This is a simple exchange from the traditional oatmeal recipes you might have been bored of, or maybe you just want a change? Millet called ragi in India is rich in calcium, aids weightloss, rich in fibre, regulated blood sugar and treats anemia, is relaxant, good babyfood and boosts lactation in mothers
2 tablespoons millet flour
1 cup milk of your choice
Raw honey, or sweetener of your choice
Nuts and dried fruit for garnish
Dry toast the millet flour in a nonstick pan for a few minutes and then transfer it to a bowl. This methos gives it the rich flavour.
Whisk the milk with the dryroasted millet flour, mix well so there are no lumps
Pour your mixture in the pan and keep stirring with a wooden spoon, until it thickens. It might take a few minutes.