Let’s Get Ready To Rumball
I am a happy retired person and can now spend my days and nights making rumballs!!!
I’m continuing to detox from my day job, resting and just letting go. So far so good. It will take time. Twenty-five years and change is a lot of stuff to let go of but I’m loving it.
Looking around now for my own kitchen. Close to home. If anyone knows of a small space for rent or lease, say about 250sf to 400sf, a commercial kitchen ready to use or a restaurant looking to share space in long beach, Paramount or Compton, CA, let me know.
Going to set up a page for caterer’s only, and try the gluten free rumballs with rice flour. Will keep everyone posted.
Holidays are on the way, now’s the time to start thinking about what flavor of rum, whiskey, bourbon and cognac balls to add to your upcoming party and/or get together.
Had to have work done on my website as customers were not receiving order notifications and shipment notices. Well, this has been fixed. I want everything to go smoothly for all customers.
Added the White Chocolate, White Chip Cognac Balls to my product line, yum.
You can now place your order for your favorite rumballs via my Facebook page. Don’t you just love simplicity!
Adding white chips to the semi-sweet and dark chocolate rumballs soon.
Well I’m going into my ninth month of detox and feeling good!!! I’m just about ready to move my feet forward with the ideas I have for Miss B’s. I will be working on the gluten free samples this weekend. Anxious to see how they will taste and will need taste testers.
Will be making a trip to the Bahamas to pick up a few bottles of the pure white cognac for my customers who prefer the brand at the end of the month.
Started working on the gluten free rumball cookies today using rice flour. Not in love with the consistency after baking. Maybe need to grind the rice down until its a bit finer.
WOW! I had a T-shirt made for Miss B’s. Been wearing it around town a bit.
Okay, I really don’t like the consistency of the rumballs made with rice flour. The flavor is good but the feel in my mouth…no! Going to try the oat flour and add a little more vanilla for flavor.
My rumballs, bourbon, whiskey and cognac balls are all made from scratch and have a high butter content and if left out for a few days (especially in the warmer months) might soften the cookie. I add a note in each order to “put them in the fridge if you are not ready for them” as there are no preservatives in these cookies. So, you can leave them out during the day but put them in the fridge at night to keep them fresh.
Also, moved the processing time back to seven to ten days!
I think I have a winner! Combined gluten free oat flour and rice flour. It holds together well and the flavor is good. It firms up faster than the regular AP (all purpose) gluten flour rumballs but that’s okay. Will make for a quick processing and shipping time. Going to make a few more and test myself before asking for taste testers.
Getting positive feedback from the gluten free taste testers so I will be adding them to my store soon.
WOW! I’ve taken more sugar out of the cookie and less powdered sugar on the cookie and in the box and I have to say that the rum flavor really comes thru more…I like it!
Still working on the gluten free rumballs. Also, going to add a chocolate chip cookie rumball once the taste testing is complete.
Whoopee! Taste testing all done and will be adding the chocolate chip cookie and the gluten free rumballs to my product line soon.
Have a great rumball day!