Holiday Eggnog Waffles

Start your day off right with this easy recipe for Holiday Eggnog Waffles. Eggnog Waffles are made easy with a boxed buttermilk complete pancake and waffle mix, purchased non-alcohol eggnog and topped with warmed canned whole-berry cranberry sauce. You can also serve these waffles with warmed maple syrup or any flavored syrup you like.

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 A Word About Eggnog

Eggnog is a homogeneous blend of milk or cream, beaten eggs, sugar, nutmeg and usually Liquor of some kind such as: Rum, Brandy or Whiskey. Liquor-free eggnog has long been served to convalescents and growing children as a tonic…(*Say What?) Some eggnog is made by separating the eggs and stiffly beating the whites before adding them to the milk mixture, producing an airier brew. Commercial eggnog is alcohol-free and can be found year-round in some locations.

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Favorite Brand

For the recipe use your favorite brand of commercial eggnog. Eggnog has become a holiday favorite in recent years and for good reason. It tastes good, eggnog is a great addition to recipes where milk, buttermilk or a milk substitute is listed as an ingredient. Add eggnog to scones, waffle or pancake batter. Pour a small amount of eggnog on your morning oatmeal. With so many different brands on the market today, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a carton at your local grocery store. Like a certain brand? Use it in this recipe:)

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Holiday Eggnog Waffles

Perfect for Christmas Morning
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Ingredients

  • 2 cups buttermilk complete pancake and waffle mix
  • 1 1/2 cups eggnog
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 16 oz can whole-berry cranberry sauce

Instructions
 

  • Place pancake/waffle mix into a large bowl.
  • Add eggnog, vanilla extract and oil. Whisk together just until moistened.
  • Set aside for 10 minutes.
  • Empty can of whole-berry sauce into a small glass bowl, microwave for 60 to 90 seconds to warm.
  • Stir waffle mixture. Pour desired amount of batter into lightly greased waffle iron.
  • Bake until steaming stops and light turns green. Remove waffles from waffle irons.
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