Best Rum Fruit Cake Recipe Ever

Updated on December 2, 2017
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I love this Rum Fruitcake Recipe and look forward to its delightful taste and satisfying yummy pleasure each and every year.

The Perfect Christmas Holiday Dessert

Best Rum Fruit Cake Recipe Ever For The Holidays
Best Rum Fruit Cake Recipe Ever For The Holidays | Source

Simply The Best Dessert Cakes Recipe Ever

What is the best rum fruit cake recipe ever? I believe I have that fruit cake recipe perfected for you to make for more Christmas holiday cheer. The recipe is for moist fruit cakes that are flavorful and colorful fruit desserts, that pack a little punch from the rum alcohol ingredient.

I bake up a batch of fruit cakes to decorate green fruit cake deserts for St. Patrick's Day and St. Urho's Day holidays. Fruit cakes are awesome to have on hand for birthdays and other special occasions. People even use fruit cakes for wedding cakes and they are a lovely treat for a wedding anniversary.

I have some very colorful and fancy fruit cakes photos to see below.

Fruit cakes are not just for Christmas. They are special treats for any day.

Ingredients and Instructions

4.1 stars from 15 ratings of Best Rum Fruit Cake Recipe Ever

Prep and Cook Time

Prep time: 48 hours
Cook time: 1 hour 45 min
Ready in: 49 hours 45 min
Yields: 10 Small Loafs
  • Prep time will vary depending on how long you decide to soak the fruit in rum.
  • Cook time will vary depending on the size of baking pans you use.

Ingredients For Recipe
Ingredients For Recipe | Source

Fruit Cake Ingredients

  • 16 Oz Pitted dates
  • 32 Oz Candied red whole cherries
  • 24 Oz Candied green whole cherries
  • 24 Oz Candied pineapple
  • 16 Oz Pecans, Optional nuts you choose
  • 3 Cups Apple sauce
  • 1 Cup Coconut oil, Or, 1 cup butter
  • 1 1/2 Cups White sugar, Or, raw sugar
  • 4 1/2 Cups All purpose flour
  • 1 Teaspoon Salt
  • 4 Teaspoons Baking soda
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Nutmeg
  • 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Allspice
  • 2 Teaspoons Vanilla
  • 2 3/4 Cups Coconut rum, To taste
  • 1 1/2 Cups Brandy, To taste

A Note About Sugar, Eggs, and Fruit

  • Sugar: The sugar ingredient for the rum fruit cakes can be your personal choice: white sugar (refined) vs raw sugar (unrefined). I prefer to use raw sugar in my original recipes because it is a healthier choice than white sugar. I have used both, and these cakes turned out tasting yummy good with either sugar ingredient.
  • Eggs: This recipe contains no eggs, and if you use coconut oil rather than butter, you will have a delicious recipe that is healthier.
  • Fruit: Remember to reserve fruit and nuts for the toppings or just use extra ingredients of your choosing and personal taste. Knowing what loved ones think is your best fruit cake recipe ever is important when it comes to celebrating the Christmas holidays.

Fruit Cake Instructions

  1. Soak the fruit (the dates, cherries [red and green], and pineapple) in 2 cups of coconut rum for 24-48 hours or more covered, stirring occasionally. I eat an ounce or two during the soaking to see if it is done! I generally add lots of fruits to the recipe, because it looks so yummy and tastes delicious.
  2. Combine: 3 cups boiling applesauce, 1 cup coconut oil (or 1 cup butter optional), and 1 ½ cup sugar (or use raw cane sugar).
  3. Pour applesauce over sugar & butter (or coconut oil, whichever you used). Blend together well.
  4. Add 4 ½ cups flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 4 teaspoons baking soda, ½ teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and 2 teaspoons vanilla to your applesauce/butter mixture.
  5. Toss in the fruit and (reserve cherries and about 50 pecans for toppings).
  6. Fill 10 small, buttered loaf pans. Use parchment paper liners in the bottoms for easy removal.
  7. Top with one cherry in the center and five pecans for flower petals (optional). Or cover cakes with fruit. Cut them in half and place them cut side down to make the fruit stretch further.
  8. Bake at 300 degrees for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Do the toothpick poke, and if it comes out clean, they are done. Miniature loaves will take less time than larger loafs.
  9. (Optional) Cool loaves in the pans, then drizzle 2-3 tbsp coconut rum on tops, cover, and allow to rest several hours or overnight until the loaves absorb the rum. Repeat up to 1-4 times over a week's time.
  10. (Optional) Remove cakes from pans. Wrap each loaf with brandy soaked cheesecloth (then, tightly wrap with plastic cling wrap and then in aluminum foil). You can use more coconut rum for the cheesecloth.
  11. (Optional) Wrap (or use brandy). Wait 2 weeks or longer for the cakes to mellow. The fruit cakes taste better with age when the tannins are released from the fruits.

Decorative Fruit Cake Desserts

Colorful and Delicious Fruity Desserts
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White vs Raw Sugar

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Getting Fancy With Rum Fruit Cakes

Bundt Pan Fancy Rum Fruit Cake
Bundt Pan Fancy Rum Fruit Cake | Source

Best Rum Fruit Cake Recipe Of The Year

I made a candied cherries puree with a Smart Stick Blender. I put the puree in a bundt pan first for a fancy topping for the Best Rum Fruit Cake Recipe of the year. The end result was this stunningly beautiful fancy fruit cake for Mom's Christmas gift.

Admiral Nelson's Cherry Spiced Rum and Rondiaz Coconut Rum

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For my last batches of rum fruit cakes, I used some Admiral Nelson's Cherry Spiced Rum and some Rondiaz Coconut Rum for the rum ingredients in the recipe. The candied cherries and other fruits are delicious soaking in the spiced cherry rum.

You can use the rum you have on hand, or purchase the brand of rum that you want to use. You might want to experiment from year to year to find the rum you love best in the recipe.

Do not be afraid to experiment because the options are many with rum and brandy.

Helpful Cooking Utensils

Mini Baking Pans

Wilton Non-Stick Mini Loaf Pan Set, 3-Piece
Wilton Non-Stick Mini Loaf Pan Set, 3-Piece

I like using the mini loaf pans for creating small desserts that I can give as gifts to family and friends for the Christmas holidays. They are lovely treats to give as any special occasion gift as well, and I have done that very thing. The fruit cakes are always received as yummy delights by people who have tasted their pleasures in years before. These pans for great for baking other cakes and breads too. They get used in my kitchen for many different recipes.

 

Candied Red Cherries Hearts Dessert Cakes For Valentines Day

Heart Shaped Fruit Cakes For Valentines Day
Heart Shaped Fruit Cakes For Valentines Day | Source

Heart Shaped Mini Muffin Pans

Wilton Easy-Flex Silicone Heart Mold, 24-Cavity for Ice Cubes, Gelatine, Baking and Candy
Wilton Easy-Flex Silicone Heart Mold, 24-Cavity for Ice Cubes, Gelatine, Baking and Candy

Also, I bake up a few batches of fruit cakes and decorate red heart shaped fruit cakes for Valentines Day that I bake in heart shaped mini muffin pans. They are nice to wrap and hand out to friends and family as treats.

If you haven't used silicone baking pans before, I want to let you know that you will need to use a little more caution when handling the pans from a hot oven. Because, the pan are flexible, unlike regular metal baking pans are. So, use both hands when removing the pans from the oven for sure, and take a little more care when placing the pans in an oven.

I like these flexible heart shaped pans because my fruit cakes slip right out of them with ease, and they are so very easy to clean. Nothing sticks to them!

 

Colorful porcelain Ramekin sets make prefect individual serving sized at home for you and your guests. You can see the set of three used in the photo above.

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Christmas Fruit Cake Recipe With Rum

Paradise Cherry Pineapple Mix

Paradise Cherry Pineapple Mix
Paradise Cherry Pineapple Mix
Paradise Cherry Pineapple Mix, Whole Cherry, Wedged, 10 Pound Tub
Paradise Cherry Pineapple Mix, Whole Cherry, Wedged, 10 Pound Tub

I generally make two batches of my delicious Rum Fruit Cake and have found the Paradise Cherry Pineapple Mix 10 Pound Tub to be perfect for my needs. It contains both whole red and green cherries and wedged pineapple in three colors, natural, pink, and green.

I start with half a tub, or five pounds and get that fruit soaking in my rum for a day or three. Then a week or so later, after the first batch of Rum Fruit Cake is done and wrapped, I start the other five pounds to soak in rum.

 

About Me

There was a sweet elderly lady who shared her secret fruit cake recipe. I was not a fruit cake fan but when I tasted her recipe, I became an instant fan. Over the years adjustments in ingredients have been made to my personal liking. I hope that you will enjoy the recipe and put some smiles on your loved ones faces. It is simply MARVELOUS!

Questions & Answers

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      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        18 months ago from Minnesota

        Au fait, I hope your holidays were lots of fun and filled with lots of love and traditional things you enjoy. Thanks for coming by. I still have a couple loafs of fruit cake left-over from Christmas. We are celebrating Mom's 90th birthday with an upside down pineapple fruitcake. - Kudos!

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        C E Clark 

        19 months ago from North Texas

        Thought I would revisit this as it is so festive looking and I'm sure tastes delicious too. Christmas is just 3 weeks away and this would make a lovely addition to a get-together.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        20 months ago from Minnesota

        Peggy, thank you for sharing my fruit cake recipe hub. Much appreciated. Oh yes, tis' the season coming once again to enjoy homemade goodness. - Kudos!

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        Peggy Woods 

        21 months ago from Houston, Texas

        Hi Susie,

        This is a perfect time of year to be sharing your hub with others who may wish to make your rum fruit cakes for gift giving purposes. Already pinned but will give it a tweet and share once again on HP. Thanks for letting me know about problems with my snowman hub. Hopefully now fixed! :)

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        21 months ago from Minnesota

        Patrica, I really to love this fruit cake recipe, and look forward to enjoying it every year. Other fruit cakes I have tried just do not compare, but then I have been a fan so haven't tried all that many others. - Kudos!

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        Patricia Scott 

        21 months ago from sunny Florida

        Honestly I am not a huge fan of fruit cake but have had one or two that were very good. This one sounds like it might be a new one to give a try....Angels are once again on the way to you ps

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Hi, ChitrangadaSharan!

        Good to see you again and I am glad that you are delighted with the fruit cake recipe. - Thank you so much for stopping by with your report.

      • ChitrangadaSharan profile image

        Chitrangada Sharan 

        2 years ago from New Delhi, India

        Came back to read this hub another time as I was going to try it this Sunday.

        Completely delighted with the results.

        Thanks for sharing!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Au fait, its the best I have had in the fruit cake line, and I truly do means that. Thanks for visiting! - Kudos!

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        C E Clark 

        2 years ago from North Texas

        This looks really delicious! I've only had a couple of fruitcakes in my life that I really liked. The ingredients for this one look great!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Mom had a slice of fruit cake with whip cream for desert tonight. She loves it and like special treats. I had a bite. Thanks, Sandy!

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        Sandy Mertens 

        2 years ago from Frozen Tundra

        Been here before but nice to consider if I would like to make it. Does look good.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Mary, thank you for coming by..you made my Holiday Season Brighter! Enjoy the recipe and a Merry Christmas to you.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Peggy, it is very nice to have you visit. I think of you from time to time and your highly educational hubs. Its a wonderful fruitcake recipe that I do enjoy giving as gifts all year through. - Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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        Mary Norton 

        2 years ago from Ontario, Canada

        I will have to keep this recipe and practice first before I do this for next Christmas. I love fruit cake myself and I used to get gifts of these so I never had to make them. But I do want to learn how and your recipe is just what I need.

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        Peggy Woods 

        2 years ago from Houston, Texas

        I would never have thought of making Valentine's Day gifts of fruitcake & using it other than around Christmas. Your photos are so beautiful. Usually I make cookies and/or sweet breads to give away as gifts but might have to consider trying this recipe of yours someday. Will pin it to my cakes and sweet breads board so that I can locate it easily. Thanks!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Jackie, thank you for stopping by to see the recipe. I love this desert. Gee, Christmas is just around the corner once again. I hope you have a very Merry Christmas. - Kudos!

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        Jackie Lynnley 

        2 years ago from The Beautiful South

        This looks and sounds so delicious! It has been years since I have had fruit cake and of course there is none good without the rum...and pecans! Thanks for sharing this jewel!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        I have two large round fruit cakes left over yet from last year. With enough alcohol in them they are preserved and mellow with age so well. Now my mouth is watering. I just might have to unwrap one today and and indulge.

        Thanks for coming by, Audrey. - Kudos!

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        Audrey Howitt 

        2 years ago from California

        Oh my mouth is watering!! I will have to try this!!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        2 years ago from Minnesota

        Thank you for coming by, Brandon. I am sure you will enjoy this moist and very tasty recipe.- Kudos!

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        Sandy Mertens 

        2 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

        I remember those fruit cakes that people would pass around year after year. This does not look like one of those. Good delicious.

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        Brandon 

        2 years ago from Houston, Texas

        Looks great I will try. Good hub

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        Arun Dev 

        3 years ago from United Countries of the World

        Looks yummy! It is vegetarian, right?

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Thank you for the awesome vote on this recipe hub, Suzanne Day. Kids and adults do love these cakes very much. Fruit cake is great for any special occasions or to make any occasion special. - Kudos!

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        Suzanne Day 

        3 years ago from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

        These cakes sure look a lot more exciting than those I am used to! I can imagine you'd have a lot of kids wanting these all the time, possibly even for birthdays. I really like the decorations with fruit and nuts you've used and your photos are just stunning. Makes me want to do a rumba looking at it! Voted awesome.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Patrica, I suppose you could experiment with whatever ingredients you would want to substitute. Who knows, you just might hit on a great new recipe idea. Personally, I will use the brandy and rum because its so good!

        Kudos!

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        Patricia Scott 

        3 years ago from sunny Florida

        Hi Colorfulone I have read this before but I came back to ask this: can some fruit juice be substituted for the alcohol? I know some who should have NO alcohol.

        Angels are on the way to you this evening. ps Voted up++++

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Thelma, good to have you stop by, thank you very much m'dear.

        Kudos!

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        Thelma Alberts 

        3 years ago from Germany

        That looks so inviting and delicious to eat. I have not made fruit cake for a long time. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I would love to try this for Christmas.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Elsie, nice to see your comment, thank you for visiting. I could go for a slice of this yummy desert right now. - Kudos!

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        Elsie Hagley 

        3 years ago from New Zealand

        Interesting recipe, I would sure love a piece now, fruit cakes, especially moist ones are my favorite.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Fancy is nice, and delicious is better, Peach.

        Thank you for visiting. - Kudos!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        I do agree that it looks too good to eat, but darn it sure is good, Shyron. Thanks for visiting. - Kudos!

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        peachy 

        3 years ago from Home Sweet Home

        Sure isa fancy fruitcake but never seen such big amount of ingredients

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        Shyron E Shenko 

        3 years ago from Texas

        Susie, this looks too beautiful to eat, would be perfect for the holidays.

        Voted up, UABI and shared.

        Blessings and Hugs

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        Marlene Bertrand 

        3 years ago from USA

        I have never been a fan of fruit cake, but I'll bet the rum and brandy make a difference. The recipe looks intense. But, if you like it, I'm just going to have to try it. Pinning this recipe so I'll have it handy.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Patrica, it is the difference of the rum and or brandy that makes the difference in a delicious fruit cake to me.

        Thank you, and Kudos!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Au fait, the rum and bandy make even a bad fruit cake much better. You can soak any of those dry cakes and let it age and have delicious results.

        Thanks for visiting. - Kudos!

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        C E Clark 

        3 years ago from North Texas

        Very interesting. I have had fruitcake that was good. This looks worth a sho (not talking target practice here) ;). Certainly is pretty and festive. Rum makes everything better, don't you think? Sounds and looks delicious!

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        Patricia Scott 

        3 years ago from sunny Florida

        I must admit I am not a huge fan of fruitcake but my sister makes one that is divine...it is marinated (so to speak over a period of weeks in brandy )...it sounds similar to this one. And hers was delicious so this probably would be too. Great details in the instructions.

        Angels are on the way to you this evening ps

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        ChitrangadaSharan, thank you for you visit and up votes on the recipe hub. - Kudos!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Alicia, thank you for checking out the recipe, it is delicious.

        Kudos!

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        Matthew A Easterbrook 

        3 years ago from Oregon

        Great hub colorfulone. It definitely deserved to be voted up. The recipe will,be great for parties and the holidays.

        Thanks,

        Matt

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        Chitrangada Sharan 

        3 years ago from New Delhi, India

        I love these colorful fruit cakes. This really sounds delicious too.

        A very well presented hub with helpful instructions. Thanks for sharing and voted up!

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        Linda Crampton 

        3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

        This definitely sounds like a delicious cake! Thanks for sharing the recipe, Susie.

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Flourish, I hope you do try this fruit cake recipe. It is delicious and moist.

        Thank you. - Kudos!

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        Matthew A Easterbrook 

        3 years ago from Oregon

        Wow! What a great hub Susie. I really enjoyed everything about it. Captain Admiral Rum is great by itself and now I have a recipe where I can have fruit cake with it. What more could anyone ask for? Your hub covered all areas and I voted it up for sure. I do agree on adding pecans too. I am excited to celebrate with one of these delicious rum soaked fruit cakes.

        Thanks for the recipe!

        Matt

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 years ago from USA

        I would like to try this with lots of pecans. I love rum!

      • colorfulone profile imageAUTHOR

        Susie Lehto 

        3 years ago from Minnesota

        Tip: The more rum and brandy used for this recipe, the better it is to most people's liking. Let some fruit cakes age for up to a year so that the alcohol mellows and you will be surprised with what time can do.

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