Crispy puffed organic brown rice cakes are the perfect portable gluten free snack. Transform these delicious and healthy rice cakes with beautiful layers of flavor and different textures for a heavenly meal.
This post is sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market, all opinions, recipe and photography are my own.
Sometimes it’s all about easy and healthy snack options.
I am all about home cooked meals, but let’s face it, sometimes we just need some easy, healthy options that are made with real food ingredients.
When things are crazy busy, having easy snacks on hand that are easy to throw together quickly is a must.
An easy go-to that my family enjoys is Sprouts Brand organic brown rice cakes. They really come in handy when you need something fast and portable and they’re especially delicious when you top them with beautiful food!
Rice cake toppings can be beautiful, flavorful and fun!!!
That’s the beauty of it, you can get super creative when it comes to loading up the perfect, healthy organic rice cake. You can make it a fun snack, a quick breakfast, a yummy lunch or even a light dinner!
3 Healthy Rice Cake Toppings
My husband, Little Love and Tiny Love all enjoy rice cakes. I love coming up with different ways to enjoy them! All you need is some Sprouts Brand organic rice cakes on hand and a handful of exciting and delicious real food toppings.
Greek Yogurt with Pistachios & Honey
Get some creamy, whole milk, thick Greek yogurt, slather it on top of the rice cake and top it with shelled pistachios and a drizzle of honey for a delectable snack. This flavor combo is absolutely divine!
Cucumbers, Cream Cheese & Olives
While I love all of these rice cake toppings, this one just might be my favorite because it reminds me of my mom. She LOVED the cucumber, cream cheese and olive flavor combo and always made it for tea parties. It quickly became my favorite as a child too.
For this topper, I like to thinly slice up some cucumbers, feather thin, and add a generous layer of cream cheese topped with sliced black olives, a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and a pinch of sea salt. So good!
Melted Chocolate, Fresh Berries & Sea Salted Medjool Dates
Can I just say this one is AMAZING! Wow it is such a fun, extra special treat! Start by soaking some sweet, almost caramel-like Medjool dates. Once they’ve softened up a bit, pop them into a blender or food processor with a little bit of the date soak water to make a chunky date paste.
While they’re soaking, make up some homemade chocolate sauce. Oh my goodness this healthy chocolate sauce is heaven. Spread a layer of date paste on the rice cake, top with fresh berries, lots of silky chocolate drizzles and some flaked sea salt. Yes please!!!
Where to Find Sprouts Farmers Markets
Sprouts Farmers Markets are popping up everywhere these days! Right now you can find them in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.
Sprouts Farmers Market is a natural foods grocery store that focuses on healthy habits and a healthy lifestyle. Their store is packed with hundreds of top quality organic Sprouts Brand items, non-GMO, gluten free, Paleo, grass-fed, dairy free and seasonal items.
I love that they’re an everyday grocery store with that local home-town feel. Plus they sell so many organic and natural food items, and you know I’m all about that!
They offer great savings too! If you head over to their site, you can check out their clip and save mobile coupons! How cool is that?!
You can also check out lots of healthy, seasonal and delicious recipes featuring Sprouts Brans products over at their Sprouts Brand blog.
So grab yourself some Sprouts Farmers Market organic rice cakes and make these crazy good, unique rice cake toppings! Snacking has never tasted so good!
Healthy Rice Cake Topping Ideas
- 1 pack Sprouts Brand Organic Brown Rice Cakes
Greek Yogurt with Pistachios & Honey:
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- ¼ cup pistachios, shelled
- ¼ honey, drizzled
Cucumber, Cream Cheese & Olives:
- 4 oz cream cheese
- ½ medium-size cucumber, thinly sliced
- 2 oz Sprouts Brand medium ripe black olives
- 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, drizzled
- Pinch sea salt (<-- this is my favorite sea salt)
Melted Chocolate, Berries & Sea Salted Dates:
- 15 pitted Medjool dates
- Filtered water
- 2 tbsp butter
- 3 tbsp cocoa powder (<-- this is the fair-trade cocoa I use)
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp honey
- 1 cup fresh berries – raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, etc.
- Pinch sea salt or sea salt flakes (<-- this is my favorite sea salt)
- For the Greek Yogurt with Pistachios & Honey:Evenly distribute yogurt between 5 rice cakes. Top with pistachios and drizzle with honey.
- For the Cucumber, Cream Cheese Olives:Evenly distribute cream cheese between 5 rice cakes. Top with very thinly sliced cucumbers and sliced olives. Add a drizzle of olive oil to each rice cake and a pinch of salt.
- For the Melted Chocolate, Berries & Sea Salted Dates:Add Medjool dates to a small bowl. Barely cover with water and let soak for 15 minutes. After they’ve soaked, add soft Medjool dates to a food processor or blender and pulse until it forms a chunky paste. If needed, add 2-3 tbsp of the date soaking water to help blend.While the dates are soaking, in a small saucepan over medium heat, add butter, cocoa powder, vanilla extract and honey. Heat until melted and fully combined, stirring occasionally. Chocolate is done when mixture is smooth and shiny. Remove from heat and set aside.Evenly distribute the date paste over 5 rice cakes. Top with drizzled melted chocolate, fresh berries and a pinch of sea salt.
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