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Who wants a bowl of sticky rice in a pool of mylk sprinkled with some red ruby j…


Who wants a bowl of 🥭sticky rice in a pool of mylk sprinkled with some red ruby jewels, tapioca pearls and chia pudding?🤩
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If you ever dine at a Thai restaurant, there is always the mango sticky rice dessert to end your meal. I’m trying to replicate this with a healthier twist using maple syrup and mix of almond and coconut milk.
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Blue sticky rice recipe:
~ 3 tbsp Butterly pea flower juice (by cooking the flower with water until the color releases or just add water to it)
~ 1/2 cup of cooked Thai sticky rice (cook per package instructions) I steamed mine instead and added coconut milk
Add blue color to your sticky rice and mix until well combined, mold to your preferred shapes.
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Mylk mixture:
~ I used 1.5 cups of almond to 3/4 cups of coconut milk
~ maple syrup to taste
I did not cook my mixture, if you want it thicker, you can boil the mylk until warm.
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Plate as you wish with mangoes, pomegranate seeds, chia pudding or tapioca pearls, and topped with toasted coconut flakes!
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Lotsa💙💛❤️ to start your 🌱Thursday!
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