Easy Marshmallows: Honey Sweetened & All Natural - Quirky Cooking
The other day I decided I really should work out a Thermomix version of honey-sweetened marshmallows to share with my Quirky Cooking for Gut Health Program members for Easter. They’ve been asking for a GAPS-friendly marshmallow recipe for a while! I have made honey-sweetened marshmallows before, but the recipes weren’t designed for the Thermomix, and I […]
Ginger Kisses (Thermomix Method Included) - Mother Hubbard's Cupboard
Ginger kisses are one of my favourite biscuits to buy… I use to put them in the freezer, so they were nice and hard and eat them as slowly as I could… they were just so tasty. The other day I was at my local IGA and there they were. I had not seen them in […]
skinnymixer's Warming Porridge
I developed this grain free Warming Porridge recipe when I discovered that I was gluten intolerant. It immediately became apparent how restrictive my breakfast meal options would be without cereals and grains on the menu.
Green Smoothies & Boost Juices - Quirky Cooking
I’m sitting here with the kids and their cousins, watching ‘Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead’. I love how the kids are totally fascinated with the difference that freshly juiced fruits and veges can make to a person’s health and well-being. The first time we watched this, Miss C (9 yrs old) decided she wanted to start drinking green juices. Before […]
Thermomix Rainbow Smoothies | Sophia's Kitchen
These super colourful Thermomix rainbow smoothies come in all colours and flavours. Find your favourite for the best start to a day. They can be frozen and prepared for whenever you need them most. We all know this feeling of a satisfying breakfast. It is the perfect way to start to the day. A perfectly colourful and healthy smoothie cannot be missed to start your day in style. These super yummy Thermomix Rainbow Smoothies are designed to give you the choice of your favourite colour and…
Green Cashew Sauce
Use this vegan green cashew sauce as a topping for power bowls, dressing for salads, or simply as a spread on a toast. It is an alternative to dairy-based sauces made with mayonnaise and yogurt. And the best part is: It takes less than 10 minutes to whip it all up.