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Thermomix baking blogger Sophia Handschuh

In the middle of 2015 Sophia Handschuh quietly launched her Thermomix baking blog from north-west London. At that time the German-born baking fanatic had recently discovered the power of Thermomix  — more specifically the power it brought to the kitchen of a passionate young baker. Over the next few months Sophia’s blog rose to the top of my list of personal favorites — here’s why I think you should add it to yours… 

Sophia landed on the blogging scene with both feet planted firmly on the ground. She has the expertise and professional poise of someone well beyond her years, and clearly takes pleasure in sharing Thermomix baking tips with others. Her enthusiasm for all things baked comes through with instructive text and inspiring photos. With Sophia’s guidance you’ll quickly find the confidence to start your oven and unleash your inner baker!

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Blogger’s name:
 Sophia Handschuh
Blogging from:
London, England, since August 2015
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About this blogger:

Inspired by a father who baked artisan bread, Sophia fell in love with baking at a very early age while living in Germany. Now in London, she continues to hone her craft with the help of Thermomix. An inquiring mind drew her to learn more about the science of baking, while the influence of her 90-year-old “Omi” now inspires Sophia to re-create traditional German recipes for time-pressed cooks using Thermomix.

Artisan Bread by Thermomix Baking BloggerThermomix Artisan Bread by Thermomix Baking Blogger


Thermomix baking recipes and more…

With an emphasis on baking,  Sophia draws on a wealth of recipes that includes not only breads, cakes and treats but also main meals, breakfasts, savouries, soups, drinks, gluten-free and much more. Imagine a range that includes Italian Lemon Ricotta Cheesecake, Authentic German Pretzels, Thermomix Coconut Bread, Florida Key Lime Pie. Some are are more traditional, some more healthy, all are tasty —  and all are beautiful. (From the small sampling of photos here, it’s easy to see the photography on ThermomixBakingBlogger is of a professional quality.)

But this blog is more than a collection of beautiful and flavourful recipes — it’s a bounty of oh-so-practical Thermomix baking tips from someone who really knows her craft. At time of this review there are tips for Understanding Thermomix Dough Basics, Cake Baking Tips, and Dad’s Top Bread Baking Tips. Each of these pages is a reason to check out the blog and sign up for Sophia’s newsletter.

in her own words…

As a cook, some of us really like to experiment with ingredients and add pinches of this and that to make our meal perfect. This will be absolutely disastrous for cakes. It is a very accurate science and these few tips explain why.

Sophia Handschuh, on Baking Tips (for Cake)

Thermomix baking tips by Sophia

Welcome Thermomix Baking Blogger!

Here at SuperKitchenMachine we’re happy to welcome Sophia to the world of dedicated Thermomix blogging*. Her blog’s focus fills a gap which can’t be filled by intuition alone. Thermomix owners who are new to baking will benefit from a bit of science-based know-how and the shared wisdom of this experienced baker.  Experienced Thermomix users will find a rapidly expanding range of new recipes to try with full confidence. (Bonus — Sophia adds new blog posts with frequent regularity. She is committed!) Sophia’s instruction is thorough and clear — her appetite for baking is contagious. Start your ovens!

*a dedicated Thermomix blog is one where the primary focus is of benefit to Thermomix owners 


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See 10 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

  1. Madame Thermomix February 14, 2016 at 11:02 pm #

    Thanks for bringing this new Thermomix dedicated blog to our attention, Helene. You’re always on the lookout for new angles to help us get the most out of our Super Kitchen Machine and Best Friend in the Kitchen. I’ll be popping over to gobble up Sophia baking knowledge often!

  2. ThermomixBlogger Helene February 15, 2016 at 1:26 pm #

    Great to hear from you Madame — I guarantee you’ll enjoy Sophia’s recipes!

  3. Stacey February 15, 2016 at 7:24 pm #

    Thanks for reminding me! I have been wanting to make her lemon polenta cake for a while
    I’m just stuck on one elusive ingredient – instant polemta, I think requires a trip to the Italian specialty shop.

  4. ThermomixBlogger Helene February 15, 2016 at 7:32 pm #

    Hi Stacey — Ooh, that Polenta Cake does look good! I would bet you can make that with fine cornmeal. I find that any time I make polenta here in Canada with regular cornmeal it behaves quite “instantly”. I would give this a try if I were you. If you don’t like the result, just bring it over to my house… ;-)

  5. Robyn February 15, 2016 at 9:52 pm #

    So great to see some new faces in the thermomix blogging scene. Can’t wait to read this blog :)

  6. ThermomixBlogger Helene February 15, 2016 at 10:00 pm #

    Hi Robyn, thanks for visiting here! I think you are going to love the Thermomix Baking Blogger… I advise pouring yourself a nice beverage and settling in for a good read ;-)

  7. Stacey February 15, 2016 at 10:01 pm #

    I have regular polenta… I recall when I visited my cousn in the Italian alps she had some instant stuff and made a very quick polemta without all the boiling. Or can I harness the power of my machine to make my polemta finer? Or would cornmeal be a better option… hmmmm time to experiment I guess.

  8. Sophia February 15, 2016 at 11:23 pm #

    Hi all,

    Thanks for the lovely comments, I’m absolutely overwhelmed with joy :)

    You can certainly substitute fine cornmeal or regular polenta for instant polenta, it will definitely give you similar results.

    Lots of thermi baking love,



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