This slow cooker rice pudding will please anyone who loves a rich, creamy dessert. One of the best things about this recipe is how easy it is to get together quickly.
This recipe also uses no eggs, so there is no risk of ending up with eggy tasting rice. You can also try substituting the milk with something that may be better suited for your needs such as soy or almond milk.
I left raisins out of this recipe, but if you would like to add them, then they will work just fine. I recommend adding about half a cup to the standard recipe.
As I mentioned in the cooking tips further down this page, there is an abundance of extras that you can with this rice pudding. I love having it with a sprinkle of cinnamon, but some fruit or even chocolate will work great with it.
I love slow cooker desserts as they typically heat the next day nicely. I like to keep any leftovers of this pudding in the fridge and having it for either breakfast or as a treat later on in the day.
If you want to see how this recipe is done visually, then just check out the video below. It goes through all the steps to making this delicious rice pudding. If you do like the video, then please be sure to subscribe, so you’re kept up to date with all my latest videos.
Slow Cooker Rice Pudding Recipe
2 Hours & 30 Minutes
2 Hours & 40 Minutes
- ¾ cups long-grain white rice
- 4 cups milk
- ½ cup sugar
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 1 tsp. vanilla bean or extract
- 2 Tbsp. butter
- Firstly, rinse the rice under cold water.
- In the slow cooker, add all the ingredients and mix until sugar is dissolved.
- Cover & cook on high for 2 & ½ to 3 hours or until the rice is cooked and is creamy.
- Serve & Enjoy
- The time you cook this for may vary depending on the slow cooker you’re using. The high setting may be slightly different to the one I used for this recipe. If you’re unsure keep an eye on it for the first 10 minute and make sure it maintains a light simmer and not a boil.
- If you love your rice puddings to be creamy, then you can try substituting 2 cups of milk with thickened cream instead. This extra cream will result in a much creamier texture but be a slightly bit unhealthier.
- Rinsing the rice under water helps remove a lot of the excess starch, rids of foreign matter and also just helps for a lovely tasting rice pudding. You will also notice it won’t go as gluggy if you rinse the rice.
- If you don't have any cinnamon sticks then replace it for ground cinnamon instead. One teaspoon should be more than enough.
If you want something to go with your pudding I have a couple of suggestions that I often enjoy having with it. The following are just a few of my favorites:
- Stewed apple with cinnamon
- Mixed berries, fresh or frozen
- Caramelized pears
- Stewed Rhubarb
Of course, a lot of these extras will likely involve more work, but if you’re happy with just the vanilla version, then you’re still in for a treat.
If you’re curious about the how much this delicious pudding might have on your diet, then you find all the information you need below. Keep in mind this data is only an estimate and doesn’t take any alterations or extras that you might have with this dish.
There are plenty of other dessert recipes that you should try out. If you’re after something that is rich and creamy, then you should try out some custard in the slow cooker.
Another dish that you might love is the sticky date pudding. It’s the perfect sweet treat to spoil yourself with at the end of a busy day.
If you have a variation, feedback or anything else that you would love to share in regards to this slow cooker rice pudding recipe, then please feel free to drop a comment below. I would love to hear what you think of it.
Note: I use a 5.5L (6 Quart) slow cooker for all the recipes that I have on this website unless specified. If you have a smaller or larger slow cooker, then you might need to adjust the ingredients.