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    Coconut Rice Puddings with Raspberries

    Vegetarian • Gluten free • 20 mins to prepare


    1 pint Raspberries, ripe or overripe


    3 Eggs, large

    Canned Goods

    1/2 cup Coconut milk, unsweetened

    Pasta & Grains

    3/4 cup Rice, Cooked Short-Grain

    Baking & Spices

    1/4 tsp Salt, coarse
    1/4 cup Sugar
    1/2 Vanilla bean

    Nuts & Seeds

    3/4 cup Coconut, sweetened
    1/2 cup Coconut flakes, unsweetened large toasted


    1 1/2 cups Half-and-half
    • Rosanne Araujo

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    • Emma Campbell

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