|Place of origin||Portugal|
|Region or state||produced worldwide within the Lusosphere|
|Main ingredients||Egg yolks|
Bolo de arroz is a Portuguese rice muffin, common in Portugal, the Lusosphere countries and regions (which include Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Timor, Timor Leste, Goa, Malacca and Macau) and countries with significant Portuguese immigrant populations, such as Canada, Australia, Luxembourg, the United States, and France, among others.
- Rosy Hall, Carmen (May 16, 2018). "The Prettiest Pastries of Portugal, and How to Recognize Them". Vogue. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
Bolo de arroz, otherwise known as rice muffins or cupcakes, from Padaria Ribeiro, another treasured bakery of Porto. You can recognize them from their paper wrapping—notice how different bakeries use different colored and textured paper.
- "Bolo de arroz". Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity. Slow Food. Retrieved 6 June 2018.
- "Receita de Arroz à Indonésia". TudoGostoso.