Spiced Rum Spiked! Recipe Challenge Winner

Good morning and Happy Friday! Today the winner of the Spiced Rum Spiked! Recipe Challenge will be announced.

Cranberry Muffins with Rum Pecan Streusel

We had another great round of the Spiked! Recipe Challenge. This month’s ingredient was spiced rum. Our entrants definitely didn’t lack in the wow factor with their recipes! With dishes ranging from savory to sweet, breakfast to dinner, Carrie (Frugal Foodie Mama) and I had quite the variety of spiced rum recipes to choose from to crown our fav.

The Runners Up

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Bananas Foster Fried Won Tons by I Want Crazy

Bananas Foster Fried Won Tons by I Want Crazy

 

Spiced Rum Cupcakes with Boozy Buttercream by Sugar Dish Me

Spiced Rum Cupcakes with Boozy Buttercream by Sugar Dish Me

 

Spiced Rum Pumpkin Dump Cake by The Weary Chef

Spiced Rum Pumpkin Dump Cake by The Weary Chef

 

Spiced Banana Caramel Bread Pudding by The Thankful Tummy

Spiced Banana Caramel Bread Pudding by The Thankful Tummy

The Winner of The Spiced Rum Spiked! Recipe Challenge

Steak Au Poivre with Shallots & Rum Sauce by A Little Claireification

Steak Au Poivre with Shallots & Rum Sauce by A Little Claireification

Congratulations, Claire! You’ve won yourself a copy of The Craft Beer Bookbook by The Beeroness. Carrie and I will be in touch with you shortly so we can get that delivered to you!

Carrie and I would like to thank each of our participants for entering this month’s Spiked! Recipe Challenge. Craving more Spiked! Recipes? Check out my Spiked! Pinterest Board.

We’ll be back in February for the next round of Spiked! We’ll announce the next secret boozy ingredient on the first of February.

SPIKEDRECIPECHALLENGE

Comments

  1. says

    Thank you, Julie! I’m so proud to be included as a runner up! All of these recipes look amazing. I’m still looking through them all. Congratulations to Claire and the other featured dishes too. This was so fun!

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