Let's freeze the speeding time for a moment to enjoy this comfy healthy millet breakfast with peaches spiced with ginger!
Hi lovely, summer is running down the road, make sure you don't miss to make this healthy millet recipe for breakfast before the peach season is over!
"Why should I?" you may ask.
Because you'll be missing out something delicious, and hey you'll have to wait for almost 8 months to enjoy fresh peaches again, isn't that sad 🤔?
This millet recipe is showcasing blood peaches, millet, yogurt, ginger, and apple cider vinegar!
I googled to find out more about blood peaches, but I found they're not popular peaches!
Here in France, we refer to them as " vineyard peaches" as they grow among the vines. They are deep in red color and have a sweet-tart flavor.
If you can get some of these blood peaches, then go ahead and make this millet recipe breakfast.
Otherwise, pick peaches of your choice, for example, I added some nectarines (which are also peaches) in this millet recipe. But get well-riped peaches otherwise the crunchy peaches will not make a comfy millet breakfast.
How to cook millet
I've shown you how to cook millet the best way
- Millet is a gluten-free seed. It remains alkaline after cooking which is great for people with digestion problems.
- It has a nutty flavor when cooked, and if you haven't boarded the wagon of millet yet, I highly recommend you join me 😂.
- Seriously, millet has a lot to offer you, it's a good source of proteins, it has Omega 3, 6, and 9 ❤❤.
- Millet has a complete protein, it's superior to wheat, rice, and corn in protein content
- You'll get Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Zinc, and Magnesium. Millet has a good amount of vitamin A.
- Millet is rich in vitamins Bs, especially in niacin, folic and B6
- It's rich in dietary fiber, mostly being insoluble fiber. Do you know the benefits of insoluble fiber?
- Your gut microbiome feeds on the insoluble fiber that you can't digest thus improving your health.
- Are you watching your waistline? Then you've got a reason to start on millet as it has a moderate Glycemic Index of 55, meaning it will not raise your blood sugar.
Health benefits of peaches
- Peaches will provide you with vitamin A, Bs, C, E, and K. On minerals you'll get Copper, Potassium, and Manganese.
- Peaches are made up 85% water making them low in calories but still leaving you full.
- Low in Glycemic Index, peaches will not rapidly raise your blood sugar.
- They can help you improve your health and protect you from various health issues for example; Chemical compounds present in peaches are capable of killing cancer cells according to research done on peaches extract.
- In breast cancer studies, a peach extract was found to slow the growth of aggressive breast cancer.
Health benefits of yogurt & apple cider vinegar
I chose to add yogurt and apple cider vinegar for they contain bacteria (probiotics) which will benefit your microbiome.
Adding leaving bacteria through fermented food, yogurts and vinegar will help populate your gut with new micro-organisms.
This will help you improve your health and alleviate some diseases especially those caused by gut issues like auto-immune diseases, cancer, etc…
Ginger in this millet recipe
- It's a great spice, and while many will just love it for it's flagrant, ginger helps in soothing digestion issues.
- It has anti-inflammatory properties.
So this simple yet healthy millet recipe with peaches is a powerhouse of good nutrients, healing components, and a weight loss breakfast.
This millet recipe is great if you've anemia as millet is a good source of Iron. Combining it with peaches as a source of vitamin C will aid the absorption of Iron in your body.
I hope you'll love this millet recipe, my kids told me to tell you that it's super delicious.
Share and comment, I will love reading from you.
Hugs from me, remain positive, despite the circumstances! that's easier said than done, I know…
My love to you, Githu.
Here are more millet recipe for you
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- Prunes-mint sauteed mushrooms with millet
- Millet breakfast with spiced beets
- Millet recipe with beluga lentils
- How to cook millet the best way
Ginger millet breakfast with peaches
- Large bowl
Ginger millet breakfast with peaches
- 1 cup cooked millet
- 1 teaspoon ginger powder
- 1 teaspoon sweet paprika powder (optional)
- 5 ripe peaches
- 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
- 2 tablespoon cold-pressed oil (optional)
- 2 tins of yogurt I used plant-based
- Cook the millet preferably in the evening as in this recipe while adding salt and ginger add sweet paprika
- In the morning, slice the peaches in thin wedges or as you desire and place them in a large bowl
- Add all other ingredients and mix gently
- Serve and appreciate your breakfast
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