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Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding

Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding
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My whole family loves a shop – bought rice pudding. It can be expensive too. But this homemade Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding tastes much better and you have more impact on how much sugar you put in, the spices etc.

 

This time I made a Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding, simply, because only with spices. For those in the family, who can eat apples, I propose to add steamed apples to it, with the spices that include cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, it will taste great! But Low FODMAP dieters do not need to feel sad, because even just the spices give great flavour and the rice pudding is incredibly creamy.

This rice pudding is:

a great dessert or a sweet breakfast,

a Low FODMAP UK recipe,

incredibly creamy,

you can prepare it in advance and store in the fridge,

it is great hot or cold,

better than shop bought rice pudding,

you can adjust the amount of sugar used in it!

 

Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding
Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding

 

This recipe has been approved by a Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner.  Find interesting articles about Nutrition, IBS and FODMAP on her blog. 

 

Ingredients for 6 portions of a spiced rice pudding:

3/4 cup white rice

1/3 cup white sugar

a pinch of salt

1.25 litre full fat lactose free milk

1 tsp. cinnamon

2 cloves

1 whole nutmeg piece

 

low FODMAP rice pudding
low FODMAP rice pudding

 

Instructions how to make a spiced rice pudding:

First, measure the milk and place it in a medium – large pot with sugar, salt, cloves and nutmeg.

 

Bring to the boil, making sure it doesn’t overflow.

 

Add all of the white rice, bring to the boil again and lower the heat to low. You might be better off changing the heating ring to the smallest one and taking off the lid.

 

Simmer the rice and milk and spices for 30-40 minutes, mixing it every few minutes. After 30-40 minutes, when the rice pudding thickens significantly, you can turn off the heat and leave it in the pot to finish cooking. You can do that if you have a good pot that retains the heat well, if not, you might need to simmer the rice pudding for longer, up to 1 h, to make sure that it is well cooked.

 

Serve it hot or cold!

 

 

For other desserts recipes, go here, where you can find recipes for a Chocolate cupcakes, Millet pudding and more!

 

Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding

Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding

Maria
My whole family loves a shop - bought rice pudding. It can be expensive too. But this homemade Low FODMAP spiced rice pudding tastes much better and you have more impact on how much sugar you put in, the spices etc.
Cook Time 1 hr
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine British
Servings 6 portions
Calories 247 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 3/4 cup white rice
  • 1/3 cup white sugar
  • pinch salt
  • 1.25 litre full fat lactose free milk
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
  • 2 cloves
  • 1 whole nutmeg piece

Instructions
 

  • First, measure the milk and place it in a medium - large pot with sugar, salt, cloves and nutmeg.
  • Bring to the boil, making sure it doesn't overflow.
  • Add all of the white rice, bring to the boil again and lower the heat to low. You might be better off changing the heating ring to the smallest one.
  • Simmer the rice and milk and spices for 30-40 minutes, mixing it every few minutes. After 30-40 minutes, when the rice pudding thickens significantly, you can turn off the heat and leave it in the pot to finish cooking. You can do that if you have a good pot that retains the heat well, if not, you might need to simmer the rice pudding for longer, up to 1 h, to make sure that it is well cooked.
Keyword rice pudding, spiced rice pudding

This recipe can be found in Polish in here!

 

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