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What could be more delicious than a Puerto Rican Rum Cake, with a rum-glaze? Baking cakes, especially bundt cakes is so easy! I use a yellow cake mix and just add additional ingredients. See our recipe online. Hint, always use Bacardi Rum. Prepare the glaze once the cake is out of the oven. Poke, poke, poke holes using an ice pick or anything similar. Once the glaze is ready slowly begin pouring the glaze over the cake and around the inside rim. Once the cake cools down, refrigerate it until 30 minutes before serving. If you are making this for a cover dish, don't remove it from the pan until you get to the distination. Then turn over the cake onto a plate and let it sit upside down for a few minutes until the cake drops. Enjoy!


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