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Rice Creamola

This was a kind of ground rice pudding that you made up with milk in a similar way to custard powder.

It was yellow. I adored it and my mum fed it to me all through the 60's and 70's.

I loved it best REALLY thick so she used to make it double the quantity of powder to milk than it said in the instructions, and you could nearly cut it with a knife.

Because I never liked Christmas Pudding, my Christmas dinner always ended with super-thick rice creamola, and I was in heaven. I haven't seen it for years. If I ever do I will mix myself a triple-thick bowlfull and sink into paradise!


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Rice Creamola Last post by darren
21 February 2011

Do You Remember Rice Creamola?

Do You Remember Rice Creamola?

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    Hi I remember this and would have spent my life eating it !! I am going to try to make some !
  • Anonymous user
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    1985/6 was the last time we enjoyed Rice Creamola but we will try the recipe thank you so much. BJSUFFOLK
  • Anonymous user
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    I THINK THE LAST STORE TO SELL THIS IN STOWMARKET SUFFOLK WAS THE CO-OP/SOLAR? STORE BJSUFFOLK
  • Anonymous user
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    you can make it yourself try this mix 2 heaped tablespoonfuls of ground rice 1 tablespoon of custard powder 1 dessertspoon of sugar 1 pint of milk. Vanilla extract heat slowly til it thickens
  • Anonymous user
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    you can make it yourself try this mix 2 heaped tablespoonfuls of ground rice 1 tablespoon of custard powder 1 dessertspoon of sugar 1 pint of milk. Vanilla extract
  • Anonymous user
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    yes i love it went in tesco last night but could not see it ......08/02/2013 .....i need some
  • Anonymous user
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    loved this pudding my son used to eat the whole pint mix to himself
  • Anonymous user
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    been hunting for this myself no luck someone please start makingit again
  • Anonymous user
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    rice creamola - somebody must still make it surely.The thicker the better with a sprinkling of sugar on top