Thursday, May 20, 2010

:: Thursday's Recipe Rodeo ::

This is the place to get some new recipes or maybe even a twist on an old one. Feel free to take any recipe here and try it out. If you want to join in on the Recipe Rodeo, let me know! I would love to try some of your recipes too!

Today's Round Up: Dessert

My friend Staci is an amazing cook. The first time I tried her Rum Cake I just about fell over! This cake is extremely moist, ridiculously delicious, and will leave you wanting more and more and more. It is perfect for a dinner party, a birthday party, or just as an after dinner treat. You won't be sorry you tried this one!

Staci's Rum Cake

* 1 box yellow cake mix
* 1 box of Jello Instant Vanilla Pudding
* 4 eggs
* 1/2 Cup light rum
* 1/2 Cup water
* 1 Cup oil

Hot Rum Glaze
* 1/2 Cup water
* 1 stick butter
* 1/4 Cup rum
* 1 Cup sugar

Directions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In large bowl, mix all ingredients for two minutes. Grease and flour bundt cake pan and pour batter into pan. Bake for 45 minutes.

Just before cake is done baking, prepare hot rum glaze. In sauce pan combine water, butter, rum and sugar. Stir often while heating. Boil for three minutes. As soon as cake is removed from oven (and while cake is still in pan), poke holes in cake and spoon some of the glaze over it. Let cake set for 30 minutes, remove from pan and spoon remaining glaze over top. Enjoy!If you want to join in on your own blog, simply link back to this blog and mention that you are partaking in Thursday's Recipe Rodeo. If you don't have a blog and want to share a recipe with us - leave it in the comments!Click here for a printable version of Staci's Rum Cake

3 comments:

big hair betty said...

This sounds tasty! Giselle makes a similar chocolate kahlua cake which is amazing! How about a liquor infused dessert party...mmmm...

Nini said...

Mmm...I will have to get Giselle's recipe! I have a similar one: http://lettners.blogspot.com/2009/11/thursdays-recipe-rodeo_26.html

I am getting hungry!

Madeline said...

Now that sounds dangerous!