It’s Teatime is a true master piece. The ideal Thermomix book for anyone who is looking to throw an unforgettable afternoon tea party at home or just make the most gorgeous looking bakes.
With 70 recipes, tips and tricks and a bit of history, you can use this Thermomix book to make the ultimate afternoon tea. Every chapter is designed to tackle a different element of afternoon tea and your an find anything from the most dainty sandwiches to majestic cakes.
Even better, It’s Teatime contains countless pre-built menu options for every occasion to take away the hassle of planning your party for hours at home. From father’s day all the way to bridal showers, we’ve got it all covered for you. Even if you are only looking for a quick fix, in this book you can find a huge selection of recipes catering for all sorts of diets and food intolerances, including lots of gluten free and vegan recipes.
- 70 recipes
- easy to follow and simple instructions
- extensive menu planner
- variety of diets covered, including gluten free and vegan
I’m very excited by all the techniques and recipes included in this amazing bundle. I am determined to master sourdough and already have my first starter on the go. I have had my thermie for a couple of years, but this package proves “you can teach an old dog new tricks”. No time to waste need to get back to the recipes and tips.
Thank you, Sophia, for sharing your recipes and tips on how to make amazing, delicious bread. So far, I‘ve tried out the Mischbrot, and the Roggenbrot is about to go in the oven. Both were very easy to make especially with the help of a TM. It is not time consuming at all compared to other recipes I have tried out in the last few weeks. No multiple scheduled feeding of starters which is hard to follow when you’re working full-time and yet the result is just as good, if not better. The Mischbrot tasted amazing - in fact it was so good that my 10 year old neighbor asked me whether I can bake him one, too! I‘m sure the Roggenbrot will turn out just as good. I‘m from Germany and have been missing good German bread since I moved to NZ and then Australia 15 years ago.
I can highly recommend Sophia‘s Real Bread e-Book. Nice photos, easy to follow, delicious recipes and Sophia added personal stories which makes one connect to her and her recipes. Thanks again Sophia and good luck with making your dream come true!
I really enjoyed doing Sophias 7 day 7 bread challenge. I loved her easy instructions, great encouragement and support and awesome tasting bread created.
This book has so many lovely recipes and I am enjoying working my way through them. Instructions are clear, recipes great and it even gives me the confidence to change the recipes a suit me, added figs to the walnut bread today... Yum.
I throughly recommend this book Real Bread for anyone beginning sourdough baking. It has given me confidence and hasn’t filled my fridge with sourdough discard as I had feared. I just don’t understand how she stays slim with all this yummy bread!
Thanks Sophia 10 out of 10 from me.
Regards Carolyn Harris
I down loaded my book and printer ran out of toner! So then husband ordered that and I waited only two days for it to arrive but I was anxious. Then bloomin’ Printer ran out of paper when I was up to page 99. So I’m a bit of a sad tale because I’m so keen to master sourdough and I have been given a starter that I want to get up and running. My next hurdle is locating the light rye flour so I’m off today to shop. I think to try making my own starter but also to reactivate the given starter. Since my purchase the online course has become available and I’m thinking that is what I should have done but I will persevere and send you a much more positive review once things start moving. I love all the Sophia’s kitchen recipes and videos and I’m dying to produce my own bread. Moira
Hi Sophia, thanks for your book. I am very new to bread making. I love the clear instructions and tips. I’m sticking to one recipe for now but am excited to branch out when I’m more confident. A great activity for lockdown here in Melbourne. Silver lining while I am providing online lessons from home while my school is closed.