Recipes

A whole lot of failsafe websites including Thermomix recipes

At http://www.fedup.com.au/recipes/blog and you really can't do better than to get the regular newsletter from At the Failsafe Table, the latest with a focus on school lunches, four creative mums doing great things: Lamb Meat Pies, Deli Chicken, Mountain Bread Parcels, Pear and Poppy Seed Cake, Ants on a log, Custard and Pear Tarts and Fruit and Ricotta Pin Wheels, Skinnymixers Lunchbox Chicken Loaf...- thanks to failsafer Frillypants for her great contribution.

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www.cookingforoscar.com
www.realfailsafemeals.blogspot.com.au
www.domesticdivaunleashed.com
www.failsafefoodie.blogspot.com.au
www.kerstenskitchen.com.au

There's a recipe index of ANY Failsafe recipes on ANY blog. So far there are more than 885 recipes and ideas all categorised to make it easy to search  http://pinterest.com/failsafetable/ 

Failsafe Thermomix group with recipes and a place to ask questions etc https://www.facebook.com/groups/139914166142279/

I bought a Thermomix a couple of months ago, and absolutely love it. These machines are totally awesome, so pure and clean, and I truly believe that if we’d had a Thermomix years ago when our son was at his worst, it would have saved us a lot of heartache, as well as time and money - Susan.

And the very useful weekly meal plan website https://mealsplans.wordpress.com/

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