By Rita~ on January 17, 2003
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"Creamy, A touch of spice, Rich comfort food. You can make in Crock pot. I've also added a package of vanilla pudding mix with a little milk(Not instant) to the rice pudding before going into the oven."
Serving Size: 1 (255 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Excellent recipe!!!!!!!!!Pleased my stepfather greatly as he said it was almost exactly like his Mom made(a great cook by the way).Perfect just like it was submitted. Thanks!Peggy in TX"
"Comforting, creamy and perfectly spiced all describe this pudding! I followed Ritas crockpot instructions (spray with pam, cook on low 4-6 hours, stir often adding milk as needed)and added the pkg of vanilla pudding. The rum soaked raisins are absolute genius! We LOVED it! The perfect ending to our comfort food dinner!"
"This was really good!! I cooked it in the crock pot for about 3 1/2 hours on low, stirring it every so often. I think next time I might add an extra cup of milk and a little extra cardamon and cinnamon and have it cooking for longer. We left the raisins out and used vanilla extract instead of the bean and it was still really, really good. Served it warm with a sprinkling of nutmeg, but it was just as good without. Thanks for the recipe!!! :)"
"Another wonderful recipe Rita! The only rice pudding I like is the baked type and this is the best of that type that I've ever eaten. The cardamom added another wonderful flavor note that turned this into something special. Thanks so much, both from me and my daughter, the rice pudding fiend. (My brunch guests thank you, as well.) "
"Yummy is all I can say Rita! I loved the flavor the cardamom gave, as I made this for the cookalong challenge of the week which was cardamom! I didn't have vanilla beans so used vanilla flavoring. Thanks for a delicious rice pudding!"