We’ve started eating rice for breakfast a lot┬álately. What I like about it:

  • Yummy and it could be a good alternative for those who don’t care for oatmeal.
  • Cheap – Rice is an economic staple after all!
  • Quick & easy – I like too cook up a batch to use for the rest of the week, so the morning of I just have to re-heat some in a bowl. It’s also a great way to use up leftover rice.

Cook up some rice, you can do either white or brown rice. I like it served hot with honey, cinnamon and milk, but you could eat it with sugar, raisins or whatever floats your boat!

This post is linked at The Peaceful Mom.

7 Responses to “Start Your Day Frugally with Breakfast Rice”

  1. I love rice and use it in various ways, including for breakfast. I was disappointed when offering my grand daughter rice one evening, she informed me she didn’t like it, so I pulled some out to reheat for myself and was about to make her something else. Then she looked into my bowl and saw the corn and peas I had added to it and told me she liked those, could she try some. She loved it and had two bowls of my rice concoction! It did have a little butter in it as well, but it was a simple meal and satisfied us for the evening.

  2. My eldest daughter loves rice pudding, and I use leftover rice for that. It is an easy breakfast when I have a container of it in the fridge for her to reheat.

  3. So glad I came across your post today. My 2 boys are 3 and 5 yrs old and LOVE rice, this is definately going to be an easy breakfast for them. Especially with the high price of boxed cereal, we are trying to cut down on that!

  4. I have never thought about rice for breakfast! It is a staple for most of our dinner menus. It would be quite the frugal breakfast though. For my breakfast, I spend $2 on a big container of oatmeal from Aldi and it lasts me for a month of breakfasts. I add natural applesauce and some cinnamon and I am good to go!

    • Oatmeal’s a good breakfast too! I never thought of putting applesauce in it, but I bet it’s good. I’ll have to give it a try!

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