Gluten Free

Easy Healthy Cooking Classes with Aussie Flavours

Easy Healthy Cooking with Aussie Flavours in UK June 2018

Brought to you by Australian Thermomix Gurus: Internationally award winning chef and author, Fiona Hoskin and Fitness Instructor, Foodie and Photographer, Arwen Genge from Arwen’s Thermo Pics.

TWO CLASSES AVAILABLE Monday 11th June 2018 http://www.fionahoskin.com/?p=407

AND Saturday 16th June 2018 http://www.fionahoskin.com/?p=410

Ticket Price: 45GBP

Come and be delighted by Chef, Fiona Hoskin, and Foodie, Arwen Genge in this 2 hour class where the girls will demonstrate how to create easy, tasty, nutritious dishes using their Thermomixes.

Green Smoothie

Gluten Free Pepperberry Pizza

Gluten Free Flaxseed Lemon Myrtle Wraps

Quick Vegetable Curry

Gluten Free Damper

Blueberry Chia Jam

Cacao Chia Breakfast with Berries

Sweet Potato Dip

Grain Free Seed Crackers

Wattleseed Chocolate Slice

All dishes are gluten and grain free with no refined sugars and you will get to taste them all.This class is suitable for Paleo, Vegetarian, Coeliac, and Health Conscious people wanting some quick, easy gut-healthy recipes they can produce at home. The class is also perfect for Thermomix owners wanting some hints and tips on cooking and using their Thermomix and for those wanting to see how a Thermomix could fit into their kitchen. There are limited seats for this specialist class so make sure you secure YOUR seat as soon as possible. 🙂

 

 

 

7 Days 7 Breads Challenge by the Thermomix Baking Blogger

Challenge accepted – Day 1:  Bloomer Loaf & Rolls, plus we started a sourdough starter 🙂

Day 2: Spelt Loaf

Day 3: Gluten Free Seed Loaf

Day 4: Focaccia

Yum this is the best focaccia I’ve ever made!!

 Day 5: Gluten Free Pumpernickel

 

Day 6: No Knead Loaf

 

Day 7: Sourdough Rye (I ate a lot before I could take the photo :-))

 

We made & fed a sourdough starter all the way through the challenge my starters name is bubbles 🙂

 

Whole Orange Almond & Vanilla Cake

Orange almond cake 2

Could the world possibly need another whole orange cake recipe? I’m sure this popular recipe that has been tweaked many times over so here is my version to join all the others. The original recipes had the oranges being boiled for about 1 hour, I just love how the Thermomix makes this such an easy recipe but whizzing up the almonds into almond meal & whizzing up the whole oranges, plus it’s a great one for all those that love gluten free food.

Not many ingredients & it’s super easy to make.

Mill 250g almonds, 200g raw sugar & 2/3 of a vanilla bean with 2/3 tsp cream of tartar & 1/3 of a tsp bicarb soda for 20 secs speed 9.

 

Add 2 oranges that have been cut in half & 3 eggs chop on speed 7 for 10 secs, scrape down the bowl & repeat. Pour into a lined & greased 20 cm tin & bake for 45 mins at 180 degrees.

While the cake is cooking, place 50g sugar & 1/3 vanilla bean with zest from 1 orange into the TM bowl & chop for 20 secs speed 10. scrape down the bowl & add 50g orange juice cooking for 5 mins 100 degrees speed 1 & then add 25g butter & cook for 3 mins 80 degrees speed 1.

 

Skewer the hot cake a few times & pour the syrup over.

 

orange cake

You may like to decorate with orange segments fresh lemon thyme & rosebuds if you are feeling a bit fancy 🙂

 

Whole Orange Almond & Vanilla Cake
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Recipe type: Baking
Cuisine: Gluten Free Baking
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Serves: 12 slices
 
Ingredients
  • Cake
  • 250g Almonds
  • 200g Raw Sugar
  • ⅔ of a Vanilla Bean
  • 2 oranges with the peel still on, cut into halves
  • 3 eggs
  • Optional Syrup
  • ⅓ of a Vanilla Bean
  • Zest from 1 Orange
  • 50g Raw sugar
  • 50g Orange Juice
  • 25g Butter
Instructions
  1. Heat the oven to 180 degrees & grease & line a 20cm cake tin.
  2. Place almonds, vanilla bean & sugar into the TM bowl & chop for 20 secs on speed 10.
  3. Add the oranges & eggs & chop for 10 secs on speed 8.
  4. Pour mixture into the prepared cake tin & bake for 45 mins or until cooked.
  5. If you are making the syrup place the sugar, orange zest & vanilla bean into the TM bowl & chop for 20 secs on speed 10.
  6. Add the juice & cook for 5 mins, 100 degrees, on speed 1. Add the butter & cook for 3 mins, 80 degrees speed 1.
  7. When the cake comes out of the oven poke a skewer through the cake multiple times all over the cake & pour the syrup over the cake.

 

 

Brazilian Cheese Puffs

Here is the Thermomix in Australia recipe for the Brazilian Cheese Puffs.

What’s not to love? They are quick, easy, cheesy & delicious – plus they are gluten free! After chopping the cheese everything goes into the bowl & then poured into a mini muffin tin that has been oiled. Bake for up to 15 mins in a hot oven. Perfect for an after school snack or even a lunchbox snack.

Brazillian Cheese puffs in tin

 

Brazillian Cheese puffs