Champorado is a chocolate rice pudding that many Filipinos love. This is a favorite breakfast and snack in the Philippines. I grow up eating champorado with milk for breakfast. My mom always cooked champorado because it is quick and easy. Now that I’m a mom myself, I find the champorado recipe a lifesaver.
Champorado recipe is a lifesaver because when I’m too busy with work the simplicity of this dish allows me to save time. If you are a busy mom and looking for simple and quick dish try champorado. This chocolate rice pudding is delicious that your kids will surely enjoy eating it for breakfast or as a snack.
My quick and easy recipe uses glutinous rice (malagkit) and cocoa powder. Here’s my champorado recipe, enjoy cooking!
- 2 cup glutinous rice
- ¾ sugar
- 7 cups water
- Cocoa powder or tablea (pure chocolate)
- Condensed milk
In a large cooking pot, pour water and bring to a boil. Put in the glutinous rice. Reduce heat to low medium and cook. Stir constantly to avoid sticking.
When the rice is almost ready, add in the cocoa powder. Stir until the powder dissolved and the rice completely covered.
Next, add the sugar. Stir to dissolve the sugar. Remove from heat and transfer to serving bowl or individual bows. Top with condensed milk or fresh milk.
Serve and enjoy!
Champorado is a simple chocolate rice recipe that you can try at home. I hope you find my step by step instruction easy to follow and don’t forget to bookmark this page to save the recipe. Have a nice day!