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    Sounds awesome!

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    Sounds great - except I don't eat pork. Would those flavors go well with chicken do you think?

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    I think it would be lovely with chicken as well. Just can't cook it as long as the chicken tends to shred or cut the chicken into larger pieces.

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    who was it that had the baby and toddler cookbook? i'd love the apricot/coconut balls recipe! cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lienkie View Post
    who was it that had the baby and toddler cookbook? i'd love the apricot/coconut balls recipe! cheers!
    I just got mine, will post for you tonight

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    Here you go-

    Apricot and coconut balls

    50 g almonds
    200 g dried apricots
    1 tbsp freshly squeezed orange juice
    2 tbsp water
    70 g dessicated coconut , plus extra for rolling
    3 tbsp wheatgerm, as needed to bind
    1-2 tbsp maple syrup


    Preparation
    Apricot and coconut balls
    1.
    Place almonds into mixing bowl and mill 20 sec/speed 9.
    2.
    Add apricots and chop 10 sec/speed 8. Scrape down sides of bowl.
    3.
    Add orange juice and water and mix 5 sec/speed 2.
    Allow to soak for 1 minute.
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    Add coconut, wheatgerm and maple syrup and mix 25 sec/speed 7 or until well combined. Roll mixture into small balls and then roll in extra coconut.

    Tip
    Variation: To increase your toddler’s dietary variety, you might like to replace half of the apricots with dried figs. Like apricots, figs are a good source of iron.

    This recipe is from Thermomix Cooking for your Baby and Toddler. A cookbook filled with over 100 quick and easy Thermomix recipes, this book will help your child develop a taste for new flavours while providing the nutrients so crucially needed in the early years.It is available from our online store

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    Thanks so much atropos!

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    Just made the Apple, Banana & Macadamia cookies from the Toddler book. They were delicious! And for a biscuit, they are reasonably 'healthy'.

    DS1 loved the mixture (as did I)...when he thought I wasn't looking, he dragged the step ladder to the bench and starting eating the second batch raw! Ha
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    Let me know if the recipe pic isn't good enough and I'll type it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Just made the Apple, Banana & Macadamia cookies from the Toddler book. They were delicious! And for a biscuit, they are reasonably 'healthy'.

    DS1 loved the mixture (as did I)...when he thought I wasn't looking, he dragged the step ladder to the bench and starting eating the second batch raw! Ha
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    Let me know if the recipe pic isn't good enough and I'll type it out
    What an awesome pic pesca the oven looks warm the thermo in the background and your beautiful ds about to steal some batter haha such a warm and cute photo.

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    When I clicked on the recipe picture it was quite unclear... Don't know if anyone has the same... Would love the recipe

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