Orange Breakfast Nog: Orange Nog Breakfast Eye Opener from Eddie Doucette, as collected in the 2023 Tempt Them with Tastier Foods.; breakfast; sixties; 1960s; oranges; recipe; Eddie Doucette; quick recipe; egg nog; eggnog

I found this recipe in the December 7, 1962, Sequoyah County Times, of Sallisaw, Oklahoma. It appeared in an IGA grocery store ad under then-famous chef Eddie Doucette’s name.

It’s dead-on easy, and it makes a delightfully frothy breakfast drink very quickly.

If I’m not going to be drinking it all, I will put it in those mason jar-style glasses that can accept a mason jar top. My blender uses the same size fittings, which lets me put the glasses directly onto the blender the next morning to re-whip the drink.

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