The Best Rice Pudding Dip For Dunking Fruit

Do you love rice pudding?

It is seriously one of my favorites and so easy to make.

My mom has this blue cookbook that contains the most amazing recipes in it. I was looking through it and saw a recipe for rice pudding with ingredients I have never seen before in rice pudding. I just had to try it and put my own spin on it of course just in time for March Madness.

A dip worth dunking in for.

The Best Rice Pudding Dip For Fruit

Rice pudding dip with fruit and oranges

This post is brought to you by Mahatma Organic Rice to help you make Rice Pudding Dip. The content and opinions expressed below are my own.

Ingredients for Rice Pudding Dip

1 cup and ¼ cup Almond Coconut Milk (separated)

1 cup Mahatma Organic Rice

3 teaspoons Sugar

1 zest of a small orange

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 oz. cream cheese

Directions for Rice Pudding Dip Recipe

Rice pudding dip milk

Start with adding the milk in a small sauce pan on the stove on low med heat. Once the milk starts to bubble add Mahatma Organic Rice, orange zest and vanilla. By putting all of these in first your rice absorbs all these flavors.

Pouring Rice pudding Dip

Set your timer to 20 minutes and let cook covered on low heat.

cream cheese rice pudding dip

Once it is completed cooking add nutmeg, sugar and cream cheese. Stir until the cream cheese is melted. Then remove from the stove and let cool. This will thicken up nicely.

After it has cooled a bit, add about 1/4 cup of almond coconut milk. Stir until completely mixed. Grab a handheld blender or food processor and blend together. It has the consistency of tapioca pudding or cottage cheese.

Rice pudding dip for fruit

Sprinkle with cinnamon or a little nutmeg and serve with fresh fruit.

Rice pudding dip with oranges

To make basketballs use a permanent marker and draw a basketball shape. I just free handed it and it turned out so cute. Don’t you think.

Rice pudding dip for fruit
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Rice Pudding Dip

Better than your grandma's rice pudding recipe. This Rice Pudding Dip is exploding with flavor and creaminess perfect for dipping with fruit.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 6 people
Author Amy

Ingredients

  • 1 cup and ¼ cup Almond Coconut Milk separated
  • 3 Tbsp Sugar
  • 1 zest of a small orange
  • 1/4 tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 oz. cream cheese

Instructions

  1. Start with the milk in a small sauce pan on the stove on low med heat. Once the milk starts to bubble add Mahatma Organic Rice, orange zest and vanilla. By putting all of these in first your rice absorbs all these flavors.
  2. Set your timer to 20 minutes and let cook on low heat.
  3. Once it is completed cooking add nutmeg, sugar and cream cheese. Stir until the cream cheese is melted. Then remove from the stove and let cool. This will thicken up nicely.
  4. After it has cooled a bit, add about 1/4 cup of almond coconut milk. Stir until completely mixed. Grab a handheld blender or food processor and blend together. It has the consistency of tapioca pudding or cottage cheese.

The Best Rice Pudding Fruit Dip Recipe

This tasted way better than any rice pudding I have ever had. I normally have rice pudding with cinnamon. This one blows them out of the water with so much flavor in every bite. Kids will love to keep dunking their fruit in this dip. Make cute little orange basketballs to celebrate March Maddness.

I shop at Sprouts every week for my fresh produce. They have such a great selection and variety to choose from. Sprouts also tries to supply their stores with local farmers as it can. A policy I really can stand behind. I visited Sprouts to select my fruit for this dip.

Sprout carries a wide variety of organic products, too. Now they carry Mahattma Organic Rice found on their rice aisle. If you would like to know where to find Mahatma Organic Rice you can use their store finder to locate the store nearest you. Find out more information about Mahatma Organic Rice.

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