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Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included)
      #231256 - 12/13/05 11:30 AM
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I made this for the IBS cookie/sliced breads recipe exchange this last weekend and this was a big hit!! It is kind of like a pound cake....very yummy!! Shane has DEMANDED that I make more to take home with us for Christmas. Oh, I sliced it and wrapped them in red & green plastic wrap...looked festive and keeps them from drying out. ENJOY!



Eggnog Quick Bread

1 - 9x5 inch loaf.

INGREDIENTS:
1/2 cup egg beater or 4 egg whites, beaten (equivalent of 2 eggs)
1 cup Silk Nog (soy eggnog)
2 teaspoons rum flavored extract
1 cup white sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup applesauce
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

DIRECTIONS:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Pray bottom only of a 9x5 inch loaf pan, or three 3x5 inch loaf pans with nonstick cooking spray.

2. Blend together the eggs, eggnog, rum extract, sugar, vanilla and applesauce.

3. Sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and nutmeg. Add to eggnog mixture and stir just enough to moisten; pour into prepared pan.

4. Bake bread in 9x5 inch pan for 40 to 60 minutes, or until a tester inserted in the center comes out clean. Breads baked in the smaller pans require 35 to 40 minutes. Cool for 10 minutes, and remove from pan. Cool completely on wire rack, wrap tightly and store in refrigerator.
This eggnog bread would be good sprinkled with confectioners' sugar just before serving.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread new
      #231259 - 12/13/05 11:42 AM
Angela E.

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A silly question but I might do some baking tonight and this looks great, however I don't have rum extract soooo could I use real rum??

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread new
      #231261 - 12/13/05 11:46 AM
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I'm sure that would be just fine....and the alcohol would cook out...so it would be totally safe!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread new
      #231589 - 12/14/05 01:49 PM
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I will be baking at least one loaf of this every night until the 21...LOL It is in high demand!! LOL

1) Family gathering 12/17
1) Family gathering 12/18
1) Nail girls 12/18
1) Auto Shop 12/18
3) For Shane's office party on 12/22
4) For trip to Shane's Parents..we leave the evening of 12/22
1) For my freezer!!


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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #231954 - 12/15/05 09:43 PM
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3 down 9 to go!! LOL


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This stuff... new
      #231980 - 12/16/05 07:22 AM
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is AWESOME! I made it for thanksgiving. But where is the picture. Yum, I think I'll make some this afternoon!

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Re: This stuff... new
      #232010 - 12/16/05 08:26 AM
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There is a picture there can you not see it? "refresh" your computer.

This is SO simple to make....

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #232047 - 12/16/05 10:06 AM
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Mmm this looks so good, Shelley! I think I'm going to try baking it this weekend (if I can find some time).

I finally tried the Silk Egg Nog and it was so good! I had never had egg nog before so I luckily have no experience to compare it to the real stuff.

Ooh maybe I'll make this for my New Year's trip to my friend's cabin. I want to bake a lot of yummy goodies to bring up.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #232058 - 12/16/05 10:36 AM
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Get a three pack of the disposable loaf pans at the grocery store... (they are a little smaller then 9x5).... double the recipe...it makes 3 perfect ones!! And NO clean up!!

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Mmm this looks so good, Shelley! I think I'm going to try baking it this weekend (if I can find some time).

I finally tried the Silk Egg Nog and it was so good! I had never had egg nog before so I luckily have no experience to compare it to the real stuff.

Ooh maybe I'll make this for my New Year's trip to my friend's cabin. I want to bake a lot of yummy goodies to bring up.




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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #234153 - 12/28/05 04:14 PM
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I took a few loafs of this to Enterprise, OR for Christmas with Shane's Family..... not only was it a big hit with the 5 year old who would RUN to the container every time he came over to both Grandma's (cuz I took it to both)... but Shane's step Mom and Sister In-law also asked for the recipe and Shane's Bother said, "Screw the recipe.....just bake it and send it to me!!"

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #234168 - 12/28/05 05:30 PM
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I made these also for Christmas parties. I took it to my aunts last weekend and everyone liked it. I also took a loaf for Christmas Eve to my in-laws and they really liked it. THis is one to remember for next year!!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #234169 - 12/28/05 05:35 PM
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what do you mean remember for NEXT year? I'll be baking more Friday to ship out!!! LOL

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #234277 - 12/29/05 09:16 AM
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thanks for sharing the recipe
has anyone made this GF? I'm wondering if I would use the same amount of GF flour?

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Making Eggnog Quick Bread gluten free. new
      #234631 - 12/30/05 12:35 PM
Kandee

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I have to admit, as yummy as this sounds I haven't made it...I don't do soy and have never seen a rice based egg nog, and am, frankly too lazy to make my own. However since I've adapted a good number of regular recipes to make them gluten free, here is what I'd do:

Eggnog Quick Bread

1 - 9x5 inch loaf. try making in a couple smaller pans first, or even a 9" or 8" square cake pan instead of a loaf pan. Some GF quick breads are notorious for either not wanting to rise in a large loaf pan or sinking in the middle when they cool.

INGREDIENTS:
1/2 cup egg beater or 4 egg whites, beaten (equivalent of 2 eggs)
1 cup Silk Nog (soy eggnog)
2 teaspoons rum flavored extract
1 cup white sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup applesauce This is going to sound strange, I know, but I'd replace some of the applesauce with oil, using 1/4 cup oil, and 1/4 cup applesauce. You need some oil/fat to bind to the alternative flours. Applesauce just won't cut it and the loaf will get very soggy at the bottom.
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour Use a good commercial GF blend (nothing with any bean flour in it please) or your own blend, and start with LESS, say 1 3/4 cup at first...add a T. or 2 as you are mixing until the loaf gets the consistency you want. All alternative flours respond to liquid a little differently so a lot will depend on the blend you use. I've learned that the GF dough/batter needs to be a little stiffer than that when you use wheat flour.
Add 2 t. Xanthan gum

2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
You may have to adjust your baking times so watch the the loaf carefully while it's baking.

Hope this helps a little.

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Re: Making Eggnog Quick Bread gluten free. new
      #234663 - 12/30/05 02:32 PM
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thank you very much kandee

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #289127 - 11/06/06 10:28 AM
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THIS IS SO GOOD!!!! Even my husband loved it. Of course, it probably helped that I used Jamaican Appleton rum instead of rum extract:) I think I'll be baking LOTS of this during the next month or two. I'm amazed at how yummy the Silk Nog is; I had never tried it before, and was wondering what I was going to do without my egg nog this year. Egg Nog is one of my favorite things about the holiday season!!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #289236 - 11/07/06 11:24 AM
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Quote:

THIS IS SO GOOD!!!! Even my husband loved it. Of course, it probably helped that I used Jamaican Appleton rum instead of rum extract:) I think I'll be baking LOTS of this during the next month or two. I'm amazed at how yummy the Silk Nog is; I had never tried it before, and was wondering what I was going to do without my egg nog this year. Egg Nog is one of my favorite things about the holiday season!!




Oh, good...I'm glad you liked it!! I've gotta figure out how many I have to make this year. It has been on two wish lists so far to be shipped to Shane's side of the family since we are with my side this year.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #292542 - 12/05/06 09:43 AM
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making my baking shoppin list.... this one is on it for sure..... I think I need to make at least 7 of them

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Could you make that 8, Shell? -nt- new
      #292552 - 12/05/06 10:28 AM
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LOL @ Sand :) -nt- new
      #292575 - 12/05/06 12:54 PM
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I know a good thing when I see it .... new
      #292591 - 12/05/06 03:48 PM
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Shell, How about making it 9?

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Am I sensing a theme here? new
      #292599 - 12/05/06 04:25 PM
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Am I sensing a theme here? Ok, that does it... next year I know how to make some Christmas cash for shoppin.... I make everyone a loaf (for a very small fee + shipping) hehehe

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #292623 - 12/05/06 08:08 PM
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LOOKS SOOO GOOD!! I am definitly going to try this..

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #293284 - 12/12/06 09:29 AM
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My three loaves are in the oven now...can't wait to try!!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #293293 - 12/12/06 10:50 AM
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Mine will be this weekend!! Let us know that you think......

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #293454 - 12/13/06 10:00 AM
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I liked it, but hubby and son didn't. My Dh thought the texture was too spongy...

But, I liked and will be bringing two loaves to an xmas work party Friday!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #293466 - 12/13/06 10:52 AM
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was it still warm or cooled when they tried it? Just wondering..... all my family members loved it...... no mater what... but the texture does change after it cools....it's really more of a pound cake feeling once cooled, not light like a banana bread would be.

I'm glad that YOU liked it!! hehehe

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #293902 - 12/16/06 01:19 PM
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I was very excited about this, but had terrible results using my normal gluten-free flour mix. It was gummy and nasty and took nearly 2 hours to cook. I have yet to have a gluten-free baked item come out edible since switching to the EFI diet.

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Eggnog Quick Bread question new
      #316738 - 10/16/07 09:08 AM
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Is there anything that I can use in place of the applesauce? I'm trying to try a new item (in this case eggs) one at a time and if I used the applesauce and had a flare up I wouldn't know if it was the eggs or applesauce that did it to me. Any help would be great.

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Shell's bread baking service new
      #317848 - 11/02/07 05:06 PM
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Okay, it's "next year" now... when can we start placing orders for your bread?

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Re: Shell's bread baking service new
      #317930 - 11/04/07 04:13 PM
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Okay, it's "next year" now... when can we start placing orders for your bread?




LOL I was just reminded by my brother in law that I MUST bring more this year.... not just 1 loaf per family...it only lasts a day!! LOL

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #319890 - 12/02/07 06:12 AM
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Hello! Shell Marr, Just wanted to thank you for the delicious Eggnog Quick Bread recipe! What a wonderful cook you are! I left out the rum and am thinking about adding some dried Craisins next time. Wow! the Soy Nog is so good! Happy Holidays to you and your family!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #319922 - 12/02/07 09:05 PM
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I'm so glad you liked it Suemarie!! Seasons Greetings!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #319946 - 12/03/07 10:12 AM
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Okay, this looks FANTASTIC. I just hope I can find the Silk Nog here in Canada (I can buy Silk brand but I haven't seen the nog yet... )

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Silk Pumpkin Spice (Picture Included) new
      #320127 - 12/05/07 04:01 PM
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Look what I found!! It says it's good until like the middle of Feb08... so I'm gonna grab a few more while they are still in stock and make some loafs like the Silk Nog...



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Where'd you find this? I can't get my hands on it! -nt- new
      #320135 - 12/05/07 05:29 PM
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Re: Silk Pumpkin Spice (Picture Included) new
      #320175 - 12/06/07 08:24 AM
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Oh my!!!! I sure hope I can get this in Canada.... I haven't even found the Nog yet...

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Re: Where'd you find this? I can't get my hands on it! new
      #320178 - 12/06/07 10:52 AM
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I found it at the Ballard Market !!



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Shell - how are you... new
      #320450 - 12/11/07 03:51 PM
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modifying the Eggnog Bread recipe?? Are you changing anything (spices, extracts, etc.), or just using the pumpkin spice instead of the soy nog???

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Re: Shell - how are you... new
      #320483 - 12/12/07 08:18 AM
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Shell - how are you...modifying the Eggnog Bread recipe?? Are you changing anything (spices, extracts, etc.), or just using the pumpkin spice instead of the soy nog???




Well, I have not made it yet.... but I was thinking of just using all vanilla and no rum and then also adding at least 1/4 tea ground cinnamon.... I'll let ya know after I've made it... prob not until the weekend or even Tue of next week.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #320800 - 12/15/07 06:44 PM
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Woo hoo!!! I found some SoNice Soy Nog today and it is fabulous! I will be trying this recipe tomorrow!!!

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      #320907 - 12/17/07 06:18 PM
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I made a loaf last night and the "crust" came out extremely chewy. It tastes OK, though! The center was dense, and the outside was like rubber. I followed the recipe, I swear!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #320936 - 12/18/07 08:25 AM
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Mine came out the same way - very dense and spongy, with a chewy crust. It TASTES incredible though!

I think I will make another loaf after Christmas and try using one whole egg and 2 egg whites, rather than 4 whites. One yolk contains 5 grams of fat, but if you divided into 12 slices, the fat would increase by less than half a gram per slice.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #320974 - 12/18/07 12:40 PM
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yes, it's more like a pound cake.....

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      #321067 - 12/20/07 02:42 PM
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I'm bakin tonight... I might try to pumpkin spice one too if I have enough time.... I've got to make at least 6 loafs of this one first.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #337075 - 10/16/08 04:05 PM
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'Tis the season everyone....be on the lookout in your stores for SilkNog or other brands of soy or rice nog!!

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Is it out yet? I wait all year for this...and your bread to make with it! -nt- new
      #337076 - 10/16/08 04:08 PM
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I looked for it on Sunday... new
      #337079 - 10/16/08 04:19 PM
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... but didn't see it yet!!! I can't wait!!!!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #337080 - 10/16/08 07:23 PM
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Hi everyone. Good news! SilkNog is in the stores here in Edmonton, Canada. Enjoy the holiday season.

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      #337330 - 10/25/08 08:49 AM
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Has anyone had any luck freezing this?

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Yup - freezes very well! -nt- new
      #337377 - 10/26/08 07:44 AM
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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #337978 - 11/12/08 02:43 AM
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I made this yesterday and it was a huge hit! Hubby and I each got a couple slices, then the kids ate the rest! Next time, I need to freeze some before the kids now it's there!

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #338010 - 11/12/08 01:46 PM
Rogue

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Loc: Ottawa, Canada

im still waiting on the eggnog to come out here in Ottawa Canada

cant wait to try it

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #338014 - 11/12/08 04:11 PM
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Its not out by me yet! Ive looked at Whole Foods and Trader Joes and I cant find the egg nog flavored soy milk. I really want to try it soon!!

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Re: Soy Eggnog recipe in the recipe index new
      #338020 - 11/12/08 06:54 PM
glasgowgirl

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Loc: Vancouver, Canada

I've not tried it but I think the Egg Nog Soy is unlikely to appear in Vancouver BC so I might need to use it.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #338390 - 11/21/08 10:58 AM
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Glad it was a hit!

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I made this yesterday and it was a huge hit! Hubby and I each got a couple slices, then the kids ate the rest! Next time, I need to freeze some before the kids now it's there!




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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #338391 - 11/21/08 10:59 AM
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Do you have a Safeway, Fred Meyer, Kruggers near you? I've seen it at all of those.

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Its not out by me yet! Ive looked at Whole Foods and Trader Joes and I cant find the egg nog flavored soy milk. I really want to try it soon!!

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Re: Silk Pumpkin Spice (Picture Included) new
      #338464 - 11/23/08 04:12 PM
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Are you driving and showing this??? HAHAH! Shell Mar thats funny.. I guess you were really excited

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Re: Silk Pumpkin Spice (Picture Included) new
      #338505 - 11/24/08 01:38 PM
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LOL No, I was sitting in my car at lunch!!

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Are you driving and showing this??? HAHAH! Shell Mar thats funny.. I guess you were really excited




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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #338740 - 12/01/08 03:20 PM
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Reged: 11/20/08
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My husband made 2 large loaves for me to take to Thanksgiving dinner. It was really good and most that tried it liked it. My littlest (5) ate it for snack and breakfast for 3 days. It seems that my diet change has been a great benefit to her as well. She is Lactose intolerant and now we are armed with recipes that she can safely and painlessly eat. Thank you for your help, and your recipes.

I was diagnosed with IBSC in 11/1999 after a colonoscopy, but was told there was nothing i could do to help it. Spastic colon... I just had it and there was not a cure for it. But going back I have had this since I was a young child. I am grateful very grateful for all the info and the new found relief I am experiencing.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread - is it considered SF? new
      #339370 - 12/14/08 09:50 PM
Sweetfudge

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Loc: Utah

Just wondering if this would be an ok breakfast/empty stomach food, or if I need to eat it w/ some SF?

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #339755 - 12/20/08 08:18 PM
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UUUmmmmm..... Shane went and fetched me some SilkNog at the store after it started snowing and we are expecting major winds that could cause power to go out.... so, I got mine in the oven right away.... they are cooling now!

I doubled the recipe and got a three pack of disposable foil pans.... it make three perfect ones...(just like I did in the picture the first year I made them).... bake 50-65 mins....follow all directions the same.

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Re: Eggnog Quick Bread (Picture Included) new
      #352853 - 11/29/09 07:17 AM
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Could I use Ener-g Egg Replacer in this recipe? I'm new to using the egg replacer and just want to know if it will still work.

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