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    What's peppermint bark???

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    If ppl are making easy serve yourself foods for casual meals and there are kids there I just had huge success making chicken nuggets in Christmas shapes!
    made the mix, pressed it flag and used cookie cutters to shape. Went down a treat
    Xmas Eve we do with my family, everyone brings something.
    I am making dessert. Have to cater to some gluten free, fodmap and sugar free low gi (diabetic friendly) so I decided to do mini cakes (muffin tin sized)
    gluten free mini baileys cheesecakes- made the baileys last week
    sugar free low gi (no bake) chocolate tarts and sticky date puddings. Mixing and matching recipes so will see how they taste on the day and will try to take pics.
    Was planning a test run the day before but will be travelling to hospital with dd. if they all taste awful I'll bring icecream as backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Does the chocolate really need to be melting for 45mins??? Or does she mean 4-5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I'm Thermomixing up a blardy Xmas storm today guys. So far:
    Berry jam
    Onion jam
    Salted caramel sauce
    Finger paint
    Basil infused olive oil

    All this to add to what I already had:
    Mango jam
    Tomato relish
    Napolitana sauce
    Berry jam
    Lemon curd

    Still to do:
    Balsamic reduction
    Fudge

    Everyone better like their hampers or else! Attachment 48103
    Ohh care to share the mango jam recipe you used? I've got some mangos and was going to make a mango chutney, but jam sounds yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trackiedacks View Post
    Ohh care to share the mango jam recipe you used? I've got some mangos and was going to make a mango chutney, but jam sounds yummy!
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...ngo-jam/127273

    It's really nice. Has almost a honey/mango flavour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Does the chocolate really need to be melting for 45mins??? Or does she mean 4-5?
    I assumed 4-5. 45 seems excessive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...ngo-jam/127273

    It's really nice. Has almost a honey/mango flavour
    Thank you!

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