A Breakfast Built on Millet 

Warm your tummy with a breakfast based on millet

This cereal originally came from wild grass seeds on the African savanna.  By 10,000 BC, neolithic farmers grew it in Asia. Modern millet is a staple crop around the world. We love it because it’s gluten-free, alkaline, low GI and packed with minerals like magnesium and zinc. It’s tasty, digestible and wonderful for gut health.

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Ingredients (serves up to 4)

1 cup of millet

2 1/2 cups water

Almond milk

Coconut yoghurt

Chopped fruit

Almond slivers

Preparation

Inspiration

Try it with seasonal local berries or fruit and spice it up with cinnamon (to aid digestion), organic plain yoghurt or coconut cream.

Mini Pizza Crusts

Let’s call this “Primal Pizza”

Here’s the recipe for the base (you can add any topping you like, today I smeared on avocado,  hummus,  kale mush)

1 cup almond flour

1 cup coconut flour

4 tbsp flaxseed meal

1/2 tsp salt, onion powder,  garlic powder,  chilli powder.  (optional)

2 large eggs

1 cup water

4 tbsp of olive oil

Combine all dry ingredients – then add wet ones.  Make balls and roll with a rolling pin with non stick baking paper in between.

Use and freeze the remaining mini pizza bases separated by baking paper and in a sealed large plastic bag.

Welcome to The Slim Hour

A kitchen is the hearth and heart of a home.

Feeling disconnected from your kitchen? Want to eat better but don’t know where to start? Heard about the positive impact of gut health on mental health?

That’s where we at The Slim Hour come in. Our passion is to motivate and support your transformation.  

From revamping your pantry and fridge to guided shopping expeditions and wellness coaching, we’ll reawaken your primordial need to nurture those you love. And you’ll have a lot fun!

Send me an email or find me on the Facebook Slim Hour page and let’s see how we could work together.

Until then,

Rose