Cooked Rice Cereal
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Cooked Rice Cereal

This recipe for Homemade Cereals was submitted by muffin on 11/10/2003. Click here to view the recipe.

Recipe number 1129.

Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy nestlefuno (Team Breakfast Member)

How about putting Starbucks hot cocoa in this cereal?

Comment submitted: 4/15/2018 (#20551)

By Team Sweet Rice

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Was raised on this supplement. As a parent, I prepare this delicious meal with butter, vanilla and I use sweet condensed milk in place of the sugar. I also bake biscuits and sausage as sides with the rice. This is a tradition in our home, and the kids love it!

Comment submitted: 2/17/2016 (#19799)

By MJ Chick

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

A little too much milk... closer to just a cup next time. It was good with cranberries. Also, it was better after it had rested in the pan for 10 minutes.

Comment submitted: 7/20/2013 (#16185)

By justsomegirl

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I've been eating this forever. Know what it reminds me of just a little? Horchata. LoL. It's the best way to eat rice, IMO. And compared to how much sugar boxed cereals contain, or how much sugar we often end up dumping onto our bran cereal, it IS a somewhat healthier alternative.

Comment submitted: 5/17/2013 (#15883)

By sugarysweet

I was desperate for something for dessert and I have absolutely nothing sweet in my house. I cooked some brown rice and while it was still warm, equal part skim milk, added a tiny amount of brown sugar and some cinnamon - and it was a good dessert. I have lost 60 pounds in the last six months - and my body is not used to sugar, or rice for that matter so it was quite the treat!

Comment submitted: 4/10/2013 (#15614)

By Mickey

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I personally prefer when the rice is cooked in milk - well known recipe in eastern Europe :)

Comment submitted: 3/17/2013 (#15416)

By Jordan

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Love this! My mom made it all the time for me when I was little.

Comment submitted: 2/1/2013 (#15124)

By fisher

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Tasted great. I'm sure I'll make it again. Great discovery! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Comment submitted: 2/25/2012 (#13576)

By vanessa

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I added some dried cranberries and a topped it with more cinnamon and sugar. Very good.

Comment submitted: 1/27/2012 (#13474)

By Francy

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I added raisins, dries cranberries and shredded coconut. We liked it a lot. It was nice for a change.

Comment submitted: 11/7/2011 (#13123)

By chaji

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Nice! This worked for my cooking assignment! It rocks!

Comment submitted: 9/7/2011 (#12885)

By grimlock9909

Testing this out to see if my husband will enjoy it as an oatmeal replacement as he is allergic to wheat.

Comment submitted: 5/10/2011 (#12666)

By GermanMom

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

My Grandpa used to make this when we were little. Instead of sugar I use agave nectar.

Comment submitted: 1/6/2011 (#11858)

By LovinIt

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I'm loving this recipe. It was really good.

Comment submitted: 6/7/2010 (#10641)

By Fulton

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I found this to be great for my healthy vegetarian diet. Something different from oatmeal. I agree with other guy about adding raisins.

Comment submitted: 6/3/2010 (#10605)

By Crystal

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Kiddos loved it for breakfast. I used less sugar, and replaced it with brown sugar. I added wheat germ, and didn't add any milk.

Comment submitted: 5/17/2010 (#10512)

By Dr. Cereal

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Add some raisins too and it's really good.

Comment submitted: 3/15/2010 (#10067)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy missusbreakfast (Team Breakfast Member)

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

It's not what I'd call 'yummy' but it wasn't terrible. I don't fancy rice with sugar, I'll admit. I just don't like savoury things trying to be sweet, doesn't tickle my tastebuds.

Comment submitted: 3/10/2010 (#10020)

By Capt. Breakfast

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Add some butter and now we're talking. Grew up it. Super comfort food. Btw... not as good with whole grain rice. Too much of a grain flavor that way.

Comment submitted: 2/24/2010 (#9905)

By Mike

How is this healthy with 1/4 cup of sugar (1 Tablespoon sugar per serving)? Your kidding right?

Comment submitted: 12/28/2009 (#9320)

By Squigs

I grew up on this! When I was little, this was our dessert, and also the only way my mom could get my brothers and I to eat our rice =)

Comment submitted: 11/5/2009 (#8974)

By hungry

So do you cook the rice in the milk?

Comment submitted: 9/8/2009 (#8656)

By Neky

Recipe Rating (out of 5):


Comment submitted: 8/16/2009 (#8557)

By christina

Is this a healthy recipe? idk

Comment submitted: 7/24/2009 (#8448)

By Token

This was a favorite of my childhood. Thanks for posting it.

Comment submitted: 7/7/2009 (#8370)

By Loved It!

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I loved it so much - it was AWESOME! I LOVED it, loved it! That was the best recipe ever!

Comment submitted: 4/13/2009 (#7955)

By Rocky

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Comment submitted: 2/27/2009 (#7668)

By foxione

The thought of rice and sugar makes me gag! Sorry.

Comment submitted: 1/28/2009 (#7473)


In my house, we call this rice pudding, but we add about 1 tsp vanilla and a pinch of nutmeg. also, for a healthy but sweet addition, I add a half cup of raisins.

Comment submitted: 12/9/2008 (#7069)

By Gigi

Brown Sugar instead of granulated is better!!!!!!

Comment submitted: 4/25/2008 (#5110)

By some guy

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I grew up eating this with butter in place of cinnamon (don't know how much... "to taste" I suppose). It's good that way too. My craving right now is to have it that way, but I'll try the cinnamon variant someday soon.

Some people take health too far. I love brown rice, but white combines better here (either the sweet factor, or the breakfast factor). Give me any sort of dinner meal and I'm all about the brown rice (thinking about stuffed peppers *mmmm*). Don't overlook the fact that white rice, while maybe not as healthy as brown rice, is still healthy. The half water half milk suggestion is fine. You'll fine similar advice on the malt-o-meal boy. Partially for health, and partially for taste (like if you prefer the taste of skim to whole).

Comment submitted: 4/10/2008 (#5014)

By DrPaul

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Unbelievably good. White Rice Rules!

Comment submitted: 1/29/2008 (#4509)

By ashleigh

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

OMG - This is amazing. I am so glad I cooked this. Thank you.

Comment submitted: 1/21/2008 (#4457)

By in Finland

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Why not use whole grain brown rice and get some nutrition while you're at it? You could use half and half water and milk in the cooking too. Yum!

Comment submitted: 6/13/2007 (#3010)

Official Member: Team BreakfastBy MintMan (Team Breakfast Member)

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I pretty much lived on this stuff when interning on the overpriced East coast. It is not only delicious, but incredibly frugal!

It is also worth trying with some other, non-cinnamon toppers, including maple and Karo. Actually, you'd be hard pressed to find something that would go great with this!

Comment submitted: 4/6/2007 (#2066)


Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I thought that this was a piece of brilliance. Thank you.

Comment submitted: 3/21/2007 (#1901)

By O.K.w/me

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

Comfort food.

Comment submitted: 12/22/2006 (#1020)

By apfire8

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

I grew up eating similar to this recipe. We added the milk at the table to the rice in our bowl then sprinkled sugar and cinnamon on top. It's awesome!!

Comment submitted: 10/10/2006 (#477)

By Great

Recipe Rating (out of 5):

This recipe was great. Now my mom asks me to get all the breakfast recipes from the internet since this one was so great.

Comment submitted: 9/24/2006 (#378)

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