Millet is a grass seed which we can ground into this pearl millet flour. It is definitely not just for the birds!
Millet flour has a medium GI index so that you can include in your low carb diet from time to time with prudence. Moreover, pearl millet flour contains some essential nutritions our body needs. Despite deeded not a nutritious meal, it is full of copper, magnesium, manganese and phosphorus.
As a good source of magnesium, millet nutrition benefits include a heart protective property. It can reduce high blood pressure which could lead to a decreased chance of heart attack. Moreover, millet can also help reduce asthma and the frequency of a migraine.
Pearl millet flour has a sweet, corn-like taste and this flavour will be a characteristic of any baked goods containing millet flour. You can use millet flour from bread recipes as well as sweet recipes, but we believe, it works best in muffins.
Our most favourite millet flour gluten free muffin recipe:
Ingredients (12 standard-sized muffins):
220g Gluten Free Pearl Millet Flour
25g Erythritol Sweetener (or 100g regular sugar)
half a teaspoon salt
14g baking powder
227ml coconut milk
50g melted coconut butter
2 large eggs
1 tbsp vanilla extract
- Preheat the oven to 220 degrees and grease a regular muffin pan.
- Then start with the dry ingredients and then blend the liquid ingredients in a separate bowl.
- Next, combine the dry and liquid ingredients and in a couple of seconds mix them well with a hand mixer.
- Pour the muffin batter into the muffin pan – as a general rule fill two-third of the individual cups.
- Bake the millet muffins for 15-20 minutes depending on your oven. Cool them on a rack and Enjoy!
Nutrition details of Szaffi Free Millet Flour in 100g:
Energy: 1513 kJ (362 kcal)
Protein: 15.3 g
Carbohydrates: 66.3 g of which natural sugar is 1.7 g
Fat: 1.4 g of which saturated fat is 0.5 g
Fibre: 3.5 g
Salt: 0.007 g
Ingredients: grounded pearl millet