These are delicious healthy muffins that are perfect for on the run. Once again it's a recipe that I have taken from mydarlinglemonthyme as she is amazing. If you're serving to fussy kids then go a bit lighter on the spices and add a little honey.
I absolutely love this recipe because it contains no flour, I took these to work both iced and uniced - they were a hit with my colleagues (I didn't tell them what the main ingredient was until after they were consumed!).
They can be made in a Thermomix or in your food processor (I have modified this slightly from the Thermomix website so instructions are for TM). I have iced these particular cupcakes with a freezedried raspberry powder and homemade icing sugar, the chocolate icing below is however delicious!
I was given this recipe by a friend who is a fabulous cake maker - Anna Castillo. Because it was a weekend of numerous birthday celebrations I thought it was the perfect opportunity to whip this up and it did not disappoint!
This has been taken from the Quirky Cooking blog by Jo Whitton. It is such an amazing recipe that I just have to share this. To gain the most nutritionally from this dish I recommend you making your own chicken stock to add to it. It is written specifically for Thermomix however you could easily adapt it to make it on the stove top.
This is a nice simple recipe that can be simply 'thrown together' and left to slow cook its way into a delicious dinner!
I absolutely love this recipe, the flavours are absolutely sensational, once you have all of these spices in your cupboard you will be set for this and many other dishes. I highly recommend you try this!
Recipes to tempt your taste buds!