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This is very tasty and VERY rich. Making the goo first works wonderfully for parties. I threw it in the blender before my (informal) party and just poured a little in each mug from that! Worked great!

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Avery February 11, 2003

wonderful batter. much better than anything you buy and much cheaper too. we found if you replace the h2o with hot apple cider you get a wonderful richer drink.

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lizyoda December 04, 2011

Other than using regular brown sugar, and a 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, and cutting the recipe in half, this was real enjoyable with the neighbor and us, while watching a little sports on tv today.Made for I Recommend.

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weekend cooker June 26, 2011

My neighbor uses this same recipe and it is heavenly! I've since whipped up a batch of my own, and it yields exactly 1/2 gallon of batter. You might think you would never use up that much batter, but trust me, we've already put a considerable dent in ours and barely a week has passed! Also, this is perfect to have in the freezer for guests who stop by around the holidays. Thanks for posting, johnvac52!

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averybird December 18, 2008

I just had this at a girlfriend's house last night, OH MY is all I can say. We also added: 1 jigger of brandy to the hot water along with at least 3 scoops of the yummy concoction! You can easily use 1/2 each: brandy & rum and it will taste just fine! I would suggest freezing it and keeping it on hand for unexpected holiday company or a wayward caroler.

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour December 07, 2007

This recipe is just like mine only I use regular brown sugar. I also use peach schnapps or just hot water instead of rum.

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Kiersten Phae January 03, 2006

This is a fabulous Hot Buttered Rum Batter recipe. However, my recipe differs slightly, using only 1/2t ground cinnamon, 1/2t nutmeg, and no cinnamon stick, plus 1/2t vanilla extract. But I will definitely try the cinnamon stick the next time. However, you just can't go wrong with ice cream, sugar, spices and rum...

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TigerJo~ September 07, 2004
Hot Buttered Rum