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    Quote Originally Posted by sycx View Post
    So I'm seeing that people are making their own butter in the thermie. I could ask Google, but I'm going to go to the brains' trust here...what's the benefit of making vs buying butter? Cheaper? Tastes better?

    (On a side note, I've got a batch of scrolls, supposedly just like Cinnabon ones, in the oven. Will report back on how they turn out)
    If you find the cream out on special it can work out a lot cheaper.

    making it yourself you avoid preservatives etc.

    you can experiment with oils to make it spreadable/tasty [I just made a batch earlier this week with olive oil - thought I'd buggered it - but we've been using it on sandwiches/toast/in cookng - and it is great]
    add flavours - sweet or savoury.

    good luck with your cinnabons- I have a batch of cinnamon scrolls & blueberry scrolls doing their second rise, all ready for tomorrow's family get together.

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    Thanks for the feedback. Might whip up some herb & garlic butter.

    Cinnabons turned out fantastic. Have had to pack them aside or I am pretty sure there will be none left by the time the husband is finished picking at them.

    Also made a batch of Parmesan crackers this morning. Intended for the bub...except that I think I ate half the batch as they were cooling. Whoops.

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    I made the edc hot chocolate. Ive been feeling incredibly ill ever since. Omg cocoa-coma

    Ill never make it again so so so sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    I made the edc hot chocolate. Ive been feeling incredibly ill ever since. Omg cocoa-coma

    Ill never make it again so so so sick
    Really? Isn't it just milk and cocoa?
    Last night I made white bread, edc fruit loaf with extra fruit, weetbix crunch slice, 30 sec orange cake with choc chips- oh, and before all that I made edc creamy tomato and salami fettuccine which was delish!

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    Yep and sugar


    The fettuccini is sooo yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    Yep and sugar


    The fettuccini is sooo yummy!
    Isn't it? I was out of cream so used natural yoghurt and it was awesome!

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    DH made a raw pad Thai from the recipe community the other night. We just added some rice noodles and it was a huge hit and will be a regular with some grilled fish.

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    Anybody have some vege or seafood recipes they can recommend as we are cutting out meat from our diet. 3 weeks and counting (except bacon because that's meat according to hubby).

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    You can replace mince with TVP or quorn mince (I can't tell the difference!) so bolognese, pies, lasagne etc. otherwise, Dahl, veg pizzas, veg risottos, crisper soup (on the recipe community), pumpkin soup, potato and leek soup, homemade gnocchi, veg muffins, quirky fried rice, omelettes... There's heaps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    I made the edc hot chocolate. Ive been feeling incredibly ill ever since. Omg cocoa-coma

    Ill never make it again so so so sick
    Really? It's a regular in our house. Only reason we didn't have it tonight cause the Thermomix was dirty and I couldn't be bothered washing the dishes 😔


 

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