Gluten Free Cranberry and Pistachio Balls

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Thermomix GF Cranberry Pistachio Balls

A healthy alternative to traditional White Christmas. An easy gluten free, dairy free Thermomix® recipe plus delicious to boot. 150 g desiccated coconut 120 g macadamias 50 g coconut oil 2 tbsp honey 1 tsp vanilla essence 40 g natural pistachios 40 g dried cranberries Extra desiccated coconut to roll balls in Chop the coconut,… Read more »

Chocolate Mint Bark

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Thermomix Chocolate Mint Bark

Have you got some extra candy canes? This is a wonderful to way to use them up…a grown up “candy cane” made easily an Thermomix®. Ingredients: 60 g mint flavoured candy canes 250 g dark chocolate broken into pieces Method: Place candy canes in TM bowl Crush for 10secs / speed 5, set aside Place chocolate… Read more »

White Christmas

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Thermomix White Christmas

Get your Christmas on with our White Christmas recipe and your Thermomix®.   Ingredients: 60g almonds 100g red glace cherries 60g sultanas 60g dried apricots 60g dried cranberries 500g block white chocolate (or melts) 50g rice bubbles 90g desiccated coconut 1sp vanilla extract Method: Line a 20cm x 30cm (base) baking pan with baking paper… Read more »

Raspberry White Chocolate and Almond Trifle

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Thermomix Raspberry White Chocolate and Almond Trifle

Lying halfway between a tiramisu and trifle, this is a delicious combination of coffee, white chocolate, raspberries and almonds. Perfect for Christmas lunch and easy with your Thermomix®. Just remember to not over whip the cream. 200g slivered almonds 350g black coffee 200g Pedro Ximenez sherry 400g sponge finger biscuits 200g white chocolate 700g heavy… Read more »

Fruit Mince Brownies

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These brownies are just right for Christmas with the addition of fruit mince. The fruit mince helps make them moist and full flavoured. They are so yummy…. Ingredients: 100g toasted walnuts 200g good quality dark chocolate (70%) 300g brown sugar 250g unsalted butter 4 eggs 200g plain flour ¼ teaspoon baking powder 40g cocoa (plus… Read more »

Rendered Pork Fat

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Make you own lard by rendering pork fat in your Thermomix. There are occasions when you’re cooking that nothing can surpass rendered pork fat. You’ll be amazed at how much more flavourful your meals are when cooked in pork fat. I use pork fatback which is firm and white, and readily available from your butcher… Read more »

Whole30 Almond and Chia Seed Porridge

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Whole30 Almond and Chia Seed Porridge I’m not real keen on eggs for breakfast and prefer something lighter to start the day. This Almond and Chia Seed porridge is delicious hot or cold and Whole30 compliant. Top with fresh or frozen fruit, nuts or coconut cream. 100g raw almonds 600g water 100g chia seeds Mill… Read more »

Gluten Free Peanut Butter & Choc Chip Cookies

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200g almonds 200g butter, room temperature 100g peanut butter 200g brown sugar 200g potato flour 2 eggs 125g choc chips Preheat oven to 200°C. Line 2 baking trays with TM Essentials Non Stick Silicone Mats or baking paper. Grind almonds at Speed 10 for 15 seconds. Add remaining ingredients except choc chips. Mix at Speed… Read more »


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Making your own ghee couldn’t be easier with the Thermomix. While ghee is the preferred fat for Indian cooking, it is perfect for adding to mashed potato and using for general frying. It has a high burn point and is dairy free. Making your own ghee is less than 1/3 price than ghee from the… Read more »

12 Super Ice Cream and Sorbet Recipes

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This collection of ice creams and sorbets are the best way to cool off on hot days – or if you are as much as an ice cream fan as me – anytime. So why not make some homemade desserts with your Thermomix? The Tovolo Glide a Scoop Ice Cream Tub is perfect for storing… Read more »