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Eggnog Bread

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  Eggnog 1 Cup (16 tbs)
  Warm water 1⁄3 Cup (4.8 tbs)
  Vanilla extract 1⁄4 Teaspoon
  Egg 1
  Organic sugar 4 Tablespoon
  Cold cut up butter/Margarine 3 Tablespoon
  Wheat 4 Cup (64 tbs) (Freshly Milled Hard White Variety)
  Salt 1 Teaspoon
  Nutmeg 1⁄2 Teaspoon
  Yeast/Instant yeast 1 1⁄2 Teaspoon (Bread machine)
  Fruit 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs) (Dried Or Candied, Of Your Choice)

Place items in breadmachine in order written. Set to bread dough
setting and make sure the 'fruit and nut' beep/indicator is ON!

When notified add dried fruit of your choosing. We like Organic
Cranberries and Organic Dates (as you'll see in the video).
After first rise and punch down, shape into loaf and let rise until

Bake in 350 degree oven for 18-20 minutes, checking for done by
tapping top for that hollow sound.

This is great toasted or as french toast, in smaller loaves as
gifts or as a bread pudding (if it lasts that long).

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Not a big fan of making fruit cake, I wanted something festive as a gift and a switch for french toast. This is what happened! I hope you enJOY!! Best Blessings! Donna Miller
with holiday season around the corner it is always a good idea to keep some quick recipes handy. Watch this video to see how the chef combines a couple of basic ingredients to make a tempting eggnog bread recipe. Perfect for those who do not like making fruit cake!

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Nutrition Rank

Nutrition Facts

Serving size: Complete recipe

Calories 3524 Calories from Fat 655

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 75 g115.5%

Saturated Fat 39.3 g196.4%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 466.6 mg155.5%

Sodium 2178.7 mg90.8%

Total Carbohydrates 659 g219.6%

Dietary Fiber 90.8 g363.1%

Sugars 92 g

Protein 100 g200.8%

Vitamin A 41.5% Vitamin C 31.6%

Calcium 63.7% Iron 194.4%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet


Anna M. Lotito's picture
Donna.Miller's picture
Hi! I put instructions into my comments (thinking it was a reply) - hopefully you can see them there. Plus instructions for the French Toast. Best Blessings! Donna
foodpsychologist's picture
Could you please tell how do you make a French toast with this holiday eggnong bread ?
Donna.Miller's picture
Sorry, still learning how all this goes at ifood! I put the reply in my comments section above. Best Blessings! Donna
ifoodiee's picture
It looks delicious..but i dont have a bread machine you have detailed instructions on how to go about baking the Holiday Eggnog Bread without a bread making machine
Donna.Miller's picture
Hi Thanks for leaving a comment.... I replied but it's IN my commnents (still learning all the bells and whistles here). So here are the instructions within the comment section. Best Blessings! Donna
Donna.Miller's picture
Lacking a breadmachine the instructions are: Combine all wet ingredients plus sugar and yeast first in a LARGE bowl, mix to disolve sugar. (not salt yet) Combine fruits, nuts and all remaining ingredients (spices, salt etc) with flour and make sure they are well mixed. Adding 1 cup at a time of flour mixture mix into the wet, the dough will be sticky and become more 'bread dough' like with each cup. Once all combined, turn out onto a floured surface and knead for a minimum of 10 minutes. Let rise, covered in a well greased bowl until doubled in size. Punch down to release ALL air bubbles, flatten and roll up like in the video and the rest is the same! Have fun and enJOY! Best Blessings! Donna
Donna.Miller's picture
About the French Toast...(o: In a shallow baking dish combine approx 4 eggs, 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1/2 C milk. Mix well. Heat griddle and have it sprayed/greased and ready to go. Place each slice of Holiday Eggnog Bread in the mix for 30 seconds then flip for 30 seconds to the other side. Transfer to griddle and turn over when they've gotten golden brown. Serve with syrup and enJOY! Best Blessings! Donna
Liz  Terry's picture
Hi Donna! This looks delicious and I am getting ready to try it out this Christmas. Since I don't have instant yeast, but just the dry powdered kind, could you say how much I should use to replace the instant yeast? Looking forward to hearing from you! Blessings, Liz
ifoodiee's picture
Hey Donna,, thanks a lot for the reply and the instructions..i am sure its gonna be fun to follow your posts in ifood..looking forward for more...
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