Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Sticky and Sweet Coconut Breakfast Rice

Yep I am here two days in a row, can you believe it?! Well thats something I am going to try and do more this year, blog! Life just gets in the way sometimes and as much as I want to come say hi it just doesn't happen but I am going to try a lot harder for 2014 and share lots more with you : )

Today I have another delicious vegan recipe to share with you which I enjoyed this morning for breakfast..........

Sticky and Sweet Coconut Breakfast Rice


In a pan I put:

1/2 cup cooked white rice
2Tbsp coconut milk
1tsp sweet (no added sugar) mincemeat
1 banana
squeeze of lemon
pinch of salt

I heated the ingredients over a low flame and let the mix become sticky and when everything was melted together (about  it was time to put it in pretty bowl and enjoy! 



Before tucking in I sprinkled the rice with Coconom Original coconut sugar which by the way tasted awesome! This was just what I needed after a Skype workout with my client fist thing this morning. 

The rest of my day has been all work on the computer for various stuff I have coming up : )


I had another scrummy vegan dish for my lunch too, a mini sweet pot topped with mushrooms, peas and a slice of hazelnut tofu. OMG this was really REALLY good and I will be eating this many more times!! 

Right I have clients to train so I better get myself together, have a fab Tuesday folks x x

Question:

What is your favourite breakfast at the moment?

I am loving something hot on these wintery days

12 comments:

  1. I've never been big on Sticky rice but this one looks pretty darn good.
    Question: what is mincemeat? Something like Vegemite?

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    1. Haha no it's mince pie filling just the fruit no added sugar..still on the festive vibe!!

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  2. Hazelnut tofu sounds amazing! As does the sticky rice - you can't beat sticky rice really can you? I love how stodgy it is.

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    1. The hazelnut tofu is a favourite of mine for sure!

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  3. I love leftover grains for breakfast, I often have brown rice or quinoa.

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    1. Makes things nice and easy that's for sure!

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  4. I used to make rice and quinoa porridge quite a bit when I was vegan. I'd definitely like to make quinoa porridge again :-)

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    1. I need to get back into my quinoa groove! X

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  5. That sounds fab, although I am awful at cooking rice! I am loving porridge- so warm :)

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    1. I am definitely going to invest in some gluten free oats...I miss a yummy bowl of porridge : )

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  6. Love the look of that rice! I'm been thinking of perhaps reintroducing a but of rice every now and again, and this would be a great pudding!

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    1. I like to eat paleo but sometimes a girl needs some rice!

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