I LOVE LOVE LOVE rice pudding and this is one of my favorite! Thanks to my mother in law. Guaranteed not to scorch or curdle! I always add some cinnamon and/or nutmeg to mine but my husband loves it as is! I use leftover rice.

Microwave Rice Pudding

I LOVE LOVE LOVE rice pudding and this is one of my favorite! Thanks to my mother in law. Guaranteed not to scorch or curdle! I always add some cinnamon and/or nutmeg to mine but my husband loves it as is! I use leftover rice.

This mug recipe for rice pudding will be your new go-to next time you're making this delicious dessert.

5-Minute Rice Pudding in a Mug

This mug recipe for rice pudding will be your new go-to next time you're making this delicious dessert.

Creamy Rice Pudding (Microwave) from Food.com:   								This is a delicious, creamy version of rice pudding that I got many years ago. It is good warm or chilled. Note: I made this is a 700-watt microwave, newer MWs are stronger and will require less time.

Creamy Rice Pudding (Microwave)

Creamy Rice Pudding (Microwave) from Food.com: This is a delicious, creamy version of rice pudding that I got many years ago. It is good warm or chilled. Note: I made this is a 700-watt microwave, newer MWs are stronger and will require less time.

Microwave Rice Pudding

Microwave Rice Pudding

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Microwave Rice Pudding recipe - Allrecipes.com.au

Microwave Rice Pudding

Microwave Rice Pudding

Microwave Rice Pudding

Rice pudding from leftover white rice. I add raisens, used less milk, and used a 1 min 50 second intervals in my microwave.

Fleur de sel is a fancy sea salt, hand harvested from evaporating pools along the coast of Brittany in France. Similar "gourmet" salts can be found from just about everywhere on the planet, and they are definitely worth a few taste tests. If you don't have sea-salt caramel candies on hand, it's fine to use generic caramel candies.

Mug Rice Pudding Recipe

Fleur de sel is a fancy sea salt, hand harvested from evaporating pools along the coast of Brittany in France. Similar "gourmet" salts can be found from just about everywhere on the planet, and they are definitely worth a few taste tests. If you don't have sea-salt caramel candies on hand, it's fine to use generic caramel candies.

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