Eggnog Salad Mold
- Ready In:
- Drain oranges, reserving juice.
- Add water to juice to make 1-1/4 cups.
- Heat until boiling and dissolve Jello.
- Add brandy or rum and eggnog.
- Chill until slightly thick.
- Fold in orange sections and pour into a 3-cup mold.
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Out of this world creamy goodness!!! You might think the lemon and eggnog does not go together but it is fantastic. I made this to serve at our Christmas dinner and it was a hit. I'm going to freeze my nog 3/4 cup measurements so I can make this throughout the year. I will be making this again. Thank you for sharing this great recipe!
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