Monday

Frozen Hot Buttered Rum




There is no way I can make this LOOK as delicious as it actually is.







You're just going to have to trust me on this one. :)














Here are the ingredients:
Good quality vanilla ice cream, a little crushed ice, Meyers's Rum, Buttershots (Butterscotch) Liqueur, a little heavy cream, and a teaspoon of fresh lemon juice.






Move over spiked eggnog, this delightful concoction is in a class by itself.








If you would like the recipe, you can find it HERE on my recipe blog.
I hope you enjoy it too!







12 comments:

  1. Wow tempting and delicious......

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  2. If I click my heels together three times, could one of those just appear here? The lemon seems an unusual ingredient.

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  3. Wiping my computer keys off where I drooled all over them. So yummy.

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  4. Mari, I'll take one to go! Anything with this combination of ingredients has to be good! Now where is my spoon? Many thanks ....

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  5. Oohh, what a delicious treat, dessert and after dinner drinks all in one. This is so festive, Mari, perfect for the holiday season. And so easy to prepare too.

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  6. This looks SO good, but I can't for the life of me imagine eating it during this Montana winter... it was 24 degrees BELOW zero this morning! I'd have to have the hot version for now ;)

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  7. Well, if you ask ME I say you did a pretty darn good job of making it look good! I am loving those ingredients!

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  8. Are you kidding me?! Your photos of this drink look FAB-U-LOUS Dah-ling!! (Which old movie actress said that, I can't remember, grins.)

    Would LUV to try one of these.

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  9. Thanks so much! I used to have this recipe...or one similar...and just loved it. Looks scrumptious!

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  10. Oh your killing me, I have got to make this xoxoxo Clarice

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