This bread almost didn’t get baked. I was so keen on the vegan eggnog I showed you yesterday that I could barely fathom the idea of using it for anything other than sipping on.
But I remembered what they taught me in finance school about diversifying my portfolio and not putting all my eggnog in one basket, so I heeded the advice of my elders, re-allocated my assets, and my return on investment was muy fantástico.
This eggnog bread is luscious, so very gluten free, full of all natural ingredients, naturally sweetened, and it has the most pleasant eggnog flavor and silky texture. And then there’s the boozehound glaze. The glaze is nothing more than coconut milk, pure maple syrup, brandy, and nutmeg. It smells so good, you’ll want to wear it like perfume.
This bread is not vegan, but if you would like to make it vegan, you can work your flax egg magic. You can be a Samurai.
This bread. This nog-forsaken bread in all its boozy glazed-up splendor. It’s the best loaf I’ve ever made. It trumps loaves big and small. Unspeakable things were done to this bread.
There are times you look at yourself in the mirror, and you’re all, “daaaamn, I look good.” That happens immediately after you bake this bread.
My shnoz went into a hyperbolic systolic mitochondrial infarction while I was snapping photos of this bread + glass of brandy. I got love drunk off the whole kitten caboodle.
toora loora toora loo rye aye…..
This bread is good for you!