Gluten-free, nutritionally dense, and deliciously versatile, these incredible sorghum recipes are perfect for beginners and master chefs alike.
So even if you’ve never cooked with it before, it’s a great alternative to rice and other grains you really should try.
Also known as Indian millet, sorghum is an environmentally responsible and sustainable crop.
It’s also fully loaded with B vitamins, potassium, magnesium, iron, fiber, antioxidants, and protein.
And from breakfast to dinner and everything in between, these fantastic sorghum recipes are guaranteed to leave you feeling full and happy.
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get cooking!
How to Cook Sorghum
Sorghum flour is a type of gluten-free flour you can use in all kinds of baked goods.
And this banana bread is the best way to use up those spotty bananas.
The recipe is simple, and the results are delicious. Moist and flavorful, with a hint of sweetness from the bananas, this gluten-free recipe is as good as it gets.
Looking for a cookie recipe that’s a little bit different? Try these!
The unique flavor of the sorghum syrup pairs flawlessly with the sweetness of the cookies. Plus, that crinkle texture is irresistible.
The straightforward cookie dough is infused with sticky syrup that’s a lot like molasses, only sweeter.
You’ll also add cinnamon, cloves, and ginger, so they’re ideal for fall.
The cake is moist and fluffy, with a hint of cinnamon flavor. Meanwhile, the sauce is rich and creamy, with a touch of sweetness.
Together, they create a delicious and unique flavor combination that’s sure to please.
Serve this with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Yum!
Veggie cakes are all the rage these days, and for a good reason – they’re delicious, healthy, and versatile.
The subtle sweetness of the carrots pairs wonderfully with the earthy sorghum, and the Indian spices give the whole dish a real kick.
Plus, they’re super easy to make and can be served as a main course or a side dish.
Who doesn’t love a good slow cooker recipe? They’re effortless and always turn out delicious.
And this sorghum recipe is no exception.
It’s like a thicker, chewier rice pudding. Full of sweet sorghum syrup, nuts, and berries, it’s absolutely irresistible.
I like to serve it with some pear or chia jam. Delish!
Tabouli is a Middle Eastern dish traditionally made with bulgur wheat, tomatoes, and fresh herbs.
As you might’ve guessed, sorghum tabouli is a delicious twist on the classic recipe, using sorghum instead of bulgur.
The result is a light and refreshing salad that’s perfect for a summer picnic. For a finishing touch, drizzle with olive oil and serve with pita bread.
Forget about wheat, barley, and rye because sorghum is the new hot grain on the block.
And this gluten-free pizza recipe is the perfect way to show it off.
The deep, nutty flavor of sorghum pairs beautifully with sharp cheese and savory toppings.
The thin, crispy crust is guaranteed to satisfy even avid pizza aficionados.
Who says gluten-free has to be taste-free? These Krispy Kreme copycat donuts are light, fluffy, and full of flavor.
They’re best served with a cup of coffee or tea but are also great with a glass of cold milk.
If you’re feeling really indulgent, you can even top them with a dollop of whipped cream or your favorite icing.
Gluten-free pumpkin bread is the perfect fall treat – and it’s so easy to make!
The spices give it a warm, rich flavor, and the pumpkin ensures every bite is tender and tasty.
Serve it with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkling of cinnamon. Or go the extra mile and slather it with cream cheese frosting!
Flavorful and filling, these vegan sorghum grain bowls are super hearty.
You’ll love the texture of the sorghum with the vegetables, which add a touch of sweetness and crunch.
For a lighter and healthier version, serve it with a simple green salad.
Or make them even more filling with some protein. Chicken, shrimp, or tofu are my go-to’s.
This unique salad is full of flavor and fun texture, making it a perfect side dish for any meal.
The roasted sweet potatoes and sorghum add a slight sweetness to the dish, while the chipotle powder gives it a smoky kick.
You’ll also add fresh cilantro and lime juice to brighten up the flavors. Delish!
This dish is bursting with flavor and can be easily tailored to vegan, gluten-free, and paleo diets.
The cranberries provide a tartness that’s balanced by the sweet sorghum and zippy ginger.
And while I don’t think “salad” is the right name, I can’t think of a better one.
The mix of grains, spices, fruits, scallions, veggie stock, and maple syrup is pretty unique. But it’s one you just have to try!
Here’s another salad-that’s-not-a-salad, but again, there’s no better name, so we’ll stick with it.
And no matter what you call it, this dish is tasty, fresh, and full of healthy ingredients.
The combination of chickpeas, sorghum, and mint provides a hearty base.
Meanwhile, the dried pomegranate and olives ensure every bite is fun and chewy.
You haven’t lived until you’ve tried these cinnamon rolls!
Made with a delicious sorghum flour dough, they’re soft, fluffy, and jam-packed with cinnamon flavor.
The best part is that they are completely vegan and gluten-free, so everyone can enjoy them.
It’s easier than you think to make pancakes gluten-free. That said, you can’t just swap out all-purpose flour for any old gluten-free alternative.
So be sure to find a recipe that’s been tested – like this one!
These babies are light and fluffy, with a hint of sweetness from sorghum flour.
Serve them with your favorite toppings for a delicious breakfast or brunch.
Delicious, healthy, and hearty, this chickpea meal is perfect for winter.
From the protein-rich chickpeas and sorghum to the Brussels sprouts and spices, it’s so flavor-packed and filling, you won’t miss the meat.
Serve it with some feta cheese and a dollop of yogurt. Yummy!
Roasted asparagus, spices, and sorghum may sound simple, but this dish is beyond scrumptious.
The asparagus is roasted to perfection, and the pilaf is overflowing with flavor.
Meanwhile, the sorghum adds a touch of sweetness that takes this dish to the next level.
Oh, and the black pepper dressing is so good, you’ll want it on everything!
Korean multigrain rice (japgokbap) is a delicious and nutritious dish made with a mix of steamed white rice and grains.
The most common grains are brown rice, barley, millet, and sorghum, but you can use any combination you like.
You can also add vegetables, meat, or egg to the dish. So feel free to make it your own!
Soft pretzels are a classic snack beloved by kids and adults alike. But for those with gluten sensitivities, they’re usually off-limits.
Fortunately, this gluten-free recipe for soft pretzels makes it possible for everyone to enjoy this delicious treat.
They’re crispy on the outside and soft in the middle. Make a big batch and watch them vanish!
Sweet corn, earthy sorghum, smoky poblanos, and sharp goat cheese come together in this flavorful stuffed pepper recipe.
It’s just the right amount of sweet, smoky, savory, spicy, and tangy.
Can’t find poblanos? Just use regular bell peppers. It won’t have that smoky heat, but it’ll still be delish!
There’s nothing quite like the smell of freshly baked bread wafting through the kitchen.
And when that bread is soft and fluffy like this sorghum bread, the mouthwatering aroma is even more intoxicating.
This delicious quick bread is delightfully nutty with a slightly chewy texture. Serve it with salty ham and cream cheese.
These double chocolate fudge brownies are so decadent, you’ll want to eat the whole pan on your own!
They’re made with rich cocoa powder and have a gooey fudge center that’ll make you weak in the knees.
Best served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, they’re even better with a drizzle of salted caramel or chocolate sauce.
Sorghum flour is a great gluten-free alternative to wheat flour, and these banana muffins are the perfect way to show it off.
They’re light and fluffy with wonderful banana sweetness.
Add some mini chocolate chips and chopped nuts for texture, and they’re even more scrummy.
Sorghum cornbread – otherwise known as the best cornbread you’ll ever have – is sweet, tender, and simply irresistible.
It’s seriously so soft, it’s like biting into a cloud!
You’ll use a mix of cornmeal and sorghum, so it’s still got that signature taste, but it’s also just a little nutty.
This pasta is a delicious and healthy alternative to traditional wheat pasta.
Made from sorghum flour, it is naturally gluten-free and high in fiber. It also has a light, delicate flavor that pairs well with both light and heavy sauces.
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