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Hulled Millet

Gluten Free
Whole Grain

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Nutritional Facts
Serving Size: 1/4 cup (55g) dry
Servings Per Container: 14
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 210
Calories from Fat 25
Total Fat 2.5 g 4 %
Saturated Fat 0 g 0 %
Trans Fat 0 g 0 %
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 %
Sodium 0 mg 0 %
Total Carbohydrate 42 g 14 %
Dietary Fiber 3 g 12 %
Sugars 0 g N/A
Protein 5 g 10 %
Vitamin A 0 %
Vitamin C 0 %
Calcium 0 %
Iron 8 %
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients whole grain hulled millet

*Manufactured in a facility that also uses tree nuts and soy

Millet is a gluten free ancient grain that cooks quickly and has a pleasantly mild, slightly sweet flavor. It's perfect for whole grain salads and as a substitute for rice in pilafs or stir fries. One of the BRM™ Grains of Discovery.


Which grain was first farmed nearly 10,000 years ago? Which grain was revered as one of five sacred crops in ancient China? Which grain is mentioned in the Old Testament, the writings of Herodotus, and the journals of Marco Polo? The answer is millet! Create nutritious, gluten-free dishes with millet, an ancient grain from the Far East. Millet has a mild, sweet flavor and quick cooking time, making it a tasty, convenient, whole grain addition to any meal of the day.

Unlike most other grains, this versatile, gluten free grain is alkaline. Millet digests easily and helps balance the body's natural tendency towards acidity. Hulled millet is an excellent source of prebiotic dietary fiber, making it a great solution for those looking to add more fiber to their gluten free diet. Millet has a low impact on blood sugar. Each 1/4 cup of this whole grain contains 15% of the recommended daily value of magnesium.

Enjoy whole grain millet as a unique alternative to rice in salads and stir-fries. Cook millet for a sweet breakfast porridge or add uncooked millet to breads for a crunchy texture. Serve millet with a drizzle of olive oil, and a dash of salt and pepper in place of mashed potatoes for a delightful side that will enhance any meal.

The light flavor of millet grain allows it to be sweet or savory, which means the possibilities are endless! Luckily, we have developed some delicious recipes for millet to help get you started. Millet Spring Roll Salad combines all of the wonderful flavors of spring rolls without the effort of making them! Try serving Sweet Millet Congee with apples and bacon for your breakfast crowd and watch how quickly it disappears. Whip up these Spinach and Lemon Millet Arancini for your next party and bask in the praise for your culinary prowess. Plus, you can view our full millet nutrition facts in the tab above.

To Your Good Health

  • Gluten Free

    This gluten free product was handled exclusively in our dedicated gluten free facility and tested for gluten free integrity in our quality control laboratory using an ELISA Gluten Assay test.

  • Kosher

    As a continued commitment to the quality of the products we make and sell, all of Bob’s Red Mill products are certified Kosher by OK Kosher Certification of Brooklyn, New York.

  • Whole Grain

    This product is 100% whole grain. It includes all of the nutritious bran, germ and endosperm that whole grains offer.

  • Vegan

    All Bob’s Red Mill products are vegetarian. This product is also vegan, meaning it is made from plant-based ingredients and does not include eggs, dairy and honey.

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Very good
I have been making the coconut/fig/millet cereal from Power Grains. Planning on trying more recipes. As with most of these, the listed serving size is big, so if it says 2 servings, it is probably more like 3 or 4 servings. Millet is quite good, a nice mild flavor. Try the grits and flour also.
March 4, 2018
3 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Years and years
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
no gluten
In the kitchen, I am:
Not a Cook, but Trying
Cooking For:
My Family
I have hypermobility syndrome
Millet helps me to control my body fluids while helping me control yeast in my body.
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March 1, 2018
3 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
long time
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
potatoes avocado oil garlic onions millet oatmeal,
In the kitchen, I am:
Not a Cook, but Trying
Cooking For:
Great different grain
I have cooked this up as a breakfast dish with egg, nuts, and dates with cinnamon. Plus, I made a casserole with it. I suggest using more liquid in any baked dish made with this whole millet - it seems to soak it up big time.
February 14, 2018
3 months ago
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
The Plant Paradox diet
easy to make versatile grain and is very healthy as well.
February 2, 2018
5 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Vegan, Gluten Free, and numerous allergies
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
Such a beautiful product! Will continue to purchase this for sure!
December 21, 2017
6 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Gluten free certified
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
My Family
Good food
Quinoa and millet cook for about the same amount of time with the same grain to liquid ratio. When I figured this out and started mixing them millet turned into one of my favorite grains. The flavors compliment each other and they cook up really light and ‘fluffy’.
December 8, 2017
5 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
2000 (or longer)
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Vegetarian, no dairy, but I eat eggs
In the kitchen, I am:
Serious Home Cook
Cooking For:
Use it as morning cereal. Satisfying and I am not as hungry at noontime.
November 3, 2017
8 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
just started using it last month.
In the kitchen, I am:
Not a Cook, but Trying
Cooking For:
My Family
My GF cous cous alternative
The title says it all. Make it to go with Middle Eastern food or with or instead of rice
October 31, 2017
7 months ago
Bob's Red Mill Customer Since:
Dietary Preferences / Restrictions:
Kosher and gluten free/celiac
In the kitchen, I am:
Not a Cook, but Trying
Cooking For:
My Family
Millet in place of corn for making 'cornbread'
I have a severe sensitivity to corn - no corn on the cob, dextrose, etc. I love cornbread but it too is a no-no. If I use hulled millet, place it in the blender and blend it briefly so that it?s coarse (part will be whole, part fine flour and part in between), then use it straight across in the my recipe for cornmeal, I have a ?cornbread? that looks and tastes just like cornbread made with cornmeal. It fooled my family when I made it without telling them about the substitution.
October 14, 2015
Proso Millet
Answering the question from the above reviewer. These are the Proso variety of yellow/tan millet.
August 26, 2015
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supplies for self made grains and potatoes batch
DOUGLAS H on May 15, 2018
Part of my low-lectin diet.
Lynne L on May 14, 2018
supplies for self made grains and potatoes batch
DOUGLAS H on May 15, 2018
try something new!
Alice P on May 14, 2018
Part of my low-lectin diet.
Lynne L on May 14, 2018
Great for GF diet
Val S on May 13, 2018
Ingredient in my pizza crust recipe and not bad in some different breads.
Justin C on May 13, 2018
I've never eaten millet before but hear it is nutritious.
W Y on May 12, 2018
It becomes an alkaline when digested.
Alice L on May 12, 2018
The lady making the salad on facebook and it looked so good.
Barbara K on May 12, 2018
It is a light, versatile healthy option.
Cindy R on May 5, 2018
My childhood porridge... having nostalgia.
Yuliya B on May 3, 2018
use this in my coconut oil granola
Joann S on Apr 30, 2018
My doctor put me on Dr. Gundry's Plant Paradox diet. Millet and sorghum are the only grains allowed. They are hard to find in stores here.
Linda F on Apr 27, 2018
Suggested from Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Madeliene B on Apr 22, 2018
I read Dr. Gundrys' book Plant Paradox and learned that Millet and Sorghum did not have lectins and had resistant starch that break down fat and reduce fat storage.
Walter M on Apr 22, 2018
Adding to the bird feeding mix at our home in Atlanta, GA and Habersham County, GA.
Barbara R on Apr 15, 2018
Millet is a grain I'm familiar from my childhood, only that the ones we had was Red millet. Makes for a smart non-carb grain to have everyday.
Suma V on Apr 13, 2018
Healthy grain.
Kim H on Apr 11, 2018
I chose to buy Millet because it has magnesium which is good to prevent headaches and it is a mood calming grain.
Brayen F on Apr 1, 2018
Lectin free!
Sherry C on Mar 29, 2018
To try for the first time.
Alicia W on Mar 29, 2018
Quick-cooking whole grain, high in antioxidant activity and in magnesium, good as a side dish for dinner on busy nights
Evamarie P on Mar 28, 2018
AD H on Mar 25, 2018
Wished to try a whole grain replacement for potatoes and also to add to my steel cut oats for breakfast.
James M on Mar 19, 2018
I love millet. My supply was getting low, so I needed to restock.
Patricia K on Mar 15, 2018
Like it
Lloyd P on Mar 9, 2018
Like the texture and flavor. Great alternative to rice.
Milena H on Mar 9, 2018
for a blueberry muffin recipe and also a cornbread recipe I saw on YouTube.
Emmett B on Mar 9, 2018
Gluten free (Celiac) - exploring GF whole grains other than rice
Brianne C on Mar 9, 2018
make congee!
Lin Z on Mar 9, 2018
I use it in place of rice in many recipes; much higher in protein
Carol M on Mar 9, 2018
Great nutty taste
Kimberly C on Mar 3, 2018
just want to try
Dhani W on Mar 3, 2018
Nataraja A on Mar 3, 2018
for health
Anatoli E on Mar 2, 2018
Alternative for rice.
SILVIA B on Mar 2, 2018
Beginning a style of eating that has a limitation on starches.
Maureen H on Feb 27, 2018
I toss out a rounded measuring cup of this seed, covering my patio for the small ground-feeding birds. It is worth the expense to me because it does not germinate. In my experience, millet sprouts easily and takes over the area given half a chance. The plants are large and unattractive to me. I guess anyone who wants to cultivate it instead of buying seed should find it easy to grow. Just not so easy to get rid of if you change your mind!
Janice B on Feb 26, 2018
hard to find item
ANGLA M on Feb 25, 2018
Prepare Korean mixed grains rice
Mei N on Feb 25, 2018
childhood memory
KRZYSZTOF P on Feb 17, 2018
its good and good for us :)
Deborah G on Feb 15, 2018
ABBY P on Feb 7, 2018
Gluten free and want to see what it is like. Looking for healthier options than much that GF has to offer.
Joan M on Feb 5, 2018
Wife told me to...:)
Peter M on Feb 5, 2018
To add GF whole grain to diet.
Lorna R on Feb 5, 2018
To feed me as well as the birds
Adrienne K on Feb 4, 2018
I am a vegetarian and I am very well acquainted with this nutritious grain, My store in Spring Branch (HEB) no longer stocks it in their store.
Julia B on Feb 3, 2018
Now that we're mostly vegan, we need more variety in our grain selections.
Nina S on Jan 30, 2018
home grain mill
Sheryl M on Jan 27, 2018
It's delicious! Make your own millet flour too! This one is hard to find certified gluten free!
Shannon W on Jan 26, 2018
try something new!
Alice P on May 14, 2018
Great for GF diet
Val S on May 13, 2018
What farm do you guys source the millet from?
Michael T on Apr 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi! Our Millet is all grown in the USA, mainly in North Dakota and South Dakota.
Where is this millet made in?
A shopper on Jan 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This product is produced in the USA.
Where do you source your millet from?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: Our millet is sourced in the USA.
What type of millet is it? I heard that pearl millet can cause thyroid problems?
Alex D on Nov 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Our millet is known as Panicum Miliaceum or Proso.

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