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Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe

By Hemapriya Natesan @MyLittleMoppet

When you think of Ragi, most of us are likely to think of squishy baby porridge. However, Ragi is much more than that! There are so many things you can make with Ragi, like cookies, laddus and even buttermilk!

Nutritional Benefits of Ragi

  • Highest concentration of anti-oxidants and phenolic content among all other millets and grains
  • Richest source of calcium and iron among plant foods
  • Excellent food for growing children
  • Builds strong bones
  • Curbs excessive weight gain
  • Maintains healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels

While ragi has all these benefits, there is a way to increase them - by sprouting. Sprouted ragi has a higher bio-availability of iron and is easier to digest, even by little kids. Today we have a drink that uses sprouted ragi malt that has the best of sprouted ragi and almonds - a quick and easy sprouted ragi malt recipe for kids and adults!

Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe

Ingredients:

Method:

1. Heat milk in a saucepan. Once it boils, turn off the heat.

Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe

2. In a cup add ragi malt and jaggery.

Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe

3. Pour the hot milk into the cup. Stir well and serve.

Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe
Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe

This is a great drink for the rainy season, especially when kids' appetites fall due to cold and flu. However, you can chill this and use it as a summer drink as well. The best part is that there is no added sugar in this drink; it's sweetened naturally with jaggery and flavored with cardamom. So now you have a sugar-free drink that is yummy and healthy for the whole family!

Quick and Easy Sprouted Ragi Malt Recipe

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