Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum Mix is such an easy, creative, and DELICIOUS easy homemade gift for Christmas (or anytime)!
Hot Buttered Rum Mix
Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum Mix is easy to make, and turns into the most delicious drink. Make it as a gift, or keep it for yourself!
This post is going to be short and sweet. It’s a simple mix you can make and save to use throughout the winter season, any time you’re carving a special treat. Or you use it as an easy homemade Christmas gift for friends, co-workers, or whoever is on your list.
Make this for your friends. Give it away for Christmas! You’ll be giving away the tastiest cocktail mix known to man and creating holiday smiles left and right. Doesn’t that sound nice? This Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum Mix is the perfect homemade gift this season and is on a mission to spread holiday cheer.
Make This Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum Mix for everyone on your Christmas list!
Easy Homemade Holiday Gift
This chocolate hot buttered rum mix makes the PERFECT Christmas gift. I know we all need simple gifts for friends, family, co-workers, neighbors…the list goes on and on. It can be tough to come up with the right gift for everyone, but this is a real pleaser. Who wouldn’t love a delicious treat?
It doesn’t look the prettiest while it’s in the jar…I get it. But trust me, when you mix it with rum and boiling water it creates a masterpiece. A hot holiday delicious masterpiece that tastes like liquid brownie batter.
This Malted Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix is another easy Christmas gift you can make too!
How to Make Hot Buttered Rum Mix
This hot buttered rum mix is so easy to make! And the best part is YOU CAN FREEZE THIS! It will stay good in your fridge for up to a couple weeks, or you can freeze it for up to two months. That means you can make these amazing Hot Chocolate Rum Cocktails ON DEMAND all winter long. No need to make them from scratch every single time when you’ve got this mix on hand.
To make the mix:
- Use a stand mixer with the paddle attachment; cream together the softened butter, cinnamon, and brown sugar.
- Slowly add in the cocoa powder and continue mixing.
- The final result will have a consistency similar to a sugar scrub.
Store the mix in an airtight container in your refrigerator or freezer. If you are making this as a gift, get a cute jar to give along with it.
When you’re ready to make hot buttered rum, just combine the mix with rum and hot water, Head HERE to get full instructions on how to make the drink.
Don’t like Rum…..Try it with Tequila!
This hot buttered rum mix is so perfect for the holidays season. Whether you make it as a gift, or keep it for yourself, you’re going to love it. Sip away!
See the recipe card for details on how to make Chocolate Hot Buttered Rum Mix. Enjoy!
If you like this recipe, try these other recipes too:
- Spiked Pumpkin Hot Chocolate
- Homemade Eggnog Recipe
- Slow Cooker Peppermint Hot Chocolate
- Salted Caramel Eggnog
- Slow Cooker Gingerbread Latte
- Crockpot Apple Cider
This recipe is the best! Super easy and my family loved it!
I’m so glad everyone enjoyed it!!
Chocolate hot buttered rum available any time I want?! Count me in!
I like the way you think lady! :)
I would love it if someone gave this to me! Genius.
Thanks so much Michelle!
I want to make this for everyone I know for Christmas – I think this is a great way to keep friends and make my in-laws happy ;)
Thanks Jenny! I LOVE your site!
I have never had one of these fabulous drinks before and right now that’s just about all I can think about! I can think of tons of people I know that would LOVE to get this as a gift, too! Awesome idea!
Thanks so much Ashlyn!
I think I would enjoy plopping a few of these into my hot chocolate!
That would work too!!
This is such a great little gift idea! Gift that with a little airplane bottle of rum!! Perfect!
Cute touch!! Love that.
I love this idea for a homemade gift! Except I love it so much I might not want to give it away ?
That’s definitely my problem too :)
This is brilliant, what an idea! I would luuuurve to get this as a gift (of course, it wouldn’t last long at all…). Thanks so much for sharing, Becky and have a wonderful Thanksgiving. :)
Thank you so much Nicole!!