A handy guide for quickly converting conventional baking recipes in the Thermomix.

A handy guide for quickly converting conventional baking recipes in the Thermomix.

A handy guide for quickly converting conventional baking recipes in the Thermomix.  Copyright Karli Duckett @ www.facebook.com/mummaducksays

A handy guide for quickly converting conventional baking recipes in the Thermomix. Copyright Karli Duckett @ www.facebook.com/mummaducksays

Thermomix cleaning tips for new owners, easy peasy!

Thermomix Cleaning Tips

Thermomix cleaning tips for new owners, easy peasy!

Thermomix Cleaning Tips

Thermomix basics, minus all the items with preservatives.

Thermomix basics, minus all the items with preservatives.

6 SECOND COLESLAW (Thermomix) 200g cabbage, roughly cut 100g carrots, roughly cut 1 green apple (quartered, no need to peel or deseed) 1/4-1/2 small onion (I didn’t bother with this and didn’t feel that the coleslaw was lacking balance, but I think a bit of red onion would actually have been quite a nice addition). S to taste 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise

6 Second Coleslaw

6 SECOND COLESLAW (Thermomix) 200g cabbage, roughly cut 100g carrots, roughly cut 1 green apple (quartered, no need to peel or deseed) 1/4-1/2 small onion (I didn’t bother with this and didn’t feel that the coleslaw was lacking balance, but I think a bit of red onion would actually have been quite a nice addition). S to taste 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise

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