As Clark Griswold dips his moose mug into the bowl full of eggnog and recites…”It’s good…it’s good…” we realize that he is talking about what’s going on in his life at the moment, but it could also be that he might be talking about the seasonal treat in his cup.
Another holiday tradition
Originating in England around 1775, for well over 100 years, eggnog has been know as a holiday treat. The tradition of drinking eggnog at Christmas was spurred since it was the beverage of choice used to toast to health and prosperity.
Another thing that eggnog is known for is being mixed with alcohol, namely rum in today’s day and age. It’s also been mixed with sherry, whiskey, and more.
Holiday traditions in a donut
You want to help your customers keep their holiday traditions alive, and with Eggnog Donuts, you can do just that! Not only that, the kids can enjoy these as well since there is no actual alcohol in the donuts.
Eggnog donuts are a great way for the family to enjoy the flavor of a Christmas tradition. Eggnog donuts are not something that a lot of bakeries will have in stock – so don’t you want to be the only one in town that can give traditionalists something they will rave over this holiday season?
It’s so much easier than you think
Just like all of the products that BakeMark provides, you can produce these magical holiday treats easily! Even better, we’ve done all the legwork for you and can tell you exactly what you need to use in order to produce the flavor your customers are looking for.
Check out just how easy it is to make these delicious treats to wow your customers! Check with your BakeMark Sales Representative on how to get started!
BakeMark Products Used
Alternate Products Used
|Product or Type
|Royal Cake Donut Mix
|Rhumba Rum Flavor
|Sweet'N Shine Glaze
SCALE & MIX
- Batter: Scale and mix the donut mix according to the instructions on the bag for a small batch adding 3 Oz. Westco Jamaica Rummette Flavor and 2 oz. Westco Nutmeg. Use your scale to weight all the ingredients, including the water. Use your thermometer to determine the proper water temperature to achieve a dough temperature of 72°F. Let the batter rest for 15 minutes.
- Eggnog Icing: Combine 8 oz. hot water, 5 LB Westco Super Speedee Glaze, 8 oz. Westco Brite White Icing Base and mix for 2 minutes in low speed. Add 4 oz. BakeSense Corn syrup, 1 oz. Westco Jamaica Rummette, ½ oz. Westco Nutmeg and 8 oz. water (amount of water may vary). Mix on low speed for 4 minutes.
Fry at 375°F for 55-60 seconds per side in BakeSense Palm Fry Shortening. Drain the donuts for 60 seconds. Let the donuts completely cool down.
After the donuts have cooled, dip their tops in Eggnog Dipping Icing heated to approximately 105°F (see recipe above). Before the icing sets, sprinkle Westco Nutmeg on half of the donuts and Sprinkelina Dark Chocolate Sprinkles on the other half.
Using a pastry bag with a small round tip, pipe or drizzle lines of Eggnog Dipping Icing over the donuts.