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Very moist, but too sweet for me. Next time am using half the eggnog along with water. Glaze should be lightly drizzled, put remainder in a little creamer pitcher on the side for guests to add over their slices.

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lehuanani December 25, 2013

The flavor of this was delicious, but my cake came out a bit dry. Nonetheless, it tasted good and the glaze was spectacular!!

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cblwolf December 18, 2013

Delicious! Even non noggers liked this. Thanks for posting!

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Lucky in Bayview January 21, 2012

I made this for Christmas Day and it was very good. I did put 3 shots of Captain Morgan Rum in the cake mix. Which was white because I didn't have any more yellow cake mix. I decorated with holiday sprinkles. Will be making this every season. Thanks for a great reciepe.

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seal angel December 27, 2011

I made this today for our family's Christmas Eve get together & it was enjoyed by all who tried it:) The glaze cant be beat and I may even add a bit more eggnog next time. I used 3 eggs (box instructions) and a cup & a half of eggnog. Borden is my favorite brand although I'm sure the store brand would be fine too (its thicker than the Borden in my neck of the woods anyway). Thanks for sharing. The glaze makes ALOT so if you like icing, this is your recipe:)

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Ang11002 December 24, 2011

I had to use coconut pudding instead of vanilla and it was very good. I made a whipped topping with Cool Whip/ Instant pudding mix/eggnog to thin; and this went very well with the cake. Thanks for a great recipe! My son loved it.

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dawnie2u December 18, 2011

I just pulled this out of the oven and the little bite I took tasted WONDERFUL! I also couldn't find a pudding in the mix cake mix so I also used a regular yellow cake mix. The mix called for 1 cup of water for which I subbed eggnog but I wound up having to add more eggnog because the mixture was really stiff and wouldn't pour. It also baked weird and when I took it out of the bundt pan, it looked like a mushroom. I'm not sure if I did something or if it just happened this way somehow. But the taste cannot be beat. I will be happily serving it for Thanksgiving tomorrow. Thanks for posting! UPDATE: Everyone loved this cake! I had a little bit left over after Thanksgiving and it stayed moist in the fridge for a little over a week. I think it will becoming a regular Thanksgiving tradition in our home.

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PSU Lioness December 14, 2011

Delicious! I couldn't find 'pudding in the mix,' so used a regular yellow cake mix. Also, I didn't have time to make the glaze, so I dusted the cake with powdered sugar. Thanks!

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Madame Blueberry January 01, 2011

This was a very nice addition to my Christmas treat baskets this year. The amount of eggnog flavor was perfect and the cake was moist and beautiful. Thank you.

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MizEmerilLagasse January 01, 2011

This is really good. I used a chocolate cake mix instead of yellow. The two flavors blended really well. It still had an eggnog taste to it as well as chocolate. . I followed the recipe for the cake part as written. It was nice and moist. I didn't make the glaze. I used chocolate icing instead. This cake is easy to make. I like making cake using cake mixes as a base. I will be making this again. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Merry Christmas!!

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AuntWoofieWoof December 22, 2009
Eggnog Bundt Cake