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  1. @gfreefun

    Great recipe. I can't wait to try it. I never thought to put millet into a cake-like form.

  2. Iris

    Looks delicious! I've been looking for ways to have more variety with my grains, so this recipe sounds great!

  3. ThePalatePeacemaker

    Anything with "millet" and "cake" in the title has my undivided attention and unconditional love. I can't wait to try this! Thanks, Brittany!
    xo
    Desi

  4. Susan

    These look really yummy! I really want to try these but I'm trying to stay yeast free because of a previous systemic yeast infection. Will nutritional yeast cause me problems and is there something I can use instead of it?

    1. Tabitha

      Bragg's Nutritional yeast says: no Candida Albicans yeast or brewery by-products as in brewer's yeast. It has not caused me any issues. Dairy, sweets, and grains tend to cause flare ups. HTH

  5. Kathleen

    Hi Brittany, These look so delicious! I cannot wait to make them for my family and me! My oldest daughter is not able to eat white potatoes. It seems to be an alternative in so many of my own gluten free foods and recipes I make for myself. Can you please tell me how I can adjust those recipes that call for white potato ingredients such as potato flour or starch? Thank you!

  6. Danielle

    Can you provide a substitute for nutritional yeast (vegan)? I have millet flour on hand, will that suffice?

    1. Tabitha

      Bragg Nutrional Yeast is vegetarian and also specifies no animal derivatives are used in the product.

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