Authentic Rice Puddings: Latin Style

Creamy and delicious, rice pudding is one of Latin America's favorite desserts. Different countries have unique takes on this classic - taste the difference!

A green dish filled with Cuban rice pudding topped with lime rind, anise and cinnamon sticks.

Cuban Rice Pudding

Cuban rice pudding tends to be sweeter due to the addition of sweetened condensed milk. This version is made extra delicious with hints of lime, cinnamon and anise.

Black bowls filled with Chilean rice pudding topped with sliced grapes besides cinnamon sticks and whole grapes.

Chilean Rice Pudding

This Chilean rice pudding is quick and easy and has a bright, fresh flavor from lemon peel. Instead of the pudding cooking exclusively on the stove, it's baked.

Two ceramic dishes filled with Domican Rice pudding topped with raisins and cinnamon sticks.

Dominican Rice Pudding

Dominican rice pudding gets its heavenly flavor from all the spices. This version is scented with cinnamon, cloves and anise and made extra sweet with the addition of raisins.

Ceramic bowls of Peruvian Arroz Zambito topped with chopped nuts and shredded coconut.

Peruvian Arroz Zambito with Clásico

Arroz Zambito is a Peruvian dessert that translates into "dark rice pudding." Darker than regular creamy rice puddings, the color comes from chancaca, a dark, sweet natural sugar used in many Peruvian desserts. This dessert is made extra delicious with a hint of coffee, coconut and raisins.

A clear dish of chocolate rice pudding beside a spoon.

ABUELITA™ Rice Pudding

ABUELITA chocolate gives this classic Rice Pudding extra richness and flavor. The whole family will love this treat.