Brown Rice Pudding

I’ve been making Brown Rice Pudding in my slow cooker. It is a really indulgent after-school snack and couldn’t be any easier. This has definitely been a go-to snack during my Costco Challenge.

Don’t be surprised by the small amount of rice this recipe requires. It absorbs all the moisture while cooking and turns into a delicious, creamy dessert. Since it is so easy to make, you’ll find yourself wanting to make it over and over. To change up the recipe a bit, try adding some homemade pumpkin pie spice or apple pie spice mix!

If you have any leftover brown rice pudding, it also makes and excellent breakfast. I might saute some apples or make a blueberry compote and serve them together.

Brown Rice Pudding

Brown Rice Pudding

Ingredients

  • 32 oz Organic Vanilla Soymilk*
  • 2/3 cup brown rice
  • Cinnamon Stick
  • optional toppings: cinnamon, maple syrup, craisins, chocolate chips
  • *You may substitute any type of milk. If you using plain milk, I'd recommend adding a teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Instructions

  1. In a slow cooker, stir together the rice, soymilk and cinnamon stick. Cook on high. At two hours, the rice is cooked, but it is still liquid-y. By three hours, it should be a thick rice pudding. You can decide how your family most enjoys to eat it!
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If you have trouble cleaning your slow cooker after you’ve made your pudding, my technique for cleaning burnt pots and pans works really well on a slow cooker mess!

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Comments

  1. I want to try this! It sounds like it would make a good breakfast too.

  2. Tiffany, I actually made a little blueberry compote and gave the leftovers to my daughter for breakfast. Yum-o! Andrea

  3. So, I tried this tonight and I’m wondering if the recipe is right. It has been going on low for 2.5 hours and is super watery. I used rice milk instead of soy since that is what I use (soy intolerant here) and usually that substitution causes no trouble. Is 2/3 cup of rice to 32 oz of liquid the right ratio? Maybe I should have done 2-3 cups? Not sure what I did.

  4. Ann, The ratios were right – the heat was wrong! Sorry, you should have been cooking on high. :( Recipe has been updated. It is a lot of liquid to rice, but it does cook and come together. Andrea

  5. Andrea, you’re right it must have been the heat! I let it go for another 2 hours or so and it turned out perfect!

  6. Ann, I am soooooo glad it eventually turned out! Terribly sorry for any inconvenience. :( Andrea

  7. Can you tell me how much this makes? I’d like to make a large batch for several people. Just want to know if I should double it for 8 people. Thanks.

  8. Hi Valerie! It makes 6 portions, so I would double it if you want to serve 8 people. Andrea

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