Creamy low-carb rice pudding

With just a few superstar ingredients, you can have an amazing low-carb version of the classic rice pudding. Bam! Nearly immediate gratification for the holidays.
With just a few superstar ingredients, you can have an amazing low-carb version of the classic rice pudding. Bam! Nearly immediate gratification for the holidays.

Ingredients

6 servingservings
USMetric
  • 23 lb 300 g cottage cheese
  • 1¼ cups 300 ml heavy whipping cream
  • 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 oz. 60 g fresh raspberries or other berries of your liking

Instructions

  1. Whip the heavy cream until soft peaks form. Add the vanilla extract. You can mix in the cinnamon at this stage, or sprinkle it on top right before serving.
  2. Gently fold in the cottage cheese but don't over mix. Let the pudding settle in the fridge for about 10-15 min.
  3. Serve with red berries of your choice, whole or mashed. A few wedges of a clementine or an orange is delicious too.

Tip!

You could also garnish this amazing pudding with nuts and fresh mint!

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3 Comments

  1. bill
    Dr. E:

    Why do you still link to authority nutrition?
    Do you think their post today helps anybody?

  2. Renee Barbour
    I was very disappointed in today's post re. eating whole grains. In my opinion it serves but to confuse people just starting out on their health journey. I usually scroll down to the comments section where the moderator was, I think, unfairly supportive of the spirit of the post. Fortunately, several of the commentators are very knowledgeable and they always provide an extra slant to the discussion.
    Whilst many of the AE posts are interesting, I get the impression they are sometimes written just for the sake of getting a post out there. I am not yet ready to ditch this site, but as from today I am getting very close.......but for the informed comments at the end......! (Barry Hacklem ....you rule!)
  3. Karen
    Regarding the recipe for "rice" pudding -- I was skeptical but tried it...wow, this was way more like real rice pudding than I expected! It wasn't as hearty, more light, but I found that to be a good thing. My family and I celebrated Bodhi Day (Buddha's enlightenment) on Dec 8th and rice pudding is kind of traditional...this was a good replacement. Thank you :)

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