Eggnog Coffee Cake

  • tinman640 Posted: 01/03/14
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    Just read the introduction to this recipe "We know that usually there's no such thing as leftover eggnog. If you do, by chance, have some to spare, get to work making this must-try breakfast treat. It's heaven on a plate". This recipe is just what I needed to use my leftover eggnog - so where's the eggnog????? Do you substitute eggnog for the milk and sour cream = 3/4 cup?????

  • JenniferB Posted: 01/23/14
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    I used a 2 inch high, 8 inch round cake pan and it did not overflow. You must use a cake pan with higher sides or it will overflow. I had to bake it a little longer than the recipe indicated. It was delicious. Best served warm!

  • NPetruszak Posted: 12/18/13
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    I was suspicious when reading this recipe as to whether an 8" cake pan would be big enough, though I went with what the directions said. It ended up overflowing, burning on the bottom of the oven and taking an additional 25 minutes to bake. Definitely use at least a 9" pan. The cake was tasty, just didn't plan on having to clean the oven.

  • Fortyninermom Posted: 12/23/13
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    Ok read the previous post and put it in a 8 inch square baking pan.Came out perfect and took the full 30 min to bake.

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