Fruit Rice Warm Up makes a yummy warm breakfast. It is a delicious blend of (left-over) brown rice and fruit that makes a yummy warm breakfast.
I also think this would make a great after-school snack, especially if your kids can use the microwave. Just want to warm it up a bit, add a 1/2 cup of boiling water to it. Let sit for a few minutes and - enjoy!
Or enjoy it for a dessert on a cold winter's day.
Fruit Rice Warm Up
1½ C brown rice, cooked
1 C soy milk
1 banana, sliced
1 (15 oz) can fruit cocktail
¼ C water
2 T honey
1 t vanilla extract
½ t cinnamon
½ t nutmeg
Takes about 20 to 25 minutes to prepare.
Best Pennywise Tip: Make this the day before, refrigerate and do a quick reheat in the morning. Using a double boiler to reheat is good for this.
Cooking rice for dinner? Make extra so you can enjoy Fruit Rice Warm Up in the morning.
Can your own peaches or pears? Use it instead of a can of Fruit Cocktail.
Add more liquid and use all or some dried fruit.
Try almond milk instead of soy milk and if you want to give your metabolism a boost, up the amount of cinnamon or sprinkle more on top.
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