Cookies made with dates, almond pulp and a few white chocolate chips to sweeten things up. Gluten free with a dairy free option.
gluten, refined sugar free and low FODMAP choc chip peanut butter cookies. These tasty and slightly chewy cookies are quick and easy to make in the Thermomix or food processor.
Gluten and dairy free matcha green tea cookies. Matcha green tea is full of antioxidants known to improve your immune system, aid detoxification, maintain gastrointestinal health and promote energy.
These chickpea choc chip cookies have been kid approved in our house. Perhaps it’s the chocolate chips but we’d like to think there’s a little more to it than that! Chickpeas are packed full of protein, fibre and are a source of iron and zinc.
Banana bread flavour with out the guilt. Gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free and packed full for protein. Easy to make in a blender or Thermomix for a breakfast on the run.
Both Craig and I are huge fans of Heston and his scientific approach to cooking. We have his Heston at Home cookbook and have made these bacon & banana cookies before. This time I decided to convert them for the Thermomix. They are a great combination of sweet and savoury with a biscuit crunch.
Martha Stewart’s flourless peanut chocolate cookies were the inspiration for these gluten free biscuits and they taste as good as they sound! I have made them a few times with some minor changes to Martha’s recipe and converted the recipe for Thermomix.
These colourful vanilla cookies are a lovely treat for any occasion. As you can imagine they are a favourite with kids. You can find the Thermomix conversion here as well.
Inspired by Martha Stewart’s thumbprint biscuits these cute little spider biscuits are fun to make, look a little scary and a delicious Halloween treat.
These Paleo honey biscuits from Against all grain are a delicious grain free/dairy free biscuit that are soft and spongey. I made them smaller than the recipe suggested for a delicious snack or breakfasts treat.
An absolute favourite biscuit from my childhood is the peanut butter crinkles out of the Australian Women’s Weekly Big Book of Beautiful Biscuits (published in the early 80s). They are sweet and savoury with a shortbread texture.