Making pancakes is a quick and easy task, but making them in your thermomix is quicker and easier than usual!  They are ready for cooking within 1 minute, although it is good for the batter to rest for at least 15 minutes if you have the time.



370g plain flour

3½ teaspoons baking powder

1 teaspoon salt

1 tablespoon sugar

1 egg

500g milk


Add all ingredients to thermomix bowl and mix for 10 seconds on speed 6

Place butter into heated pan and allow to melt

Pour batter into heated pan, I usually do one big pancake at a time, but you can do as many and as big as you like.  Wait for bubbles to appear on the surface of your pancake, then flip and cook the other side until lightly golden

Serve with maple syrup (our favourite), or strawberry jam or lemon juice and a sprinkle of sugar – Yum!!


Serves: 4

Approximate calories per serve: 430

Dippy Eggs

 Did you used to have dippy eggs with toast soldiers when you were a kid?  My kids love when I make them now, and it is so easy with the thermomix – no longer do you have to guess how many minutes to leave them on the stove for.  Perfect eggs every time!

Dippy Eggs



500g water



Place water in thermomix bowl and place eggs in the basket (the basket will fit about 7 large eggs)

Cook for 10 minutes at varoma temperature on speed 1

Cut off top of egg and place in egg cup and serve with toast soldiers

**This time gives perfect soft boiled eggs when the eggs are straight out of the fridge and into thermomix basket.

**For hard boiled eggs cook as above but for 14 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed 1

 Serves: 1

Approximate calories per serve: 139

(For 1 egg and 1 slice of multigrain toast – no butter)

By |April 1st, 2013|After School Snacks, Breakfasts, Main Meals|1 Comment

Blueberry & Almond Porridge

What do you have for breakky?  When I am trying to be healthy I like to cook porridge.  It fills me up, tastes great and it quick and easy to prepare.  Unfortunately my kids don’t really like porridge, so I quickly put my oats and water in the thermomix set is for 7.5 minutes then get the kids cereal ready.  What could be easier?

Blueberry and almond porridge


40 grams Oats
210 grams water
1 tablespoon blanched almonds
1/4 cup blueberries
Sprinkle of cinnamon
1/4 cup hi lo milk


Place oats and water into thermomix bowl and lock lid

Cook for 7.5 minutes at 100°C  reverse speed 2

Pour porridge into a bowl and top with blueberries, almonds and cinnamon.  Add  milk and serve

You can add honey or sugar, but I prefer mine just like this.


How do you like your porridge?


Approximate calories per serve: 315








By |January 20th, 2013|Breakfasts|1 Comment