Apple Rice Pudding for a Rice Cooker

Apple Rice Pudding for a Rice Cooker created by Dreamer in Ontario

My husband LOVES rice pudding. I like using my appliances for everything, and have taken to modifying everything I can for the appliances that do all the work. here is a really good one. My DH tends to like alot of texture in his stuff. you can leave out the apples and raisins if you prefer and it turns out just as great. NOTE: when you look in there, it may look like it is over cooking. it is an illusion. Just stir it up.

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  • Put the rice, salt, 3 cups of boiling water, raisins, apples, and nutmeg. in the rice maker.
  • Tell the rice cooker to 'cook'.
  • When the rice cooker says it is done or switches to 'warm', stir in the condensed milk, vanilla, and butter.
  • Tell the rice cooker to 'cook' again.
  • When it switches to 'warm' again or says it is done cooking, evaluate.
  • If there is too much liquid in your rice pudding for your preference, you can tell the cooker to 'cook' again.
  • garnish with cinnamon.
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"My husband LOVES rice pudding. I like using my appliances for everything, and have taken to modifying everything I can for the appliances that do all the work. here is a really good one. My DH tends to like alot of texture in his stuff. you can leave out the apples and raisins if you prefer and it turns out just as great. NOTE: when you look in there, it may look like it is over cooking. it is an illusion. Just stir it up."

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  1. bill.riordan_8685251
    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.
  2. Louise B.
    This was awesome! No changes needed. I used real vanilla beans, which made it even more amazing.
  3. mandie21184
    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.
  4. Dreamer in Ontario
    Apple Rice Pudding for a Rice Cooker Created by Dreamer in Ontario
  5. WI Cheesehead
    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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