Eggnog cake from the Thermomix

Enjoy Easter with taste

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Easter is just around the corner and there is hardly a better way to celebrate this time than with a moist eggnog cake straight from your Thermomix. This simple and delicious eggnog cake recipe will not only impress your guests, but will also show you how versatile your Thermomix can be. Get ready to bake the best eggnog cake of your life.

The recipe for a juicy eggnog cake

(for 16 cm diameter Guglhupf tin):

  • 2 eggs
  • 100g powdered sugar
  • ½ tsp vanilla sugar, homemade
  • 90 ml sunflower oil
  • 100 ml eggnog
  • 100g flour
  • ½ packet of baking powder
  • A little butter to grease the mold
  • A little flour to sprinkle the mold
  • Some powdered sugar for sprinkling

Tip : If you use a Bundt cake tin with a diameter of 22-24 cm, simply multiply the amount of ingredients by a factor of 1.9! This increases the baking time by 10 minutes.

Five easy steps to make your eggnog cake

  1. Preheat oven to 180°C. Grease the Bundt cake tin and sprinkle with flour.
  2. Place eggs, powdered sugar and vanilla sugar in mixing bowl and mix 30 seconds/speed 5 until frothy.
  3. Add oil, eggnog, flour and baking powder, mix 20 seconds/speed 5
  4. Pour the dough into the prepared Bundt cake tin and bake in the lower third for 50 minutes.
  5. Allow the cake to cool in the tin, turn it out and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Tips and tricks for the perfect eggnog cake

There are a few tips and tricks that make the difference for the perfect eggnog cake. Make sure to bring all ingredients to room temperature before you begin. This ensures more even mixing and better rising of the cake. A pinch of salt in the dough can enhance the flavors and provide a more balanced taste. When pouring the batter into the loaf pan, tap the pan lightly on the work surface to remove any air bubbles and ensure an even batter. Bake the cake in the preheated oven and avoid opening the oven door during the first baking time to prevent the cake from sinking. Finally, let the cake with the eggnog cool down a bit in the tin after baking before turning it out. This prevents it from breaking or crumbling. With these tips, your eggnog cake will not only be a success, but also the highlight of your Easter holidays.

Homemade eggnog for your recipe

Preparing your own eggnog in the Thermomix is ​​a special highlight that takes your eggnog cake recipe to the next level. With your Thermomix you can easily make a creamy and aromatic eggnog that is free of preservatives and exactly to your taste. This homemade eggnog not only gives your cake a personal touch, but also ensures a more intense and rich flavor. The preparation is incredibly simple: eggs, sugar, cream, vanilla and of course alcohol are precisely mixed and heated to achieve the perfect consistency and fullness of taste. This step makes your eggnog cake recipe a real culinary delight and shows how versatile your Thermomix really is.

Enjoy your homemade eggnog cake from the Thermomix

With this recipe you will bake an eggnog cake that not only looks perfect but also tastes heavenly. It's the perfect addition to your Easter holidays and a wonderful way to utilize the versatility of your Thermomix.


KitchenSlider® sliding board

WunderClip® V2 - lid holder

WunderSpatel® – flexible spatula

StreuPro – stainless steel spreader

Bundt cake tin – suitable for Varoma

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