This recipe is similar to the millet cake recipe here except that the mixture do not contain eggs and it is not fried. With the recipe below you will form lots of Toddler Snack Balls about 50 pieces. You can froze them in batch – preferably in a zipped plastic bags. The trick to form this Toddler Snack Balls is to roll the cooked millet within your hand palm. Then refrigerate for 30 minutes until the balls are firm enough.
This Toddler Snack Balls can be ate cold which makes them a perfect picnic snack. There are also very yummy warm. In this case put the Toddler Snack Balls in the microwave for 15 seconds. This Toddler Snack Balls are made with hulled millet which is a perfect ingredient for mummy as it is cooked quickly – about 8 minutes in boiling water. If you are looking for a crispier outside warm them 20 minutes in the oven at 160 C.
It makes a perfect on-the-go snack for kids and you can flavoured this Toddler Snack Balls with any vegetables you like. This recipe is made with the sun-dried tomatoes but it is also possible to use grated vegetables like zucchini or carrots as an alternative. In this case cook the grated vegetables in boiling water for 5 minutes, drain and incorporate in the millet mixture. This Toddler Snack Balls have been tested and approved by a 17 month baby girl!