Try this easy, thick and delicious rice pudding. It makes a perfectly creamy and heartwarming dessert or breakfast.
Rice pudding is often served as a dessert but I personnaly like to eat it for breakfast from time to time. Well, I think the trickiest meal when you have to go gluten, dairy and egg free is breakfast. So this recipe is one of the solutions that I have found.
Which non dairy milk should I use?
For this recipe, as I am not allergic to almonds and I love them, I use almond milk. But you can use cashew, tigernut, soya (...) milk. Though if you want to make this with coconut milk, you might want to use light coconut milk or add some water to your regular canned coconut milk otherwise it will be very "heavy" on your stomach, due to the quantity of fat contained in coconuts.
How to store this pudding
Once your rice pudding has cooled, store it in your fridge for up to 4 days. What I usually do is make a big batch, transfer into 1 serving pots and put them in the fridge.
Can I freeze it?
Yes. After making a big batch, I usually store half of it in the fridge and the other half in the freezer. After it has cooled down, I like to store it in the freezer into 1 serving pots. All I have to do is take it out of the freezer the night before to make sure that it is defrost in the morning.