Traditional vs Digital: The Perfect Sugar Thermometer

Traditional vs Digital: The Perfect Sugar Thermometer

What makes the Thermapen the best thermometer to use when working with sugar? How is it better than an old fashioned sugar thermometer? Is it worth the extra money just for a sugar thermometer? Today we’re weighing up traditional vs digital sugar thermometers. You’ve guessed 

A Spotlight on Baked: Cake with A Cause with Thermapen

A Spotlight on Baked: Cake with A Cause with Thermapen

In today’s blog we are putting a spotlight on a wonderful local business that are passionate both about baking and their community. Here at Thermapen we love to get involved with other local businesses and events such as helping out at the local high schools 

Little Sunny Kitchen & Thermapen: Pink Latte with Italian Meringue

Little Sunny Kitchen & Thermapen: Pink Latte with Italian Meringue

Today we’re sharing the most stunning latte recipe we have ever seen! Diana from Little Sunny Kitchen has created the most picturesque and delicious (obviously) pink latte topped with Italian meringue – and she is sharing the recipe with you lucky lot! Using a thermometer 

Homemade Churros and Chocolate Sauce with Thermapen

Homemade Churros and Chocolate Sauce with Thermapen

Warning: It will be hard to read this blog without drooling excessively! Churros are a delicious sweet snack that originates from Spain and Portugal. Traditionally they are served with a chocolate or caramel sauce and black coffee. We can imagine it now – soaking up 

How To: Homemade Seville Orange Marmalade

How To: Homemade Seville Orange Marmalade

‘Tis the season for Seville oranges, so get your preserving pan and Thermapen at the ready to make some fabulous Marmalade! Seville oranges arrive and then disappear from UK shops in the blink of an eye, so you have to be on the look out 

Halloween Toffee Apples Using A SuperFast Thermapen

Halloween Toffee Apples Using A SuperFast Thermapen

October 31st brings with it not only fun parties, trick or treaters and scary movies but also a ton of delicious Halloween inspired recipes! One mouth-watering icon of Halloween is the famous toffee apples. A sweet and crunchy apple is covered in an even sweeter 

Mary Cadogans’ Plum Jam with Star Anise and Orange

Mary Cadogans’ Plum Jam with Star Anise and Orange

Jam on toast is a heart warming dish that many of us enjoy on a Sunday morning with a cup of tea. Whether it’s strawberry, apricot or plum, the best jam is always homemade. So today we have Mary Cadogan sharing her plum jam recipe 

How to Make Trendy Cocktails Using Sous Vide

How to Make Trendy Cocktails Using Sous Vide

In the past year we have seen a huge rise in the number of people drinking cocktails and infused spirits. In 2016 annual gin sales rose 16% leading the drink industry to declare 2016 the “year of gin”. This trend looks set to continue with 

Cooking Homemade Custard Using A SuperFast Thermapen

Cooking Homemade Custard Using A SuperFast Thermapen

As the trees slowly show signs of the Autumn months upon us we start to think about cosy warm dishes such as a nice roast dinner followed by apple pie and homemade custard. Many people might feel intimidated by cooking their own custard, however our 

Tempering Chocolate – Featuring SuperFast Thermapen 4 & Melt Chocolates

Tempering Chocolate – Featuring SuperFast Thermapen 4 & Melt Chocolates

What is tempering and why should you do it? We got Edd Kimber ( winner of the first series of The Great British Bake Off in 2010) to tell us what it does: “It’s a process that makes chocolate set properly, so that it’s smooth