Puff Rice Recipe

Puff Rice Recipe

If you know about puff rice, then you must know how healthy they are for everyone. But do you know that you can prepare delicious dishes with puff rice recipes? There are lots of variations that can be prepared if you got to know them. Anyways, learn something super easy to prepare and quick dishes to make your busy hectic days trouble-free. 

Puff Rice Cereal Recipe:

Talking about special puff rice, many of you want to learn how to make puffed rice cereal. As cereal is unconditionally loved by children. So, today, I’m sharing my special puffed rice cereal recipe with you guys that you can prepare effortlessly anytime anywhere. 

Ingredients We Need:

  • 1 tbsp. of extra virgin coconut oil
  • 2 tbsp of organic almond butter or nut butter of choice
  • 3 tbsp. of raw honey or you can use pure maple syrup instead
  • 2 cups of puffed rice

How to Prepare Puffed Rice Cereal Step by Step:

Step 1: Take a medium-sized frying pan or griddle, putting it over medium-low heat, and pour 1 tbsp of extra virgin coconut oil, 2 tbsp of organic almond butter, and 3 tbsp of honey. Continue heating and stirring them with a whisk until they are smooth and completely mixed up. 

Step 2: When done, turn off the heat and add 1 cup of puffed rice at first. Mix with the liquid-smooth mixture with a large spatula. 

Step 3: When properly mixed up, add the remaining puffed rice, and continue mixing until the rice is finely coated and looks wet. 

Step 4: Finally, for 1 minute, turn on the heat low, and stirring to set the coat. 

Remove from heat as soon as possible, and set aside to let cool. Also, if you want to serve warm, then let sit for 10 minutes. Serve with milk, that will love surely be loved by children. 


Whether for a sleepy breakfast or quick lunch, homemade puffed rice cake or cereal always satisfy your hungry tummy with low calories and a flavor of sweetness. Also, these puffed rice can be intake up to 3 weeks if they are correctly preserved in an air-tight container or zipper-lock bag.

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