Rum is mostly known for drinking, but many recipes can benefit from this versatile, sweet, and fermented liquor. From pancakes to tiramisu to ice cream, there are a seemingly endless amount of dishes that rum can shine in. Here are 10 vegan rum recipes that will make you a believer!
1. Rum Raisin Pancakes
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Soft, fluffy, and delicious pancakes with rum-soaked raisins! This is a great brunch treat for you and your friends, or whenever you need an extra special breakfast. These Rum Raisin Pancakes by Anna Miller are spectacular!
2. Caramelized Banana Rum Shake
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This Caramelized Banana Rum Shake by Annie Oliverio gets its bulk solely from bananas whose sweet, rich flavors are lovingly brought out by a light sprinkle of pure maple sugar and a quick “sunbath” under the broiler.
3. Eggnog Bread With a Spiced Rum Glaze
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This amazing Eggnog Bread With a Spiced Rum Glaze by Robin is full of holiday flavor!
4. Rum and Cashew Cream Tiramisu
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The coffee lover’s dessert, tiramisu comes from the Italian “tira mi su,” meaning “lift me up.” This Rum and Cashew Cream Tiramisu by Nele Liivlaid (when made right) lifts you! This decadent tiramisu is made from layers of coffee and rum-soaked cookie crumbles and cashew cream thickened with the help of silken tofu. Garnish with a dusting of cocoa powder just before serving for presentation and flavor.
5. Mini Espresso Bundt Cakes with Dark Chocolate Rum Glaze
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One tasty dessert with hints of coffee and chocolate rum. Each piece of the bundt cake is rich with a coffee aroma and covered in velvety smooth chocolate glaze. It’s a coffee lover’s dream dessert. Coffee lovers, these Mini Espresso Bundt Cakes with Dark Chocolate Rum Glaze by Teri Macovei are for you. They’re deliciously made to impress your taste buds and give you an enjoyable after-dinner dessert experience.
6. Redrum Punch
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Your search for the perfect Halloween cocktail officially ends here. Congratulations! This luminous libation is easy to make and possesses a deep blood-red hue that will look frighteningly stylish in your hand at this year’s Halloween gala. Made with pure unsweetened pomegranate juice, fresh grapefruit, cucumber, lime, your favorite silver rum, and garnished with a blood orange slice, this haunting combination also contains a few secret ingredients. For those that are afraid of beets, don’t be scared, this bright Halloween cocktail may contain a few, but it is terrifyingly tangy and refreshing and filled with the flavor of fresh citrus. Make this simple Redrum Punch by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez before your next party and your guests will be screaming with delight.
7. Drunken Rum Raisin Ice Cream
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This recipe calls for actual rum, hence “Drunken Rum Raisin.” Even that little raisin looks a little tipsy like it’s about to fall out of the ice cream scoop! Warning: Little kids should be careful. This Drunken Rum Raisin Ice Cream by Lisa Dawn Angerame doesn’t taste overly rummy but still…it’s got liquor!
8. Chocolate Coconut Rum Cake
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This cake is rich, chocolatey, and made extra special with coconut and spiced rum. Whether you like coconut or not (who doesn’t like coconut?!), you have to give this Chocolate Coconut Rum Cake by Quelcy Kogel a try!
9. Pumpkin Pie With Coconut Rum Whipped Cream
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We are busy making vegan pumpkin pies at Blossom Bakery, but we wanted to share a recipe you can make at home with your family as well. This creamy Pumpkin Pie With Coconut Rum Whipped Cream by Pamela Elizabeth will be the hit of your party!
10. Chocolate Almond and Thyme Tarts
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These smooth and creamy Chocolate Almond and Thyme Tarts by Hannah Sunderani are sure to wow vegans and non-vegans alike! This tart’s savory thyme topping brings out the rich, chocolate notes in the mousse.
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