Fruity Rice Rings

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Fruity Rice Rings – Healthy daily fruit snack for all

Packed with vitamins, fibre and flavour, Fruity Rice Rings are a great lunchbox filler and daily snack for the health conscious family or individual.

Fruity Rice Rings

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Do you follow a health-forward diet? Then you know how important it is to have your fruits and veggies every day. However, it isn’t always that easy. It might be a lot to think about. It can even stress you out. We have a delicious snack or lunch solution just for you. It will help you get those all-important vitamins and minerals. And the best part is that this snack is so tasty. Fruity Rice Rings are just perfect for the working person. They are also a great lunchbox filler for the kids.

The cashew nut butter isn’t just a good fat source, it also works very well as the glue for the fruits so they don’t fall off of the rice cakes. Rice cakes provide you with an eat-by-hand option and add a small number of carbs. Even though this recipe includes kiwis, oranges, blueberries and dates which are very high in fibre, you can also change it up with which fruits you choose. This recipe is for a couple of stacks and works well as a lunch-time meal but it also works well as a continuous snack for the day if you eat one per sitting. The whole Fruity Rice Rings recipe consists of 517 calories.

Packed with vitamins, fibre and flavour, Fruity Rice Rings are a great lunchbox filler and daily snack for the health-conscious family or individual.

Fruity Rice Rings Recipe

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Recipe by DNAfit Course: LunchCuisine: GlobalDifficulty: Easy


Prep time




  • 2 medium 2 Kiwis

  • 1 medium 1 Orange

  • 1 tbsp 1 Cashew nut butter

  • 1 tbsp 1 Sugar-free jam

  • 4 4 Dates

  • 2 tsp 2 Blueberries

  • 2 2 Rice cakes


  • Peel the kiwi and cut it into small pieces and cut the orange into thin slices.
  • Spread the cashew butter and jam to the rice cakes in a thin layer.
  • Once evenly spread onto the rice rings and place the blueberries and dates on top.
  • Serve


  • Nutritional Information (per serving):
    Energy:  2166kJ (517 calories)
    Carbohydrates: 116g
    Fibre: 14g
    Protein: 7g
    Fat: 8g

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