One of my childhood favorites was Filipino champorado. Champorado is a Filipino sweet chocolate rice porridge which can be served either hot or cold! It’s sometimes served with tuyo, which is dried fish, but I prefer to keep mine sweet and go without it because tuyo is very salty. My mom used to make it for me all the time. I ate it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack…literally anytime and anywhere. It’s traditionally served as a snack or a dessert in some cases but has that distinction ever stopped me from doing what I want? Nope! I decided to recreate my childhood favorite champorado for breakfast using healthier alternatives and ingredients. Below is my healthy Filipino champorado recipe, and make sure you check the end of this post for the video!