Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Baked Mochi

The pictures do this no justice. It is so good fresh out of the oven drizzled with agave. It is like a pastry, good for you it is only made with brown rice, water, cinnamon, and raisins.

I love the cinnamon raisin and the chocolate brownie mochi topped or filled with a few drops of agave. The plain is also good when filled with carob chips. Once I take it out of the oven I will tear off the corner and put a few carob chips in the middle and they melt, so it is like a chocolate croissant.

On the website below you can print off a coupon. You can buy it a Whole Foods and it is found in the refrigerator section next to the tofu.

What is Mochi?

"Mochi is a nutritious bake-and-serve rice snack made from whole grain brown rice. Mochi is all-natural and without additives, preservatives or colorings. It's also wheat-free and gluten-free. Mochi can be eaten in a variety of ways. Just cut into 1-1/2" squares and bake in a pre-heated 450° F oven for 8-10 minutes. Watch them puff up before your eyes!"

"When done, they're brown and crispy on the outside with a chewy interior. Eat Mochi puffs plain, or with dips or fillings of your own choosing. Mochi can be baked, pan-fried or added to soups just before serving. Mochi also makes great waffles!"

It comes in raisin-cinnamon, sesame-garlic, super seed, chocolate brownie, cashew-date, original, wheatgrass with mugwort, and pizza.

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