Baked Rice or Quinoa Pudding by the Diabetic Pastry Chef

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Baked Rice or Quinoa Pudding by the Diabetic Pastry Chef


The Diabetic Pastry Chef, Stacey Harris’s recipes are featured in  this year’s Diabetes Mystery podcast, “Suspect Boulevard” featuring Best-Selling Author, Tonya Kappes, the Charlie’s Angels of Outreach and Mama Rose Marie. 

Millions of people with, at risk and affected by diabetes read mystery paperbacks and there’s a huge collection of books featuring super indulgent recipes that really bug me. I think it’s high-time someone wrote a mystery featuring healthy and delicious recipes so I asked Stacey Harris, The Diabetic Pastry Chef to contribute some recipes for this year’s diabetes mystery podcast.

Type 2 diabetes doesn’t stop Stacey Harris. From her tasty treats to her outlook on life, this pastry chef keeps things as sweet as can be! Her flavor combinations and attention to detail make Stacey’s treats so craveable, while her soft voice and gentle smile make this pastry chef just so lovable reports Diabetic Living magazine.

Baked Rice or Quinoa Pudding Recipe by the Diabetic Pastry Chef Stacey Harris


2 cups milk or unsweetened almond milk

3 eggs, beaten

1 tsp. pure vanilla extract

½ tsp. cinnamon

1/4 tsp. nutmeg

¾ cup cooked brown rice or quinoa

1 cup Whey Low D granular

3 tbsp. melted butter

½ cup raisins


Combine all ingredients mixing well.  Pour into an ungreased 1 ½ quart casserole dish or individual ramekins. Bake in preheated 375 degree oven for approximately 45 minutes or until center of pudding is firm and does not shake.  Can be served warm or cold.  Refrigerate any leftovers.


LISTEN NOW: Diabetes Late Nite inspired by Ella Fitzgerald podcast hosted by Mr. Divabetic. Throughout the podcast we will be playing music from the album, Columbia Jazz; Ella Fitzgerald, 1973 courtesy of SONY Music.

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