Here’s a beginners guide to some of the best sweet and savoury Thermomix recipes online (in no particular order), and the blogs, websites or Facebook groups you’ll find them:
1 – Butter Chicken
“Quirky Cooking is one of the country’s most popular Thermomix blogs. Its founder, Jo Whitton, specialises in using the Thermomix to create interesting, tasty and healthy recipes that are allergy, intolerance and GAPS-diet friendly. Her dairy free, gluten free, grain and starch free Butter Chicken is a standout.
5 – Caramel Slice
A quick and easy raw caramel slice by Wholefood Simply
6 – Skinnymixers Chicken Kiev
An easy and tasty weeknight meal by Skinnymixers – a vibrant blog dedicated to creating healthy Thermomix recipes catering for a wide range of dietary needs
including: Paleo; Gluten Free; Dairy Free; LCHF; Sugar Free; Low Calorie/ Low Fat; Vegetarian; and, HCG Protocol.
Wholefood Simply, a recipe blog by Bianca Slade, that’s full of sugar free healthy slices, cakes, desserts and other treats and don’t compromise on taste.
7 – Gluten free Magic bean Chocolate Cake
Sarah Wong’s recipe is one of the best known on the official Thermomix community recipe sharing site, however there are thousands of other great recipes in here, with new ones posted every day here.
8 – Banana Bread
Quick, easy and great for lunchboxes by popular Thermomix bloggers, Thermobliss.
9 – Healthy Chocolate Crackles
Natural New Age Mum, has created this yummy and much healthier version of the old kids party favourite.
10 – Dairy Free Macadamia and Lime cheesecake
Another Quirky Cooking recipe, this time her much loved raw cheesecake recipe that’s great for vegans and non-vegans alike.
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