I was going to post almost this exact recipe - a holiday favorite around here! :o)
This bread did come out beautiful and moist! However, I thought it lacked in flavor. I was really hoping for a bread that tasted a lot like eggnog and I don't think this delivered it. MPO.. I gave it two stars for very easy preparation..
I had my husband make this for me because I am not a baker. I don't even like to make pancakes. Something about having to deal with flour. Anyways, this was pretty good. We used walnuts and used those cherries that you put on top of ice cream.
Wowee.... I made this recipe exactly... however I used the large, paper muffin tin liners.. and made 'cupcakes' (for the lack of a better word). I only added 1/2 cup of chopped red glazed cherries. They are fabulous! However, what am I gonna do until next year 'Eggnog' season??? Darn! will sure miss these yummy cupcakes. Thanks MizzNezz :) rickie
I made this and used the baked bread/cake to make an eggnog trifle. It was wonderful. The crumbs left over were great on their own too. Thanks so much for posting.
My mom made this last Christmas and it is so moist and delicious. I plan on making this for Christmas this year to give away to friends for gifts.
I made this without the pecans, raisins, and cherries. I used part lowfat eggnog and part Silk Nog (because that's what I had), and replaced 1/2 c of the flour with whole wheat flour. Delish!!