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It’s that time of year again – eggnog season! Junk food cravings come out in full force at this time of year and my kids are no different. In fact, they go all out for their eggnog cake cravings.
Normally, my kids would shy away from anything remotely sweet, but they love eggnog cake. I can never get them to eat the cake itself, but they will absolutely demolish a slice of it topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Every year, I have to make a new batch of eggnog cake because they take it so quickly.
This year, I decided to make a version of the cake that my Mom used to make when I was a kid. I mixed together eggnog, sugar, flour, cinnamon, and nutmeg and poured the batter into a Bundt cake pan. I baked the cake until it was a golden brown and then let it cool.
Icing the cake was a simple affair. I mixed together 2 cups of confectioners’ sugar, 1/2 cup of eggnog, and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract. I slowly added 1/4 cup of hot water and then whisked until the icing was smooth and creamy. Once the icing was refrigerated, I coated the top of the cake with it.
My kids loved the cake, and so did I. It was the perfect way to celebrate the end of eggnog season.
FAQ for Eggnog Cake
What is eggnog cake?
Eggnog cake is a dessert made from layers of cake, pudding, and whipped cream. It is usually topped with a caramel or nuts and raisins topping.
Where can I find eggnog cake?
Eggnog cake can be found at most dessert restaurants and grocery stores.
How much does eggnog cake cost?
Depending on the restaurant, eggnog cake can cost anywhere from $4 to $8.
What is the cake recipe for eggnog cake?
The cake recipe for eggnog cake is a standard cake recipe, but includes 1/2 cup of eggnog in the batter.
Can I make eggnog cake at home?
Yes, you can make eggnog cake at home by following the cake recipe listed above, but adding 1/2 cup of eggnog to the batter.
Do I have to use eggnog in the recipe?
Yes, you must use eggnog in the recipe for eggnog cake. If you do not have eggnog on hand, you can substitute heavy cream or milk.
What is the recommended serving size for eggnog cake?
The recommended serving size for eggnog cake is 1 slice.