Translate this page
Photo and recipe courtesy of creative-culinary.com
Photo and recipe courtesy of creative-culinary.com

Recipe of the Week - Hot Buttered Rum Cocktail


Thursday, December 27th, 2012
Issue 52, Volume 16.
Stephanie C. Ocano
Copy Editor / Staff Writer
You need Flash player 8+ and JavaScript enabled to view this video.


Another end; another beginning. As we look back upon all the joys and triumphs that we have accomplished this year, while also looking forward to another year spent making your dreams a reality, why not finish the year with some flair?

Gather around the fireplace in this cold, winter weather or reminisce with loved ones on all the hysterical moments you endured with a mug of hot buttered rum in your hand to end the season.

A delicate blend of ingredients, from fine spices to sugars, this cocktail will warm up not just your insides but your home with good feelings, as well. So enter the new year with laughs and love and as always, enjoy!

Ingredients

For the batter:

• 1 pound butter

• 1 pound brown sugar

• 1 pound confectionersí sugar

• 1 quart vanilla ice cream, softened

• 1 tbsp. vanilla extract

• 1 tbsp. ground cinnamon

• 2 tsp. ground nutmeg

To make one cocktail serving:

• 1 orange; quartered

• Rimming sugar; half granulated and half brown sugar

• 4 oz. boiling water

• 2 oz. rum

• 2-3 tbsp. hot buttered rum batter

• Whipped cream (add a small bit of rum for a rum flavored one)

• Nutmeg and/or cinnamon stick for garnish

Directions

To make the batter:

Melt butter in a large pan over medium heat. Blend in brown sugar and confectionersí sugar. Remove from heat, and whisk in the ice cream, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Pour mixture into container(s), seal, and freeze.

To serve:

Rim the edge of the mug or glass with the cut orange and dip the rim in the combination of white and brown sugars (optional). Squeeze the juice from a quarter of the orange into the mug. Fill the mug with the hot water and then add the rum and the batter. (Note: You may also use coffee or cider instead of water and rum, depending on your liking.) Stir and top with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg.


 

0 comments


arrow Be the first to share your opinion on this article!
 

Add your Comment


Name

Images, Formatting, or HTML is not allowed : plain text only. You may post up to 5 website addresses within your comment.




Disclaimer

The Valley News has tightened its' policy regarding comments.
While we invite you to contribute your opinions and thoughts, we request that you refrain from using vulgar or obscene words and post only comments that directly pertain to the specific topic of the story or article.
Comments that are derogatory in nature have a high likelihood for editing or non-approval if they carry the possibility of being libelous.
The comment system is not intended as a forum for individuals or groups to air personal grievances against other individuals or groups.
Please, no advertising or trolling.
In posting a comment for consideration, users understand that their posts may be edited as necessary to meet system parameters, or the post may not be approved at all. By submitting a comment, you agree to all the rules and guidelines described here.
Most comments are approved or disregarded within one business day.

RSS FeedFacebookTwitter



Advertisement for Broken Yolk





Subscribe


Most Commented


Reach Local Customers



The Valley News The Valley News
760-723-7319 - 1588 S. Mission Rd. Suite 200, Fallbrook CA 92028
All contents copyright ©2014
About Us
Earthquake Information
Business Listings
Contact Us
Letter to the Editor
Report a website error
Sitemap
Online Digital Edition
RSS Feeds
Login