Eat Dessert For Breakfast: Creamy Breakfast Rice Pudding Recipe
Delicious & Surprisingly Healthy Breakfast Rice Pudding
After all, you do want something that is delicious and comforting… but you don’t want to gain 25 lbs in the process, right?
That’s why it’s so important to find recipes that strike the perfect balance between flavor and health. It IS possible to make absolutely irresistible recipes… that are actually good for you (and won’t add extra pounds of fat to your waistline!).
This creamy breakfast rice pudding is one of those perfect balance recipes.BRAND NEW: These Delicious Desserts, Designed by a World-Renowned Weight Loss Doctor, Can Help You Burn Fat & Lose Weight
It is exactly what you’ll want to wake up to during these uncertain times. While it’s not as heavy and sweet as dessert rice pudding, you’ll find you don’t even miss all the sugar.
(Plus, you can eat it without guilt… knowing it doesn’t have NEARLY the amount of sugar in traditional rice pudding… or many other desserts or breakfasts!)
So, you’ll feel like you’re eating dessert for breakfast… but you won’t have to feel bad about that at all. In fact, you can feel really good about it!
And in reality, even though they’re considered breakfast foods… heavy foods like waffles, pancakes, and French toast can be very unhealthy and sugar-laden when prepared the traditional way. And especially if you douse them in a good helping of butter and syrup!
So even if it tastes a bit more indulgent to have this dessert-inspired rice pudding for breakfast… it will actually be way better for you than many traditional breakfast recipes.BRAND-NEW: Research Shows These 3 Sugar Substitutes Are Best For Burning Fat (Plus 2 You Should NEVER Eat)
If you’re ready to see how to make dessert for breakfast healthy… AND delicious… you can get started with our simple recipe for creamy breakfast rice pudding right here:
FTH’s Creamy Breakfast Rice Pudding Recipe
- ½ cup uncooked brown rice
- 3 ½ cups skim milk*
- ¼ cup brown sugar
- ¼ tsp salt
- ½ cup raisins
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
1) Preheat the oven to 325-F. Grease a 9-inch square baking dish and set aside.
2) In a saucepan, combine the milk, sugar, rice, and salt. Bring to a boil, then remove from heat. Stir in cinnamon, vanilla, and raisins.
3) Pour into baking sheet, then bake for 15 minutes. Stir pudding, then bake another 15 minutes. Cook another 15 minutes until rice is tender.
4) Serve hot, or allow to chill overnight in the refrigerator.SPECIAL: This Scientific Trick Can Reduce Your Belly Fat By 8.5% in Just 12 Weeks…
- You may substitute in reconstituted dry milk powder in place of fresh skim milk.
- You can also substitute regular white rice for brown rice if that’s what you have on hand.
- For a guide to using sugar substitutes in this recipe, read below!
How To Use Sugar Substitutes In This Recipe (& Any Recipe) To Make It Healthier WITHOUT Sacrificing Flavor
Like I said, this breakfast rice pudding is not nearly as sweet as a dessert rice pudding.
That’s because of the decreased amount of sugar in it… and this tasty recipe actually gets a lot of its sweetness and flavor from the cinnamon, not from sugar!
But some of us just love a little more sweet in our lives… and there are ways to use substitutes and avoid sugar completely, while still getting the sweetness you love.
However, I have to caution you… a lot of sugar substitutes on the market right now are actually not very good for you. Actually, some are straight-up dangerous.
Sure, they might be “low calorie”… and they might make big promises on the packaging… but some of them are downright harmful!
In fact, one really popular sugar substitute is much WORSE than sugar—it’s been associated with headaches… dizziness… seizures… and even cancer!
So, it’s super important to make sure you are using a safe, healthy sugar substitute.
To make sure I’m using the healthiest sugar substitutes in my cooking… I actually consulted a medical doctor who is really familiar with all of the latest research on this topic.
He was kind enough to put together a guide to the best sugar substitutes out there… plus the worst, so you know which ones to avoid!
You can access the guide to these better-for-you sugar substitutes (that actually taste great, too!)… along with the ones you should NEVER eat… by clicking here: