I’ll admit I’ve been on a rice pudding kick ever since I got my Instant Pot. It’s just too dang easy to make it in the pressure cooker. Plus I found a good deal on bulk Arborio rice on Amazon, so a couple of clicks and 2 days later, I was stocked up on rice for a while. While the plain old-fashioned recipe is delicious, I wanted to add some spice to it for a change. There are so many different flavors you could add to rice pudding, but this one has just a hint of the cinnamon and nutmeg without it being overpowering.
Rum Raisin Rice Pudding
Follow the instructions for my Old-Fashioned Rice Pudding, but after cooking the rice, add the following to the egg/milk mixture:
1 to 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon (to taste)
Freshly ground nutmeg, to taste
3 tablespoons good rum
Continue to follow the above recipe for the old-fashioned rice pudding. Serve either hot or cold.