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Tropical Breakfast Rice Pudding

Rice pudding is dessert, right? Not necessarily! It can also be a warming breakfast. I have updated the basic concept with two kinds of freeze-dried fruit, Let’s Do Organic Creamed Coconut and luscious Organic Coconut Sugar.

A great way to have both a vegan and gluten-free breakfast – and for all of our readers who don’t eat this way, you will love it!

Tropical Breakfast Rice Pudding

Ingredients:

Directions:

At Home –

Open the bar of creamed coconut. If your kitchen is cool (under 70°) It will be solid. If you live in a warm area, chill the bar first for 30 minutes. Take a cheese grater, place on a large rimmed plate, finely grate the whole bar, measure out the amount needed, store the rest in a tightly sealed container.

Add all the ingredients into a quart freezer bag for FBC Method, or a sandwich bag for the other methods.Mark bag with permanent marker “Add 2½ cups water”.

FBC Method –

Place bag in a cozy, add near boiling water, stir, seal and let rest for 15 minutes, Stir before serving.

Insulated Mug Method –

Add the dry mix to a large insulated mug, add boiling water and stir. Cover and let rest for 10 minutes, stir well.

One Pot Method –

Bring the water to boil in a 1L or bigger pot, add dry mix, stir well. Cover and take off the stove. In cool weather place in a pot cozy for best results. Let rest for 10 minutes, stir before serving.

Serves 2 to 3, depending on appetite.

– This recipe can be halved for solo planning.

~Sarah

FTC Disclaimer: We received product samples used in this recipe. This recipe is an original by Sarah.

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