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CauliRice Pudding #TasteCreations

I love cauli rice so much that I wanted to see if there was a way to make a sweetened version of it. Could I find a way to put it in a dessert?  Say, like, rice pudding?  My husband loves rice pudding and I would love to find a healthier version for us to eat.

I decided I wanted a "cooked" version to make it seem more homemade.   Here's what I landed on:

CauliRice Pudding

2 c cauli rice (I bought the premade, frozen version)
1 t cinnamon
1/2 c Truvia
1 c coconut milk

If you use the prepackaged version of caulirice, you will want to cook it a bit. I usually add a little of the milk to the contents of the bag and microwave it for about 1 minute. Taste the caulirice, you will want it to be a bit soft. Combine the cauli rice and coconut milk together.  Add Truvia and cinnamon. Let rest for 15 minutes.  I learned this entirely by accident.  This allows the cauliflower to absorb more of the flavors of the milk and cinnamon.

Add to a medium sized pot and bring to a simmer.  Lightly simmer, stirring constantly, until it reaches the desired consistency.  Add more coconut milk if the mixture gets too thick.

You can stir in 1/4 c of raisins, chopped nuts, shredded coconut or even mini chocolate chips.  We just like to add a little shaving of fresh nutmeg.  I haven't tried this yet, but my next version is going to have 1/4 c of cocoa in it!

The Taste Creation Bloggers have been cooking rice dishes all month just for you!  Be sure to check them all out.

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  1. Yep. I want to make this. Like right friggin' NOW!

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