2 ingredient Muesli bars
Simple tasty and delicious. This batch made 16 bars in total and completely fine to freeze so great for making in advance for the kids lunch boxes
3 cups Muesli ( I didn’t have any at the time so combined a total of 3 cups of rolled oats, sultanas , dried apricots, unsalted peanuts, and coconut all roughly chopped sp 4 for 5 seconds in the Bellini)
1 can (395g) condensed milk
Preheat oven to 180°C (160°C fan-forced). Line a lamington tin with baking paper.
Combine muesli and condensed milk in jug, speed 3 for 10 seconds
Press into the prepared tin and bake for 25 minutes or until the top has just begun to turn golden.
Remove from oven and let sit for about 10 minutes. Cut into bars and allow to cool completely. I have now frozen these for the kids in individual snap lock bags in the deep freezer, I simply pull out in the morning and by morning tea time they are ready for the kids to eat
I have been meaning to try these pizza pockets for a while now, and very glad I did. Although I will make a few adjustments next time. bread roll recipe click the bread roll recipe to get how I did the bread component to the pizza pockets.
Once bread is done I made the filling for the pizza pockets. You could use whatever your taste desires but we kept it simple and used ham & pineapple.
I chopped up 200 grams of deli ham, then chopped up sliced tin pineapple. Once done I placed it all in my Pyrex bowl, and simply added roughly half a jar of Legos pasta sauce. Again use whatever your sauce preference is.
Once the mixture is done break off balls of dough and roll it out into a small circle. This is the part I would adjust for next time , they were far too big and all but one ended up cracking and mix ended up rising to the outside of pockets.
Put about a tablespoon full of filling mix into the centre of rolled out dough, grate a little tasty cheese on top and roll into a ball.
Place on lined baking tray and cook in oven for roughly half an hour. Enjoy!!
Here is the result of the poached eggs in bellini steamer, turned out totally awesome.
Spray silicone egg poachers with oil , fill jug of bellini half up with hot water ( this saves time on heating up) place steamer accessory on top of jug and put silicone poachers in crack your eggs into them.
Cook for 9 -12 minutes depending on how you like the yolks on speed 3 on steam temp. Enjoy happy cooking.
I am not really a pancake fan but this recipe is awesome, it tastes delicious and is so quick and easy to make .
Let me know if you like these because they have been a huge hit in our house.
You can serve them with fresh fruit , butter, jam or whatever takes your fancy but I find them so yummy we have just been eating them as is. Enjoy and happy cooking 😄
2 cups plain flour
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 cup oil
1 1/2 cups milk
Use chopping blade .
Add sugar , baking powder and flour to jug. Mix speed 7 for 10 seconds.
Add all remaining ingredients mix speed 6 for 15 seconds, scrape down sides with spatula and mix for a further 10 seconds on speed 6
Bought these egg poacher things from my local junk shop, post to follow soon on how the go in the bellini steamer
I have always struggled to make the cooked play dough variety, last attempt was roughly 2 years ago and it took me a good week to scrub my pot clean after it and the texture was awful. So here is my tried and tested version converted for the bellini. A few notes I made the pink dough first according to recipe and then doubled ingredients for the blue dough. A common question is what can I use in replacement for cream of tartar? I have heard that you can substitute it for lemon juice, if the recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of cream of tartar you would use 3 teaspoons of lemon juice.
Play dough (Bellini/Thermomix recipe – from the Bellini Addicts cookbook)
1tbs cream of tartar
Put the water, salt, food colouring and cream of tartar into the bowl. Heat for 5 minutes at 60 degrees, speed 3. Add flour and mix for 40 seconds or until mixture is combined and thick. Add oil and knead for 1 minute. Store in an airtight container in the fridge.
These tasty dinner rolls are so yummy, everyone here loves them. Often we make these for morning tea. But of course generally you could use them as a dinner accompaniment , they go really well to serve up with a hearty soup.
- 4 teaspoons dry yeast
- 4 teaspoons castor sugar
- 560grams warm water
- 960grams bakers flour ( I have used plain flour before and it has turned out fine)
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- mix yeast, sugar and water in mixing jug. Speed 4 for 20 seconds. Let stand covered for 10 minutes until mix is nice and frothy. Continue reading