So, you have a thermal appliance in the house and you’d like to use it to make my recipes? Here are some tips to help you convert recipes!

Top Tips When Converting Recipes

Weighing – While ingredients can be weighed straight into the bowl, I prefer separate digital scales, as they are the most precise, especially for small quantities. You can pop the thermal appliance bowl on the kitchen scales and weigh in the ingredients that way.

Melting  – Keep the temperature between 60-70 ˚C and on low speed.

Mixing – I recommend low to moderate speed.

Blitzing and Milling – This will need to be done at the highest speed.

Kneading – Most thermal appliances have a special function (or attachment) that will come in handy when kneading.

Extra tip – Be sure to use the little cup on the lid of your thermal appliance when mixing and milling to prevent the ingredients from escaping.

What About a Microwave?

If you choose to use a microwave to melt your ingredients, just keep your zapping to short 15-20 second bursts, on the lowest power setting.

Check the ingredients and mix (as you would when using the conventional method) each time.

Please, don’t stand too close!

Krissy Ballinger

Krissy Ballinger

AUTHOR & ADVOCATE FOR NATURAL LIVING

Krissy wants to see a world where people make conscious choices that honour both humans and habitat. It is her mission to gently guide people towards this beautiful way of life. With a background in education and health promotion, she devotes her time to increasing awareness on common and avoidable toxins, as well as educating individuals on simple ways they can adjust their lifestyles to better serve themselves, and the planet. Natural DIY is Krissy’s speciality, and she has sold over 50,000 copies of her recipe books, including her latest book, The Lifestyle Edit, the award-winning, Naturally Inspired - Simple DIY Recipes for Body Care and Cleaning, and her kids book, Make & Play - Natural DIY Recipes for Kids. She offers honest and gentle guidance, education and 100+ free natural DIY recipes on her website.

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