How to Make Coconut Flour - Holistically Engineered
This content will be shown before all postHave you ever wanted to learn how to make coconut flour? The other day I showed you how easy it is to make homemade coconut milk (check it out here if you missed it) without any guar gum or other added preservatives. After making the coconut milk, the... Read More »
How to Make Nutella
Have you always wanted to make your own Nutella at home? If so, this interesting infographic above should get you on the right track. Let's just say that the main ingredients are hazelnuts, cocoa powder, and sugar. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading
Thermomix GINGER BEEF & BROCCOLI STIR FRY
Thermomix GINGER BEEF & BROCCOLI STIR FRY recipe: Try this Thermomix GINGER BEEF & BROCCOLI STIR FRY recipe, or contribute your own.
Chocolate Brownies with Thermomix
Are you looking for a easy-to-eat dessert to offer to your guests? You must try this chocolate brownies , a simple and easy-to-make recipe to be serv…
Easy Spinach and Ricotta Rolls - Create Bake Make
These Spinach and Ricotta Rolls make the perfect easy snack or dinner and best of all they are freezer friendly. Both Conventional and Thermomix instructions included.
Kale and Basil Pesto | Crate&Kids Blog
I never got on the kale bandwagon. I tried to like kale, but failed miserably in the past. Even kale chips didn’t impress me. The other week my fears came true – our CSA share included quite a large bunch of kale. What to do? I didn’t want to waste it, so I scoured the …
Varoma Steamed Asparagus Bundles (with Hollandaise) - Thermomix Super Kitchen Machine |
It's spring in the northern hemisphere and fresh local asparagus is everywhere! Why not bundle these into the Thermomix Varoma -- controlled steaming retains nutrients while enhancing texture, flavour, and that gorgeous green goodness we love so much.
Blog • Make It Perfect
I have a couple more Raglan Twist Tops to share with you today! And this isn’t the end of it…I’ve got 10 hanging in my wardrobe! These are two of the first Raglan Twist Tops I made and they have been perfect for cool weather wear. The mustard and white striped fabric is this french terry from fabric.com. It’s a poly-cotton blend so I didn’t expect it to be very nice, but it is actually a decent fabric. Has pilled a little under the arms after a month or so of wearing but not too bad. I’ve…
Barbecue Sauce - Quirky Cooking
Homemade barbecue sauce has so much more flavour than bought sauce. And I love that it doesn’t have to be full of sugar and additives. I often use the cherry tomatoes that grow wild in our backyard – a cheaper and healthier alternative to bought barbecue sauce! This recipe is delicious on steak or chicken, or poured over meat and slow-cooked. If […]
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 […]