This dairy free rice pudding is made without milk and can be made with almond milk, coconut milk, or oat milk.
Rice pudding is a favorite dessert in the United States, but is actually popular worldwide.
I love making rice pudding when I accidentally over cook rice as a way to spare the rice from getting tossed.
This dairy free rice pudding is made without milk, and what I love about it is how versatile it is.
You can make this rice pudding with coconut milk if you want a hint of tropical flavor – though beware of the calories…
Or you can make rice pudding with almond milk, which is a favorite with a lot of dairy free and vegan cooks.
Personally, my favorite way to make rice pudding is with oat milk, because a good oat milk is almost indistinguishable from regular milk.
Does rice pudding contain milk?
Yes, rice pudding contains milk. In fact, it is one of the main ingredients for rice pudding.
The best way to make rice pudding without milk is by replacing the milk with a dairy free milk alternative, such as almond milk, coconut milk, and oat milk.
If using almond milk, I recommend either almond cooking milk or an unsweetened barista styled almond milk.
If using oat milk, I recommend a full fat neutral flavored oat milk so you don’t have an oat flavor and so it is really creamy.
Can you make rice pudding with brown sugar?
Yes, you can make rice pudding with brown sugar. If you want to replace the white sugar in this recipe with brown sugar, you can.
Does rice pudding have raisins?
Raisins are often added in rice pudding and you can add them if you want to. Personally, I like it better without raisins or with golden raisins.
For a fall flare, you can also use cranberries instead of raisins.