5 Reviews

I've done this recipe twice now and it is absolutely delicious! Yes, it may have been a little tedious to stir frequently for an hour but it was oh so worth it. In my house I get people asking for it all the time now. I read that some people don't like the strong cinnamon flavor. In that case, feel free to leave out the cinnamon stick. It will taste great without it too!

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Alaena39 March 22, 2008

Strongly cinnamon-flavored and with a smooth, soft texture, it makes a generous batch. Its somewhat sweeter than I care for and took longer than expected to thicken. It reminded me of some of the very sweet desserts that my Puerto Rican stepmother makes. It would probably be a good dish to tempt a kid with a sore throat.

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3KillerBs September 12, 2007

This is the first time I've tried rice pudding, and I am definitely sold! I wasn't sure how thick it had to be before I stopped cooking, so I did 1 hour exactly. It does thicken a bit more once it cools, but 1 hour was really just right. This pudding is SO creamy and delicious! Thanks Chessie!

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Chilicat August 12, 2007

This was awesome! Perfect just the way it is directed. If making for a party, I would double the recipe because it will be a hit!

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bostonterr05 October 24, 2012

Today is the third time that I've made this recipe. I make enough for 50 servings. The Bingo Ladies at my VFW request it at least twice a year since I first made it. It is definitely a big hit. Looks like I'll be making it for a long time. Great recipe!!

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WhiteSnake November 17, 2011
Chacha's Arroz Con Leche: Cuban Rice Pudding