Hot Buttered Rum Batter Mix Recipe - Ice Cream Hot Buttered Rum Recipe

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Instead of buying expensive Hot Buttered Rum mixes, how about making your own? Making your own will definitely taste better! The addition of ice cream makes for a delicious ultra-rich and creamy drink. My mother always kept a batch of this Hot Buttered Rum mix in her freezer to use during the holiday season. What could be better on a cold winter night?  It may not be low calories, but it is so good!

Hot Buttered Rum Batter - Ice Cream Hot Buttered Rum

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Hot Buttered Rum Batter Mix Recipe - Ice Cream Hot Buttered Rum:

Recipe Type: Beverage, Ice Cream
Yields: 20 servings
Prep time: 10 min
Total time: 10 min


1/2 pound (1 cup or 2 sticks) butter, softened
1/2 pound (2 1/2 firmly-packed cups) brown sugar
1/2 pound (4 cups) powdered (confectioners') sugar
1 pint top-quality vanilla ice cream, softened
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg


In a large pot over medium heat, melt butter. Blend in the brown sugar and powdered sugar. Remove from heat and stir in the ice cream, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

Pour mixture into a freezer-safe container and cover with a lid. Freeze until ready to use.

May be kept frozen for up to 1 month (batter will not freeze solid).

Makes approximately 20 serving.

For Each Serving:

1 heaping tablespoon Hot Buttered Rum Batter*
1 fluid ounce of dark or light rum
Boiling water
Cinnamon stick for garnish

* You may alter amount according to taste.

In a coffee mug, add Hot Buttered Rum batter, rum, and then fill with boiling water. Stir well and then sprinkle the top with additional nutmeg and a cinnamon stick before serving.

Variation Ideas: Hot Buttered Rum Batter can also be added to coffee, apple cider, warm milk, hot chocolate, or used to make a milkshake.

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