Rum is a great ingredient from cocktails to recipes like rum balls, barbecue sauces, and flambe bananas.
This cake is a tropical delight. The flavours of banana and rum are a perfect match and the pecans add a delicious, crunchy texture.
My Nanna gave me this recipe and can be used to make chocolate truffles or rum balls. For chocolate truffles just omit the rum and add vanilla essence instead.
If you like rum and raisin ice cream, here is the bread equivalent! It's sweet for a fruit bread and very easy to make in the bread machine.
This no-fuss, no-bake recipe makes the best tasting rum balls ever! Store them in an airtight container the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks....if they last that long!
We always had rum balls at Christmas and Easter when I was a kid. Now I use them as an easy, bite-size traditional addition to Christmas Day but with the no-cook advantage. They're quick to make and the adults get all nostalgic while the kids wolf them down.