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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Butterscotch Rice

Butterscotch Rice topped with Almonds and Fresh Cream



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16 comments:

megan said...

That looks like a truly decadent breakfast, can't wait to explore your blog!

Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS said...

Making this today with leftover rice that won't fit in the fridge. :) Thanks, Millie!

Rita said...
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Rita said...

Hi! I just found your blog yesterday. Neat to find others striving to cooking nourishing food without spending an arm and a leg.

We like butter in our breakfast cereal. My secret "splurge" is maple syrup, but my twins just love it with frozen blackberries or blueberries, butter, and honey.

Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS said...

It was yummy Millie - we ate it for lunch. :) Thanks - this is a keeper recipe. I love how the honey + molasses makes a butterscotch sweetening. I'll have to remember that. Also, I quadrupled the cinnamon.

Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet said...

I love how this recipe uses leftover rice! And it sounds decadent too!

Millie said...

Hi Megan,
Welcome! It is such a simple recipe I never thought of it as decadent but it is delicious.

Rita,
I'm glad you found me. Keeping the budget in check can be challenging some times but it does inspire creativity.
I love maple syrup on anything. My favorite thing to put maple syrup on is ice cream :-)

Wardeh,
I'm glad you liked it. I would increase the cinnamon too but I have a child who doesn't like cinnamon so I go easy on it.

Kimi,
Thanks! I love having delicous ways to use up leftovers.

Donna said...

Sounds so yummy!
I had a bowl of millet the other day with nuts and blueberries and honey- my kids looked in my bowl and said "looks like you went out in the woods and just picked that"-
I said- "exactly, real food kids!"
;-)
Will have to try this...mmmm!

Rebecca said...

Thanks for sharing! I make a baked rice pudding with leftover rice but no sweetener, just dried fruit. This sounds like a good alternate for a more sweet breakfast. Can't wait to try it!

motherhen68 said...

This looks interesting. I did the butterscotch oatmeal recipe and one son like it, the other didn't. I'm so frustrated with my 2nd son who is refusing basically all breakfasts I fix. He doesn't want to eat eggs fried nor scrambled. He's refusing the oatmeal & the grits. This morning I yelled at him because he wasted a bowl of oatmeal (though it was leftover, and bound for the trash anyway). He'd eat dinner leftovers, but they hog up so much food at dinner, there's none left! Sigh.

Sorry for the rant, but your recipe looks great. I'm going to try it next time I make brown rice.

Millie said...

Donna,
I made millet a couple of times and everyone teased me that it was bird food. I think they would be more receptive to it now, I should try it again.

Rebecca,
That sounds wonderful. Do you have it posted on your blog?

Motherhen,
Boy, that sounds like here! Lulu doesn't care for most of our breakfasts. She does like fried egg sandwiches but yogurt, oatmeal, this rice, the rest are just 'okay' (translation: I'll eat it because I know that I'm expected too but I don't like it). Dinner is not much better. And you don't even want to hear about the challenges I've had through the years with my now 19 year old. WHEW.

Rebecca said...

I'll post my rice pudding recipe later, maybe this week.

I made a batch of this tonight after supper; do you usually eat it warm or cold? Trying to figure out if we want to reheat it tomorrow.

Millie said...

Rebecca,
We've only had it warm. But it might be good cold- like a pudding.

Alisa said...

This is my first time to your blog and I cant wait to try this.I happen to have some leftover rice,and this looks really promising!I came across your site from the foodieblogroll and I'd love to guide our readers to your site if you won't mind.Just add your choice of foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!

Millie said...

Hi Alisa,
Thanks! I'm happy to have your readers stop by. Your foodista site looks very interesting. I'm looking forward to exploring it.

christine said...

Hello Millie! I found this blog in Foodista and followed it here. This is a actually cool Butterscotch Rice recipe. Keep it up and I may see you on Food Network one day. By the way, did you know you can place more Foodista widget? A friend of mine placed proper Foodista widget at the end of her latest blogs and the numbers of her readers increased. Interesting isn’t it?

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Butterscotch Rice

Butterscotch Rice topped with Almonds and Fresh Cream



This website has moved. Please click on this link to go directly to this page http://realfoodforlessmoney.com/butterscotch-rice/

You will be automatically redirected to the homepage for realfoodforlessmoney.com in 10 seconds

16 comments:

megan said...

That looks like a truly decadent breakfast, can't wait to explore your blog!

Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS said...

Making this today with leftover rice that won't fit in the fridge. :) Thanks, Millie!

Rita said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Rita said...

Hi! I just found your blog yesterday. Neat to find others striving to cooking nourishing food without spending an arm and a leg.

We like butter in our breakfast cereal. My secret "splurge" is maple syrup, but my twins just love it with frozen blackberries or blueberries, butter, and honey.

Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS said...

It was yummy Millie - we ate it for lunch. :) Thanks - this is a keeper recipe. I love how the honey + molasses makes a butterscotch sweetening. I'll have to remember that. Also, I quadrupled the cinnamon.

Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet said...

I love how this recipe uses leftover rice! And it sounds decadent too!

Millie said...

Hi Megan,
Welcome! It is such a simple recipe I never thought of it as decadent but it is delicious.

Rita,
I'm glad you found me. Keeping the budget in check can be challenging some times but it does inspire creativity.
I love maple syrup on anything. My favorite thing to put maple syrup on is ice cream :-)

Wardeh,
I'm glad you liked it. I would increase the cinnamon too but I have a child who doesn't like cinnamon so I go easy on it.

Kimi,
Thanks! I love having delicous ways to use up leftovers.

Donna said...

Sounds so yummy!
I had a bowl of millet the other day with nuts and blueberries and honey- my kids looked in my bowl and said "looks like you went out in the woods and just picked that"-
I said- "exactly, real food kids!"
;-)
Will have to try this...mmmm!

Rebecca said...

Thanks for sharing! I make a baked rice pudding with leftover rice but no sweetener, just dried fruit. This sounds like a good alternate for a more sweet breakfast. Can't wait to try it!

motherhen68 said...

This looks interesting. I did the butterscotch oatmeal recipe and one son like it, the other didn't. I'm so frustrated with my 2nd son who is refusing basically all breakfasts I fix. He doesn't want to eat eggs fried nor scrambled. He's refusing the oatmeal & the grits. This morning I yelled at him because he wasted a bowl of oatmeal (though it was leftover, and bound for the trash anyway). He'd eat dinner leftovers, but they hog up so much food at dinner, there's none left! Sigh.

Sorry for the rant, but your recipe looks great. I'm going to try it next time I make brown rice.

Millie said...

Donna,
I made millet a couple of times and everyone teased me that it was bird food. I think they would be more receptive to it now, I should try it again.

Rebecca,
That sounds wonderful. Do you have it posted on your blog?

Motherhen,
Boy, that sounds like here! Lulu doesn't care for most of our breakfasts. She does like fried egg sandwiches but yogurt, oatmeal, this rice, the rest are just 'okay' (translation: I'll eat it because I know that I'm expected too but I don't like it). Dinner is not much better. And you don't even want to hear about the challenges I've had through the years with my now 19 year old. WHEW.

Rebecca said...

I'll post my rice pudding recipe later, maybe this week.

I made a batch of this tonight after supper; do you usually eat it warm or cold? Trying to figure out if we want to reheat it tomorrow.

Millie said...

Rebecca,
We've only had it warm. But it might be good cold- like a pudding.

Alisa said...

This is my first time to your blog and I cant wait to try this.I happen to have some leftover rice,and this looks really promising!I came across your site from the foodieblogroll and I'd love to guide our readers to your site if you won't mind.Just add your choice of foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!

Millie said...

Hi Alisa,
Thanks! I'm happy to have your readers stop by. Your foodista site looks very interesting. I'm looking forward to exploring it.

christine said...

Hello Millie! I found this blog in Foodista and followed it here. This is a actually cool Butterscotch Rice recipe. Keep it up and I may see you on Food Network one day. By the way, did you know you can place more Foodista widget? A friend of mine placed proper Foodista widget at the end of her latest blogs and the numbers of her readers increased. Interesting isn’t it?