This easy recipe combines the best flavors of pumpkin pie and rice pudding into a single rich and creamy dessert. The best part? This tasty treat is ready in just 5 minutes, thanks to Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice.
Need a quick dessert for tonight? We’ve got just the thing! With the warm fall flavors of pumpkin and cinnamon and the comfort of a rice pudding, this treat is guaranteed to satisfy. It’s also ready in minutes!
Microwave rice according to package directions.
Stir together rice, pumpkin pie filling and vanilla pudding in a small bowl.
For an adults-only dessert, spike this dish with a splash of rum, brandy or bourbon to really bring out the spices.
If you’d like to give your guests a choice for dessert, make a few single servings of Banana Rice Pudding to serve alongside this dish. Simply use 1/2 cup of mashed banana instead of the pumpkin pie filling.
There’s nothing like using puréed pumpkin and pumpkin spice in your favorite dishes to really embrace the fall season. This sweet treat is as easy to make as your favorite Vanilla Rice Pudding. It simply has the tasty addition of pumpkin pie filling. The short ingredient list makes a single-serving snack or dessert, but feel free to adapt the quantity for a larger group by doubling or tripling the recipe. You can also experiment with the toppings and rice, to make a one-of-a-kind treat!
Make this indulgent treat in just 5 minutes or less with Minute® Ready To Serve Jasmine Rice cups — microwavable rice cups that are ready in 60 seconds! This easy yet tasty fall-inspired dessert is so versatile and simple, that it might just become your new favorite weeknight treat.
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 sprinkled with ground cinnamon, pumpkin spice or nutmeg. You can also decorate this dish by drizzling it with maple syrup or dulce de leche and serving it 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 this tasty Thanksgiving leftover dish. Or, if your family prefers something more fruity, try out this Peachy Rice Pudding made with peach pie filling, instead!