Chef AJ has been devoted to a plant-exclusive diet for over 44 years. She is the host of the television series Healthy Living with CHEF AJ airing on Foody TV. A chef, culinary instructor, and professional speaker, she is author of Unprocessed: How to Achieve Vibrant Health and Your Ideal Weight and the best-selling books The Secrets to Ultimate Weight Loss and Own Your Health. Chef AJ was the executive pastry chef at Santé Restaurant in Los Angeles where she was famous for her sugar-, oil-, salt- and gluten-free desserts. She is the host of YouTube show Chef AJ Live. She is proud to say that her IQ is higher than her cholesterol. In 2018 she was inducted into the Vegetarian Hall of Fame. Find her on Instagram and Twitter.see more from this author
This was awful. No flavor and horrible texture.
Delicious flavors. I also blended the mlllet after cooking with an immersion blender and got it nice and creamy. I might also try this with some frozen, thawed strawberries. I think this is a nice starter to build other recipes on.
After cooking the millet, I ran the pudding through my blender to smooth it out. Then I filled clear dessert cups according to the recipe. For a simpler version, use plain blueberries, omitting the pomegranate syrup.
After I carefully followed this recipe, the millet “pudding” failed to thicken and the millet itself stayed crunchy. Perhaps it needs to simmer longer than the 20 minutes as the recipe instructs? Please let me know how to get better results, as ingredients are delicious but texture leaves much to be desired
The millet was really tough and chewy even after cooking it again in the instant
Pot and it was too sweet with that much date paste-I chilled it then I had to add arrowroot powder and cook again on the stove to get it to thicken
I don’t have an insta pot, can this be made stovetop?
Can’t wait to try it
This looks amazing! I can’t wait to try it. I have all the ingredients!