Eggnog Custard - Review by Lindsay
Super easy to make! I was looking for an easy eggnog custard recipe and this was just right. I combined the ingredients using a blender and added a little extra cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract, and half the sugar. Topped with cinnamon sugar and nutmeg and cooked for the full 45 minutes.
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