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Chocolate Truffles






Chocolate truffles Let’s set the record straight. This recipe is not healthy, not paleo, not raw, but what it is, is fast and easy to make and just plain ole lip smacking delectable. The are best served warmed, so remove from the fridge about and a half to an hour before serving. I have adapted the recipe for use in a thermal mixer (Thermomix /Mycook) as well as conventional methods. The recipe is from the New Zealand Edmonds cookbook, slightly

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Sri Lankan coconut bliss balls






So this was something different for me to do. Now I am a bit of a curry fan and at the parties I went to, this was the one product that stood out from the pack. The name, the colour, I adore the colour. Turmeric. What can I say, I actually dehydrated some fresh turmeric the other day, It is one of my favourite spices.






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Divine Strawberry and Chocolate Balls






Divine Strawberry and Chocolate Bliss Balls ~ Made in the Mycook premium This recipe is very simple, incredibly moreish! Not much to say about it. I used Lindt 90% cocoa chocolate; it is palm oil free, see this link:http://www.orangutans.com.au/orangutans-survival-information/helping-you-buy-responsibly-palm-oil-free-alternatives.aspx . You could use homemade chocolate, I did not have any. And this is a good one. If it does not combine very well, you might need to add another date. I used fresh Medjool dates. And then I rolled them

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Apricot balls






Apricot balls – made in the Mycook Premium Many years ago I used to buy and eat apricot delight pieces, but they always made me feel sick. So I stopped buying them. When you look at the ingredients on the packet, it is not surprising I felt ill after eating them. Apricots 50%, Sugar, Glucose Syrup (Derived from Corn), Vegetable Oil, Acidity Regulator: (330), Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), Corn Starch, Natural Colour: (160b), Natural Flavour, Preservative: (220). Taken from Coles website.

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