Joanne Rawlings

Breakfast Rice


It is so great to make delicious recipes the whole family enjoys. Better nutrition for everyone’s health with
no processed sugar, no dairy, no meat, no manufactured sauces. Use organic food where possible, your body will thank you.
Breakfast Rice

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Breakfast Rice

Use Organic for Health when possible

1 Apple or 1 cup mixed berries

1 tablespoon of Sultanas or 1-2 thinly diced dates

Few thinly diced Banana pieces  – keep the rest for a smoothie

1/2  Cup Filtered Water

1.5 Cups Cooked Wholemeal rice warm or cool

200mls or less Coconut Milk

2 teaspoons Chia Seeds or ground flaxseeds/flaxmeal – both can be used

Cacao nibs and, or shredded coconut to sprinkle on top

Serves 2


  1. Evenly in 2 breakfast bowls,  either use mixed berries fresh/frozen or grate the apple (or cut into cubes)- leave the skin on if organic,  – by grating the apple into the bowls used, you catch extra sweetness
  2. Add the sultanas or thinly diced dates – approximately cut 5/6 times, thinly diced banana, cooked rice, coconut milk, water, chia seeds or flaxseeds – we use both. Leave it to rest for 20 minutes or more
  3. Sprinkle with cacao nibs and enjoy. Serves 2


Joanne’s Tips – You can use mashed banana, apricots, or any fruit you like. Our favourite is mixed berries which we soak into the coconut milk and water for about 20 minutes first in the bowls we are using.

When you withdraw from sugar, this recipe is about your quota for the day so if you can, save some for later.  I saved a small amount for after dinner when doing the sugar withdrawal. Or cut out the banana pieces and use them for a smoothie.

Chia seeds or flaxseeds don’t have much taste, but they give your body lots of nutrients and aid in energy.

When you decide to withdraw from processed/artificial sugars it is advised not to have anything else with processed sugars as you will not get the true taste of natural sugar recipes that we have created