Cooked Homemade Eggnog Recipe – Easy, Delicious With No Raw Eggs by Rockin Robin


Homemade eggnog is delicious and easy to make. Perfect for Christmas or anytime.
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Today I am going to show you how to make eggnog without the worry of eating raw eggs. Cooking the egg nog only takes a few minutes.

Why take the chance on getting someone sick when you don’t have to. I know I am not comfortable serving my guests raw eggs. I know the risk is small but imagine how bad you would feel if someone got sick?

This eggnog recipe is so much better than store bought and the ingredients are pure (assuming you read labels and buy quality ingredients). There are no artificial flavors, fillers or high fructose corn syrup in this recipe. The only way to know is to read those labels.

I buy organic heavy cream and whole milk. If I’m going to make this, I make it with the best ingredients I can buy. I only do it once or twice a year (Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years) and it comes out decadent. Okay so that was three times a year but whose counting?

This recipe is delicious. Use whole nutmeg like I explain in the video. It’s like night and day compared to ground nutmeg you buy in a jar.

I forgot to mention alcohol in the video so I will mention it here. My version is non alcoholic. Yes you can add brandy, rum or whatever you like if you want to do that.

This recipe makes 2 to 3 servings:
Ingredients:
2 eggs
1/3 cup sugar
2/3 cup whole milk
2/3 cup heavy whipping cream
1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/4 tsp. fresh ground nutmeg

Directions:
Mix the eggs and sugar in a bowl with a whisk.

In a heavy bottom sauce pan add the whole milk and use a candy thermometer. Heat the milk on low and stir occasionally until the temperature reaches 160 degrees F. Don’t let it boil.

Once the milk reaches 160 degrees F. pour it slowly while whisking into the eggs. This is called tempering the eggs so they don’t scramble.

Once combined, pour the mixture back into the sauce pan and let it simmer on low heat until the temperature reaches 160 degrees F. It’s done when the egg mixture coats the back of a spoon.

Turn off the heat and set the mixture aside. In another bowl combine the heavy whipping cream and the vanilla and beat with the whisk until it thickens. You don’t want to whip it completely stiff.

Pour the whipping cream into the egg mixture and stir until well combined. Grate the nutmeg into the egg nog and stir to combine.

Pour the eggnog through a strainer into another bowl to remove any lumps. Refrigerate the eggnog until it is cold before drinking. Add rum or brandy at this point if you wish.

Here is the ingredient list for 6 servings:

6 eggs
3/4 to 1 cup of sugar
2 cups whole milk
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 – 3/4 tsp. fresh ground nutmeg

I hope you enjoy this recipe. Try it for Christmas and New Year’s!

Happy New Year,
Rockin Robin
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20 comments

  1. I use a hand mixer to beat Eggs thoroughly then pour into a 5-quart T-Fal Dutch Oven turn the flame on low and Stir it rapidly with a Angle Head Turner until the Eggs steam for a few minutes then I add My cream and seasoning mix into that. I’m pretty sure that would keep longer than the traditional raw recipe in the fridge.

  2. eggnogg es una imitacion rompope de mexico.
     auque nunca se toma en navidad solo para acompañar los buñuelos untado.

    eggnogg te apuesto que fue una bebida llevada por los emigrantes mexicanos. rompope
    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rompope.

    eggnogg
    y es una tradicion conteporania de los ultimos tiempos de EEUU pero antes ni la tomaban.

    esta como planta de noche buena es una plata mexicana. y la fomenta como propia de EEUU.
    hay gringos siempre fomentado la cultura tradicional de otros paises como propia.
    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euphorbia_pulcherrima

    asi tambien en mexico se adopto el pino de navidad de EEUU y se combino con el nacimiento. ahora los gringos estan adoptando el nacimiento dentro de sus casas, tradiciones de los mexicanos en navidad.
    en norte mexico se celebra mas la navidad y en sur se celebra mas 6 de reyes con la tracional rosca de reyes tanto una como otra fiesta con su respetiva piñata y bolsa de dulces. y tronando cohetes.
    asi tambien el pavo que en realidad es huajolote es originario de mexico y los gringos lo fomenran como propio.
    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pavo_dom%C3%A9stico
    y tu gobieno EEUU sin edentidad propia.esta creando documentales falsos como peliculas para dar a conocer como propias son muy falsos.
    esta como los vaqueros los llaman como propios siendo que los verdaderos son los mexicanos.

    https://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cowboy

  3. I have never had eggnog before (it’s not common in this part of the world) yet wanted to taste it. Stumbled upon your video while i was looking for a cooked version of an eggnog recipe and here i found it. Made it last night with one egg+milk+ 1tsp of sugar+nutmeg+cinnamon+vanilla extract and i added about 50ml Brandy to make it little boozy :). Didn’t have cream at home so made it without. I have heard that eggnog is something that you either like or hate. I must say i liked it, except for teeny bit of eggy flavor of it, which i could have minimized if i added bit more nutmeg i believe. Will make it again. Thanks for this! Merry Christmas to you and the family!

  4. Hola, sweet adorable Robin. Your eggnog look simply beautiful. I am thankful to be a loyal subscriber to your adorable channel. What’s your best tip for cutting deviled eggs? Have a good day, sweet adorable Robin. Never stop believing in dreams, sweetie. <3

  5. I’VE DONE THIS B4 U DO NOT HAVE TO TEMPER THE EGGS.IT’S LIKE PASTA ADD THE EGGS TO THE MILK & BRING ALL 2GETHER & KEEP STIRRING.I DO THIS 4 ALOT OF RECIPES THAT CALL 4 TEMPERING & IT ALWAYS WORKS OUT.TRY IT.ADD THE MILK,EGGS,& SUGAR KEEP WHISKING & STIRRING TOGETHER.THE EGGS COME UP TO TEMP WITH THE MILK.PLACE ON LOW OR SIMMER NO HIGHER THAN THAT.I’VE MADE THIS W/WHITE CHOCOLATE B/C I RAN OUT OF SUGAR WORKED OUT PERFECTLY JUST NOT TOO MUCH CHOCOLATE ABOUT A HANDFUL OR 1/8 C. OR 1/4C.DEPENDING ON HOW SWEET U LIKE IT.I ADDED ALMOND MILK INSTEAD OF HEAVY CREAM & REG.MILK.ADD COOL WHIP AT THE END.FOR PASTA SAME THING THINK OF IT LIKE CAMPBELLS CHICKEN SOUP IT’S IN THAT BROTH ON THE SHELF FOR A VERY LONG TIME.

  6. Hi, I’m from England, we can’t get Eggnog in the shops over here. This will be the third christmas I’ve used your recipe. I make an alcoholic one and a non-alcoholic one – there’s always been someone having a baby in our family and I don’t like to leave them out, also it cooks the eggs, so they can have some too. We have a huge family and they absolutely love this eggnog, so thank you for making this video! Merry Christmas to you and your family 😀

  7. Eggnog is my absolute favorite and as a kid i was always disheartened that I couldn’t go out and get it in spring since it’s seasonal. this seems like a lot of fun to make~! thank you!

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