#KozyShack Rice Pudding Recipe

#Kozyshack apple cinnamon rice pudding

I am so excited to be doing another sponsored post for Kozy Shack®. I just got done doing a Kozy Shack® Tapioca Pudding Campaign about a week ago. Don’t forget to check out my fun summer of pudding recipe Tapioca Strawberry Parfait recipe for that. Before coming up with this recipe I have never ever had Rice pudding before. It’s delish though. I have just seen it made from left over white rice, and it never looked at appetizing to me. This Kozy Shack® Rice Pudding is amazing! National Rice Pudding day actually falls on the 9th of this month. I have had a blast being able to celebrate the #summerofpudding with Kozy Shack® so far this summer.
It has been a super hot summer, and I am always in search of great healthy treats for my family. My husband, kids and I love to have a quick and simple treat a little bit before bed. I think some of our favorite picks form this summer are the Kozy Shack® pudding recipes. They are hit at our house for sure! I bet you didn’t know there was such a holiday called National Rice Pudding day? How are you going to celebrate it? How about with this great Apple Cinnamon Rice Pudding Delight. They whole family will love it!
I invite you all to find out more at Facebook.com/KozyShack and to share your memories and ideas with the hashtag #SummerofPudding #KozyShack on Instagram and Twitter.
What you will need:
Kozy Shack®  Original Rice Pudding 22 oz
Ground Cinnamon
Cute cups or parfait cups
Spoon to eat it with!
First take a large spoonful of the Kozy Shack®  Original Rice Pudding and put it in the bottom of your cup.
Then take a couple of apple slices and cut them into smaller pieces and place them in the cup on top of the pudding. Sprinkle with a little bit of cinnamon. Continue this pattern until you have filled your cup to the top.
Take you spoon and eat up and enjoy!


Tomorrow is National Rice Pudding Day!! Celebrate the simple things with Kozy Shack. #summerofpudding #ad #linkinprofile to Kozy Shacks Instagram page.

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