Mini Egg Nog Bread

mini egg nog bread

Last year I slaved in my kitchen all day to make neighbor/family goodie plates for Christmas. I made at least 5-6 different holiday treats, and it was a lot of work. I wanted to make our neighbors/friends/family a treat for the holidays, but didn’t want to have to put some much work into it this year. I decided that making bread would be perfect. I wanted to do the mini loaves though. During this time of year everyone is getting so many sweets and goodies. It is super thoughtful, but sometimes you get way too much. So mini loaves it is.


I was out getting the last of my Christmas shopping done yesterday. I was on a hunt for a mini loaf pan. One that you could do more then one loaf at a time. I check out Target and Wal-mart and no luck. Last stop was Bed Bath & Beyond. It was a success. I found a pan for 14 bucks. The best part was that I could make 18 loaves of bread in it. Wahoo!

You can also purchase one of these pan at Amazon

Mini Egg Nog Bread

4 1/2 cups of flour

4 T of baking powder

1 tsp of salt

1/2 tsp of nutmeg

1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon

16 T of butter at room temp. ( 2 sticks)

1 cup of brown sugar

1 cup of granulated sugar

4 eggs

3 tsp of vanilla

2 T of olive oil

2 cups of egg nog

powdered sugar for dusting

Mix together all the dry ingredients in a large bowl with a whisk.

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Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients of the recipe. Mix together in a standing mixer. Mix until smooth.

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Spray your mini bread loaf pan with non-stick spray, and fill with bread batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Let cool for a few minutes, and remove from bread pan. Cool and dust with powdered sugar.

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Don’t forget to share these sweet breads with all your neighbors, friends and family for the holiday season. Put them in a cute package and make a fun gift tag. Involving your kids will make it fun. They will love delivering the bread to all their loved ones.

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  • AnnMarie Irace

    These sound so good and I am in love with the pan!

  • Abby

    These mini loaves are adorable! I’m envisioning all kinds of fun stuff to make with the pan.

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    • CBAsay

      Abby,
      Thanks they are so fun to make. Hope you buy a pan. You will love it!

  • I’ve never heard of eggnog bread but my boyfriend is obsessed with anything eggnog so I know I’m going to have to try this! Thanks for sharing at the Welcome Home Wednesday party–I hope we can see you again this week!

    • CBAsay

      I hope your boyfriend loved the egg nog bread. It’s so yummy!

  • I love making and eating mini loaves. I will definitely have to try your egg nog recipe. Sounds amazing!

  • Love how these are mini loaves they’re adorable! I really want to try this recipe out 🙂

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    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Julia,
      Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy the recipe. Happy holidays!

  • The hugest fan of traditional eggnog and eggnog-anything really. Looks wonderful and seems simple enough to make. Will be giving this a try soon.
    From #WHW party.

    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy the recipe, and Merry Christmas!

  • Denay DeGuzman

    What cute little loaves – I love them! You’ve inspired me to begin my holiday baking. Thank you for the Egg Nog Bread recipe. Happy holidays! 🙂

    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Denay,
      So glad I could be a inspiration. Enjoy the recipe.

  • Heather Gee Davis

    I can’t wait to try these!

    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Hope you enjoy them Heather! Happy holidays!

  • Aliza Hale Biorn

    I love those mini loaf pans! We love eggnog at our house. Yum!

    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Aliza,
      Then you will love this bread recipe. Thanks for stopping by. Merry Christmas!

  • I have never tried eggnog bread! This look and sounds heavenly! I love the way you wrapped it up, too. It looks so pretty and would make a great gift!

    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Thanks Logan. So glad you could stop by. Merry Christmas!

  • I am not a huge eggnog fan, but my husband LOVES it. I think he would really like this recipe and I could definitely make some for the neighbors, too! I have a mini loaf pan already, but it doesn’t have 18 spots…only 10 I think. I might have to look into getting the bigger one to make baking a lot faster!

    • Charlene Bullinger Asay

      Brittany,
      You can get the job finished fast with this 18 spot pan. I love it. Thanks for stopping by. Happy holidays!