Rice Milk: Make It With Thermomix

The Rice Milk with Thermomix recipe is a very good one for people who can't take cow milk proteins or lactose.

Are you or your beloved ones dairy products intolerant? Rice Milk is a valid alternative to cow milk. It is mostly made from brown rice which is an unmilled or partly milled rice, a kind of whole natural grain. It has a mild nutty flavor, it is chewier and more nutritious than white rice.

Rice is a very healthy food. We should eat more of it. Rice increases immune system defence and it is considered as a powerful anti-cancer food.

Compared to cow's milk, rice milk contains more carbohydrates, but does not contain cholesterol or lactose.

Thermomix helps you save lots of money because this kind of products cost more than the "normal" ones, we do all agree I think.

With this simple and quick procedure you'll prepare a delicious rice drink for you or your loved ones who can't take cow or soy milk because of intolerance or allergies.

This wonderful and very helpful recipe has been sent by Lily Tang, a fan from Thermomix-Recipes Facebook page who told me she has prepared the rice milk for her baby. She said it tastes so good and smooth. She can also save plenty of money because she doesn't have to go to the supermarket and get those packets anymore!

If you have a child or someone who has got the same problem as Lily you may try her recipe. I think it is brilliant!

Just let me know if you use this rice milk to prepare maybe other products such as a pudding or an ice cream or whatever you try! It could be very interesting and helpful!


- 4 Tablespoons Brown Rice
- 500 g Water + 600 g
- 30 g Brown Sugar

How to prepare the Rice Milk with Thermomix

Pour water and add the rice. Cook 20 Min. 100°C Speed 2.

Add the brown sugar. 4 Min. Speed 10.

Slowly pour other 600 g of water when the 4 minutes left 20 seconds.

Lily's Advice

Please use container to keep it in the fridge as in summer time it becomes smelly very fast.

Translated from the Italian recipe
Latte di Riso: Preparalo col Bimby

Photocredit: jules:stonesoup