Three Ingredient Eggnog Flan

Eggnog Flan

Confession time: I hate eggnog. I have tried, really tried. I have even made my own, thinking it would be better made at home. Still not a fan. There is just something too thick and cloying about the texture of the stuff – they should call it “sludge-nog.” Not even my culinary super hero Alton Brown could convert me with his School of Hard Nogs episode.

Imagine my surprise when a friend recently brought over some delicious flan and we played the “Guess the Ingredients” game . . . and the answer was my holiday nemesis: eggnog! This flan is a one of those last-minute, get it on the table pronto and make it seem like you have been slaving for hours dishes. A five year old could make this dish – and by that I mean her five year old helped her!

Happy Meatless Mondays to all my Shortcut Frugal Friends!

THREE INGREDIENT EGGNOG FLAN

Serves 8; 20 minute prep time; 50 minute cook time

2/3 cup sugar
4 cups eggnog (store purchased is fine)
6 large eggs

Preheat oven to 325 degrees.

In a large skillet over medium heat, bring sugar and 1/4 cup water to a boil. Reduce heat slightly and simmer for 5 to 7 minutes, until dark brown, swirling occasionally but not stirring.

Remove from heat and pour into 8 one-cup ramekins.

Whisk the eggnog and eggs together until smooth. Add a tiny bitof nutmeg if desired. Pour the eggnog mixture evenly into the ramekins.

Place filled ramekins into a large roasting pan. Fill pan around ramekins with hot water.

Bake for 40 to 50 minutes, until almost set in center. Remove from oven and let cool to room temperature. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.

Run knife blade around edges of ramekins and then invert them onto serving plates.

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— posted by Donna

Comments

    • says

      Wow Munira – I am so thrilled that your flan was a hit! This is one of the best things for me about doing a food blog – having people make and enjoy our recipes. Thanks for the feedback!

  1. says

    I love eggnog and have often thought about turning it into a flan – this looks and sounds amazing! I make a french toast out of eggnog as well …. it is sinful.

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