Kitty Litter Rum Balls Revisited

The kitty litter rum balls were a hit.  Well, few people could steel themselves to try them, but everyone appreciated them very much. 

Every so often at the party, the call would go up, "Who wants a poop?" and someone would have to volunteer while everyone watched in anticipation.

It was almost like a frat party.

So, if you’re curious (and because I don’t want poor Andi to get fetish hits on SpouseBUZZ), I’m putting the picture of the rum balls after the jump.

Here they are – in all their appetizing glory!


Truly horrible.  Anyone want the recipe?

1 cup crushed Oreos

1 cup powdered sugar

1/4 cup Peppermint Schnapps

1 1/2 tsp honey or corn syrup

Grape Nuts Cereal

1)  Mix Oreos, sugar, Schnapps, and honey together.  Let sit about ten minutes.  If still too sticky to work with, add a teaspoon or so of sugar.

2)  coat hands with butter spray and fashion balls (traditional) or fake poops out of the mixture.

3)  spread grape nuts on a pan in a very shallow layer.

4)  lay freshly made "poops" on the bed of Grape Nuts while still sticky. 

5)  Allow to dry overnight before serving.

Now, I would LOVE to heard stories of SpouseBUZZers who used the Kitty Litter Rum Ball recipe for holiday get-togethers or Superbowl parties.  How did they work for you?

About airforcewife

airforcewife started her military journey as an Army National Guard wife, but upon experiencing base housing decided to aim high and made the switch to the Air Force. That's worked pretty well for Air Force Family so far, even though airforcewife holds the spouse world record for Come to Jesus talks with various members of the command.

Air Force Family has four children, two pit bulls, and a Mother-in-Law who lost her mind eight years ago. Despite the reputation of pit bulls, airforcewife would like to assure you that her Mother-in-Law is truly the most dangerous of the group, and is banned in more places than the dogs.

airforcewife gets through Air Force Guy's frequent deployments and TDY's by frequently attending her boxing gym, after the chance discovery last deployment that hitting things really does make life better. She also volunteers as the Ambassador for Sew Much Comfort to Bethesda National Naval Medical Center and in a variety of other causes throughout the year.

airforcewife has no idea what the future holds, but decided five years ago that she wants to be Andi when she grows up.