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Outstanding....I would not change a thing, I bought the rice cooker yesterday and have been trying a couple of different things...this one was great.

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bill.riordan_8685251 September 11, 2014

This was awesome! No changes needed. I used real vanilla beans, which made it even more amazing.

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Louise B. March 24, 2014

This was a nice holiday treat in between huge family meals. This makes a pretty big batch and since it's pretty heavy I'd recommend halving the recipe. Would I make it again? Probably only for the holidays with a large crowd who actively likes rice pudding. Otherwise it will mostly go to waste for me and my crowd. But it was good so at least give it a go.

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mandie21184 January 02, 2012

I had to make this dairy free, so used coconut milk for the sweetened cond., which necessitated adding some sweetness (I figured out after I tasted it!) I just added some liquid Stevia and it was just right. I ran it through 3 cycles and it was still pretty creamy (some milk on top) so I might add a little bit more rice or less milk next time, but was still super tasty.

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WI Cheesehead October 24, 2010

I loved the addition of apples to the rice pudding! This dish is delicious. The only thing I would have liked to be different is the sweetness. Even though I used about half the sweetened condensed milk called for I still found it to be too sweet for my tastes. Using a rice cooker to cook the pudding was so easy and convenient. The pudding was good both hot and fresh from the cooker and cold the next day. Made for Kittencalskitchen's Crock Pot and Rice Cooker Game.

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Dreamer in Ontario October 24, 2010

Ours has turned out great every time! It has become a family favorite. Our changes: use arborio rice; leave the peels on the apples; no raisins. Discovered that it is yummy to add Bailey's as a topping! THANKS for the great recipe!

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GoldToSilver January 26, 2010

I found that 3 cups of water too much when using 1 cup of rice. I would definitley make it again by increasing the amount of rice

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cherkomoo October 04, 2009

I found it a bit too sweet. I would probably try it with more rice and water first then add the other ingredients. I will decrease the amount of butter. I will try it again though.

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marcinekjd July 17, 2009

Yummy! Quick and easy! Wonderful on a cold and snowy day!

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sara12972 February 22, 2009

Excellent. This worked perfectly in my rice cooker, DH loved it. I used gala apples, arborio rice, fat-free sweetened condensed milk, and reduced fat margarine.

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yogiclarebear December 19, 2008
Apple Rice Pudding for a Rice Cooker