Want another sweet treat almost too good to be true? We have it! It's made with our keto-friendly rice. Check both pics for the different variations from @ketosizzleon on Instagram - whose bringing us the goods!
"Wow. Really feelin’ myself this morning. Coconut-vanilla Miracle Noodle “rice” and chia pudding. Drizzled with ChocZero Maple Pecan syrup, cinnamon and pecans. Needed a break from my usual salty af breakfast routine. I added Almond Reddi Whip because why not? You'll see I took my vanilla coconut chia/“rice” pudding over the edge tonight. Added a bit of homemade cranberry sauce on top of Maple Pecan syrup. to.die. Really nice mix of sweet, creamy coconut with the tangy cranberry."
Recipe by @keto.sizzle.
1 can (13.66 oz) of full-fat coconut milk
1/2 cup of (dry, uncooked) white chia seeds
1 package of Miracle Rice (rinsed and boiled as usual)
1 tablespoon of Sugar-Free Vanilla Torani syrup
1-2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
A few drops of Sweet Leaf Sweet Drops English Toffee flavor
A touch of cinnamon
@choczero Maple Pecan syrup
Almond Milk Redi Whip
1. Combine coconut milk, chia seed, and Miracle Rice in a bowl and stirred/whisk like crazy to get any clumps of chia.
2. Add Sugar-Free Vanilla Torani syrup, vanilla extract, Sweet Leaf Sweet Drops English Toffee flavor and cinnamon. The sweeteners can all be added/subtracted to preference.
3. Put in fridge overnight in individual one cup serving bowls and voila! Drizzle with @choczero Maple Pecan syrup. Perfect for breakfast..or dessert!
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