Creamy Rice Pudding Recipe

Today we will learn how to make Creamy Rice Pudding which you can easily prepare using your Electric Pressure Cooker.

Serves: Approximately 6 cups


Ingredients of Creamy Rice Pudding

  1. 1 ¾ cups Arborio or Carnaroli Rice
  2. 2 ¼ cups of Whole Milk
  3. 14-ounces of Coconut Milk
  4. 1 cup Water
  5. ¾ cup granulated Sugar
  6. 2 teaspoons of Cinnamon
  7. ½ teaspoon Salt
  8. 1 ¾ teaspoons of pure Vanilla Extract


Steps to prepare Creamy Rice Pudding

  1. Rinse rice and drain.
  2. Now place the rice, whole milk, coconut milk, water, sugar, cinnamon, and salt in the cooking pot of your electric pressure cooker.
  3. Select Saute mode and let it boil for about 1-2 minutes.
  4. Keep on stirring constantly so that the sugar dissolves completely.
  5. As soon as the mixture comes to a boil, cover and lock the lid of the electric pressure cooker in place.
  6. Select Low Pressure setting and set the timer for 15 minutes.
  7. After you hear the beeps of your electric pressure cooker, release the pressure.
  8. Turn off the electric pressure cooker.
  9. After the cooker cools down a little, remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow the steam to disperse.
  10. Now add vanilla and dried fruit into the mixture and stir.
  11. Place the lid back on the cooking pot, but do not turn on the electric pressure cooker.
  12. Let the rice pudding stand for 15 minutes. Now stir it and serve.
  13. You can now garnish your Creamy Rice Pudding with a sprinkling of cinnamon and freshly whipped cream.


Approximate Nutritional Value of Creamy Rice Pudding

The approximate Nutritional Value per 1 cup is:

  • Calories: 284 (67% from fat)
  • Carbohydrates: 50g
  • Protein: 6g
  • Fat: 9g
  • Fiber: 2g

Hope you liked this Creamy Rice Pudding Recipe.

Do let me know how your Creamy Rice Pudding tasted in the comments below.



  1. Jane Coward says:

    Hi, your recipe for ‘creamy rice pudding’ sounds good but I don’t see the fruit listed in the ingredients? How can you state nutritional values if you don’t stipulate what fruit and how much? I personally am not over concerned and it is easy enough to decide for oneself, but those having to watch their diet e.g. diabetics might well be concerned.

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