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Nothing fills you up and gives you the burst of energy you need like a warm bowl of oatmeal for breakfast like this Oatmeal Pudding with a Twist . I decided to combine two of my favorite filling creamy foods into one extraordinary meal.

My Oatmeal Pudding recipe is a breathtaking marriage between a smooth oatmeal and velvety rice pudding!

What’s the twist you’re asking? It’s Oatmeal Pudding with Blossom Water!

Creamy Oatmeal Pudding With Honey!

a cup of oatmeal pudding with fresh banana and strawberry slices, this cup is drizzled with yummy honey before serving it.
The perfect surprise for your friends!

What is Rice Pudding

The simplest way to describe rice pudding is rice cooked in sweetened milk. The best way to describe it is a sweet treat that can be adapted in more ways than you can imagine!

That’s what I love about rice pudding. It’s a great option since you can add different ingredients without taking away from its originality. In essence, a rice pudding is a warm dessert that is filling and full of flavor.

Looks So Delicious!

oatmeal pudding with  blossom water, banana, and strawberry slices. Drizzled sweet honey on the top before serving.
Easy yet satisfyingly delectable!

Blossom Water or Rose Water

You can use blossom water and rose water sometimes interchangeably and that’s ok. But, let me tell you why they are actually quite different.

Blossom water is the distilled clear by-product of bitter orange blossoms. It’s final product is a sweet and aromatic liquid that adds a delicious flavor to anything it’s added to.

It’s a popular ingredient in dessert syrups across the Middle East and a favorite addition to many Middle Eastern desserts. Notably, rice pudding!!

Try This Unique Breakfast!

A cup of oatmeal pudding with blossom water. Add fresh strawberry and banana then drizzle some honey on the top. Now enjoy the yummy flavor!
A quick easy breakfast for your loved ones!

Rose water is distilled liquid from rose petals using steam. Rose water has many uses, from perfumes to medical uses, but most significantly used as an aromatic food flavoring.

Furthermore, it’s used popularly and widely across the Middle East just like blossom water. The dessert syrup I mentioned before also includes rose water, but it’s not an either/or situation. The syrup needs both rose water and blossom water to get the perfect flavor.

Can’t Resist The Flavor!

A so delicious oatmeal pudding with homey, banana and fresh strawberry. The secret ingredients is blossom water!
In the mood for sweet breakfast? Try oatmeal pudding with a twist!


Oatmeal simply put is rolled oats cooked in either milk or water, or a combo of both. To put it best, oatmeal is a versatile breakfast option.

Best known for keeping us full for longer, it also marries well with fruits and spices which means it can be eaten in a variety of ways. Sound familiar? Exactly! Just like rice pudding! That’s why I knew overlapping these recipes was sure to be a hit, and it is!

Smooth Oatmeal and Velvety Rice Pudding Recipe

Don't miss to try this amazing breakfast pudding! Oatmeal with a twist has more than heavenly flavor!
Make and share with family and loved ones!

Oatmeal Pudding with Blossom Water

Here’s where the perfect marriage happens. A yummy oatmeal pudding with the aromatic flavor of blossom water. I’m telling you, this is a marriage made in heaven!

If you have ever had rice pudding, Middle-Eastern style, you know what that first spoonful feels and tastes like. That burst of sweetness with a hint of soft syrupy flavor that gets your taste buds dancing. That’s from the blossom water!

Share This Yummy Recipe With Your Friends!

Share this amazing recipe with your friends! This pudding is made of old fashion oats, full fat milk, and the secret ingredient: blossom water.
A delicious oatmeal pudding for breakfast!

Now imagine a creamy oatmeal pudding with that same burst of flavor and effect! Oatmeal Pudding with Blossom Water will become your new favorite way to prepare oatmeal.

Also, it’s sure to become a new family fav on the breakfast menu. It’s also a great new dessert to share with friends and family on occasions or casual gatherings since it’s easy to prepare and will knock their socks off with unexpected flavors and textures.

You’ll Want Seconds!

Start your day with this warm pudding cup! A yummy combination of old fashion oats, full fat milk, blossom water, banana, and strawberry.
Oatmeal pudding is a great way to start the day!


  • If you prefer the oatmeal pudding thicker you can use less milk, and if anyone prefers it runnier the way I do, simply add a little milk to your bowl.
  • For extra creaminess (and sweetness), you can substitute a portion of the milk for sweetened condensed milk and simmer on low for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.

  • To get a cookie/cake-like flavor, you can throw in some vanilla sugar or vanilla extract.

Oatmeal Pudding Drizzled with Yummy Honey

A beautiful fresh pudding cup made of old fashion oats, full fat milk, blossom water. Before serve this cup add fresh slices of bananas and strawberry, and add extra honey on the top!
Look at this beautiful fresh pudding bowl!

  • To make it fun, you can create a buffet of toppings on a board or in small bowls across the table and kids, family, or guests can walk across and choose their favorite toppings.
  • You can add cinnamon or nutmeg or both to the pudding while cooking it for extra flavor!
  • If you don’t have blossom water you can use rose water. You can also use a little of both for an extra aromatic delight!

You Will Fall in Love With This Blossom Water Oatmeal Pudding!

blossom water oatmeal pudding drizzled with extra honey on the top!
Drizzle some extra honey! It is amazing!

Frequently asked questions

Can regular milk be substituted with almond or soy milk?

Of course! Just keep in mind that some of these milk options are sometimes sweetened so it may affect the flavor if you’re planning on adding blossom water or other sweet toppings.

Is milk better than water?

In terms of thickness, milk or water make little difference. But milk does affect flavor, especially depending on what type of milk is being used.

Does eating oatmeal help in losing weight?

It doesn’t directly help in weight loss, but it does support a diet which is directed at losing weight. It’s a great breakfast choice because it keeps you full longer and helps suppress appetite.

A Burst of Energy You Need!

This is a simple delicious creamy pudding to make with an extra fresh flavor of bananas and strawberries slices.
This deliciously creamy pudding is simple to make, and great to eat.

Ingredients for Oatmeal Pudding with Blossom Water

Oatmeal Pudding

  • Old fashion oats
  • Full fat milk
  • Blossom water or rose water


  • Honey⁣⁣⁣⁣
  • Chia Seed
  • Kiwi
  • Banana
  • Coconut flakes
  • Cinnamon

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A super delicious oatmeal cup to make on breakfast! Enjoy the yummy sweetened flavor of extra drizzled honey on the top!
Who doesn’t love strawberries and bananas?

Steps to Prep

  • In a medium pot add the milk and oatmeal.  
  • Place on high heat until milk begins to bubble (stirring occasionally) then simmer for about 10 minutes or until cooked and creamy. 
  • Add rose water one minute before turning off the heat.  Serve while warm and creamy OR place in glass serving cups, allow to cool. then refrigerate.
  • Drizzle honey on top to sweeten.  Sprinkle cinnamon if desired and top with your favorite fruit(s) (optional). Enjoy!

Enjoy The Flavor!

Taste the pleasant flavor of this oatmeal pudding with blossom water, bananas, strawberry, and drizzled honey.
Tasty goodness can’t be easier than this!

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Make Your Own Bowl!

Make your own oatmeal pudding with fresh bananas and strawberries slices. Don't miss to add honey on the top before start eating!
Make it and share!

5 from 3 votes

Oatmeal Pudding with Blossom Water

By: Lama
Delicious and creamy with the perfect raw honey to naturally sweeten. Makes a perfect breakfast or dessert!
Prep Time: 4 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 14 minutes
Servings: 3 servings


Oatmeal Pudding


  • 1 tablespoon Honey⁣⁣⁣⁣
  • teasoon Chia Seed
  • 2 tablespoons Kiwi, sliced
  • ¼ cup Banana, sliced
  • teaspoon Coconut flakes
  • teaspoon Cinnamon


  • In a medium pot add the milk and oatmeal.  
  • Place on high heat until milk begins to bubble (stirring occasionally) then simmer for about 10 minutes or until cooked and creamy. 
  • Add rose water one minute before turning off the heat.  Serve while warm and creamy OR place in glass serving cups, allow to cool. then refrigerate.
  • Drizzle honey on top to sweeten.  Sprinkle cinnamon if desired and top with your favorite fruit(s) (optional). Enjoy!



Calories: 239kcal | Carbohydrates: 36g | Protein: 9g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 20mg | Sodium: 65mg | Potassium: 411mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 16g | Vitamin A: 280IU | Vitamin C: 8mg | Calcium: 220mg | Iron: 1mg
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I'm Lama, welcome to my blog where you will find simple and diverse recipes your entire family will enjoy. I am honored to connect with you through the recipes I prepare!

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