Ice Cream Hot Buttered Rum Mix
Enjoy a cup of holiday cheer made with this festive Hot Buttered Rum Mix Recipe. Guaranteed to lift one’s spirit!
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. Because of the ice cream, you can store the batch in the freezer and enjoy one cup at a time. Just add a dollop of the prepared batter to your mug with some hot water and rum. This delicious drink can also be enjoyed without the rum.
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!
- 1 heaping tablespoon Hot Buttered Rum Batter*
- 1 fluid ounce of rum (dark or light)
- Boiling water
- Cinnamon stick (for garnish)
- 1/2 pound (1 cup or 2 sticks) butter, softened
- 1/2 pound (2 1/2 firmly-packed cups) brown sugar
- 1/2 pound (2 cups) powdered sugar (confectioners' sugar)
- 1 pint vanilla ice cream (top-quality), softened
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon, ground
- 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, ground
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.
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.
* You may alter amount according to taste.
Categories:Christmas Heirloom Recipes Holiday Drinks Ice Cream Cocktails
5 Responses to “Hot Buttered Rum Mix Recipe”
GREETINGS.. I BELIEVE YOU MAY HAVE A MISPRINT.. SHOULD IT BE 1 QUART INSTEAD OF 1 PINT OF ICE CREAM??
No, the recipe is correct. If the recipe was doubled, then 1 quart of vanilla ice cream would be needed.
Pint of vanilla ice cream is correct.
Powdered sugar. 1/2 lbs is 2 cups. U have 4 cups
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Thanks for the catch! The cup measurement for 1/2 pound powdered sugar has been corrected.