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I started making homemade Eggnog liqueur filled in cute bottles a few years ago. It was always very difficult for me to find Christmas presents that would suit my loved ones
Since then, this Eggnog liqueur bottles, or Carafes, have been a hit under the Christmas tree. Each bottle comes with a nicely wrapped ribbon
The traditional Eierlikör, also called Advocaat in Dutch, is an alcoholic beverage made of egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk and rum or brandy. The rich and creamy drink has a smooth, custard like consistency.
Typically, the alcohol content of the finished Eggnog Liqueur is between 14% and 20% ABV.
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While the Eggnog Liqueur is still a classic companion to an afternoon cup of coffee on Sundays to our parents and grandparents, the yellow classic has now also conquered bars and coffee houses.
Young people in particular mix drinks with this gold alcoholic liquid, refine their coffee or bake an Eggnog Liqueur Cake or muffins and cupcakes with an Eggnog cream as a topping. Creamy smoothies with Eggnog Liqueur are also a special treat. On Christmas markets you’ll find the hot version, an Eggnog Liqueur Punsch
Eierlikör or Eggnog liqueur
- 20 Egg yolks
- 4 cups evaporated milk, no sugar, (can be substituted with whole cream)
- 3 cups brown Jamaica Rum or Brandy 40 to 54% VOL
- 4.5 cups powdered sugar
- 2 tsp Vanilla extract
This rich and creamy drink has a smooth, custard like consistency. Typically, the alcohol content of the finished Eggnog Liqueur is between 14% and 20% ABV.
- Fill a larger saucepan with a third of water and bring it to a boil, then reduce the heat.
- In the meantime, add the egg yolks to the medium steel bowl or saucepan.
- Gradually add the powdered sugar and whisk.
- Slowly add the condensed milk, Rum (or Brandy) and Vanilla extract and stir.
- Place the medium bowl or saucepan with the egg-milk mixture onto the large saucepan with the water.
- Slowly heat the stacked pans for about 10 to 15 minutes, stirring constantly until the liqueur becomes thick and try to avoid lumps.
- Stir the liqueur constantly while heating!
- It is very important that he does not boil!
- Fill the egg liqueur into sterilized bottles.
- The bottles can be stored in the refrigerator or in a cool, dark place for up to a year, as long it is not opened.
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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