Thermomixing: Morning Tea Ideas

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Since owning a Thermomix I have become much more adventurous in the kitchen.  This nifty machine makes every recipe so quick and easy that it is a crime not to try out new ones.

So after bookmarking a gazillion different recipes to try, I decided on a baking morning and chose 2 recipes perfect for morning tea or the school lunch box.   Each one of them was so easy to make and so delicious, I had to share them with you here.

Cinnamon Scrolls

Cinnamon Scrolls

These are SO AMAZING. They are divine eaten warm.  You can find the recipe on the recipe community here.

The key with these is to rearrange the order in which you make the components to save on the washing up.  Firstly whizz up the sugar for the icing, then, without cleaning the bowl, make the cinnamon filling.  Finally make the dough, there is no need to wash the bowl beforehand.

If you don’t own a Thermomix, don’t be put off giving these a go. It will just require a little elbow grease.

Short Notice Slice

Short Notice Slice

I had never heard of this easy little slice before. The recipe is adapted for the Thermomix and found on the recipe community here.  For those of you without a Thermie, try this recipe.

I can’t say it is the best looking slice but is perfect for school lunch boxes because it is nut-free.  I gave my slice a little bit of crunch by throwing in some sunflower seeds.  You could of course add whatever takes your fancy – your favourite dried fruit, nuts or seeds…even choc chips.

I would love to be sitting down to have one of these treats with a coffee right now, but alas the family has devoured them all.  A very good reason to pull the Thermomix out again over the weekend to ‘re-test’ the recipes 😉

 

 

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  1. I had heard from others that the Thermomixer scrolls were amazing but I hadn’t had a chance to look for the recipe, but you have come to the rescue! Thank you, they look wonderful!

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