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Chocolate Tres Leches Rice Pudding

Rice pudding is an old fashioned classic dessert. People have been making it for a long time, and there are a lot of different versions.

I have tried many versions of rice pudding, but this one is my current favorite. I love it.

I made this rice pudding a little bit more special by using sweetened condensed milk and chocolate chips. What isn’t good with those two ingredients in it?

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. Now this is so different Lynn. It has chocolate in it so I know its good.

  2. Oh wow, that does look like quite a treat! One question though – the time estimate is missing from the step of cooking on low until thickened (and chocolate is melted). I know I could just try it and see, but I like to have an idea of how long a recipe is going to take before I take up valuable evening hours making it. (Because rice pudding is indeed best warm, I agree!)

    • @Jes, I am sorry about that. I fixed it. It just takes a few minutes to for it to thicken and the chocolate to melt. About 3-4 minutes. I hope that helps and that you enjoy it.

  3. Oh my Lynn. That looks absolutely delicious! With the tres leches and chocolate, the flavour has to be amazing!
    .-= Lauren´s last blog ..Lime Chiffon Pie =-.

  4. never thought to make it chocolate — that looks great!
    .-= SnoWhite´s last blog ..Irish Soda Bread =-.

  5. I’m having troublshoving my jaw back into place after it dropped oto my desk when I read this post. Woman, you are brilliant! Brilliant, I tell you! I wish I had come up with this unique idea. I must try this. I think I love you. 🙂

  6. I love this warm and drizzled with evaporated milk.. Thanks, super yummy =)

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