Thermomix conversion for Jamie Oliver’s epic chocolate and beetroot cake. There’s a rich chocolate flavour to the fluffy texture with a tasty hint of beetroot.
Cookies made with dates, almond pulp and a few white chocolate chips to sweeten things up. Gluten free with a dairy free option.
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.
Paleo, grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free brownies made with tahini are definitely a winner at home especially with our little boys.
I have been making this delicious slice for a few years now after finding it on retromumma.wordpress.com. However as I went to give this blog credit for it I discovered they are no longer active. I can’t take credit for this but it must be shared!
Gooey chocolate brownies that are gluten, dairy, nut and refined sugar free! I am so fond of these brownies that I think that they are on a par with my other favourite Thermomix chocolate brownies.
Looking for a healthy chocolate treat to hit those sweet cravings? While this is refined sugar free it is packed with sweetness from dates and bananas. This is super easy to make in a Thermomix or a high powered blender. The goji berries give it a sweet crunchy texture and you can experiment with different types of nuts.
If you are looking for family friendly, healthy, refined sugar free, gluten free and delicious recipes head over to The Fit Interest website or follow them on Instagram. After seeing these chocolate brownies posted over Easter Mr Messy Benches put his request in for me to get baking.
No need to buy store bought protein balls or bars when you can make them at home. There are a variety of different textures and flavours available at local supermarkets, health food stores and at shopping centre juice bars but nothing beats homemade.
With Easter just around the corner I have started making Easter treats for my family hampers. I really do enjoy experimenting with flavours and textures in different types of chocolate.
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.
Cashew, coconut, honey. Three ingredients blended for 20 seconds makes a delicious natural, no bake and gluten free slice with the option to be dairy free too!
Cooking for busy mums’ choc chip slice with white chocolate and macadamia nuts
This is my favourite chocolate chip slice recipe. It is so easy to make in the Thermomix when you are able to melt butter and mix the ingredients all in the one bowl.
I love making Easter chocolate treats for my family. My favourite chocolate is white chocolate and I have also been a huge cookies and cream fan. However since going gluten free I haven’t been able to eat it and it’s the one thing I haven’t tried to replicate. Until now!
Yummy pretzel, cranberry and white chocolate bark. sweet, salty, sour, crunchy – delicious! Makes 3-4 gift sized serves. The chocolate bark recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.
This is my go to chocolate cake recipe. I normally make it in a ring shaped tin and pour the warm icing over the top. The moistness of the cake comes from the carrot and the chocolate icing forms a hard shell.
Nutella brioche just sounds like a combination. Despite being gluten free I can’t remember the last time I was this excited to make something that I can’t eat. Perhaps it was the Christmas spirit.
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.
lollipop shaped vanilla cakes decorated in chocolate A couple of years ago I ordered a silicone cake pop mould online. They look amazing and are a lot of fun to make but very time consuming. I probably spent 2-3 hours decorating a batch of cake […]