Weekend Cooking – Nigella Christmas

Nigella Christmas: Food, Family, Friends,…
As promised, this is the final of four posts taken from this delightful book. This fourth recipe Eggnog Cream and take from the website.


350 ml double cream
125 ml advocaat


  1. Put the cream into a bowl and, using an electric whisk, start whipping to aerate and thicken.  While it’s still floppy, whisk in the advocaat, and once the yolk-yellow, eggnog-flavoured liqueur is combined and the cream thick but still soft, stop and spatula into a generous bowl and serve with the pudding.

Sounds just the thing to add some zing to the Christmas pudding!

Weekend Cooking is hosted by BethFishReads

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationery & History; Surnames, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies. Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies/surname courses as well as Researching Ancestors from Continental Europe.
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5 Responses to Weekend Cooking – Nigella Christmas

  1. Kristin says:

    Sounds good, although I never heard of advocaat before seeing it here and googling.


  2. Joy says:

    That would definitely add a festive flair to the holiday table!

    Joy's Book Blog


  3. Laurie C says:

    I didn't get around to making even HALF of the recipes I wanted to try this holiday season. This looks like a great book! I'm spoiled and never want to have whipped cream from a can anymore, once I found out how easy it is to make and flavor yourself!


  4. Carole says:

    Happy New Year, Julie.


  5. Beth F says:

    Oh yummmmm!!!!!


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