Pudding Your Solar Cooker to Work…Make Delicious Rice Pudding

Rice pudding is  a year-round treat that many enjoy. In good quality, solar cooking grade sunshine, it will take about 3 1/2 to 4 hours to bake. Here’s the recipe we prefer:

Ingredients: ( serves 4)

Prepared rice for 4 servings (boil 2 cups rice, 2 cups water, 1/2 tsp salt)

1/2 cup raisins ( also great with “craisins”)

1/2  tsp cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla

1/4 cup brown sugar

1/3 cup honey

5 cups milk

1 tbs olive oil

3 large eggs

a “pinch” of  allspice

a “pinch” of salt



Grease your thin-walled black metal pot

Mix the rice and raisins together and spread them evenly in the pot

Mix remaining ingredients in a large bowl and, when thoroughly mixed, spread it over top of the rice and raisins in the pot.

Be sure to preheat your solar cooker, then cover the pot and place it inside.

Cooking time will vary, but in strong sunshine, it should be done (test for firmness) in 4 hours or so.

Remove, let cool or put in fridge. Most people like it chilled. I am different; I like mine warm. It’s so good!


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2:15 am | by Solar Oven Guy

One Response to “Pudding Your Solar Cooker to Work…Make Delicious Rice Pudding”

  1. John Crago says:

    We enjoy rice pudding very much. Try substituting dates for raisins (although craisins sound good too), with a handful of almonds. It’s delicious! Don’t have a solar oven yet, but this looks interesting and simple.

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