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Lemon Friands by missy82. A Thermomix <sup>®</sup> recipe in the category Baking - sweet on www.recipecommunity.com.au, the Thermomix <sup>®</sup> Community.

Lemon Friands by missy82. A Thermomix <sup>®</sup> recipe in the category Baking - sweet on www.recipecommunity.com.au, the Thermomix <sup>®</sup> Community.

pizza sauce

pizza sauce

spelt apple tarts

spelt apple tarts - Louise Keats

Despite looking rather impressive, these lovely apple tarts couldn’t be simpler to prepare. The trick is to buy a high quality spelt puff pastry – I use Careme brand because it’s made with butter instead of refined vegetable oils. The apricot glaze gives a lovely shiny finish.

Quirky Cooking Quinoa Salad, Thermomix Style! Super easy to make and you cook everything in one go using the varoma.

Quinoa Salad, Thermomix Style! - Quirky Cooking

Summer. The weather’s so hot, the last thing you feel like doing is slaving over a hot stove, cooking. Green smoothie for dinner? Hmmm, don’t know about the guys in your house, but mine wouldn’t be too happy. What to do? Quinoa Salad! It doesn’t take a lot of effort (especially with the Thermomix), you can […]

Paleo style banana bread is something I make for my eldest child to take to school in his lunch. I try to keep him off grains as much as possible, so this banana bread which is grain free and sugar free is the perfect solution. The almond flour and eggs that it's made with give it…

Make paleo banana bread in your thermomix.

Paleo style banana bread is something I make for my eldest child to take to school in his lunch. I try to keep him off grains as much as possible, so this banana bread which is grain free and sugar free is the perfect solution. The almond flour and eggs

These yummy little treat balls are a firm favourite at our house – the kids love snacking on them for morning tea, and they are quite …

Raw Cacao Treat Balls - Quirky Cooking

These yummy little treat balls are a firm favourite at our house – the kids love snacking on them for morning tea, and they are quite filling. I love to use cacao powder in raw recipes, as it has so much more goodness than cocoa. It’s a bit like the difference between Rapadura and refined […]

Chocolate Banana-Nut Ice-Cream - Quirky CookingQuirky Cooking

Chocolate Banana-Nut Ice-Cream - Quirky Cooking

Here’s an ice-cream recipe that is very quick and won’t make you feel guilty!!! It’s so healthy you can even eat if for breakfast – we do! It’s a great way to get the kids out of bed on a school day – just yell, ‘Chocolate ice-cream for breakfast!’ and they’ll come running. […]

Quirky Cooking raw chocolate - Ingredients 200g raw cacao butter (eg. Loving Earth Raw Cacao Butter) 50-60g raw cacao powder (or to taste) 100g raw honey or pure maple syrup or rice malt syrup 1 tsp vanilla bean paste or natural extract 1/8 tsp fine sea salt

Dairy Free Raw Chocolate - Quirky Cooking

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You may have noticed I’m a bit of a chocolate addict – good chocolate, that is, not the cheap ‘chocolate-flavoured’ stuff – I love REAL chocolate, with cacao butter and 70% organic cocoa and natural sweeteners. As I mentioned in my first post about making my own chocolate, I really try and avoid refined sugar, […]

Quirky Cooking: gluten and dairy free quinoa banana porridge

Do you make carrot cake ‘from scratch’, the old fashioned way? Do you end up with a big mess? Carrot peels in the sink, bits …

One Bowl Thermomix Carrot Cake! {gluten free, dairy free} - Quirky Cooking

Do you make carrot cake ‘from scratch’, the old fashioned way? Do you end up with a big mess? Carrot peels in the sink, bits of grated carrot sticking to the grater and scattered over the counter, a chopping board covered in bits of walnuts and pineapple, a bowl for the wet ingredients, goop […]

How to Make Your Own Halloumi, with Step by Step Photos!

How to Make Your Own Halloumi, with Step by Step Photos! - Quirky Cooking

Guest blog by Arwen’s Thermo Pics I’m super duper excited to share this blog post with you! Last year I met a gorgeous lady in Hobart while down there for some Quirky Cooking seminars. We share a love for good food, the Thermomix, and food photography. Oh, and halloumi cheese. Yep, halloumi is high […]

Recipe Yoghurt - Thick Creamy Greek Style Yoghurt by sue2194 - Recipe of category Basics

Recipe Yoghurt - Thick Creamy Greek Style Yoghurt by sue2194 - Recipe of category Basics

Almond Milk - Thermomix Recipe. Photo by Ex-Pat Mama

Almond Milk - Thermomix Recipe Recipe - Food.com

Making your own almond milk is simple in the Thermomix - no added sugar, no added salt, no added nothing.

How to make Haloumi, Quirky Cooking

How to Make Your Own Halloumi, with Step by Step Photos! - Quirky Cooking

Guest blog by Arwen’s Thermo Pics I’m super duper excited to share this blog post with you! Last year I met a gorgeous lady in Hobart while down there for some Quirky Cooking seminars. We share a love for good food, the Thermomix, and food photography. Oh, and halloumi cheese. Yep, halloumi is high […]

Quirky Cooking: Quinoa Salad, Thermomix Style!

Quinoa Salad, Thermomix Style! - Quirky Cooking

Summer. The weather’s so hot, the last thing you feel like doing is slaving over a hot stove, cooking. Green smoothie for dinner? Hmmm, don’t know about the guys in your house, but mine wouldn’t be too happy. What to do? Quinoa Salad! It doesn’t take a lot of effort (especially with the Thermomix), you can […]

Homemade butter tastes so much better than bought butter! Most bought butters have additives and preservatives in them, some have colours, and non-organic butters also contain …

Making Spreadable Butter in the Thermomix - Quirky Cooking

I love being able to make my own butter and butter spreads! Most bought butter spreads have additives, preservatives and colours in them, and often contain vegetable oils. By using a good quality pure cream to make your own butter, then adding a good quality oil, you can have a delicious butter spread that’s […]