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Rum Balls

Rum Balls recipe
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Crushed vanilla wafers, pecans and cocoa are blended with coffee and rum for luscious, no-bake cookies that are ideal for the holidays.
time
prep:
40 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
About 16 servings, 3 rum balls each
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posted:
8/2/2007
My sister makes these for family and friends every Christmas holiday. Rumballs are always a hit and this year I'll also be making them to share!
posted:
2/2/2007
Worst desert recipe I've ever made, yuck!!!
posted:
1/9/2007
Very easy to make and very good! A nice addition to your holiday favorites.
posted:
12/19/2006
They were a great hit for our Christmas party this year. I used all toppings suggested, delicious. I will make gift boxes for friends & family next year. The longer they sit the better they get.
posted:
12/12/2006
These are very yummy! I passed these out to my neighbors last year and plan on making them again.
posted:
12/9/2006
To make these rum balls even better, replace 1/2 of the vanilla wafers with crushed ginger snaps. Wow what a difference. I used them for Christmas gifts this year and everyone is wild about them,
posted:
11/28/2006
These were so popular, I had to make them 3 times last Christmas
posted:
9/6/2006
They are exactly as my Mother made, and I have been looking for a recipe that would come close to hers. Well I have found it
posted:
6/1/2006
These are delicious!! They were very easy to make and I didn't have any problem getting the almonds, sprinkles, or coconut to stick. Everyone loved them! These are getting added to the Christmas cookie line up. I didn't have a food processor to crush the cookies so I just put them in a zip lock and used a rolling pin and the mixture came out very smooth. All my coworkers enjoyed them. I will make them again.
posted:
4/7/2006
they didn't stick well to the coconut or the sprinkles. maybe try powdered sugar.
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