This cake is a subtly delightful combination of sweet and savoury flavours that is perfect as a pre-dinner treat with cocktails or a crisp white wine. Serves 8 to 10 as a starter with a rocket salad or more as a pre-dinner appetizer. It’s great party food too, and it won’t last long on a buffet table!
This Sugar Free Thermomix Coconut Lime Cake is made with Natvia 100% Natural Sweetener so you can have your cake and eat it, too!
Start with really fresh artichokes from your local market or supermarket, and finish with your choice of dipping sauce. Vinaigrette is a classic, and so are hollandaise and just plain melted butter. I prefer the acidic touch of the vinaigrette, which enhances the flavour of the artichoke.
If you love brownies but don’t love gluten, try these Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free, Dairy Free Chewy Peanut Butter Brownies. You’ll get hooked on their subtly peanutty, caramel taste 😉
Extremely easy to make in your Thermomix, this mincemeat recipe is perfect for mince pies and tarts. And so is the puff pastry recipe from Thermomix France. Bon appétit !
To take full advantage of this under-utilised part of your best friend in the kitchen, why not make an all-in-one healthy steamed meal? Here’s a template you can use to adapt whatever you like and whatever you have in the fridge.
@ThermOMG’s “Free” Brownies: Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Grain Free, Nut Free, Paleo. Simply delicious!
Easy to make and about as close to good for you as you’re likely to get in a delicious chocolate treat.
Many thanks to Régal magazine, to the Alain Ducasse School of Cooking and to Miele France for this wonderful opportunity to discover new friends, new techniques and new products
To get the very best flavour in your chicken stock, it’s really worth a little extra time to roast the bones. Professional chefs agree that “Colour is flavour” and chicken bones are a perfect example. Here’s my easy peasy bestest ever roasted bone chicken stock recipe!