Easy Keto Rice Pudding
Any dessert that is not only keto-friendly but also only takes about 5 minutes to make is definitely one that you want to try. Pull out your crockpot or slow cooker and you will have a fresh, delicious dessert cooking in no time! Crockpot coconut rice pudding is amazingly easy and totally low carb while still being addictive and delicious. A perfect tropical dessert just in time for the weather to warm up!
If you are wondering how rice can be low carb, that is a very valid concern. Regular rice is very high in carbohydrates, that is true. In fact, one cup of cooked rice has about 45 grams of carbs. Definitely not okay on a keto diet! However, miracle rice has no carbs at all. If you haven’t heard of miracle rice, it is about time you do- it is a keto diet staple for those who love rice.
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Miracle rice is also known as shirataki rice and it is made from a root-like plant called the Konjac plant. The plant is harvested, dehydrated, and turned into a flour which is then used to make the rice (and also noodles!). To cook the rice, you need to rinse it well in cold water and then boil it for only one minute. Not only is it low carb but it cooks much faster than traditional rice as well! Once the rice is cooked, you can use it just as you would any other rice, mixing it with vegetables, serving it with butter, or using it in a soup. Of course, we went the sweet route and made a tasty dessert with our miracle rice…
To make this low carb coconut rice pudding, all you need to do is add all of the ingredients to the crockpot and stir them together. Set the crockpot on high heat and then let the mix cook for about 3 and a half hours. When you check the coconut pudding, it should be quite thick which means that it is done. If it is a little too thick or your liking, mix in a little unsweetened coconut milk from a refrigerated carton until you reach the texture that you like. Sprinkle with a little cinnamon, maybe some nutmeg or ginger as well, and then enjoy!
This rice pudding will keep well in the fridge when stored in an airtight container for up to one week. However, we doubt it will last that long- it is hard to resist this delicious dessert! Consider topping the rice pudding with a few berries or stirring in a teaspoon of low carb maple syrup. Coconut goes well with a lot of other flavors so get creative but stick to the keto guidelines and always check your carbs so you stay in ketosis.
- 3 eggs
- 1/4 cup So Nourished GOLD
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
- 1 can coconut cream (15 ounces)
- 1 bag miracle rice (7 ounces)
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- Make sure the miracle rice is washed well and dried. To help speed up the drying process, you can place the washed rice in a saute pan and heat over low heat, stirring constantly, until the rice starts to stick to the bottom of the pan. Turn off the heat once the rice is nicely dried.
- Spray your crockpot bowl with baking spray or coconut oil.
- Add the eggs, So Nourished GOLD, vanilla extract, shredded coconut and coconut cream to the crockpot and whisk the ingredients together well.
- Add the dried miracle rice to the crockpot and stir.
- Cover the crockpot and cook over high heat for 3 ½ hours. The pudding should be completely set.
- Scoop into individual dishes and serve with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
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