Hot Eats and Cool Reads: Old Fashioned Rice Pudding Recipe

Nov 13, 2011

Old Fashioned Rice Pudding Recipe

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Pure comfort food and SO delicious! Perfect for Sunday dinner! Old Fashioned Rice Pudding Recipe from Hot Eats and Cool Reads



This recipe brings back so many good memories! My mom used to make it when I was growing up and it was my absolute favorite! It is super easy to make and turns out so creamy. I just love the custard in this recipe. 


Old Fashioned Rice Pudding Recipe

by Sheena
Ingredients
  • 2 c. cooked rice
  • 1/4 c. raisins (optional)
  • Custard:
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 tsp. vanilla
  • 1/2 c. sugar
  • 2 c. milk
  • nutmeg
Instructions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
In a baking dish (I used a 3 quart baking dish) whisk together eggs, salt, vanilla, sugar and milk. Stir in cooked rice and raisins. Sprinkle with nutmeg.
Bake for 1 hour 15 minutes. Serve sprinkled with cinnamon.

(For those of you who prefer a creamier rice pudding, feel free to double the custard and extend baking time if needed.)

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37 comments:

  1. Ok. Time to update my grocery list.

    What is 1.2 tsp is it 1/2?

    I didn't know rice pudding was served warm. I've only eaten it cold.

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  2. Yes it is 1/2. Typo, thanks for pointing that out! I like this the best right out of the oven, but can also be eaten at room temp. It is amazing! :)

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  3. Looks fabulous. I know my hubby would love this...I'm pinning now. Love your blog title. =)

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  4. Thanks and it is a really great recipe, and sure disappears fast! Thanks for visiting!

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  5. Yummm! I love Rice Pudding. Wish the hubs could eat it {lactose intolerant}.

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    1. Oh bummer! I love rice pudding too! So glad you stopped by! :)

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    2. Could this be made with almond milk (neutral flavor) or coconut milk (slightly coco nutty flavor) instead?

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    3. I ask for myself as well, because I am allergic to milk and would love to be able to have rice pudding again!

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    4. I don't know anything about almond or coconut milk, but I did some google searching and I found quite a few people using almond milk in rice pudding and it working well. Not sure how they made their rice pudding, but I'd say it's worth a try! If you do try it, let me know if it turns out! :)

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    5. I use vanilla soy milk in mine and seems to work just fine in my opinion.

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  6. Hi our family loves rice pudding and this looks like it is cut like a piece of cake! I would love to try this and I like that it is baked. TFS this recipe at share your stuff tues. I pinned it! Julie at julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  7. This looks so yummy. I cannot wait to make this one for Thanksgiving!

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    1. Thank you!! Enjoy... it will be great for thanksgiving! Glad you stopped by!

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  8. Oh wow, this rice pudding sure does look delicious! Stopping by from last Monday's boost to Pin this yummy dessert!

    Shauna @ The Best Blog Recipes

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  9. Hope you really baked it in Corningware, not Tupperware! ;)

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    1. Lol! It is Tupperware! They had a line of baking dishes back in the day. My Mom bought them when I was a kid and it's the only thing we've ever baked the rice pudding in! :)

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  10. Congrats Sheena on having this lovely recipe being featured at Weekend Potluck! Looks scrumptious. But then, all your dishes do. =)

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  11. Hi! I found you on Pinterest, and I just put this in my oven.. Fingers and toes crossed that it comes out looking as good as yours! Thank you for sharing your recipe!

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    1. You're welcome! I hope you liked it. Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  12. I will use almond milk for this...I've never had or made rice pudding but this one being baked sounds good... not sure I'd like it cold.

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    1. If you try it with almond milk, let me know how it turns out! Enjoy!

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  13. I made this and it was good, however, the rice was hard and I cooked it completely. Any suggestions?

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    1. I forgot to add, that we like it cold, so I completely cooled it then put in fridge overnight. Other than the rice being hard, it was really good.

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    2. Hi Erin! Sorry the rice turned out hard. We've made this dozens of times over the years and haven't had that problem before. I would try doubling the custard part of the recipe and maybe the rice would stay softer for you that way. Hopefully it works out next time! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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    3. did you cook the rice Erin??

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    4. I used arborio rice and it came out perfect!! My boyfriend likes it cold so the arborio rice worked perfectly!! Thank you!

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    5. and you cooked it this time :} as per instructions....COOKED rice

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  14. Do I cook 2 measuring cups of rice or do I cook rice and measure out 2 cups from there? Thant you.

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    1. Hi Elizabeth! You can cook the rice, and measure two cups from there! Thanks!

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  15. can you use powdered sugar for this?

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    1. I've only used granulated sugar, and don't recommend powdered sugar. Thanks!

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