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    Ok so after my massive fail of caramel custard last night I am still craving caramel so decide to make salted caramel sauce off the forum........ummmmm what!!!! I justified eating extra because I ate it on bananas.....

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    Thanks. I got one when I purchased my Thermy but it has disappeared and I miss it terribly. Thought I could have bought one from them direct.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Yep sorry, should have elaborated!

    Tonight I used 200g chopped frozen banana & 3tsp milo (served 2). Turned it up slowly to speed 8 for 10secs. Quick scrape down sides, repeat. That's it!

    FYI - at the start, it will look crumbly. All of a sudden you will hear the difference in the blades, and it will be beautifully creamy. So make sure you keep it going until you hear/see that change.
    Yay that's awesome! Will be trying that one this week! Thanks Hun x

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    Ok so I'm getting more and more inspired!

    I am using my thermomix more and more and just love it

    Anyone got any suggestions for slices/muesli bar things I can make? My DH normally has a muesli bar a day in his lunch but I would love to be able to make something instead.

    We are moving soon and will be about 15+ mins away from the local deli and the closest woollies will be about half an hour or so away so am wanting to get organised and cut out all the last of the processed foods we eat (mostly DH eats!). Anyone tried these bread rolls??
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...r/23613?page=1

    And yogurt, is it easy and is it tasty??


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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Ok so I'm getting more and more inspired!

    I am using my thermomix more and more and just love it

    Anyone got any suggestions for slices/muesli bar things I can make? My DH normally has a muesli bar a day in his lunch but I would love to be able to make something instead.

    We are moving soon and will be about 15+ mins away from the local deli and the closest woollies will be about half an hour or so away so am wanting to get organised and cut out all the last of the processed foods we eat (mostly DH eats!). Anyone tried these bread rolls??
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...r/23613?page=1

    And yogurt, is it easy and is it tasty??


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    Name says it all for these bread rolls!

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    I haven't tried those bread rolls as I can't eat wheat but I have heard very good things about them!

    As for muesli bars I make these for my kids lunch boxes. I wrap them up and keep them in the fridge and my DH always gets stuck into them! You could chuck some choc chips through them to make them even more yummy!

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...ice-bars/35312

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Ok so I'm getting more and more inspired!

    I am using my thermomix more and more and just love it

    Anyone got any suggestions for slices/muesli bar things I can make? My DH normally has a muesli bar a day in his lunch but I would love to be able to make something instead.

    We are moving soon and will be about 15+ mins away from the local deli and the closest woollies will be about half an hour or so away so am wanting to get organised and cut out all the last of the processed foods we eat (mostly DH eats!). Anyone tried these bread rolls??
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...r/23613?page=1

    And yogurt, is it easy and is it tasty??


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    Before DS went dairy free I used to do yoghurt twice a week. It's so so easy and cheap - only costs the sane as milk. It is quite sour as it's totally natural. Some people put sugar or vanilla or honey in it after it has set I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Ok so I'm getting more and more inspired!

    I am using my thermomix more and more and just love it

    Anyone got any suggestions for slices/muesli bar things I can make? My DH normally has a muesli bar a day in his lunch but I would love to be able to make something instead.

    We are moving soon and will be about 15+ mins away from the local deli and the closest woollies will be about half an hour or so away so am wanting to get organised and cut out all the last of the processed foods we eat (mostly DH eats!). Anyone tried these bread rolls??
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...r/23613?page=1

    And yogurt, is it easy and is it tasty??


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    I've made these rolls, thy were lovely

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    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/node/47673

    this yoghurt is fabulous. Made it a few weeks ago- it was fairly runny as its so cold here- 2nd time I added some powdered milk as ds likes thicker yoghurt- wont need to when its hotter.

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    Thanks ladies. Will give the yogurt and rolls a go next week


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