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    My thermy has been busy today! Made a lemon garlic and rosemary rub for my lamb roast (which is currently making my house smell amazing) have made quirkys butter, almond-rice milk, wheat free and dairy free Yorkshire pudding mix and about to start on some apple crumble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    sounds amazing! Ducking to supermarket to get ricotta!
    Ooo let me know what you think
    They should be crisp on the outside quite fluffy in middle... well these babies were anyway. Lol.

    I never make pancakes for dd because I never saw any nutritional value in them (fussy girl) so I didn't bother but NOW ill make these often for her as shes so fussy she needs all the protein she can get.

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    Fertile mertile- dh said it was ok to make again- so in taking that as a win. I added extra honey to the sauce before thickening as it was quite tangy for his taste.

    loco- that's what I'm thinking for ds- he is fussy and adding protein to his meals is always a big one. At 3.9 years old he is only 13 kgs. Really looking forward to trying them. Will let you know how they turn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    Fertile mertile- dh said it was ok to make again- so in taking that as a win. I added extra honey to the sauce before thickening as it was quite tangy for his taste.

    loco- that's what I'm thinking for ds- he is fussy and adding protein to his meals is always a big one. At 3.9 years old he is only 13 kgs. Really looking forward to trying them. Will let you know how they turn out.
    Just made fish and veggies in coconut milk was so quick just wondering if miss fussy will even eat it, soon see. Would your boy eat something like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    1 packet Marie or milk arrowroot biscuits
    3 cherry ripe bars broken in 3rds
    mill in tmx for 10 seconds speed 10
    add 1 tin sweetened condensed milk. Mix speed 5 for 10 seconds (sound changes when mixed.
    Scrape out and press into baking paper lined tray. ( wet spoon in hot water if it gets sticky.
    Wash tmx.
    chop and melt 200g chocolate and 1 tbsp ghee or butter 50 degrees speed 3 3 minutes. Pour/spread over slice. Refrigerate 1 hour. Remove from tray and slice.
    Would this work with other bars - say peppermint crisp or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    1 packet Marie or milk arrowroot biscuits
    3 cherry ripe bars broken in 3rds
    mill in tmx for 10 seconds speed 10
    add 1 tin sweetened condensed milk. Mix speed 5 for 10 seconds (sound changes when mixed.
    Scrape out and press into baking paper lined tray. ( wet spoon in hot water if it gets sticky.
    Wash tmx.
    chop and melt 200g chocolate and 1 tbsp ghee or butter 50 degrees speed 3 3 minutes. Pour/spread over slice. Refrigerate 1 hour. Remove from tray and slice.
    Thanks lovely!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Would this work with other bars - say peppermint crisp or something?
    Use 3 peppermint crisp and a tspn peppermint essence with bickies. Thats how i do the peppermint one. Its delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabycakes View Post
    Use 3 peppermint crisp and a tspn peppermint essence with bickies. Thats how i do the peppermint one. Its delicious
    Oh my, that sounds amazing. I may try this tomorrow, thanks!

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    Going to attempt thermomix caramel slice today.......have never been able to make caramel slice before

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummtime101 View Post
    Going to attempt thermomix caramel slice today.......have never been able to make caramel slice before
    Good luck! Let us know how it turned out!

    I made this apple crumble last night and served it with my coconut caramel custard and OMG it was so yummy!!! Will def be making it again. It says it serves 6 but my DH and his mate ate almost the whole lot lol
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...-crumble/58062


    Also made my mums Yorkshire pudding recipe using spelt flour and rice-almond milk and I was so stoked that they turned out amazing! A roast just isn't complete without them!

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