Rice pudding has been one of my favorite desserts since childhood and is a firm favorite with everyone from young kids to grandparents
Keyword: instant pot, rice,
Author: Elisha Baba
1/2cupwhite granulated sugar
Pour all the ingredients into your instant pot. Mix well to make sure that all of the ingredients, as well as the rice, are well incorporated and mixed together.
Place your instant pot lid on and screw to close. Close the valve on your pressure cooker.
Select “Porridge” on your instant pot for 20 minutes. Once it has finished cooking, allow it to naturally release for 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes, manually release by using a hot pad or a towel and bringing the valve toward you to release the pressure.
If you find that your rice pudding is a little too thin for your liking, you can press cancel on your instant pot, and turn it on “sauté” mode to reduce.
Top with more cinnamon as an option. Serve and enjoy!