As a Thermomix Consultant I get a lot of feedback from customers (and potential customers) that they want to learn how to use their Thermomix more. While we now get a few guests up to cook together at our demonstrations, I loved the idea of getting heaps of people together to cook and learn more about food. So I started my Home Cooking Groups.
I run them twice a month, one weekday and one on a weekend, with a different theme every month. So far we’ve done Basics, Back to School, a Valentines Day Group and yesterday was my first Big Batch Freezer Meals Group.
They are such fun days, all of us working together and bonding over our love of good food. I’ve made new friends with these groups and (hopefully!) have inspired others to get into their kitchens, learn more recipes, and use their Thermomix’s more!
Yesterday’s group was fantastic, together we made so much food. Here’s a run down of the day’s dishes:
- Quirky Jo’s Butter Chicken with Cauliflower Rice (x2)
- Big Batch Savoury Mince
- Honey and Date Loaves (x2)
- Devilled Sausages (x2)
- SkinnyMixer’s Pumpkin Cheesy Puffs
- Oven Baked Chicken Strips (half Panko Crumbed and half Gluten Free Corn Flake Crumb)
- Green Smoothie Freezer Packs
I’ve linked the recipes we used incase you’d like to re-create your own Cooking Group with a bunch of food loving friends (or maybe inspire someone who isn’t so food loving!). The only thing that doesn’t have a link is the Green Smoothie Freeze Packs. For that I’ll create a seperate post and link it when it’s published. 🙂
I have another group on Saturday which will ensure a packed to the brim freezer for me and probably a whole week off cooking dinners – winner, winner!
Let me know if you organise a Freeze Meals Cooking group, I’d love to know how it goes!