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Coconut rice pudding

Coconut rice pudding

This delicious recipe can be served hot or cold. If fresh mangoes are not available, use canned slices.

  • Preparation: 5 mins
  • Cooking: 25 mins
  • Serves: 6

What you need:

  • 600ml Oatly Enriched or Organic oat drink
  • 250g carton Oatly Organic Alternative to Cream
  • 150g pudding rice or Arborio rice
  • 25g desiccated coconut
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 50g sugar
  • 1 small fresh mango, peeled, sliced or diced

What you do:

  1. Pour the Oatly into a large pan, add the creamed coconut into the pan and bring to simmer. Reduce the heat and add the rice, desiccated coconut, stirring from time to time, simmer uncovered for 25-30 minutes or until the rice is cooked .
  2. Remove from the heat and stir in the vanilla and sugar. Spoon into dishes and top with sliced or diced mango. Scatter over toasted coconut if liked.

Cook's tip:

Variation: To serve cold - allow to cool then stir in 4-6 tbsp Oatly oat drink. Spoon into small dishes and chill. Top with mango just before serving. Cold rice pudding will keep for two days in the fridge.

Nutritional information per serving:


4g protein

10g fat (of which 4g saturated)

41.5g carbohydrate (of which 17g sugars)

2g fibre

0.17g salt

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Oatly oat drinks are a tasty, refreshing drink on their own and also make a great low-fat addition to a fruit smoothie. And Oatly is heat-stable, so it is also ideal for use in cooking and baking instead of dairy milk or cream. Everyone can enjoy the great taste and health benefits of Oatly.  Oatly is low in saturated fat and contains the soluble fibre required to help lower cholesterol levels:  just one 250ml glass of Oatly provides a third (1g) of the daily requirement of beta-glucans (soluble fibre) for cholesterol reduction as part of a healthy balanced lifestyle for those two out of three UK adults with a raised cholesterol level.

Suitable for vegans and vegetarians, Oatly oat drinks come in four long-life varieties (Chocolate, Enriched, Organic and Organic Dairy-Free Alternative to Cream). All Oatly oat drinks are lactose, milk protein and soya free so they’re great for anyone who suffers from milk protein allergy, lactose intolerance and/or an allergy to soya.

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