No holiday party is complete without eggnog. Some people love it and some people hate it (although we dare to to dislike this Caribbean version made with coconut milk) but the truth is eggnog makes its rounds every year. So why not get creative and put a new spin on an old classic? We recommend making an eggnog cake.
What is eggnog cake?
Eggnog cake is made from a combination of homemade or storebought eggnog added to cake batter. Eggnog cake is especially delicious when spiked with rum but, naturally, the addition of alcohol is completely optional.
Below you'll find a variety of eggnog cake recipes designed to tantalize your taste buds. From an elaborate triple-layer eggnog cake to mini eggnog cupcakes, you'll find great ideas to experiment with in your own kitchen. Time to get baking!
Eggnog Cake with Eggnog Buttercream
This cake has a double dose of eggnog. It is included in the batter then used to prepare an exquisite icing. It's a must-try recipe!
Eggnog Cream Cake
This unique eggnog cake recipe calls for preparing a thick eggnog cream to use as an icing. The cake itself is cream based and yields a very rich flavor.
Mini Eggnog Cupcakes
Here is a fun way to dish up eggnog cake: by making tiny cupcakes topped with a creamy icing and sprinkles. Perfect for any holiday party!
Staff shortages are hitting the hospitality sector hard, prompting some restaurants to look outside the industry to train those without restaurant experience for life in the kitchen. Andrew Friedman finds out more.
The story of baked Alaska is much more than one of cake and ice cream. It’s a story of war and exile, scientific endeavour, and, depending on how you look at it, either political buffoonery or political astuteness.