Lemon Cake Balls (no bake). Condensed milk, crushed biscuits, coconut and lemon – a match made in heaven. These balls are easy to make whether you have a Thermomix, food processor or do it by hand. They are great to keep in the freezer for when unexpected guests pop around or you just need something sweet to get you through the afternoon. I can’t get enough of these things!
My 4 year old loves the little mini fruit balls you can buy from the fruit and vegetable section of the supermarket. Pity they cost and arm and a leg to buy and are filled with all sorts of nasties. Now we don't have the most perfect diet in the world but if I can
Here is a list of frequently used Thermomix Reference Tips that I use often. I have it printed out and stuck to the inside of my pantry door. I find it quicker to refer to this rather then flick through the Every Day Cookbook (EDC) if I am not following any particular recipe. The other list I …
Easy Peezy Pikelets made in Thermomix. Low in sugar and now my 9 year old cooks them. Happy days! Pin now, cook now. Also on my recipe app. Finally an app made for you to store all of your recipe collection. Its free and its sleek and easy, try it here for free: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/hipcook/id651937399
Thermomix Tomato Paste 1.5kg of very ripe, red tomatoes. (It might be less, depending on what will fit into the bowl!) 1 tablespoon of sugar I teaspoon of rock salt 1 tablespoon of olive oil 2 bay leaves