By Connie C. on November 27, 2008
Photo by CoffeeB
Photo by CoffeeB
"I worried a bit about these as I've never heard of an eggnog cookie. Happened across his recipe in an old cookbook. They are a very moist cookie. My family loved them!"
Serving Size: 1 (24 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
"These were pretty good. I think they could use just a pinch of salt. Mine turned out much flatter than the ones in the picture, so maybe I needed a bit more flour. I did use 1 1/4 c whole wheat flour and 1 c white flour."
"Another delicious recipe! I made just as directed except replaced 1 1/4 cups of the flour with whole wheat flour. My son LOVED them....we did too!! Will make again!"
"these were pretty good. a little boring. i sprinkled some sugar and nutmeg on some before baking. the others i put some white chocolate on. good texture and subtle taste though. i too used silk nog."
"These are really good and quite easy to put together. I used soy nog and white wheat flour, because it is what I had. These had a very slight eggnog flavor (which could be because of the soy nog) but were very much enjoyed by us all. Thanks!"
"These are really good. I thought they tasted better the next day. These are definetly a keeper. It would make a nice holiday cookie. Thanks for a great recipe!"
"Everyone loved these! The nutmeg sprinkled on top is a step that shouldn't be skipped. Used Horizon organic lowfat eggnog, and the amount of eggnog flavor in the finished cookie was perfect. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"These were delicious! You could taste the eggnog and nutmeg, but it wasn't overpowering. I dipped mine in cinnamon sugar rather than dusting with nutmeg and they came out like snickerdoodles."
"What a lovely holiday cookie recipe. MY DS loves eggnog and so when I came upon this recipe I just knew I had to give it a go. The eggnog flavor comes thru nicely along with the addition of the spices. This is a keeper for the CHRISTmas time cookie trays and I thank-you for posting. Made for NewKids on the Block tag game~"