Molasses Eggnog

Servings: 2-4 serving(s)

Prep time: 5 minutes

Total time: 5 minutes

molasses eggnog

 

Molasses Eggnog

Ingredients:

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 Tbsp Fancy Molasses
  • 500 mL 17% cream
  • 2 Tbsp rum
  • Fresh grated nutmeg

Directions:

  1. Mix all the ingredients in a blender on high speed. To thicken the eggnog, add a couple of ice cubes to the blender.
  2. Serve with grated nutmeg on top.

Do you prefer something that tastes a bit like eggnog but is less rich? Try our easy recipe for Hot Spiced Milk with Molasses.

hot milk with gingerbread spices and molasses

10 thoughts on “Molasses Eggnog

  1. Nancy Pakkala says:

    Is that millimeters of cream,? if so how much is that in cups or tbsps? Sounds delicious!

    1. Kim says:

      It is 500 milliliters or 2 cups.

      1. Bridget Oland says:

        Hi Kim, You could use 2 cups or 500 ml. The smidgen less of milk in 2 cups won’t harm the recipe.

  2. Lynn Hussey says:

    Bizarre! I was with my sick little grandniece yesterday and told her about my aunt making us a glass of cold milk with molasses stirred into it when we were little; she loved it; today these recipes pop up. We were brought up on Crosby’s Molasses and I’ll always love it!

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Lynn, Isn’t that funny. Timely recipe for chilly weather I guess.

  3. Ali says:

    I thought eggs were unsafe to consume raw. Am I misinformed??

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Ali, This is an old time recipe, the way eggnog used to be made. Your message makes me think I should test a cooked version of this…

      1. Doris says:

        If you heat up the cream to just before boiling and then mix in the eggs it would be ok.You can then cool it after everything is mixed in .

  4. Doreen says:

    Love be these recipes! Remind me of when Mom and I made molasses goodies for Christmas !! Yummy !!

    Could you let us know the amount of servings each recipe makes ?

    Doreen

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Doreen, I’m so pleased these recipes bring back memories. And thanks for reminding me to include yield. I know it’s always helpful.

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