Flourless, Fat-free Rice Cake

Picture of Flourless, Fat-free Rice Cake
Last Friday I experimented with rice…and the result, oh the result was soft and sweet and addictive!

This rice cake has no butter, nor oil or flour so perfect if your are trying to control/lose weight but still don’t wanna totally give up on something sweet!

* 100 g rice
* 500 ml milk
* 60 g sugar
* 2 eggs
* 25 g butter (for greasing the pan)

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Step 1: Step one - make the batter

Picture of Step one - make the batter

Take 500 ml milk, bring it to a boil, drop in the rice. Cook till rice is soft and creamy
Meanwhile separate egg yolks from egg whites
Whip the egg whites
When the rice is ready, turn off the heat and add eggs, sugar and vanilla extract
Now slowly incorporate the whipped egg whites.

Step 2: Step two - Bake it!

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Grease a baking pan and cook at 180 C for about 40 min
Let it cool down, then cut into slices.
You can eat it for breakfast with some milk, or (if you can), add a scoop of whip cream or ice cream and enjoy your cake at home or with friends.

You can find more of my recipe on my cooking blog: www.expatcucina.com
iching20013 years ago
is it Fat Free??
Egg Yolks do contain FAT.
is the rice supposed to be cooked? o.O
ty btw ^^
csinatra4 years ago
can i please get these ingredients in american conversions? ml? g? LOL im not good with the metric system......does anyone know some where online where i can translate? Looks delicious, and i cant wait to try them.....i spend way too much money on old stale store bought rice cakes....LOL
ExpatCucina (author)  csinatra4 years ago
You can find all conversion here

sorry about that, im Italian

500 ml milk is about 2 cups
25 g butter is 2 tbsp
60 g sugar is 1/3 cup
100 g rice should be 1/2 heaping cup
Hope that helps, but u can google it and find all conversions

thank you so much, u r a sweet heart :) u can google it? nice! i didnt know that. that will help me out in future conversions. thanks again! :)
MamaLoca4 years ago
Sounds Delish, It's also Gluten Free, Yay. As for the butter, use a non-fat cooking spray.
it's nice thing to eat
scoochmaroo4 years ago
(i'm afraid 2 egg yolks have up to 20g of fat)
I'll re-feature this...once you clear up the butter confusion!
ExpatCucina (author)  Lithium Rain4 years ago
I've added in the ingredients what the butter is for. Sorry for confusion
Great! I've given it a category-level feature - it looks delicious.
mirileh4 years ago
when do you add the butter? (25 gr is fine with me! though you might want to change the title to be exact)
ExpatCucina (author)  mirileh4 years ago
The butter is for greasing the pan
tecneeq4 years ago
Looks good, tasty and healty. But fat free and butter as an ingredient doesn't compute in my kitchen.
ExpatCucina (author)  tecneeq4 years ago
The butter is only for greasing the pan
etlerd4 years ago
**Fat-free** Rice Cake This rice cake has **no butter**, nor oil or flour so perfect if your are trying to control/lose weight but still don’t wanna totally give up on something sweet! Ingredients * 100 g rice * 500 ml milk [may have fat] * 60 g sugar * 2 eggs [contains fat] * 25 g butter [contains butter]
ExpatCucina (author)  etlerd4 years ago
only 25 g of butter...are you kidding? It's almost like it has no butter at all compared to other cake recipes that call for 1 cup of butter!