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Sweet and fragrant, rum-infused treats are a big part of Christmas tradition the world over.
Check out the recipes for rum truffles and rum-free alternatives from Australian Women’s Weekly Food in the gallery below.
Perfect for gifting, Christmas truffles with a rum-base are a traditional holiday treat.
This classic recipe is one to file away and relive every Christmas.
Mini chocolate Christmas pudding truffles
The recipe for these adorable mini Christmas pudding truffles is so simple that these cute puds are sure to become a Christmas celebration tradition!
These little chocolate Christmas puddings also make marvellous end-of-year presents.
Chocolate rum and raisin truffles
These bite-sized truffles make great gifts, especially at Christmas, as well as a sweet treat for parties or afternoon teas. If you want to go all out, dust with little fragments of gold leaf.
Classic rum balls
Sweet and fragrant, these rum-infused treats are rolled in toasted coconut and served up at Christmas time.
Rum balls are the quintessential Christmas treat.
Easy rum balls
It’s possible you have all of the ingredients to whip up these tasty treats in your pantry already!
Buttered rum brazil nuts
For a fun spin on the traditional truffle, you can bring some rummy-goodness to the table with these moreish morsels.
For the truffle experience, free from rum, these recipes are a great substitute.
These chocolate bliss balls are made with honey and dried apricots for a naturally sweet treat.
Nutty shortbread balls
These soft shortbread balls are filled with crunchy almond chunks, perfect with a cup of tea or coffee after a Christmas feast.
Chocolate apricot balls
These perfect bite-sized treats of dried apricot and coconut dipped in chocolate are incredibly moreish – just try to stick to one… okay two!
White chocolate coconut balls
Treat family and friends to these decadent white chocolate and coconut balls as an alternative to a traditional Christmas rum ball.