This is the creamy recipe I’ve been waiting for

Craving a warm, heartwarming dessert without all the fuss? Dive into the world of Slow Cooker Rice Pudding. Picture a frosty evening, your home filled with the inviting scent of creamy, sweet rice pudding. Each bite feels like a comforting embrace, taking you to a realm of sheer pleasure. Believe me, once you taste this, it’s going to be a recurrent request in your home.

My grandmother was the magician behind this dessert, whipping it up for special days and family get-togethers. It was more than just a dish; it was a moment of bonding, filled with shared smiles, tales, and the magic of togetherness. This cherished recipe has journeyed through our family, becoming a legacy of flavors and emotions.

Slow Cooker Rice Pudding Recipe


1 cup pudding rice (like Arborio rice)

4 cups whole milk

1 cup granulated sugar

A pinch of salt

Optional: 1 teaspoon vanilla extract and 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon (or even nutmeg for a twist)

To garnish: Think raisins, nuts, fresh fruits or any of your favorites!


Give the rice a good wash under cold water until it’s clear of starch. Drain well.

In your slow cooker, bring together the washed rice, milk, sugar, optional vanilla, cinnamon, and salt. Mix well.

Cover and let it simmer on a low setting for 3-4 hours. Occasionally stir to ensure the rice doesn’t bond with the cooker’s base.

After this, you’ll find your pudding has a creamy texture. For a thicker touch, you can cook it a bit more, say around 30 minutes to an hour.

When it’s got that perfect consistency, switch off the heat.

Serve it up either warm or cold. Garnish with toppings like raisins or nuts or even a hint of cinnamon.

Voila! An easy, can’t-miss Slow Cooker Rice Pudding recipe is now at your fingertips. It’s not just a dish; it’s an experience, perfect for gatherings or a simple evening in. The best part? Its adaptability! Relish it as a breakfast or as a dessert, hot or cold. It promises to sprinkle warmth and joy, no matter when or how you choose to indulge.

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