Millet Flour has a subtle flavor, lots of vitamins and minerals, and adds a lovely creamy color to baked goods. Substitute 1 cup Big River Grains Gluten Free Millet Flour for an equal amount of unbleached white flour in any baked good (cookies, breads, pancakes Use millet and teff flours as a substitute for sorghum or bean flours in gluten-free flour mixes. Use millet and teff flours as a substitute for a portion of brown rice or white rice flours in recipes.
GLUTEN FREE. KOSHER. Approximately 7 1/2 cups of Millet flour.
Our Naturally Gluten Free Promise: Grown Gluten Free, Transported Gluten Free, Stored Gluten Free, Handled Gluten Free to minimize the chance of cross-contamination.
Grown in the USA. Our facility and equipment are used exclusively for the harvesting and processing of gluten free grains. No gluten containing products, oats, soy or nuts are processed by our company.
Whole Millet Flour provides Protein, Fiber and Iron
According to Nutrition Data, one cup of cooked Millet grain has 6g of protein, 2g of dietary fiber, and will provide 6 percent of the recommended daily value of iron based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Great Source of Magnesium and Niacin
Millet is a grain that should also be included on your list of heart-healthy choices because of its status as a good source of magnesium. A cup of cooked millet provides 26.4% of the daily value for magnesium. Magnesium has been shown in studies to reduce the severity of asthma and to reduce the frequency of migraine attacks. Magnesium has also been shown to lower high blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart attack, especially in people with atherosclerosis or diabetic heart disease. Niacin (vitamin B3) can be of help in lowering high cholesterol.