If you’re not familiar with millet, it’s a grain-like seed, similar to quinoa, that is gluten-free and loaded with nutrients.
The thing that I noticed most about millet when I first tried it, is how much it tastes like corn. It’s remarkably similar! I’ve always had it in the back of my mind that I would try to make a “cornbread” with it one day, so I decided this would be the year I figured it out.
The resulting bread tastes downright amazing, if I do say so myself. It’s the perfect alternative for those who need to avoid corn, and it’s surprisingly easy to prepare, too. No need for flour or tricky gluten-free starches! Millet is considered to be slightly alkaline in the body, and also happens to be a source of vitamin B3, magnesium, and calcium. With the sneaky addition of zucchini, this bread packs a healthy dose of nutrients with each bite!