Millet milk - great for people with allergies and health

Millet milk - great for people with allergies and health

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Not every child can drink cow's milk. There are people who bypass the popular UHT fluid in a wide arc, not believing in its any nutritional value, on the contrary noting that it can negatively affect digestion, immunity and even the figure. That is why alternatives to animal milk are increasingly being sought. One of them is plant milk and millet milk made from millet (read more), having all the benefits of millet.


Depending on how much water we add - we can get the perfect drink, a substitute for cream, an addition to cakes, pancakes. You can also experiment with taste - adding to the drink various additives - sunflower, dates, honey, almonds, etc. Millet milk is suitable as an addition to granola, cornflakes, etc.

Cooked millet

The basic recipe for millet milk

  • one cup of loosely cooked millet
  • two glasses of boiled water
  • one teaspoon of xylitol, honey or other sweetener,
  • one teaspoon of unrefined coconut oil,
  • favorite additions - e.g. 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, peeled almonds, sunflower seeds, etc.

Heated millet milk

Groats and additions (oil, almonds, etc.) transfer to a blender jar, add water and mix thoroughly. Then pour through a sieve if you want to get a delicate texture. Serve immediately or put in the fridge and eat the next day.

Milk in a cup

Bon Appetit!