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Steamed Blueberry Puddings (low FODMAP, gluten free)


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Ingredients

10 portion(s)

Puddings

  • 500 g ripe blueberries, (or frozen blueberries, nearly defrosted)
  • 130 g raw sugar
  • 130 g Butter, (or dairy free margarine)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 130 g brown rice
  • 1 heaped teaspoon Gluten Free Baking Powder
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Recipe's preparation

    Puddings
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    Grease 10 silicone cupcake moulds and set aside.

  2.  


    Put berries in Thermomix bowl and heat for 6 min / 80C / counter-clockwise operation / Gentle stir setting with MC off.


    Using the TM basket, strain excess juice from the fruit. 


    Divide berries between prepared cupcake moulds.


    Reserve juice for later.

  3. Mill rice in clean, dry bowl for 60 sec / speed 9.  Set aside.


    Place sugar into bowl and mill 10 sec / speed 9.


    Add butter and melt 60 sec / 90C / speed 1, then mix 1 min / speed 3.


    With blades rotating on speed 3, add eggs, one at a time through hole in mixing bowl lid.


    Add vanilla, flour and baking powder and mix 10-20 sec / speed 3.

  4. Divide batter between prepared cupcake moulds, then place into Varoma dish and tray.


     


    Place 1L water into mixing bowl, place Varoma into position and steam 25-30 min / Varoma / speed 2.


    Allow puddings to cool slightly, then rest for 5 minutes before turning puddings out. 

  5. Serve with a drizzle of reserved juice.

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Tip

Allergy advice: This is gluten free, nut  free and suitable for a Low FODMAPs diet.  If using Nuttelex it is also dairy free.  Egg replacer (or a chia seed gel) can be used in place of the eggs.


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  • Made these with almond flour and coconut oil (we...

    Submitted by Nicole de Ruiter on 3. May 2019 - 21:02.

    Made these with almond flour and coconut oil (we are dairy free at the moment) and they were divine!!! I made the berry sauce (misread the instructions and added half the sugar then!), then set aside and without washing bowl added coconut oil and remaining sugar and then followed the remaining steps. Super easy and tasty, thanks for a great recipe!!

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  • Has anyone tried freezing and reheating these? I...

    Submitted by sam.hargreaves on 20. May 2018 - 19:22.

    Has anyone tried freezing and reheating these? I was wondering how they were second time around.

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  • Love these

    Submitted by clairebelle on 10. June 2017 - 20:23.

    Love these!

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  • yum, yum yuuuuum. I made

    Submitted by sbeck5 on 7. March 2016 - 18:46.

    yum, yum yuuuuum.

    I made these small puddings and they were so delsih. I subbed brown rice flour for almond meal and cut the sugar in half. Its going on our regualr recipe rotation! so good.

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  • Been feeling deprived on low

    Submitted by emtea88 on 15. November 2015 - 12:51.

    Been feeling deprived on low FODMAP...this recipe is heaven sent! 

    I don't have regular cupcake size silicon tray, so I chopped up my mini one and halved the recipe. Worked out really well and I think I will be making this regularly for bite sized treats.

    Cold out of the fridge the next day is even better, as the blueberries taste stronger and over all it's like a friand. 

    Thanks for this wonderful and very creative recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I love these cupcakes! Last

    Submitted by Christine E on 7. August 2015 - 22:17.

    I love these cupcakes! Last time I made them I used just 250g of the berries but kept everything else the same and it was still great and filled 12 silicone muffin pans perfectly.

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  • These are so easy and very

    Submitted by ithreas on 9. July 2015 - 16:37.

    These are so easy and very yum.  I only had 250g of blueberries so did half the recipe, but still made NINE puddings!   I steamed them on the Varoma tray at the same time as doing rice in the TM basket bowl, and vegies in the Varoma bowl!   (doing most of the meal at one time!)  Will definitely be making these regularly...

    PS:  I milled the Rice BEFORE warming the berries....

    SandieAndie

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  • My first go at a thermie

    Submitted by ThermoAbbott on 28. April 2015 - 21:45.

    My first go at a thermie steamed pudding and it was very tasty. I used raspberries instead of blueberries And the recipe still worked perfectly. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  • Thanks for the feedback

    Submitted by Jo McMahon - Two Litre Kitchen on 22. April 2014 - 12:36.

    Thanks for the feedback Christine.  I've taken cinnamon out of the steps as I agree with you that it's not needed.  I'm glad you enjoyed them!

    Jo McMahon - Thermomix Consultant, Melbourne VIC


    http://www.facebook.com/TwoLitreKitchen/


     


     


     

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  • Thanks Jo for this recipe! 

    Submitted by Christine E on 20. April 2014 - 22:06.

    Thanks Jo for this recipe!  It was great to find a low FODMAP recipe on the community!  I made it today (Easter Sunday) for family after lunch and it was delicious - and wow'd everyone there who hadn't previously seen the Thermomix in action. 

    Just one question - you mention cinnamon in step 2 yet it isn't listed in the ingredients list.  I put in a few shakes, but I must say I don't think it was necessary as the berries have a lovely flavour of their own.

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