Home made eggnog

Christmas is a time of remembering family traditions and sharing them with friends.  This is a recipe my Mom taught me as a little girl, it is so delicious, my niece who is a new Mom reminded me about it.

Home made eggnog (healthier version)

2 cups 1% or skim milk (we used whole milk as kids)

2 eggs

sweeten with stevia, sugar, raw sugar or  pure maple syrup

blend until smooth and cinnamon and enjoy

Teach your kids so that they can pass this on to their kids, they will always remember it.

Are you looking for a breakfast tradition,  this is one that I started a few years after  my husband and I got together.  The kids (all adults now) still come home for breakfast Christmas morning.

Bacon/cheese fingers

Place oven rack on the top shelf of the oven for broiling, turn oven on to broil

Take 5 or so slices of bread, spread cheeze whiz or no name cheese spread on the bread and cut the bread into 3 fingers, place them on a cookie sheet

Crisp up a package of chicken bacon in a frying pan (no need to add oil),   cook to your desired crispiness. (cut the strips in half so they fit on the fingers)

add a slice of bacon to each finger.  Place them under the  broil until the cheese is bubbling, about 30 to 45 seconds.  WATCH THEM CAREFULLY, they won’t take long to burn.

Cinnamon buns

Take a package of  Pillsbury Cinnamon Grand rolls,

Cut the raw buns into quarters,

Peel, core, and chop one apple

place the raw cut up buns pieces and apple pieces into a small baking dish and bake for the recommended time.

Whip up some eggnog sit down with your kids, spouse, parents,  and enjoy!


About kellypriebe

Greetings! I am a small business owner in the community of Owen Sound in Ontario. I recently opened a tanning salon in Owen Sound and have been hearing a lot of "chatter" about indoor tanning and I want to let as many people that I can reach learn about the benefits of indoor tanning vs outdoor tanning. Education on tanning benefits as essential for the decision maker! Live, Laugh, Love Kelly
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