Vegetarian Millet Bites

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Last updated on November 17th, 2020 at 12:56 pm

I was trying to categorize these as gluten free pizza bites, but it turns out there’s a huge discussion on whether gorgonzola cheese is in fact gluten free or not. I don’t wanna go around that mess. I don’t have any gluten sensitivity, so I ate a lot of those. 6 on day two of my current mission to be exact.

They’re good as a snack, but also in a combination with a salad as lunch or dinner. You can just put them in your Tupperware and take them anywhere with you – to work, to the mountain, to the beach, to the library, to McDonalds, in the car…Just anywhere. I must admit they smell a little like garlic, but hey, name one good thing that doesn’t.

There isn’t such thing.

They’re amazing when they’re hot and fresh out of the oven, but do as well when cold, in case you don’t have access to a kitchen (or at least to a microwave).


So to make these you’ll need millet. Ahhh yes. The lobster of bird food. Underestimated and overseen by many. The better version of couscous – it’s not expensive, is gluten free, rich in iron, zinc, niacin and folate with a sweet nutty flavor. It’s perfect for breakfast, salads and these pizza balls.

I don’t have any more of these pizza balls, so to not bite myself anymore I’m going to my pilates class. Hopefully it will be only stretching.


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