I first tested it on me & my husband to see if it would make a good Christmas food gift. A definite YES! Made one recipe & divided it in 4 mini loaf pans. After cooling, wrapped in clear wrap, tied with a pretty ribbon & put a gift label on each one. A big hit. One elderly gentleman ate it all in one sitting. I will definitely make this again.
Eggnog Pound Cake
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Suzanne4017 Posted: 01/13/10
Genasis Posted: 12/22/09
This recipe was so simple and so very delicious. Great recipe for eggnog lovers such as myself. Great Christmas gift too!
JillHP Posted: 11/22/10
YUM! This tastes just like Christmas. Looks like a traditional pound cake, but then you're hit with the rich, creamy, decadence of egg nog. Must try!
CookingChemist Posted: 12/14/10
I love this recipe. It is so easy to make, travels well and makes a great impression. One of those great take-along gifts for visiting. Add a little green or red sugar on top for a festive treat or perfect gift. I've also used the batter to make mini cupcakes for my cookie platters - worked wonderfully (just watch cooking time, it bakes quickly in small containers).
jchphd78 Posted: 12/18/11
I tried this recipe after a friend gave me some homemade eggnog. Not a big fan of eggnog but did not want to thow it out since she had obviously made this with love and wonderful ingredients. The eggnog pound cake was a wonderful and delicious solution. Came together very quickly, and gave a moist and flavorful cake. Also used the mini loaf pans and froze some for later (freezes very well). And I could tell my friend how wonderful her eggnog was! Which is good because she now gives me some every year!
muddeare Posted: 12/08/11
If you have ever had real pound cake then you would instantly know this is from a box
CookJes Posted: 12/16/12
Is there anyway you could make this without a pound cake mix?
pennyv Posted: 12/09/12
Read the reviews before preparing the cake. Folded in the zest of an orange and 1 cup chopped fresh cranberries after mixing the ingredients. Also used Light eggnog. Great results. So easy to make, and enjoyed by all.
Coffeepoet Posted: 12/14/12
This is a light, delicious treat to have with coffee or as dessert. I used reduced fat eggnog to save calories. The eggnog flavor is not excessive--just right. I baked it in two 8 X 4 pans and it cooked in 45 minutes. If you use smaller pans, it will likely be baked even sooner so be sure to check it.