Where are rum balls from?
|Main ingredients||Cake or biscuit material, cocoa, binding ingredient (fat with jam or condensed milk), chocolate, rum|
|Cookbook: Rum ball Media: Rum ball|
Similarly, it is asked, who invented rum balls?
The invention of Danish Rum Balls (Romkugler) Rum balls were originally invented by the Danish bakers who had a returning problem at the end of each day when they were about to close the bakery for the day.
One may also ask, should rum balls be refrigerated? Rum balls do not to be refrigerated, but they should be stored in a cool area. Refrigerating them will extend the life of them, though. Provided they last that long. If kept in a sealed container in the fridge, they will last a few weeks.
Furthermore, do rum balls get you drunk?
So if the rum balls are here, yes, they will all jump into my mouth, one after another, little drunk chocolate lemmings. Except that they know exactly what they are doing, jumping into my mouth. They are fulfilling their purpose in life - they will get me drunk. So the rum balls are all MINE.
What is the best rum to use for rum balls?
Goslings Black Seal — the only rum that will do for a proper Dark & Stormy works nicely in this recipe too. Cruzan Blackstrap — one of the few rums that can be easily found, is affordable, and made with blackstrap molasses is my first choice for using rum in any kind of baking, grilling, or sauces.