Lavender blueberry rice pudding


Lavender has been an alien thing for me until we moved to the States. I knew just the smell of it because we got  lavender scented soaps and talcum powder back then. So the moment I came to know about the Lavender Farm near me, I wanted to visit it asap.

But by the time I could get a chance to go, the season had almost come to an end. We still managed to see beautiful lavender bushes and I picked a bunch of dry lavender sprigs. We had so much fun and I loved the entire experience. Seee..




And I made kheer using that lavender..


I happily came home with a bunch of edible lavender and few lavender goodies for friends.  The last week has been full of exploring recipes involving lavender and I found ton of them. I settled on taking the easy way, made rice pudding/ kheer for the summer evenings and gosh! The kheer never tasted so good before. Sweet tones with loads of minty , floral taste made the best combo. And I thought, why not share it with you guys too.

Lavender blueberry rice pudding

Jui Kulkarni
A colorful twist to the humble rice pudding. Lavender and blueberry infused pudding has floral, fruity and minty taste all at once.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8 servings


  • 1 cup of rice 200gm
  • 3 cup of sugar 200gm
  • 2 cups of coconut milk 500ml
  • 1 cup blueberry 200gm
  • 1 tbsp of lavender buds
  • 4 cup water
  • 1 tbsp cardamom powder


  • In a saucepan, add water, blueberries and lavender buds.
  • Cook this on medium for 5 mins, then add 1 cup sugar. Let the blueberries cook and thicken.
  • Once thick, turn off the flame and let it cool. The compote is ready.
  • Meanwhile, cook rice in 2 cups of water. Add more water if needed. The rice should be runny and fully cooked.
  • Once the rice looks cooked, add milk and sugar to it.
  • Stir until the mixture comes together.
  • Adjust the sweetness and pour in some milk if the mixture is too thick.
  • Add cardamom powder or 2 cardamom pods.
  • Let the pudding/kheer cool down.
  • Once both are cooled down, serve in bowls and then add blueberry lavender compote.


If you feel the pudding is not thick, grind fresh coconut and add it to the pudding.
You can also add coconut flour to thicken the pudding/kheer

Make popsicles..



I also made fancy looking popsicles from the leftover pudding/kheer and I have no words to tell you how yummy the dish turned out.  The best popsicles ever!

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