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Baby Rice Rusks


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Ingredients

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Rusks

  • 125 g rice
  • 1 banana, approx 125g, peeled
  • 6
    10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
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    TM 5
    Please note that the TM5 mixing bowl has a larger capacity than the TM31 (capacity of 2.2 liters instead of 2.0 liters for TM 31). Recipes for the Thermomix TM5 may not be cooked with a Thermomix TM31 for safety reasons without adjusting the quantities. Risk of scalding by spraying of hot liquids: Do not exceed the maximum filling quantity and observe the filling level markings of the mixing bowl!
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 180C and line a baking tray with baking paper.

  2. Weigh rice into mixing bowl.

  3. Mill 30secs/speed 9 stopping every 20 secs to push grains from the top of the lid back into the bowl.

  4. Repeat Step 2 until rice grains are a fine powder.

  5. Break Banana into peices and add to the mixing bowl and mix 10 secs/speed 5.

  6. Transfer mixture to a separate bowl.

  7. Form mixture into 8 - 10 8cm long log shapes and place on baking tray. 

  8. Place in the oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through.

  9. Allow to cool completely before giving to your little one to enjoy tmrc_emoticons.-)

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Tip

1. Use any type of rice for this recipe.

2. Substitute banana for fruit of your choice (pureed would work best).

3. Form mixture into any shape you like.

4. Store in an airtight container for up to three days.


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  • Does anyone have the recipe? It is saying...

    Submitted by amywalters127 on 5. September 2017 - 12:27.

    Does anyone have the recipe? It is saying forbidden.

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  • Sooo quick and easy. I used basmati rice and did...

    Submitted by Tiny on 14. July 2017 - 09:41.

    Sooo quick and easy. I used basmati rice and did not super fine mill it as 9 month old grandson's teeth producing gums need a bit of a rub.
    Husband and I tasted one before giving it to our treasure and thought it thoroughly awful, thankfully, little one loved it and gnaws on it constantly. It must feel great on his sore gums.
    I sent a few home with health conscious Mum who is delighted with them, and froze a few. I'll be making a whole heap more of these.
    Thanks for recipe.

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  • Super easy to make my daughter loves them...

    Submitted by HarmonyHunting on 4. May 2017 - 13:34.

    Super easy to make & my daughter loves them! Definitely going to make them in bulk & freeze next time Smile

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  • Perfect So quick and easy to make

    Submitted by CassieFox on 2. May 2017 - 20:01.

    Perfect! So quick and easy to make

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  • I had some rice flour to use so I used this and it...

    Submitted by loodles81 on 2. May 2017 - 15:24.

    I had some rice flour to use so I used this and it was excellent. If I was to use rice I'd definitely mill it to the same rice flour consistency. Great recipe and super easy. My little man loves them. Thanks.

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  • JessiLou wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 30. January 2017 - 22:58.

    JessiLou wrote:
    Would this work with frozen banana.

    I have so many zipbags with frozen banana cause i didn't want them going off.


    That is a very good question... frozen banana whips up nicely like ice cream but im not sure what would happen when you bake it.

    I guess that as long as you can get the right consistency with the frozen banana and the rice mix then it should still bake fine although it would still depend on the stage of the banana when frozen.

    Generally, the riper the banana when frozen the more moisture it seems to have when defrosted/used. If this was the case then I would add more rice to keep the consistency of rusks.

    It would be great to hear your results if you do try with your frozen bananas

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  • Would this work with frozen banana....

    Submitted by JessiLou on 30. January 2017 - 13:52.

    Would this work with frozen banana.

    I have so many zipbags with frozen banana cause i didn't want them going off.

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  • ajbrown wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 1. January 2017 - 21:46.

    ajbrown wrote:

    These are great. I have to work on making them rectangular better. Any tips?




    ajbrown, I always rolled mine into logs and then cut this into the size bars that I was wanting (as my boys grew I made them larger). After cutting the log I found I could further shape them if I was not happy with the form. I hope this helps you and I would love to hear how you go next time 😊

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  • Kizza wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 1. January 2017 - 21:41.

    Kizza wrote:

    Would these work with quinoa or buckwheat do you think?




    I would think that they should work just fine however you would probably not need to mill either of them for as long as rice. I would love to hear if you tried this and how it worked for you though 😊

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  • Lenka wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 1. January 2017 - 21:34.

    Lenka wrote:

    These came out great, I used 1.5 bananas as that's what 125g made up. I also whizzed up my brown rice for 3x30sec sessions to make it super fine.
    And I shaped into 13 finger sized pieces. I tried one and they tasted excellent, I'm sure my baby will love these everyday!!!! Thank you.




    Thanks for that tip to make your rice even finer. I hope your baby did love them as much as mine did!

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  • Cassandra Simm wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 1. January 2017 - 21:32.

    Cassandra Simm wrote:

    These are great and so easy!




    Thanks for that Cassandra Simm... that was my whole intention. I'm glad you like them!

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  • stinimende wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 1. January 2017 - 21:31.

    stinimende wrote:

    Are these meant to be a little gritty in texture? Or did I not mill the rice/bake long enough?




    You could certainly mill the rice to make it finer if you prefer a smoother texture. I did want to make them quite rustic and less like store bought ones to try and make them last longer so my son had to actually chew on them. Thanks for trying them out and let me know if you achieve a more suitable texture 😊

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  • tashwalker wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 29. December 2016 - 20:48.

    tashwalker wrote:

    These are perfect!!




    Thanks for sharing tashwalker...

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  • krazykook wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 29. December 2016 - 20:47.

    krazykook wrote:

    These are awesome! So quick and easy to make, and my son loves them.




    I'm glad your son loves them mine both did too!

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  • Chef Kez wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 29. December 2016 - 20:45.

    Chef Kez wrote:

    Great recipe! I have made a few times now with medium grain brown rice and always make a double batch. A double batch for me normally yields 26 sticks as I make them a little smaller. I then reduce baking time to only 20mins.

    Thanks for sharing!




    Great ideas Chef Kez! Thanks for those tips.

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  • Jo Copping wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 29. December 2016 - 20:45.

    Jo Copping wrote:

    These are awesome. I needed to grind the rice up a bit more but worked out either way. Thank you for this recipe.




    Thankyou for trying it out Jo Copping!

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  • juzziemc wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 29. December 2016 - 20:43.

    juzziemc wrote:

    Fantastic! So simple and best of all, bub loves them.




    That is so good to hear juzziemc! Thanks for leaving a comment.

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  • Hol18a wrote:...

    Submitted by jnsnt on 29. December 2016 - 20:42.

    Hol18a wrote:

    Great recipe. I use brown rice and put them in the freezer after cooking and just take one out each day




    Great idea thanks Hol18a!

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  • These are great. I have to

    Submitted by ajbrown on 26. October 2016 - 19:21.

    These are great. I have to work on making them rectangular better. Any tips?

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  • Would these work with quinoa

    Submitted by Kizza on 25. September 2016 - 21:09.

    Would these work with quinoa or buckwheat do you think?

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  • These came out great, I used

    Submitted by Lenka on 7. September 2016 - 15:37.

    These came out great, I used 1.5 bananas as that's what 125g made up. I also whizzed up my brown rice for 3x30sec sessions to make it super fine.

    Just before baking Just before baking
    And I shaped into 13 finger sized pieces. I tried one and they tasted excellent, I'm sure my baby will love these everyday!!!! Thank you.

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  • These are great and so easy!

    Submitted by Cassandra Simm on 24. July 2016 - 16:32.

    These are great and so easy!

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  • Are these meant to be a

    Submitted by stinimende on 18. May 2016 - 19:39.

    Are these meant to be a little gritty in texture? Or did I not mill the rice/bake long enough?

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  • These are perfect!! 

    Submitted by tashwalker on 4. May 2016 - 17:06.

    These are perfect!! 

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  • These are awesome! So quick

    Submitted by krazykook on 1. May 2016 - 10:27.

    These are awesome! So quick and easy to make, and my son loves them.

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  • Great recipe!  I have made a

    Submitted by Chef Kez on 13. April 2016 - 14:10.

    Great recipe!  I have made a few times now with medium grain brown rice and always make a double batch.  A double batch for me normally yields 26 sticks as I make them a little smaller.  I then reduce baking time to only 20mins.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  • Fantastic! So simple and best

    Submitted by juzziemc on 10. April 2016 - 12:49.

    Fantastic! So simple and best of all, bub loves them. 

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  • Great recipe. I use brown

    Submitted by Hol18a on 6. April 2016 - 08:27.

    Great recipe. I use brown rice and put them in the freezer after cooking and just take one out each day 

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  • These are awesome. I needed

    Submitted by Jo Copping on 7. March 2016 - 23:35.

    These are awesome. I needed to grind the rice up a bit more but worked out either way. Thank you for this recipe.

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  • These were fantastic! Made

    Submitted by Shanks n Roxy on 12. December 2015 - 17:43.

    These were fantastic! Made them for my nephew and he loved them. 

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