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Simple Rice Pudding Recipe

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 4 6

Baked Simple Rice Pudding

Step-by-Step Instructions to Make a Simple Rice Pudding

If you like desserts, you will love this simple rice pudding recipe. It is delicious to eat, easy to make, and your family will thank you for making this tasty dessert. Simple rice pudding is so quick and easy to prepare, you and your family will be enjoying it often. Simple rice pudding is also an economical dish to make and to serve. Since simple rice pudding is baked, make it when you are using the oven for a roast, casserole, or anything that needs to bake for a while. That way, you’ll be cooking your dessert right along with the main course - two for the price of one. Since you will be using your oven to the max, cooking this way, this will save energy, and of course, save you money.

Gather the ingredient to make this simple rice pudding recipe.

3 cups milk

½ cup white-rice, not instant

½ cup granulated sugar

1 tsp. lemon juice

¼ tsp. salt

¼ tsp. nutmeg

raisins are optional

Let’s Cook!

Pour the milk into an oven safe glass casserole dish. Add the rest of the ingredients, and using a spoon, mix until the sugar has dissolved. Raisins may be added if your family likes them.

Place the simple rice pudding in a preheated oven, and bake at 300 degrees for 1 ½ hours or until the liquid is absorbed. When baking the simple rice pudding with other foods, adjust the length of cooking time according to the temperature. When baking at a higher temperature, bake it for a shorter time. Over 350 degrees is not suggested for this recipe. About halfway through the baking time, stir the simple rice pudding again.

A Serving of Simple Rice Pudding

Serve the simple rice pudding hot or cold. My family particularly likes it served hot, with a scoop of ice cream in the center, and extra nutmeg sprinkled on top. This recipe makes four good adult servings. If adding ice cream, the simple rice pudding can be stretched to five servings.

In Closing

Simple rice pudding is a good recipe to teach your children how to make - a great way to introduce them to cooking. Teaching children to cook is a fun and educational experience to share. Other of my dessert recipes, you might want to make with your children, are chocolate four-layer dessert and Scottish shortbread.

And if you find, for some reason, you have extra milk on hand, which you would like to use before it spoils, then use it to make this yummy simple rice pudding. Typically, I use brown-rice in most recipes I make, but for some reason, brown-rice does not absorb the milk as well. And if you are trying to cut back on sugar usage, use 1/3 to 1/2 cup of sugar. Keep modifying the sugar until you get the sweetness you desire.

Other easy dessert recipes you might find interesting are:

Chocolate Sheet Cake
Pineapple Southern Pound Cake
Christmas Homemade Fudge
7 Up Pound Cake – A Quick and Easy Recipe
Make This Easy Strawberry Cake Recipe for Your Valentine
How to Make a Chocolate Homemade Pound Cake
How to Make a Lemon Jello Cake

If you and your family liked the simple rice pudding dessert recipe, then check out my other easy recipes by clicking here.


Photos:  Southerngirl09



Jun 14, 2011 9:16am
Rice pudding is one of my all time favorites. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Jul 7, 2011 10:39pm
Thanks for commenting on my simple rice pudding recipe. I like it because it is so quick and easy.
Jun 19, 2011 1:34pm
I have a wonderful Portuguese rice pudding recipe that is very similar to this one. I agree it's simply wonderful! Thanks for sharing your version.
Jul 7, 2011 11:03pm
Sometimes, simple is better. I enjoy fixing this simple rice pudding because it can be baked in the oven right along with dinner. Thanks for reading and commenting.
Jul 12, 2011 3:00pm
I LOVE rice pudding and when I was on chemo, it's all I wanted. My poor husband looked high and low for it in the grocery store, finding none that sounds this good. Your rice pudding recipe is a keeper.
Aug 29, 2011 9:46pm
Hi Sharon, Thanks for stopping by, reading, and commenting on my article. I am sorry to hear about your chemo. I hope you are better now. This recipe is very simple, but we enjoy it. I wish I lived nearby, and could have brought you some.
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