Powerhouse Ancient Grain
This plant-based grain has stood the test of time. As consumer demand for versatile, healthy, and sustainable grains rises, sorghum's popularity is seeing a resurgence. Sorghum is non-GMO and gluten-free, making it a perfect grain for those with gluten sensitivities or intolerances.
Sorghum contains 10% protein, nearly 75% complex carbohydrates and is rich in vitamins B6, which helps you feel fuller longer and powers you through your day. It provides an excellent source or dietary fiber, which greatly improved digestive health, and is high in potassium and low in sodium which promotes healthy blood pressure.
Get Cooking with Sorghum
Sorghum comes in a wide variety of forms, ranging from whole grain to flour to syrup. You can use sorghum grains in cooked dishes, as a salad garnish or in granola snacks. Sorghum flour can be used for baked goods like pies or cookies while sorghum syrup can be poured over breakfast waffles. Love popcorn? Try popping sorghum in the microwave or on the stove for a health snack.
Sorghum grains can be prepared like rice, quinoa, or other whole grains. You can cook sorghum using your stovetop, slow cooker, oven, or rice cooker. Whole grain sorghum adds a hearty, nutty flavor to your favorite recipes.