Grandma’s Rice Pudding
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 45 min.
Very good. Nice and creamy, however a little too sweet. I reduced the sugar to about half. Then I sprinkled a bit of brown sugar and cinnamon on the top. It was great!!!
Just made this today. I like a custardy rice pudding myself, nice and rich. I added some vanilla, a little cinnamon and some cardamon, I didn't see the instruction to not mix the rice and the liquids until I had already done it, oops, that didn't turn out well, I basically have a sweet scrambled egg with some rice.. The flavor is wonderful though, I really like the vanilla, cinnamon and cardamon additions. Maybe it would have turned out better if I hadn't mixed it all together, who knows, but I still won't be making this recipe again. I'm looking for a true old fashioned rice pudding and this wasn't it.
1-2-3 Yum Great Recipe!
Turned out a little soupy but that may have been my fault when I cooked the rice. I didn't use the raisins because my wife does like them. I did use nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves ground ginger, vanilla extract and added some honey on top. It was pretty good.
Awesome!! Just like my mom's!!
I love this with vanilla and cardamon instead of nutmeg. I have used almond milk and although it is drier I reheat leftovers it in a bowl with a little milk and it’s great!
Made several times now, tweaking to my taste. Great basic recipe... do not stir the custard into the rice, pour over rice and bake it. Basic recipe, make it to your liking.
Just came out of oven! I tasted hot, and yum. I added a teaspoon of vanilla and half teasp of cinnamon, smelled so good cooking too! Can't wait to try later! It is so nice looking too and I didn't have to stay by the stove to stir the whole time!
Super easy, super delicous! I upped the spice by adding a teaspoon of cinnamon. You can also swap out half the milk for coconut milk.
This tastes just like the rice pudding my father used to make (he was born in 1909). Delicious! My dad made this on the stove top. It is basically a custard style rice pudding. But since I tend to burn stove top puddings, I prefer the baked method. So old fashioned, so good! Thanks for bringing back the memories.