Rum Cake

If you like a particularly moist cake, a rum cake might be right for you. Rum cakes generally freeze well, too, so make a couple and have a rich, delcious cake for later.

Spiced Rum Cake

Better Homes and Gardens

Spice up a store-bought cake mix with rum and pumpkin flavor for an easy fall dessert.

Rum and Eggnog Cakes

Better Homes and Gardens

Toasting the holidays isn't the only way to enjoy eggnog. Use eggnog in these easy and elegant mini cakes. Because they keep well, you can serve some now and freeze the rest to serve drop-in guests.

Rum Babas

Better Homes and Gardens

These sweet, lightly glazed yeast cake desserts are a glowing finale to serve for fancy dinner parties. Babas can be made in specially designed molds,muffin cups, or popover pans.

Tropical Fruit Cakes

Better Homes and Gardens

These tender rum-soaked cakes brim with tropical fruit and macadamia nuts.

Peach Cordial Mini Bundt Cakes

Midwest Living

A childhood orchard trip inspired Melinda Murphy of Olathe, Kansas, to create this recipe, a finalist in our Best of the Midwest® Recipe Contest. The cakes are moist, sweet and generously proportioned, so you may want to serve a half cake to each person (or bake them in muffin cups instead).

Rum Baby Cakes

Better Homes and Gardens

Pineapple sits on top of a rum-spiked brown sugar base and is topped with a sweet coconut batter for these mini desserts.

Chocolate-Rum Petits Fours

Better Homes and Gardens

Banana Cheesecake

Better Homes and Gardens

This tropical dessert has a layer of rum and cream cheese and is topped with coconut.

Back to Top