Here are eggnog recipes for your family to enjoy this Christmas. One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is Eggnog. I love eggnog. I love Eggnog Lattes, Eggnog Pancakes and Eggnog Pie.
When Starbucks start their holiday beverages Eggnog Lattes with a touch of oat milk is my favorite holiday drink.
I stock my fridge with Califia eggnog creamer and eggnog. A little bit of eggnog creamer in my morning coffee is delicious. Today as I was laying in bed enjoying my eggnog coffee and I started thinking – what else would be yummy with eggnog?
Grandma Eunice always made eggnog pie as a family Christmas tradition. I have tried to follow her recipe but mine don’t usually come out the same. She had much more experience and perfected her recipe over the years.
I have created a more simplified version of eggnog pie including a ready made crust and store made eggnog. This boy mom is always on the go so I take my shortcuts where I can get them.
This morning I decided to try Eggnog pancakes and they were delicious. I used Whole New Mom’s recipe and adapted it.
I make mine gluten and dairy free. Feel free to use your favorite flour and milk of your choice.
Eggnog Pancakes Recipe
- Kitchenaid Mixer
- Pancake Griddle
- 3 cups Flour of Choice
- 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
- 4 ½ tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp salt
- ¼ cup Sugar of choice I used Swerve sugar substitute. You can also use granulated sugar, honey or syrup.
- 1 ½ cups eggnog I use Califia Eggnog creamer or Eggnog
- 2 eggs
- ¼ cup Coconut Oil
- Heat pancake griddle on medium high heat.
- I place my coconut oil on the pan as it heats to return to a liquid.
- Combine flour, pumpkin pie spice, baking powder, salt and sugar in a large mixing bowl. Whisk to combine.
- Combine eggnog, eggs and coconut oil in a small bowl. Beat with mixer until smooth.
- Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients. Add wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix until just combined.
- Add additional dry ingredients until pancake batter is the desired consistency.
- Let the batter rest for 15 - 20 minutes before cooking.
- I use this time to clean the kitchen and make bacon and eggs.
- Reduce heat of griddle to medium.
- Rub coconut oil on the griddle so pancakes don’t stick.
- Pour ¼ cup of pancake batter on the griddle for each pancake.
- When bubbles pop in the center of the pancake, they are ready to flip.
- Cook on the reverse side until golden brown.
- Serve and enjoy your Eggnog Pancakes.
More Eggnog Recipes:
I think later this afternoon I’ll make an eggnog loaf cake.
Did I tell you I like eggnog? I hope you enjoy these eggnog recipes.
Here are some more eggnog recipes that I want to try: https://pin.it/5tWk561
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