Saturday, September 19, 2015

Arroz con Leche- Cuban Rice Pudding

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Minute® Ready to Serve Rice




I don’t bake a lot, I usually end up buying desserts or sweets at the store. It’s a running joke in my house that I only cook Mexican/Cuban dishes well. With the help of Minute® Ready to Serve Rice I made my family Arroz con Leche (Cuban Rice Pudding).





By using Minute® Ready to Serve Rice , it saved about 20 minutes of cook time. Not only that, but made it a lot easier to make as well. I didn’t have to wait for the water to boil and the rice to cook. All I had to do was pop the containers in the microwave for 60 seconds and that part was done.


To say my husband liked this is a complete understatement. He said by far this was the best dessert I have ever made. I love that I can make this with staples that I keep in my pantry/fridge. You can eat it cold or hot, so throwing it together at night and putting it in a to go container for lunch the next day makes it perfection.


One of the things I love about Minute® Ready to Serve Rice is the cups are already portioned out for you and two cups come in a container. There is no guessing involved. If you get their Whole Grain Brown Rice you can add a little granola, and peanut butter and make it a great afternoon snack for the kids or even a pick me up during that 3pm sleepy hour (I know i’m not the only one).

If you want more ideas on what to make with Minute® Ready to Serve Rice check out their site. There are other styles of rice as well, not just white. Whole Grain options of Brown Rice, Brown & Wild Rice and Multi-Grain Medley, Jasmine Rice, Chicken Rice Mix, Yellow Rice Mix, and Fried Rice Mix. The options that are endless.




Arroz Con Leche- Cuban Rice Pudding




Ingredients
  • 1.5 containers of Minute® Ready to Serve Rice
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 4.5 cups milk
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon




Directions


  • take tops off the Minute® Ready to Serve Rice containers and cook in microwave for 1 minute
  • in a pot add rice, milk, salt and sugar
  • cook over medium heat, and stir every 10 mins or so (prevent from burning) for about an hour until it thickens
  • take out cinnamon sticks and put in container or dessert cups
  • sprinkle ground cinnamon over
  • serve warm or chilled





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18 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! Can't wait to make it for my family!

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    1. I hope they love it. I had to tear it away from my husband.

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  2. Sounds yummy!! Have to get my aunt to make this, she's the cook around here!!

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  3. This is an interesting dish. I am not a rice as dessert kind of person so this is not for me, but I'm sure that I know some people who would enjoy this. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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  4. I've never had rice pudding. I'll be trying this soon!

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  5. I wonder if you could make this in the crock pot? I have the ingredients except for the minute rice.

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    1. if you try in a crock pot make sure to have on low so it doesn't burn. I learned the hard way of not stiring often enough. it was bad, really bad.

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  6. Interesting recipe...I'm considering trying it but hope I will like rice in a dessert!

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  7. That sounds like my kind of cooking.If O tried to cook regular rice it would be a big clump of starch. This recipe sounds good. I like rice pudding.

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  8. This looks absolutely delicious! I love rice pudding.

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  9. Looks interesting.Have you tried unsweetened recipes?

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  10. I love rice pudding but i have never tried to make it homemade , i had never realized how easy it would be , thanks for sharing this fantastic recipe with us.

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  11. I've got to make this, I absolutely love rice pudding!! Thanks for the recipe!

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  12. I love rice pudding a lot, so I would be interested in trying this. I will reference e your recipe in order to make it right.

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  13. Minute rice is still really good

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  14. That sounds good. I like rice pudding but I never make it. I never think about it I guess.

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  15. What a great and easy rice pudding recipe, thank you for sharing.

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