This classic dessert gets a modern upgrade. Make Salted Caramel Rice Pudding from scratch and enjoy a decadent twist on an old fashioned favorite.
You might be thinking that rice pudding is your grandma’s dessert, especially if you’re picturing raisins in a bland, gelatinous blob of rice. Not this rice pudding! This from-scratch recipe is both timeless and super simple to make. Also, it results in a decadent dessert you and your grandma will love. Delicious, creamy, salty, and sweet—this has it all!
We prefer the creamier texture of Arborio rice, but regular white rice will also work just fine. Reduce the cooking time to about 20 minutes.
Can rice pudding be made in a rice cooker?
No. This recipe requires a low simmer with stirring in order to reach the right consistency, as the rice is boiled in milk and sugar.
Do add-ins go well with rice pudding?
Absolutely. Rice pudding is kind of like vanilla ice cream. It is creamy and sweet and can mix well with lots of different flavors. If you want a little more sumpin’ sumpin’ with your rice pudding, you can try sprinkling some toasted pecans on it, sliced bananas, cinnamon, chocolate chips, apple slices, or even the traditional raisins.
Store leftover rice pudding in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days. You can eat it chilled or reheat in the microwave in 30 second increments until warmed through. Rice hardens up in the fridge, so you will want to thin it out with a tablespoon or two of water or milk.
If you like this recipe, you may be interested in these other delicious caramel recipes:
- Caramel Syrup
- Salted Caramel Shortbread Bars
- Caramelized Cinnamon Hot Chocolate
- Amish Honey Roasted Caramel Corn
- Homemade Salted Caramel Frappes
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It taste great the only problem with it is it’s to sweet for me and the rice may need more time to cook depending on how much is used
Sweet more recipes I can look up and save.. my grandkids will love this.. especially with the holidays coming up!!!
Can you use a different kind of rice
I made rice pudding about a year ago and thought, "Meh. Something only Mom likes." Guess I will have to give this recipe a try!