This easy recipe combines the best flavors of pumpkin pie and rice pudding into a single rich and creamy dessert or snack. Ready in 10 minutes with Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice.
Microwave rice according to package directions.
Stir together rice, vanilla pudding, and pumpkin pie filling.
For an adult-style dessert, enhance your pudding’s flavor by spiking with a splash of rum, brandy or bourbon if desired.
Hosting a family gathering with someone that is not as enthusiastic about pumpkin pie? Make a single serving of Banana Rice Pudding by using 1/2 cup of mashed banana instead of pumpkin pie filling.
There’s nothing like using pureed pumpkin and pumpkin spice in your favorite dishes to really get into the fall season. This sweet treat uses your favorite easy vanilla rice pudding flavors with the tasty addition of pumpkin pie filling. The short ingredient list calls for a single serving snack or dessert, but you can make it your own and adapt not only the quantities but also the toppings and rice.
Make this indulgent treat in just 10 minutes with Minute® Ready To Serve Jasmine Rice – microwavable rice cups that are ready in 60 seconds. However, if you’re looking to surprise your family and friends with an easy yet tasty fall-inspired dessert, pick up a few more rice cups and triple or double the amount! It will all depend on your guest list and how much you want to share.
Both rice pudding and pumpkin pie are among the top favorite desserts for the holiday season. This recipe combines the best of both worlds for something that is sure to please children and adults alike.
To make things a little more special, serve your Pumpkin Pie Rice Pudding topped with whipping cream and sprinkle with ground cinnamon, pumpkin spice, or nutmeg. You can also decorate by drizzling with maple syrup or dulce de leche and serving with toasted pecans or walnuts. Like other rice pudding recipes, this dessert can be served either hot or chilled.
If you’re making a homemade pumpkin pie for the holidays, save a bit of the pie filling to make a tasty Thanksgiving leftover dish! Or, if your family prefers something more fruity, try out this Peachy Rice Pudding made with peach pie filling instead!