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This has a wonderful flavor and very rich, but tricky - first attempt came out very sticky.
This is based on a recipe at Recipegirl:

Posted by KMOM14 from Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States • Published See KMOM14's 367 projects »
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  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 1
    Step 1

    The original recipe called for and 8x8 or 9x9 inch pan and lining the pan the aluminum foil in the pan, overlapping the edges, then coating the sides with non-stick coating spray. I tried this using an 8x8 in. pan and non-stick coating spray and I would recommend using a 9x12 cake pan and not lining it with aluminum as the pieces were too thick in the small pan and the aluminum foil stuck horribly to the fudge and it was a pain picking off the small pieces.

  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 2
    Step 2

    In 3-qt or larger pan add sugar, butter (or margarine) and eggnog. Boil on medium heat until it comes to a roilling boil then continue boiling, stirring constantly for 8 to 10 minutes. Is best to use a candy thermometer and bring to 234 degrees. The original recipe advised to use a wooden spoon, so I did.

  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 3
    Step 3

    Stir in white chocolate chips and nutmeg until all the pieces are melted.

  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 4
    Step 4

    Add in the marshmallow creme and rum extract and mix together.

  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 5
    Step 5

    Mix until well blended and remove from heat. If you have ever seen the movie "Ghostbusters" it will sort of look like the thick gooey marshmallow slime that covered everything after the StaPuft Marshmallow man was destroyed.

  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 6
    Step 6

    Pour into pan and prinkle lightly with nutmeg for garnishment. (Pic is of the first batch - it came right up to the rim and the 8x8 pan is about 3-4 inches deep)

  • How to make fudge. Eggnog Fudge - Step 7
    Step 7

    I placed mine in the refrigerator until cool. Once cool, cut into squares and store in covered container.

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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 373 projects
Good explanation of what eggnog is by TK Rainy above. I have never heard of advaakart and couldn't find it in when I googled it so I don't know if is similar.

I live in the US and eggnog is readily available in the dairy case, but it doesn't sound like it is in other parts of the world. Cat Morely posted a recipe on here for eggnog if you want to try it: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/eggnog

If you have never had it is sort of sweet and creamy like a milkshake, but not as cold and not as thick and is more syrupy and has the flavor of a rich custard with nutmeg. I use the version without alcohol, but if you use alcohol it adds a bit a warm, slightly fruity kick to the mix.

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Crafthazard
Crafthazard · San Diego, California, US · 15 projects
Looks Yummmy...I Want Some Happy Happy Happy
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Jessica
Jessica · Mableton, Georgia, US · 51 projects
Awesome, I'm definitely going to try this!
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TK Rainy
TK Rainy · Kennewick, Washington, US · 19 projects
Eggnog is a drink sort of like really thick.. drink make from eggs that EVERYONE loves. It's super thick, like a syrup. It's available around the holidays in at least the U.S., iunno about anywhere else.
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m · Yorba Linda, California, US · 9 projects
oh my brother loves eggnog, i'm going to make this for him!
thanks for the great idea!
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Arty Kitkat
Arty Kitkat · St Albans, England, GB · 61 projects
What is eggnog? Is it like Advaakart? (not sure if thats the right spelling).
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