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Millet cookies, raw gingerbread-cheesecake balls

Enjoy millet completely and prepare a healthy snack when you have a craving for something sweet. Our of our favourite universal choices are gingerbread-cheesecake balls.


(ca 20 servings of a walnut size)

Light layer

•    3/4 glass of millet
•    3/4 l milk (dairy or vegetable) + 2 tbs
•    250 g of cream cheese
•    4-5 tbs sugar or birch sugar

Dark layer

•    ca. 250-300 g gingerbread, chocolate cake
     or other cake, can even be a light cake with
     a spoonful of cocoa added
•    two, three tbs of jam or preserve


•    few, a dozen or so of California plums
•    two glasses of favourite alcohol
     (amaretto, rum, or vodka or spirits )
•    you can replace plums with hazelnuts
•    about a glass of chopped walnuts for topping


Roast millet for 2-3 minutes in a hot pan. Flush it with hot water on a sieve so that it loses the dry flavour. Add milk and cook until soft (ca. 20 minutes). If it absorbs the milk quickly, add a little hot water so that it completely soaks. Set it aside because hot millet blunts the blender's blade. Add cream cheese to the millet in a bowl, add two tbs of milk, sugar and blend until smooth. You can add more sugar if it's not sweet enough. If the mixture is thick and difficult to blend, add additional tbs of milk.

Crush gingerbread or other cake into pieces, add one-two spoonfuls of jam or preservative (if it's thick - more, if soft - less). Process until smooth. Shape the small cookies, put a plum or walnut on each cookie, and roll into balls. Top each ball with the cheese-millet mixture. Shape into even balls then top with chopped walnuts. Place into the fridge to cool down.