Eggnog: One Of My Favourite Tipples At Christmas.
Every year at Christmas I treat myself to a bottle of Eggnog, it is one of my favourite drinks at this time of year.
Today I’m sharing a guest post on how to make your own yummy glasses full. Created by Masterchef winner Mat Follas accredited to the happy egg co.
Eggnog: One Of My Favourite Tipples At Christmas
6 happy eggs
60g caster sugar
1 tbsp vanilla extract
½ tsp grated nutmeg
150ml plain yogurt
You will need a cooking thermometer for this recipe.
Eggnog: One Of My Favourite Tipples At Christmas Method:
- Don’t be scared of raw eggs in eggnog; we gently cook them in this recipe.
- Place 4 happy eggs, 2 happy egg yolks, caster sugar and milk in a saucepan.
- Heat slowly whilst stirring continuously; bring the temperature up to 72°C then remove the saucepan from the heat and keep stirring until it has cooled to around 60°C, this will take about 5 minutes.
- Once it is below 60°C, pour the mixture through a sieve to capture any overcooked lumps.
- Add the vanilla extract and the nutmeg, stir and refrigerate the mixture.
- Once cool, add the plain yogurt and gently whisk together for a delicious and refreshing eggnog.
- You can add other flavours in place of the vanilla and nutmeg and/or use double cream in place of the yogurt.
- Adults might want to add some rum or bourbon too for a grown up drink.
Mat’s top tip:
- Use double cream instead of yogurt if you’re adding alcohol.
Recipe and photo credit by- Mat Follas and happy egg co