Maple Millet and Squash
Have you ever used millet? Try it in your next meal or as a side dish for added protein, fibre, and minerals. It’s low on the glycemic index so it’s a safer grain option for those with diabetes and other blood sugar issues. It’s also gluten-free, making it another great alternative for individuals with celiac and gluten intolerances.
- 2 cups cooked millet
- 2 cups cooked butternut squash
- 1 tbsp cinnamon or allspice
- 1-2 tbsp pure maple syrup
Combine all the ingredients and serve as a side or add chickpeas to make it a main dish.