This came out nice and creamy! I used honey in place of the sugar and added equal amounts. My husband loves rice pudding, so thank you! Made for ZWT4.
My sweet tooth got in the way here and I really felt it needed to be sweeter. I subbed honey for the sugar in equal quantity. My son loved it. I can see myself making it this way again but I would use sugar as per the recipe and perhaps a bit of butter. It would be quicker than my rice pudding which takes a few hours in the oven. I did add a bit of cinnamon to add some flavour. It did smell lovely while cooking. This was made for ZWT4. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
My kitchen smells wonderful from the simmering vanilla! This reminds me a little of my mom's rice pudding. I used arborio rice and replaced the sugar with honey (for the ZWT African dessert challenge). I was afraid to use skim or lowfat milk so I used whole. Great success! The amount of milk listed worked out perfectly for me; no extra was needed. And it really is good warm or cold. Thanx for sharing!
Very tasty, perfect for a cool night or breakfast! We used Grade B maple syrup instead of sugar (6 TBSP) and also let each person pick a spice to put on their bowl -full (cinnamon and nutmeg are both great choices!)
More applause from me. I did add the grating of nutmeg another reviewer mentioned. Yum!
Simple, easy and delicious. thanks
Comfort food at its best is right! We loved this! Thanks Nan!
Mercy, mercy - comfort food! Perfect texture & sweetness. I grated a little nutmeg on top but otherwise made just by your instructions. Defintely one I'll make again! Thanks!
Memories of childhood, that is what this recipe brought to mind. The directions were perfect and the rice was done in time specified. I served it hot with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Total comfort food! Kinda like a dessert risotto lol. I halved the recipe because my poor fridge is already stuffed with leftovers from my ZWT cooking frenzy. I used whole milk, which made this so nice and creamy, and I didn't need to add any extra milk, either. I used blueberry honey instead of the sugar, but I added one extra spoonful to make it a bit sweeter. I also sprinkled it with some cinnamon because I adore cinnamon with most sweet stuff. This was good at any temperature, but I was especially partial to warm. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT4