Top Rated Rum Recipes

Rum Fix Cocktail Recipe
Created by Five Leaves' barman Fidel Garcia-Reichmann, this new spring cocktail straddles the apéritif-digéstif line. The bitterness of the Campari hits you first, followed by a mellow, lingering sweetness from the aged rum and crème de cacao. It's the Swiss Army knife of cocktails.
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Rum Runner
The original Rum Runner cocktail was invented at the Holiday Isle Tiki Bar in Islamorada, Florida in the late 1950s. Try this updated version made with fresh muddled blackberries.Recipe courtesy of Ocean Spray
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4.5
Hot Buttered Rum
Brave the cold weather with this warm cocktail in your system. This classic holiday drink is perfect to enjoy when you're under some warm blankets and snowed inside your home.This recipe is by William Rice and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Rum (Glazed) Ham
The sugars in the rum and pineapple combine to make a delicious sweet and salty ham, perfect for your Easter or Christmas celebration. Reserve the pan drippings for a quick sauce that you can pour over your finished ham before serving.
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4.5
Anguillian Rum Punch
Can't get to Anguilla anytime soon? We understand. Bring a taste of the islands to your own home with this tasty and refreshing recipe.This recipes comes courtesy of How2Heroes.
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4.5
Rum and Cola Cupcakes
This popular cocktail transforms into a delicious cupcake. This recipe combines cola and devil's food cake for the cupcake base while having a rum frosting to mimic the drink.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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4.5
Boston Rum Punch
Until Prohibition, Boston produced thousands of gallons of rum, which mainly ended up in rum punch. Consisting of rum which was made with Caribbean molasses, as was traditional in Boston in 1700, Boston Rum Punch was popular at places like the Green Dragon Tavern, which happens to be where the Boston Tea Party was planned. This easy punch is served with cracked ice in a pint glass.
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Spiced Rum Cider
Stay warm all day with a cozy spiced rum cider. The fragrances of apple, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg are what the season is all about, so this is the perfect accompaniment to dishes like candied yams, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and all the day’s desserts. Its low alcohol content makes it easy to drink and adjust if you want something stronger. Triple or quadruple the recipe to serve this as a punch.
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Topped with our Chocolate Liqueur Whipped Cream, this sweet treat is a liquor-filled interpretation of those perfect gooey-yet-firm Samoas. Read more about Drinks That Taste Just Like Girl Scout Cookies.
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A lot of people shy away from homemade tatins because of the caramel factor. This recipe takes an easy approach by whisking a small portion of sugar into the butter used to sauté the pumpkin, rather than making an entire pot of sticky, messy caramel. If you’re afraid to flambé, leave the rum part out, because the only way to really burn off the alcohol is to ignite some flames. 
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While Los Angeles is in its cold spell, the Tasting Kitchen has created its version of the perfect winter cocktail: the hot buttered rum. This wintry cocktail at The Tasting Kitchen is exactly what it sounds like: dark rum, housemade butter batter, apple butter, fresh-pressed ginger, allspice dram, hot water, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and dark brown sugar as a sweetener.
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Mango Rum Tiramisu
This is the fresh fruity twist to a classic tiramisu. The sweetness of the mango comes together with mascarpone cheese, rum and more to create this delicious dessert the whole family will enjoy.Recipe courtesy of The National Mango Board
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