I doubled the recipe and then slow cooked mine on the stove - also I sprinkled cinnamon and nutmeg on top. (yum) It was very tasty but VERY rich. My kids certainly didn't complain but I couldn't get through more than half a bowl of it. Next time I will use half milk, half eggnog.
We were out of milk this morning but had eggnog in the fridge.I made this for me and my two toddlers we all loved it! Thanks for a wonderful recipe.
Favorites of 2008 Tag: AWESOME oatmeal!! Made it for breakfast this morning!! Was a hit!
MMMMM-mmmmm. This was really good and also like you mentioned ....a good way to use up some eggnog. I did add a handful of dark raisins. :-) Thanks for a winner/keeper!
I'm also on the hunt for using up leftover eggnog. This was a great choice. As another reviewer mentioned, it is rich, so it fits in nicely with the holiday feasting! I used low fat eggnog, topped with a dash of nutmeg and omitted the raisins. Thanks for sharing!
Great use for leftover holiday eggnog. Tastes quite rich, so not something I would eat all the time but definitely for times when I want to splurge. I used lowfat eggnog and sprinkle the top with fresh grated nutmeg. Thanks.
Very good, very creamy, and definitely tastes like eggnog! I made it with low fat soy nog on the stove. I doubled this recipe, and it made enough for one person (who eats fairly light at breakfast). Yum!
I wholeheartedly agree with the other eggnog lovers that this is a five star recipe. I used low fat eggnog and sprinkled extra nutmeg on top.
Coming from an eggnog fan .. I loved it!
Hello... EggNog Addict Here! Loved this! Note: It's not a dish to win-over the Non-Eggnog lovers of the house (because the taste is so strong) but it is super yummy for those who can appreciate this great drink. I Dusted the top with a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg and used LF eggnog and it worked wonderfully.