- 1 portion of a cake that has failed in some way., This one was the Coconut Butter cake from 'Everyday Cooking for Thermomix Families' that got stuck to mini tins and over cooked by 10 minutes.
- 100 grams cream cheese
- 150 grams pure cream
- 150 grams Salted Peanuts
- 400 grams Chocolate to melt
Recipe is created for
TM 5Please note that the TM5 mixing bowl has a larger capacity than the TM31 (capacity of 2.2 liters instead of 2.0 liters for TM 31). Recipes for the Thermomix TM5 may not be cooked with a Thermomix TM31 for safety reasons without adjusting the quantities. Risk of scalding by spraying of hot liquids: Do not exceed the maximum filling quantity and observe the filling level markings of the mixing bowl!
- Add chunks of the failed cake into . Mix for 10 seconds/ speed 10 with the help of the spatula.
- Add the peanuts to the blitzed cake crumbs and mix 5 seconds/ speed 9.
- Add cream cheese and pure cream and knead for 2 minutes with the dough function.
- Roll into balls and place onto baking paper on an oven tray. Refrigerate for 20 minutes.
- In the meantime, add 400g of chocolate pieces (I used 2 blocks of Cadbury baking chocolate) to . Grate the chocolate for 10 seconds/ speed 9.
- Melt the chocolate for 4 minutes/50degrees/speed 2.
- Pour chocolate into a bowl, and drop the balls into it. Roll around and cover them with the chocolate. Return to the tray. Drizzle extra chocolate or sprinkle with choc topps sprinkles. Once all are complete, refrigerate for 10 minutes until set.
🙈 my coconut butter cake failed as I didn't grease the mini tins properly with butter, plus I was putting the toddler to bed and didn't get to turn off oven at the right time, so they stuck to the tins and were just a mess when I tried to take them out. You can use any cake that has failed you...whether it just didn't rise, or it sunk in the middle, or it's too dry etc. Instead of throwing it away, this is a great way to salvage it and make a delicious dessert while you're at it!
🙈 I used 100g of cream cheese as that is what I had left over in the fridge from something else. You could add more if you wanted to.
🙈 I used salted peanuts as that is what I had already opened in my pantry. This would work with any other nuts or even without them.
🙈 I covered my truffles with both dark and milk chocolate. I had a 200g block of Cadbury dark baking chocolate, so used that first then realised it wasn't enough to cover them all. Then I used 2 blocks of Cadbury baking milk chocolate, which was plenty. Hence why I was able to drizzle the dark chocolate truffles with milk chocolate. I would of melted some peanut butter to drizzle on all of them but my microwave broke this week and I had melted so much milk chocolate already in the Thermomix.
🙈 With the leftover melted milk chocolate, I poured it back into the bowl, added 600g of almond milk and blitzed it for 1 min on speed 8 and served a yummy milkshake to the kids!
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