Simple rice pudding made at home

Simple rice pudding made at home

Simple rice pudding made at home

This simple stovetop rice pudding recipe is ideal for using up leftover cooked rice if you enjoy homemade rice pudding.

Using two spoons, two cups of rice pudding, and a blue tea towel

RICE PUDDING IS EASY
This dish is one of my favorites since I can almost always count on having everything I need on hand, and even our pickiest kids adore it. Look no further if you’re looking for a quick and simple rice pudding recipe; this one is unbeatable, I promise!

a rice pudding cup and a blue tea cloth are both present.

Recipe for rice pudding
Than be quite honest, I much prefer this dish to those from stores or restaurants. Let’s get started by responding to some of your most frequent queries!

A RECIPE FOR RICE PUDDING
Rice pudding is quite simple to make at home! Only a few materials and fifteen minutes are required! Did I mention there is just one pan?

a step-by-step collage showing how to prepare rice pudding

Top Left: Cook your rice and add it to a medium-sized saucepan if you aren’t using leftover rice.

Add your milk, sugar, butter, vanilla, and cinnamon to the top right and whisk to blend.

Bottom Left: Gently boil while stirring regularly (to prevent burning). Cook the mixture for 15 to 20 minutes, or until it thickens.

Remove from heat and let cool for a few minutes before serving, bottom right. If preferred, add a bit extra cinnamon.

It’s that simple!

CAN COOKED RICE BE USED IN THIS RECIPE?
The number of individuals who have asked me if you can create rice pudding with cooked rice has surprised me, and the answer is without a doubt YES! By using leftovers, using cooked rice cuts down on waste and saves you from slaving away over a hot burner.

WHAT IS THE BEST KIND OF RICE?
Regular long grain white rice is what I generally use because I always have it on hand. However, I’ve also tried basmati, jasmine, arborio, and sushi rice, and they’re all excellent choices! Brown rice or wild rice are the two varieties I use that I don’t enjoy for this dish.

DO YOU PREFER WARM OR COLD RICE PUDDING?
I’ll be honest—warm or cold—it tastes fantastic! Consume some warm after we prepare it. We then eat the leftovers right out of the fridge the following day!

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With Cooked Rice, Simple Rice Pudding
All of your leftover rice may be used to make Easy Rice Pudding! Additionally, I promise that you already have everything you need in the pantry!

Ingredients
2 cups of finished white rice
Milk, two cups
Butter, 3 TBS
30 grams of sugar
12 teaspoon vanilla
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon

Instructions
Put all of your ingredients in a sauce pan and stir them while heating it to a simmer.

Stirring continually while bringing to a gentle boil (to prevent burning). Cook the mixture for 15 to 20 minutes, or until it thickens. Before serving, let rice pudding to cool somewhat.
Notes
Can cooked rice be used to create rice pudding?
The number of individuals who have asked me if you can create rice pudding with cooked rice has surprised me, and the answer is without a doubt YES! By using leftovers, using cooked rice cuts down on waste and saves you from slaving away over a hot burner.

Rice from a prior supper that week, such as our slow cooker Tikka Masala or our Homemade Fried Rice, is usually used for this recipe.
The finest rice to use for rice pudding is what kind?
Regular long grain white rice is what I generally use because I always have it on hand. However, I’ve also tried basmati, jasmine, arborio, and sushi rice, and they’re all excellent choices! Brown rice or wild rice are the two varieties I use that I don’t enjoy for this dish.
Do you like warm or cold rice pudding?

I’ll be honest—warm or cold—it tastes fantastic! We consume some warm after we prepare it. We then eat the leftovers right out of the fridge the following day!
Nutrition
Calories 147kcal | 22g carbs | 3g protein | 5g fat | 3g saturated fat | 14mg cholesterol | 64mg sodium | 102mg potassium | 11g sugar | 250IU vitamin A | 79mg calcium | 0.1mg iron