Stupid question… the alcohol isn’t cooked out right? My blog is much smaller and not as highly trafficked as some of the others out there, so I think it’s just a matter of how many people actually see this recipe! I can say I’ve never had rum cake before. Thanks!!! Get on it, girl! Oh my goodness! That is one beautiful cake! This past Saturday was our 2nd anniversary, which we spent in St. Augustine (our favorite city). Of course, the perfect 4-tier cake was a huge deal for me, and when we finally settled on a pretty well-known and loved bakery, our hardest decision was cake flavors. A huge hit at all the family get togethers! Thank you for this recipe! 1. a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style. Dessert is always a part of a special meal for me. What did you pipe along the bottom? I guess more like a real bakery would use…she is an amateur cake decorator (looks professional) and makes larger cakes for people. I might need to try this! Hey, the holidays are coming up, diets are so hard to stick to when there are so many amazing things to eat everywhere!!! Thanks for the quick reply Erica! I made this cake for a birthday party I decorated the top with chocolate shells and macadamia nuts for rocks and a paper umbrella. https://www.almanac.com/recipe/pina-colada-pineapple-rum-cake Rum cakes are wonderful, you won’t regret trying one! I’m so glad you and your book club enjoyed it! Stopping by via the Southern Girl Blogging FB , but I knew it was you.. LOL! This cake looks and sounds delicious! I’m strictly a bake at home kind of gal…love making cakes but never made any for showers and things. Girl, you haven’t lived!! https://www.thespruceeats.com/pina-colada-cake-recipe-3059203 Be careful not to bring it to a boil. Set aside. It was lovely to see some of your wedding photographs & read a bit of your history too. I was wondering the same. Double workout tomorrow at the gym for me. One of my favourites was our tenth when we renewed our wedding vows and had two parties with family and friends, one here at home in the UK and one where I came from in Canada . Every year when I visit the Caribbean, I always come back with one (or more) and I also order them for my (grown) son’s birthday. I just couldn’t get over the yummy cake, marinated in that classic rum bite. Cutting into it after dinner that night…that was a different story. I divided the cake batter among three cake tins to get three small cake layers (5-inch big per cake). Of course, we didn’t see any of it again until we got off the ship. Please understand that this is a blog, not a recipe database, and there are reasons that bloggers like me do what we do with our posts. Fold in the cool whip and more rum if desired. I will give it a try! I’m glad I found you guys! Your Pina Colada Rum Cake looks and sounds delicious (I’ve pinned it and hope to make it soon). You go girl! Learn how your comment data is processed. Thank you so much for the feedback – I truly, truly appreciate it and YOU! Oh yeah…this is happening. The cake looks absolutely delicious! I do see this cake in my future! Amount is based on available nutrient data. Great work and thanks! Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. And then more coconut. Crave-worthy cooking...Despite the crumbs. It was vanilla with a bit of pineapple. Bake in the preheated oven for 25 to 30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the cake comes out clean. It’s like a fluffy coconut. In other words, you can easily scroll down to the bottom where the recipe card is – you don’t have to read anything up top! It all started back on our first vacation together, a cruise to the Bahamas back in 2007. Our Pina Colada Rum Cake offers a new take on the original, combining the moist and delicious cake you love with the light, tropical flavor of pineapple and coconut. I hope you love it! Thanks, Jenna! Allrecipes is part of the Meredith Food Group. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. I really want to do something with that leftover pineapple juice. Spanakopita and Pastes and Souvlaki…and that was our pre-dinner appetizer! can crushed pineapple in juice, drained (reserve juice to make 1/4 cup) 1/4 C reserved juice of crushed pineapple 1/4 C Malibu Rum (or any light rum) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Oh my goodness! My husband and I are huge rum cake fans, and I’ve made this multiple times over the years. Don’t let the ingredient list deter you, it’s really pretty easy! Thank you, Mila!! Is there a box cake I can use? Two parties must have been lovely! Your cake sounds so good, and your photography is beautiful too! Cool, then whisk in the toasted coconut. Thanks, girl! If you’d rather skip my (pretty darn helpful) tips and tricks, essential cooking info, and similar recipe ideas – and get straight to this deliciously easy rum cake recipe, just scroll right on down to the bottom of the page where you can find the printable recipe card!