At its heart, rice porridge is a straightforward dish. Don’t let that fool you, though. This warm, nourishing SIBO friendly rice porridge recipe is easy enough to make during the week but scrumptious enough that you’ll want to savour it during a lazy weekend morning, too. This breakfast recipe is a favourite of Rebecca Coomes; watch this week’s episode of the SIBO Cooking Show to find out why.
This breakfast wonder shines no matter which way you craft it. Rice porridge is a great SIBO-friendly breakfast to add to your repertoire because it can be modified to fit almost any dietary restriction, and still taste fantastic no matter what. Plus, it’s egg-free, is a great alternative to the protein and vegetable breakfast staple of many SIBO diets, and pays homage to breakfasts of the past.
We love simple dishes that allow creativity to take centre stage, and rice porridge lets you fulfil almost any taste craving you have. There’s almost endless room to have fun with the flavours. Keep it simple with a drizzle of honey, make it sweeter with a serve of berries, or even go nuts and add a dusting of slivered almonds. When possible, try to use organic produce as it’s best for your body and the environment. We love the lush fruit from Organic Angels, so you can always find us figuring out new ways to get creative with our breakfast dishes. Let us know what your favourite rice porridge toppings are in the comments below.
This recipe, and plenty of other SIBO-friendly recipes are available in the SIBO Family Favourites Cookbook. Click here to learn more.
SIBO friendly rice porridge recipe
Classification: SIBO Bi-Phasic Diet Phase 1 Semi Restricted, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, vegan (if stevia is used)
2 thoughts on “SIBO friendly rice porridge breakfast recipe”
It looks like this recipe is more of a FODMAP friendly recipe. My understanding is the SIBO specific diet doesn’t allow any rice. I only say this because I wish I could eat this, but alas it is on the no-no list for now, at least if you are following the information provided by Dr. Siebecker, who I am told is an authority on all things SIBO. Going to peruse your site for other yummy recipes though. Thank you for posting them!
Hi Tina, the SIBO Bi Phasic Diet was created by Dr Nirala Jacobi, who used Dr Siebecker’s SIBO Specific Food Guide as a reference. Rice, particularly jasmine and basmati, can often be tolerated by SIBO patients and many practitioners recommend people try eating it if they lose a lot of weight or don’t feel full. Dr Jacobi allows it in Phase 1 Semi Restricted Phase onwards. You might like to try experimenting with rice to see which one you can tolerate. I personally do much better on jasmine rice than basmati rice, because the fermentation potential is higher in basmati rice (meaning it will hang around and feed your critters for longer). Rebecca