Thursday 24 January 2013

creamed rice pudding

I noticed from your comments on my last post quite a few of you enjoy rice pudding as much as we do.  So I thought you might like the recipe for my quick creamed rice pudding.  The recipe serves four but you can alter the quantity to serve more people.

creamed rice pudding


100g pudding rice
500ml full cream milk
100ml fresh cream
1 tsp vanilla essence
1 tbsp golden caster sugar


Combine all the ingredients in a saucepan and cook slowly over a medium heat for 15-20 minutes, stirring regularly. You will know it is ready when the liquid has mostly disappeared and the rice is soft.

The recipe lends itself very well to change. When making it I always measure the quantities of rice and liquid but add the sugar and vanilla to taste. We like it with more vanilla and less sugar.  You can alter it to suit.

A little warning.  It does need a watchful eye as it can catch and burn if left too long.

The berry sauce is easy to throw together.  I use a handful or two of frozen berries, about two tablespoons of brown sugar, some mixed spice and heat gently.

As the berries thaw and mix with the sugar it creates a really lovely syrup.  If the recipe is for adults you could add some port as well.

I always make a bit extra. The berries are lovely as a breakfast topping too, on porridge or greek yoghurt.


I just wanted to say hello and welcome to all my lovely new readers and also offer a little apology for not always replying to everyone's comments.  Time runs away with me but I do love to read each and every one. Thank you so much for taking the time to chat. x


  1. It looks very yummy ~ it's something that I have never made but maybe now I will give it a try :O)x

  2. We love rice pudding, looks delicious, thank you for sharing :) x

  3. Oh yum! My Mom used to make this when I was little... I loved it back then. Must reacquaint myself with it soon :)

  4. Mmmm yum. I have wanted to make rice pudding for years and this seems a super easy recipe thank you!

    I've been meaning to reply to your lovely comment on my blog but time is just flying away. Can't believe it's the end if January! Anyway lovely to 'meet you too'!!

    Helen xx

  5. Bee Thank you very much, yummmmmmmmy!
    D x!
    Ps will cook it friday night

  6. Thank you for posting your recipe. I will definitely give this a try, it looks delicious.
    M xxx

  7. Ooh that looks really scrummy xx

  8. I love rice pudding. My mum used to make it when I was little and I loved it.

    I only ever have tinned stuff these days which, let's face it, isn't the same!

    Yours looks sooo good! x

  9. Thanks for sharing this - I may be very dense but I always thought you had to bake rice pud in the oven unless you made it with risotto rice. It's so great to know that I can make it on the hob with pudding rice! Because when I fancy rice pudding, I don't want to wait for 3 hours for it to cook as I am a bit greedy. 20 mins is more like it. That berry sauce/compote looks scrummy too.

    Gillian x

  10. My mum always makes hers in a dish in the oven so this looks like a fab alternative when you're short on time. Which is always in our house. It makes me hungry just looking at it... thanks for sharing, I'll let you know if I make it! X

  11. I LOVE rice pudding as an evening snack, when it's really cold outside! Yummy, yummy!!!

  12. That looks and sounds delicious, I am a huge rice pudding fan! I will have to try that recipe this weekend I think! - Annie

  13. Bee - this looks lush, thank you so much for sharing! x

  14. Bee it looks delicious. I normally make my rice puddings in the oven, I must try this, today! (I just can't get enough comfort food at the moment.)

    Thank you so much for the get well wishes you left me :D

  15. This is the perfect pudding for a cold January evening - and the bonus is the berries make it look really healthy! Thank you x

  16. Oh my. I LOVE rice pudding. I may have to make some right now. Seriously. I love it as an evening snack, but I also love to sneak any leftovers for breakfast!


Thank you so so much for taking the time to visit .... it's always really lovely to hear from you.

I love to read your messages .... please stop by again if you've asked me a question or want to chat.

Bee x

© the linen cloud. All rights reserved.
Blogger Templates by pipdig