Old Fashioned Creamy Rice Pudding only takes a few simple ingredients and it’s the best I’ve ever tasted! it gets rave reviews from everyone I’ve served it to!
Rice pudding can be made with or without raisins, I enjoy both ways but this is my all time favorite way- without.
This recipe can also be made using Splenda instead of sugar! Which I tend to do when I make anything that my diabetic brother is going to be eating- Just use 1/3 the amount. This is an easy way to enjoy this deliciously creamy recipe but cut down on the sugar and on the calories.
This recipe is deceptively simple- yet ultra flavorful, it will remind you of your grandmothers old fashioned rice pudding you used to love so much!
I wish I could give this more than five stars because it is incredible! My grandmother used to make such an amazing rice pudding, which I’ve never been able to even nearly duplicate until now.
Rice pudding is a tradition in my family, it has been since we all used to go to my grandmothers house on every major holiday like Christmas, Thanksgiving and even New years! …everyone in my family just loves it.
i’m a 3rd generation of the family and this is a masterpiece of the simplest kind! it turns out marvelous!!! it beats all those KozyShack brand and store brands!
I finish it off by sprinkling some cinnamon or nutmeg on top. It always turns out super creamy and just sweet enough! I left out the raisins simply because Only my husband and I were eating it and I didnt have any on hand, but I will make it again and put them in! definitely add this recipe to your collection of favorites!
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Old Fashioned Creamy Rice Pudding
- 2 cups white rice, cooked
- 2 cups whole milk
- 3 Tablespoons unsalted butter
- 1/3 cup granulated white sugar
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- In a sauce pan over medium-low heat, mix together all ingredients.
- Bring to a low boil and cook for 15-20 minutes, stirring consistently.
- Let cool for 5-7 minutes before serving