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White Chocolate Egg Nog Bread

White Chocolate Egg Nog Bread

How's the holiday baking going? Are you at your neighborhood grocery store every couple days buying pounds of chocolate, butter and sugar every couple days? I sure hope you are so I am in good company!

I have made so many cookies in the past few weeks! I'm pretty sure I'm going to turn into a cookie by Christmas. This delicious, moist, flavorful quick bread is the perfect way to diversify your holiday sweet game. The melted white chocolate and condensed egg nog add the perfect amount of moisture and flavor. 

This recipe will take some time to make, but the good thing is most of it is not hands on time. So why do we spend the time condensing the nog? Well, it will allow us to add more into the bread than if we didn't - 1 1/2 cups is a lot of liquid for this recipe, 3/4 cup is perfect. We don't need all that water - just the deliciousness! Added benefit: it will just slightly start to caramelize which adds a nice depth of flavor to the bread.

As usual, here are the tips to success with this recipe! 

Condensed Egg Nog: Make sure you make this recipe at a time when you can stir the simmering nog every five minutes or so for about a half hour. You may be tempted to turn up the heat to move the process along, but don't do it! A slow, low simmer with lots of stirring is best. You don't want egg nog caramel! That does sound yummy though...

Ingredient Temperature: It may take extra time to have room temperature butter, eggs and cooled down chocolate, but it is important for the ingredients to be around the same temperature. Plus do you know what you get when you pour hot liquid over eggs? 

Stirring: I feel like I say this so often, but don't over mix! There is a reason why we don't use the mixer to stir in the flour mixture. Only stir so the flour is just incorporated. Lumps and streaks of flour are allowed.

Go forth and bake some bread!


White Chocolate Egg Nog Bread


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