Apple Pie with Thermomix Instructions

 apple pie

If I had to pick our families favourite recipe today, in the midst of winter, I would choose this.

I would pick it because I have my biggest girl beside me, slicing apples. I have my superhero popping the ingredients into the processor and the littlest one is climbing on benches and chairs to peer over our shoulders.

I distract the three of them as the pie cooks and then say ‘not just yet’ countless times as they excitedly wait for it to cool. When I can hold them off no longer we all sit on the floor with bowls and  spoons in our hands and excitedly tuck in.

I take a minute to bask in the warmth of the pie and the warmth of my babies and for a second the moment is perfect.

Right now I can picture this vividly. It is a scene I know well. But in a year’s time my superhero may not want to bake with Mum, by baby may have outgrown her endless curiosity and my biggest girl could be off with friends. Who knows? What I do know is that life changes constantly, sometimes more rapidly or drastically than we would like. Sometimes subtly, with us barely noticing. If only we could capture the precious, everyday moments. The little things you feel so sure you will never forget and then something happens, times passes and suddenly it isn’t quite so clear.

Apple Pie


  • 3 cups almond meal (320 grams)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil, firm (20 grams)
  • 2 tablespoons honey* (40 grams)
  • pinch of salt
  1. Pre heat your oven to 180°C or 350°F. Grease an 18cm pie tin or spring form pan.
  2. Place the ingredients into your processor and blend until the mixture resembles a dough consistency. It will only take a few seconds. Press the dough into the base and a few centimetres up the sides of your pan.
  3. Bake for 10 minutes or until lightly golden. Remove from the oven and allow to cool.


  • 5 apples, thinly sliced
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  1. As you slice the apples place them into a large saucepan half filled with water. Once you have finished slicing the apples drain off the water and return the apples to the saucepan. Add the remaining ingredients and place the saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Simmer the apples for ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Make sure there is a small amount of liquid, you can place the lid on the saucepan if need be.
  3. Use a slotted spoon to fill the base with the apple pie filling and place the pie into the oven. Bake for 15 minutes or until the edges are golden, the apples should be very soft.
  4. Remove from the oven and cool slightly. Slice. Serve. Eat and enjoy.

Thermomix Instructions

  1. Pre heat your oven to 180°C or 350°F. Grease an 18cm pie tin or spring form pan.
  2. Place the base ingredients into the TMX bowl and blend for 7 seconds, speed 5. Press the dough into the base and a few centimetres up the sides of your pan.
  3. Bake for 10 minutes or until lightly golden. Remove from the oven and allow to cool.
  4. Follow the instructions above for the filling or shred the apples in your TMX and cook briefly before adding to the base.

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Apple Pie
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  • Selina

    Beautiful post! I am currently 31 weeks pregnant with bubba # 3, and so much of what you wrote is how I felt/feel. Congratulations, and good luck with the rest of your pregnancy! The apple pie looks yummy – will definitely try it out some time soon!

    • How exciting!!!! Thank you so much for writing. I am glad you could relate to the post. When is your precious one due? I hope you are feeling well. Bianca. x

  • renee

    Wow Bi!!! Congratulations what lovely news this is….and a lucky little bub to have such a caring mum to be 🙂 mm Apple Pie

  • Rebecca

    Beautifully written. As someone who has never previously had any inclination towards motherhood, this stirred something in me. You have a way with words, a wonderful gift.

    • Thank you. I never see myself that way but it is certainly a lovely complement to receive. It was very thoughtful of you t o take the time to write and to read. Thanks again, Bianca

  • Larissa

    I love reading your posts – you definitely have a way with words – Congrats on your pregnancy! x

    • Thank you. It is very kind of you to take the time to write, I really appreciate it. It blows my mind when people say they are enjoying my writing, I have never really felt that it was something I was good at.However, it has always been something that I have throughly enjoyed and i am pleased that others are now enjoying it too. Thanks again for writing and for reading. Bianca. x

  • littleums

    I didn’t know you were pregnant! Congratulations, and hopefully the magical second trimester vibrancy will come soon 🙂

    • How lovely to hear from you!! I have written to you many times in my mind! I hope you are going well. It would be great to catch up soon. Yes, I am hanging out for that vibrancy but thankfully although I’m still not radiant and glowing things are certainly looking up, we had a rough few weeks!!! A little energy would also be welcomed but hey, as long as bubs is safe as well I can endure spending my time on the couch a little longer. I hope you are going well!! Thanks for writing. x

  • Andrea

    congratulations. beautiful words. thank-you.

  • Gayle

    congratulations on your pregnancy ! I really enjoy reading your posts, you write so beautifully from your heart.

    • Thank you. I really appreciate that. Yes I am an all emotions girl which has its pros and cons. I am glad you are enjoying the posts. Thank you for taking the time to write. xx

  • Melissa

    Congratulations on your pregnancy! Hoping it’s a safe journey for you.

    • Thank you. Yes, I am madly hoping it is a safe journey for the precious little one. xxx

  • Kate

    How beautiful!! Congratulations. It’s amazing you find the energy to
    still cook and share these fabulous recipes with us. Thank you. What a
    special time for you and your family. x

    • Thank you! I didn’t cook much at all from 6 – 12 weeks but I had some drafts that I needed to publish so I used these. I have actually slowed down on how often I am getting new recipes up but I think it is all still ticking along ok. It is such a special and exciting time, I feel very blessed. I hope the little one is fit and well and that I can keep my impatience in check, it is still a little while until we meet. Thank you for writing. It will be lovely sharing the journey with you all. xx

  • Kerrie

    A huge congratulations to you and the whole family. What an exciting time!
    Thank you for your beautiful letters/posts and your yummy recipes.

    • Thank you!! Yes it is very exciting and thank YOU for your support and taking the time to read the posts and try the recipes. I really appreciate it. xx

  • Theresa

    Oh congratulations lovely lady!!!!

  • Claudia

    I tried it last weekend with chia gel and it turned out really yummy!
    My only mistake was the size of the tin, mine was smaller than yours so the crust was a bit too high on the sides. I’ll know for next time! Absolutely delicious recipe, I’m so glad I’ve found you 🙂

    • I am glad you have found me too!!! Thank you so much for writing. I am sure many people will find your tip really helpful! I am rapt that you have enjoyed the pie, be sure to let me know how you go with any other recipes that you try. Thanks again, Bianca. x

  • Tracy

    How do you make chia gel?

    Thankyou for your website! It is fantastic!

    • I add 1/3 cup chia seeds to 2 cups of water and whisk it every couple of minutes for around 10 minutes. Then place in the fridge. xx

  • Andrea Mackey

    My goodness, how did I only just come across this post?!
    Congratulations! That is such, such wonderful news, i’m so happy for you all. I have a little tear in my eye after reading your sweet words. What a lucky baby to be born into such a precious family. Hope you’re feeling better soon. Enjoy.

    • bianca

      Thank you gorgeous girl!!!! I really appreciate that. I am feeling much better now and very excited about it all. I hope the wedding plans are coming along well. It will be beautiful! Sending love. xx

  • Gabby

    Firstly, a belated congratulations! Such exciting and busy times ahead I’m sure. I can confirm for you that this is absolutely delicious with coconut oil. I’ve made it a few times now and have also used 3 pears and 3 apples then served it with whipped coconut cream for something different too. It’s always a hit. Thank you for the gorgeous recipe.

    • Fabulous!! Thank you so much!! I really appreciate the feedback and I am glad you have enjoyed the recipe. Be sure to let me know how you go with anything else that you try. Bianca. x

  • Danielle

    I’ve been wanting to make this Apple Pie for ages and have only just gotten around to it. It is absolutely delicious!!!! Thank you so much for your recipes. I love them all! X

    • Thank YOU so much for your kind words and feedback! I am rapt to hear that you are enjoying my little space. Be sure to keep me posted on how you are going with the recipes. x

  • Becks

    Hi Bianca, thought you might like to see your apple pie recipe made into tarts and with a berry twist. I know theres one missing…..and a few more have ‘gone’ since this photo….into other belly’s. Hehe

    Thanks!!! I LOVE your stuff and made the one minute slice today which i make instead of buying chocolate. YUM!


    • Thank YOU!!!! I love it!!!! I am very pleased that you are finding a few recipes that you enjoy, be sure to keep me posted on how you are going with them. x

  • Jacqueline

    Amazing. I made 4 medium sized pies with the recipe and served with your vanilla ice cream. My dinner guests were very impressed. Can’t wait to make this one again! Thanks xx

    • Thank YOU!!!! I too am very impressed! They look divine. I am so glad they were enjoyed. Be sure to let me know how you go with anything else that you try. x

  • Linda

    Made this today, it did not disappoint, tasted amazing, thanks so much 🙂

    • Fabulous!!! Thank YOU! I am glad it was enjoyed. x

  • Jen

    I make this all the time. It’s so simple and delicious. I have been asked to bring this dish to many gatherings with friends and family as its always a pleasure to eat.

    I made it with coconut oil and part LSA/almond meal. It tasted amazing but stuck to the bottom of the tray, next time I’ll use baking paper.

    • Thank YOU!!!! I am sorry it stuck but I am so glad it is being enjoyed! I really appreciate the feedback. I hope you find some more recipes that work well for you. Be sure to let me know. B. x

  • Joanne Sinclair

    Yum! Great way to use up some apples. Subbed coconut oil for butter and maple syrup for honey. It’s a keeper 😀