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Sunday, December 07, 2008

EggNog French Toast

Hubby likes EggNog especially around this time of the year...makes him feel the spirit of the Holidays more...
From eggnog french toast
I, however, never did develop any liking to it, and neither have my kids...
Problem is, my husband can only drink about a cup or so, then he will not finish a whole jug (even if one as small as this). I thought of other ways to use it. I thought it would probably be good used for making french toast, since french toast is basically made from stale bread dipped in a mixture of egg, milk, nutmeg and cinnamon. I looked at the ingredients of eggnog once, and it was not too different.

Making french toast this way made me tolerate eggnog...even my kids like them.

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