Stove top rice pudding for breakfast – vegan, gf, low FODMAP

This rice pudding takes significantly less time than its baked counterpart, although still longer than most of my other recipes. Next time I’ll make a triple batch then portion it out and store it in the fridge for later use.  You also have to be careful not to let it boil over, so it requires constant supervision. I got distracted and mine boiled over twice
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Ingredients – serves 2 generously
100g long grain rice, not easy cook
800ml soy milk
1 tsp organic vanilla powder
2-4 tsp brown sugar or sweetener of choice, optional
Splash of soy milk to serve, optional

1. Put the rice and a little over half the soy milk into a heavy bottomed saucepan. Bring to the boil then simmer for 15 min, ensuring it doesn’t boil over.  The rice will cook and swell and the liquid will thicken somewhat.
2. Add in all of the rest of the ingredients and bring to a rapid boil, stirring all the time. Stirring breaks up the rice grains and thickens the mixture more, 7 minutes later you should be done. If u want it smoother you could use a stick blender, or add a bit more liquid and cook until everything dissolves.
Serve immediately
Enjoy!

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