Looking for Thermomix chocolate biscuits?
In Episode 111, we share three delicious Thermomix chocolate biscuits that will suit all dietary styles, from decadently delicious to healthy and yum.
The recipes we chose this week are:
Recipe 1 – Milo Cookies (from Thermotwinning)
Milo lover? Thermotwinning has some recipes you need! We accidentally left the grated chocolate in, rather than adding at the end – still worked great! This recipe made a tonne of biscuits (about 60!) and were loved by everyone who tried them. To roll them out we use the handy technique of spooning out dollops of mixture onto the baking paper, and then (using wet hands) we rolled up each cookie, and then pressed down with a fork. We left them in the oven a little longer so they would be a little more firm, but stick to the recipe if you like very chewy Thermomix chocolate biscuits.
These are Bec’s favourite Thermomix chocolate biscuits. Oh boy, are they a favourite! Beautiful flavours of choc and orange, without the sugar or grains. Practically a health food, right? They are quite fudgey and decadent. In fact… this mixture is also delicious before it’s cooked (oh my goodness… so true)!
Recipe 3 – Variation of Gluten, dairy, nut and egg free biscuit cookies (from Low Tox Life)
We really wanted to share Thermomix chocolate biscuits that would be suitable if you needed to avoid gluten / dairy / egg / nuts. These are a really great option. The original recipe wasn’t chocolate flavoured, so we made a few adjustments to the recipe to fit the bill of Thermomix chocolate biscuits.
Here they are…
Step 1 – Add 2 Tbsp chia seeds to 5 Tbsp water in a small bowl. Stir and set aside. (if you can have egg, just add an egg to Step 3)
Step 2 – Add sunflower seeds (85g) and pepitas (95g) to the bowl. Grind Speed 8 / 10 seconds. Coconut doesn’t really agree with us, so we added almonds (110g) to this step, and omitted the coconut in the next step.
Step 3 – Add tapioca starch (110g), the chia mix, butter or coconut oil (100g), cacao (2 Tbsp), honey (50-100g, depending on preferred level of sweetness) and coconut (1 cup). Combine Speed 8 / 15 seconds.
We then used the rolling method mentioned above in the Milo Cookies and baked in a 180C oven for 12-15 minutes. Joe ate them all. Both batches. Need we say more?
Here are some cool tips from this podcast…
- Here is the Oxo peeler that we love. It’s well worth the $12.95!
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