If you looked up comfort food dessert in the dictionary, rice pudding would surely be pictured. This collection of rice pudding recipes includes rice pudding that is baked, made on the stovetop, made in the slow cooker and flavored with everything from chocolate to raspberry sauce.
01 of 06
This creamy slow cooker rice pudding recipe is simplicity defined. Just the basic ingredients—rice, milk, sugar, and butter, plus a few flavorings. Feel free to add raisins or sweetened dried cranberries to this rice pudding if you like, they can cook right along with the rice pudding (they'll soften and plump a little).
02 of 06
Could there be a better way to use leftover cooked rice than in this easy stovetop rice pudding recipe? It's quick, comforting and oh so tasty. For a change of pace, try using sweetened dried cranberries or cherries instead of raisins in this recipe. If you're looking for a quick fix, check out this recipe for Instant Pot rice pudding.
03 of 06
The secret that makes this baked rice pudding recipe so silky smooth is using the right kind of rice—arborio rice, the same type of rice used in risotto—and stirring frequently. Otherwise, the pudding might develop a skin. Top this rice pudding with Demerara sugar, a larger crystal sugar that is less refined and gives a real punch of sweet flavor to every bite.
04 of 06
Rice pudding is quick and easy when made in a pressure cooker like the Instant Pot. The creamy cinnamon and raisin dessert is ready in no time with almost no effort required. Add a splash of rum or bourbon after cooking for a boozy treat, or toss in some mini chocolate chips. It tastes great served warm or chilled.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
05 of 06
Long-grain jasmine or basmati brown rice cooks in a bath of sweetened condensed milk and coconut milk in this easy, wholesome brown rice pudding recipe for the crockpot. Just dump the ingredients in, cover, and come back hours later to a creamy dessert the whole family will enjoy.
06 of 06