed any time of the year. If someone is having a party, and they want to serve eggnog, then there is an easy recipe for that. Take a medium saucepan and pour in 2 cups of heavy cream, ½ cup sugar and ¼ teaspoon nutmeg. Leave the ingredients to simmer. Take a blender and put 4 large eggs in it; blend for 1 minute at low speed. Add the mixture of the saucepan in the blender, while it is running, and blend it for 30 more seconds. After that, add ¾ cup brandy, and then serve warm to everyone. Also go and check out the how to make cotton candy with a blender- check this.
If someone wants more taste added to their eggnog, they can always add ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon, and 3 oz cognac. It won’t make any difference to the recipe, if superfine sugar or granulate sugar is used.
Can Too Much Eggnog Make You Sick?The eggnog, that is is bought from the store, is pasteurized. It is highly unlikely that people would get sick from drinking eggnog. However, if someone drinks too much eggnog, then they are also consuming cream that is high in fat. The consumption of too much fat can make a person sick.
Does Eggnog Make You Gain Weight?Eggnog is very high in calories; an 8 ounce of glass can carry 330-440 calories. If eggnog is consumed every week, then that could make a person gain weight. Even if there is no cream or ice cream on the top, the eggnog is still very high in calories.
Even though most store bought eggnogs use pasteurized eggs or no eggs at all, eggnogs should not be served to children under 2 years of age. Even if eggnog is made at home, it is still heavy, and won’t be suitable for children. Eggnog is a traditional drink for Christmas, and it should be done right!