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Slimming World Creamy Rice Pudding

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Creamy rice pudding is comfort food at its best and I love comfort food! However as I follow the Slimming World plan I needed to find a way to be able to enjoy my favourite comfort foods in a diet friendly way, so there is a tried and tested recipe for a lovely creamy rice pudding… and it is only 2 Syns!

I use the milk as part of my daily milk allowance, and I Syn the chocolate sachet. The rice, water and sweetener are free foods on the Slimming World plan. As we are coming up to the winter months when it is cold outside, this makes a lovely hearty dish for when I need something to tide me over until dinner, or I have this as a warming supper later in the evening.

The ingredients are as follows:

  • 85g pudding rice
  • 100ml milk from your allowance – I use skimmed
  • 400ml boiling water
  • one sachet of white chocolate drink – I use Options or Highlights
  • Sweetener to taste – watch the video to see how I measure this
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    You can also make this in the slow cooker rather than the oven as shown in the video.

    Do you have any diet friendly favourite puddings that you enjoy? Let me know in the comments – I am always looking for ideas!

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    Comments to Slimming World Creamy Rice Pudding

    • Looking so good Nadine, you and the pud! My favourite tip is putting cinnamon on things like porridge and yogurt, it’s amazing how sweet it tastes, and banana, egg and oat pancakes rock!

      Penny A Residence 28th September 2016 10:24 am Reply
      • Mmmm – cinnamon is one of my faves too – that and nutmeg!

        Nadine Hill 29th September 2016 1:06 pm Reply
    • That sounds like a healthy and filling pudding to have on a diet. I hate feeling hungry so it would be just the thing.

      Erica Price 28th September 2016 2:31 pm Reply
      • It’s been a lifesaver to me many times!

        Nadine Hill 29th September 2016 1:06 pm Reply
    • I adore rice pudding and would never have thought to use a slimming milk drink – how fabulous,

      Jen Walshaw 28th September 2016 5:06 pm Reply
      • Why thank you!

        Nadine Hill 29th September 2016 1:05 pm Reply
    • That sounds a LOT better for you than the Danish version we make at Christmas! It’s full of cream! 😀

      Emma Raphael 28th September 2016 7:17 pm Reply
      • Ooh I bet it tastes nice! But yes – this is much more slimming and it is really tasty!

        Nadine Hill 29th September 2016 1:05 pm Reply
    • Ooh that sounds amazing. I love rice pudding so I will definitely try this

      Nikki Thomas 28th September 2016 10:29 pm Reply
    • I adore options white hot chocolate so this would be heaven for me! A great way to make a tasty rice pudding for anyone.

      Fiona Cambouropoulos 29th September 2016 12:27 pm Reply
    • Ohh I’ve never heard of using a choc sachet in with rice pudding, I bet that gives it a luxurious taste and all for 2 syns – perfect. Mich x

      Michelle Twin Mum 29th September 2016 8:28 pm Reply
      • Try it- it’s really nice! x

        Nadine Hill 30th September 2016 7:12 am Reply
    • Oh my goodness look at you Nadine!! You look amazing! I’m going to have to follow all your tips as I need help. It is good to have comfort food that isn’t too naughty to fall back on. My favourite healthy warming phd is a baked apple – just an apple cored with raisins in the middle and bung it in the oven for an hour. I probably should hold the custard!

      Kirsty 29th September 2016 8:43 pm Reply
      • I love comfort food too – I’m a massive pudding fan, so I’m always looking for ways to have the treats I want for less calories!!

        Nadine Hill 30th September 2016 7:12 am Reply
    • I absolutely love homemade rice pudding – this sounds great xx

      Cass@frugalfamily 30th September 2016 9:16 pm Reply
    • Rice pudding is my favourite. I could eat bucket full 🙂

      Sonia 2nd October 2016 8:59 pm Reply
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    • On the video you say fill up to the pint but on the ingredients above it says 400mls of water…. which one is right??

      Gail 21st June 2017 1:28 pm Reply
      • Thanks for asking Gail. Actually both are right! Let me explain. If you choose to use the milk from your milk allowance (100ml) then you top the boiling water up to the pint mark in your measuring jug then the amount of water you are adding is 400ml as the 100ml of milk that you already have in the measuring jug will help get the total amount of liquid to the pint mark.
        Hope that helps.

        Nadine Hill 21st June 2017 2:02 pm Reply

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