Eggnog/Eierlikör Fan or not? That is the question here ;) There is not much in between! Either you like it or you hate it. Me, myself and I are huge fans of it, that’s why we try to incorporate eggnog/Eierlikör wherever possible. For example in these delicious Eggnog/Eierlikör Cheesecakes for Easter. I think with these cheesecakes you can convince people to come to the yellow side of life (instead of the dark side, u know?) :P
For today’s Cookie Friday I got some cookies for you with eggnog – or better said the German version of it: Eierlikör! I guess not everybody’s darling, but I like it a lot! Around Easter definitely, something you can find in our house everywhere and all the time. If you try one of these Eggnog Snickerdoodles you will agree – they are the best! ;)
Eierlikör is a must-have for Easter. Many people say it is something only grannies drink, but I think it is really delicious and can be used in so many ways! And if you make Eierlikör yourself, it is even better!
Eierlikör season definitely started here already! The weeks before Easter many blogs show recipes that use Eierlikör (eggnog) one way or another. My blog included ;) Right now basically every second recipe is made with this yellow super drink. For example this delicious Eierlikör Cheesecake with a tiny little whipped cream topping. Hmmmm…
I always look for new things to bake for Easter – this holiday is just perfect for everything baked. Better than Christmas :P For Easter you usually have the same (hopefully nice) people around you (like Christmas), there is a lot to eat, but (unlike Christmas) the weather is normally better, and you can go out to celebrate. That’s much better, right?! ;) This simple Eierlikör Gugelhupf (Bundt Cake) with Chocolate Glaze is one of my latest discovery for Easter. Great texture, fluffy and »moist« thanks to the Eierlikör. I know you don’t like the word »moist« but that’s just a fact ;P
I’m a big fan of eggnog. And Glühwein. And Punsch. And Feuerzangenbowle. Basically every alcoholic beverage you can get around Christmas :) But don’t worry – I’m not an alcoholic – it’s just nice to stand outside at a Christmas Market, the snow is falling and you have a (hot) beverage in your hands to warm your hands and stomach (and getting a bit tipsy) – isn’t it? :)
Hi, my name is Marc. I'm a graphic designer.
I love my job, but in between I love to bake and try new things in the kitchen. A lot of my friends and colleagues encourage me to bake - for a very simple reason: they get the leftovers - and it seems they like it most of the time ;)