Rice pudding in the microwave is an easy and quick recipe with a Mexican flavor that you will love! This is a homemade recipe made with cooked rice and condensed milk.
This recipe is also in Spanish: Arroz con leche en el microondas
Last night I was cooking white rice for dinner, when suddenly I was craving a bowl of rice pudding. With all my family activities I haven’t had time to make this dessert lately.
So I thought I’d make a rice pudding in microwave. I made this inspired by my Grandma’s classic recipe, but much easier.
A few minutes later I was enjoying a delicious homemade rice pudding mug.
I hope you try this rice pudding with condensed milk recipe. You can add your preferred topping like bananas, raisins, or cinnamon. My favorite flavor is cinnamon- vanilla, check it out!
How to make rICE PUDDING IN MICROWAVE
(Arroz con leche recipe)
- 1 cup cooked white rice
- 3/4 cup of milk (or 3/4 can of evaporated milk)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder
- Sweetened condensed milk to taste
- Microwave mug, bowl or container
Stir in cooked rice, vanilla, and milk in a microwave bowl.
Add sweetened condensed milk to taste.
Heat rice pudding ingredients in the microwave for a minute and a half.
Take out the bowl and stir. Put it back in the microwave for thirty seconds.
Repeat this step two or three times every thirty seconds to avoid spillings.
The rice pudding will be ready when the rice is soft and the mixture is thick and creamy.
Be careful when removing the rice pudding from the microwave because it can be really hot.
You can serve it in mugs or small bowls.
Enjoy hot or cold as you prefer.
Garnish rice pudding with cinnamon powder, raisins, or anything you like.
I hope you enjoy this microwave rice pudding recipe!
- You can use whole milk instead of evaporated milk.
- If you don’t have sugared condensed milk, use sugar.
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Sandy Dusseault says
Very “soupy” I had to add a lot more rice to make it more like a pudding
Brenda Cisneros says
Thank you for your comment. I just revised the recipe taking out 1/4 milk to make the arroz con leche creamier.