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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Oh wow. What type of flour did you use? I find mine is quite thick but if you want more of a pouring consistency you can add about 25 g if flour instead
    Just used cornflour because that's what I always use for custard......I only used 30g........random right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummtime101 View Post
    It was super thick. I put it in a bowl and when I went to throw it out it came out the shape of the bowl like a mold....
    Try it again but turn it off slightly earlier. If you actually watch custard cooking for the last part, it's amazing how much it thickens in 30secs-1min at the end!

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    Subbing!

    Made poached eggs for lunch in thermy anddd my protein shake this morning.

    The plan is to make cinnamon scrolls next


    Braiiiiins

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummtime101 View Post
    Just used cornflour because that's what I always use for custard......I only used 30g........random right!
    I think it may depend what type of milk you use and how thick you prefer your custard to be.

    I always make mine dairy free but if I use bought coconut cream I only need 20g of corn flour. If I use my homemade coconut cream/milk ill need 30-35g. It will always set kinda firm when cold but thins back out once its reheated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Subbing!

    Made poached eggs for lunch in thermy anddd my protein shake this morning.

    The plan is to make cinnamon scrolls next


    Braiiiiins
    Cooking like a pro already!

    If you make a lot of protein shakes you really gotta make some nut butter. It's so yummy in a protein smoothie

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    Made some muffins to bring to my mothers' group today - thrilled with how they turned out as the last batch of muffins I made were a bit bleh (that will teach me to just use recipes off any old website instead of recipe community!!).

    What do people like to do for dinners? I think my husband is a bit sick of soup...

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    Ohhhh good idea re; nut butter thanks


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    Subbing! Need some good ideas to make in my thermite once this child pops out and I can stand up and walk around again lol

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    Quick need ideas for dinner tonight (yes I know I need to start meal planning). I have chicken thighs defrosting right now.

    Was thinking of making quirkys spicy BBQ chicken but I'm not really in the 'mood' for it and TBH can't be bothered trying to think of anything else.

    What are you all making tonight?

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    Haven't made it yet but I have this in my menu planner for this week. Chicken thighs plus mostly pantry staples.

    http://www.forumthermomix.com/index.php?topic=6371.0


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