Millet Tots an Alternative to Tater Tots

Natural foods grocers now carrying this Colorado product.

RollinGreens-lo9goBack in 2011, I wrote a feature on millet for edibleFront Range, a magazine that appears to be on permanent hiatus. I had a hard time finding millet for human consumption, either in restaurants or in products other than as one of the ingredients in multi-grain breads and other baked goods.

If I were writing that now, I would highlight RollinGreens’ packaged Millet Tots. This version of tater tots, made with an ancient seed, are small, crispy bites that are organic, gluten-free, vegan, non-GMO and soy-free. The product is now available in the frozen food sections of Whole Foods Rocky Mountain Region, Natural Grocers, Lucky’s Market, Alfalfa’s Market and independents throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.

Millet Tots debuted in May 2015, but a recent E-mail from Lindsey Cunningham, who runs it with her chef-husband, Ryan,  is the first time I was aware of them. RollinGreens started out as a Boulder mobile food truck  and catering service (hence the name). Its packaged product line features a variety of frozen handheld bites that are organic, nutritious and innovative. Pop  frozen Millet Tots into the oven for 15 to 17 minutes or until crispy and thoroughly heated.  The first type is made with sea salt, and two new flavors are set to launch in September 2016.

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