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


  • 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.


  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!

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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  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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