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24 comments to “Ricotta Millet Pudding”

  1. This looks beautiful, Tim. I love the name of the book—and have never heard of it! Off to google Ancient Grains…

  2. This is so interesting! It would never occur to me to substitute a different grain in rice pudding.

  3. I had no idea that Bryan designed Floriole’s new site. Love!
    Um, power couple.

  4. I love millet so much more than quinoa, so I’m all over this! It looks beautiful and rich and I’d love this for breakfast.

  5. Yuuuum. I have been so into tapioca lately (with coconut milk!) and am seeking my rice-pudding nirvana too. Maybe this is it! Thanks for sharing Tim.

  6. Oh that looks perfect with the raspberry compote. It brings back memories of rice pudding with raspberry jam – but this is a very refined grown-up version! I must try it!

  7. Sign me up for the cult anyday…one of my favorite baking books of all time. And a good reminder, actually, because I haven’t cracked it open in awhile. (and congrats to Bryan–lovely website)

  8. This is just in time for Easter…perfect!

  9. I just bought my first millet bag after a recipe of Heidi Swanson’s, and now you post this! perfect timing. I love that people seem to be more and more converting to whole grains and sweeteners. It takes baking off from ‘special occasions’ and more to daily life for me. Great book suggestion, thanks!

  10. This looks comforting and delicious. I love rice pudding, and I’ve been enjoying millet quite a bit lately, so this looks like a winning combo!

  11. love to learn…thanks for the intro to maria speck.
    bryan rocks…floriole”s site is a vision of beauty … love the design & layout ( & of course your photos, tim! ).

  12. I’m a huge millet fan. I stir it into homemade wheat bread and the crunchiness is addicting. I’ve tried savory recipes for it , such as millet fried rice (101cookbooks) and lately I’ve been making polenta using millet. But I haven’t tackled desserts yet, so thanks for this!

  13. This looks delicious! I made Heidi’s Millet Muffins a few weeks ago, and loved the taste and texture of the millet- I even have that half-empty bag still sitting in my pantry. The book sounds super interesting :)

  14. I love rice pudding, but this sounds and looks even better. I have been curious about millet for awhile. Looks like it is time to try it out. Wow…Floriole’swebsite is beautiful. Great pics. So classy looking, just like Floriole! Can’t wait to find out about the spring dinner. I must get tickets this time.

  15. Sandra Holl says:

    April 21st, 2011 at 5:52 pm

    Tim this looks amazing and I’m wondering if we can work it into the next menu somehow.
    Thanks to both you and Bryan for making the Floriole website so awesome!

  16. I totally agree, after peeking through Kim’s book I got in the habit of taking whole grains seriously. My baking has transformed and I am proud of the direction it is going, grains are wonderful and add so much flavor and texture.

  17. Oh my, that is not only beautiful, but you’re telling me its good for me too?! This cannot be true! I cannot wait to make my own and dig into that lush creamy heaven.

    PS I definitely will have to stop by Floriole soon. I am a Chicago native and have been following your blog for some time. The website looks fabulous!

  18. Well, Stephanie, “good for you” might be a stretch– but it is definitely better for you.

  19. Is it weird that I’m so enchanted with the millet photo? It’s so pretty with those little yellow orbs. Excited to try this with a sheep’s milk ricotta that’s sometimes available at one of our local farmer’s markets. Tell Bryan the Floriole website looks great! And I love that L+D inspired Floriole’s mac & cheese dish.

  20. It’s always fun to make thebfamiliar with an ingredient that gets people talking. I’m looking forward to making this.

  21. Love that there is ricotta in this pudding. I must get my hands on that book – sounds amazing!!

  22. This does look and sound awesome! I think cherry sauce would work equally well.

  23. This looks so good, and right up my alley as I am deep in a ricotta phase (and am always in a pudding phase!) Perhaps a version with rhubarb compote? Gorgeous site, thanks! I’m looking forward to checking out the book, too.

  24. I just tried this, and it was delicious! I think I would reduce the heavy cream to 1/3 cup next time, I thought it kind of overwhelmed everything else…but that’s just me! And I will definitely be making it again :)