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    Pesca did you use nuttelex and a dairy free milk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Pesca did you use nuttelex and a dairy free milk?
    Yes - Nuttelex & oat milk I can imagine how much more buttery and lovely they would be with real butter!

    Update: they are devine and oh so moist due to the apple & banana.

    I'll type out the recipe once bub asleep
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    Apple, Banana & Macadamia Cookies

    (Egg free, can also be dairy free)

    80g macadamia nuts
    1 apple (unpeeled), cored, roughly chopped
    130g butter, roughly chopped
    60g brown sugar
    1 banana, peeled, roughly chopped
    30g milk
    80g s/r flour
    110g wholemeal s/r flour
    100g rolled oats
    1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, plus extra

    Preheat oven to 180C, line baking trays

    Place macadamia nuts in bowl & chop 2 secs/speed 6. Set aside.

    Place apple in bowl and chop 2 secs/speed 6. Set aside with nuts.

    Place butter and sugar in bowl and mix 5 secs/speed 4-5.

    Add banana and milk, mix 10secs/speed 4.

    Add all remaining ingredients, including reserved nuts & apple. Mix 5-10secs / speed 4. Scrape down sides and repeat.

    Place heaped teaspoons on trays, shape in to flattened balls with slightly wet hands. Dust lightly with cinnamon, bake 15-20mins or until golden brown.

    Suitable for freezing (if they last).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Yes - Nuttelex & oat milk I can imagine how much more buttery and lovely they would be with real butter!

    Update: they are devine and oh so moist due to the apple & banana.

    I'll type out the recipe once bub asleep
    Great! We would be doing the same. Do you know you can make oat milk in the thernie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Great! We would be doing the same. Do you know you can make oat milk in the thernie?
    Yes but haven't tried it yet! Have you?

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    I love my Thermo, just took him camping for 3 weeks because I can't live without him.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Yes but haven't tried it yet! Have you?
    Yep! Easy as! DS only drinks it if I pour it into an empty oat milk carton though.

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    Feeling a bit disillusioned. just made Thai red curry from edc. It's incredibly bitter from the limes.
    Having great success with sweets etc- everything working out great. Butter, yoghurt etc all good too.

    savories/mains I'm only managing 50:50 on good edible meals and still haven't found one that knocks Dh's socks off enough that he's fully excited about the purchase.

    Any suggestions for "wow!" Mains? Dh eats low carb- bug if its served with potato or rice, I throw his over steamed veggies
    Last edited by babybabycakes; 20-07-2013 at 19:58. Reason: iPhone auto correct fails

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Yep! Easy as! DS only drinks it if I pour it into an empty oat milk carton though.
    Cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    Feeling a bit disillusioned. just made Thai red curry from edc. It's incredibly bitter from the limes.
    Having great success with sweets etc- everything working out great. Butter, yoghurt etc all good too.

    savories/mains I'm only managing 50:50 on good edible meals and still haven't found one that knocks Dh's socks off enough that he's fully excited about the purchase.

    Any suggestions for "wow!" Mains? Dh eats low carb- bug if its served with potato or rice, I throw his over steamed egg use.
    I really like the easy coconut chicken curry, chicken velouté (which I am making tonight), garlic prawn risotto, quirky cooking cashew satay chicken... I guess a lot of these have carbs so might be a bit difficult to make low carb.

    Which meals have you enjoyed?

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