Thermomix sultana cake recipes

Pumpkin Sultana Loaf – regular & Thermomix

Pumpkin Sultana Loaf – regular & Thermomix

We are intensively learning times tables at the moment so this cake with a cuppa really helped getting through the homework the other day and even my fussy one who doesn’t eat pumpkin wolfed this down as I didn’t tell her what was in it
sultana buttermilk cake

sultana buttermilk cake

Now I like to mix in the sultanas myself but you can do it all in the thermomix, just add the sultanas which you have dusted in flour and buttermilk
Awesome carrot cake muffins ... in the Thermomix

Awesome carrot cake muffins ... in the Thermomix

I didn't have any raisins but had some sultanas in the pantry, so I used those instead. I have converted the recipe to make in the Thermomix because that's pretty much how I do all my baking, but if you don't have a Thermomix, then by all means just use the original recipe
Carrot Cake Slice

Carrot Cake Slice

Thermomix Carrot Cake Slice Instructions. When un-iced it is freezer friendly and it can also be made using a Thermomix
Carrot Cake Slice

Carrot Cake Slice

This is a Thermomix recipe but you could easily make it a food processor, it will just take a little longer to process in each step
Carrot Cake Muffins

Carrot Cake Muffins

For more yummy cake recipes, grab you copy of our Cakes for Every Occassion eBook, also available in a Thermomix version
Everyday Cooking for Thermomix Families and recipe chip

Everyday Cooking for Thermomix Families and recipe chip

I’m busting to try the sultana, apple and custard scrolls (yum, how great do those sound. ), stone fruit crumble, classic lemon tart and the coconut butter cake and that’s just from the Sweet Baking section in the book

Orange and Sultana Muffins

This is an updated version of the Orange and Sultana Muffins recipe I shared YEARS ago, which was well over due for some new photos to be taken – and Thermomix instructions to be included too of course
Thermoblitz Bars

Thermoblitz Bars

I have a few muesli bar and slice recipes but this one takes the cake. 60g Sultanas. Melt Chocolate around 200g in the Thermomix and pour over the bottom of the Bars. 60g Sultanas
Simple Fruit Scones

Simple Fruit Scones

My favourite versions are made using sultanas or chopped dates, but I don’t mind chopped apricot either