Rum Raisin Ice Cream

Sophia F Recipe

By Sophia F SophiaF1996

10 Min

Really simple to make, and tastes great!

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1 pt
vanilla ice cream
50 ml
kahlua rum
1/4 c

Directions Step-By-Step

Grab a small pot and pour about half of the bottle of Kahlua rum (or any rum of your choice) into the pot, and let it simmer for about a minute. Eyeball enough raisins to toss into the rum, and then add in the 1/4 c of sugar. Stir until the sugar dissolves, and let the rum raisins simmer for about 3 minutes.
Allow the rum raisins to cool off before mixing it in with the ice cream. Once raisins are fully cooled, scoop as much ice cream as you desire and stir in the rum raisins. You can eat right away or put it back in the freezer till the next day. It'll be delicious both ways!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Ice Cream & Ices
Collection: Summer Desserts!
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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Straws Kitchen CinCooks
Sep 2, 2011
Looks good. One of my Granddaughter is named Sophia (she's "2").
Sophia F SophiaF1996
Sep 2, 2011
Aww, how cute :)
Sep 3, 2011 - Penny Hall shared this recipe with discussion group: Cooking with Beer and other Alcohol
Penny Binker pennybinker
Nov 24, 2012
Watching an old Julia Child episode, she had individual servings of vanilla ice cream making for her guest. Then she sprinkled on instant coffee. Then she poured alcohol over it and around it. I want to say she used brandy. I think I would really like the Kahlua with the coffee on the ice cream. Can't see how the raisins would hurt either. I actually will eat ice cream now with instant coffee sprinkled on it and even go a bit hog wild and add more than probably should and mix it up well & feel that it is officially coffee ice cream when I get finished with it. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
Maria * WWCook1
Sep 10, 2015
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!

Made this yesterday! My family liked it and I even more as Rum Raisin Ice Cream is one of my favorite flavors! My only problem was once in the freezer it hardens so much, it's very hard to scoop out...had to let soften for a while. But like you said delicious both ways:)!!!