Thee are so many ways that you can serve this Huckleberry Rum Sauce. With the smooth taste of rum complimented by the flavorful huckleberry taste, this sauce is the perfect option for anyone wanting to serve something different. During the holiday season, I like to make a huckleberry rum trifle to bring to our neighborhood Yankee Swap/Pot luck dinner. It is quite easy to make; I use a vanilla cake mix and bake it according to its directions. Once it has cooled, I mix up some vanilla flavored instant pudding and then I create layers in the trifle dish. First I place pieces of the cake on the bottom of the dish to create a layer; next I pour 1/2 of the pudding over the cake. Now you can pour some of the huckleberry rum sauce over the pudding. If you prefer, at this point you can add a layer of whipped cream. Repeat these layers again and you have a delectable dessert that everyone will want to try! If you like to add fruit, blueberries are a nice addition as their taste is very similar to huckleberries and the sauce has blueberries in it too. For those not familiar with huckleberries, by definition they are a small, round, edible blue-black berry related to the blueberry. In my opinion, except for their size which is smaller than a blueberry, one would probably not know the difference if you were to taste them.
All natural huckleberry rum sauce is a light and delightful dessert topping or a perfect addition to yogurt; packaged in a 9 oz. glass jar.
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Ingredients: Huckleberries, blueberries, strawberries, pomegranate concentrate, sugar, rum, pectin, lemon juice, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Huckleberry rum sauce has no preservatives and should be refrigerated after opening.
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