Thermomix Christmas recipes for festive times

see how Thermomix helped my Christmas 2009

see how Thermomix helped my Christmas 2009

see how Thermomix helped my Christmas 2009
Thermomix Christmas recipes updated November 2013

I’ve been making Thermomix Christmas recipes since 2009. Each year as I prep meals, linger at table and celebrate that which brings us together, other Thermomix fans from around the world take time to check for recipes on this blog. Thanks again to all who drop by to spend a little precious holiday time in these pages — your virtual visits make us feel closer.

Not just for Thermomix Christmas —  these recipes on SuperKitchenMachine.com can be used for any festive occasion

As an avid Thermomix fan I believe that Thermomix users comprise a warm global family that enjoys sharing the pleasures of cooking with a super kitchen machine that is unlike any other. (It’s a family you ‘choose’ by visiting this blog and others like it.) I believe we all enjoy improving the health and happiness of those closest to us to the best of our abilities. The Thermomix ‘family’ enjoys sharing ideas and support, fun and food.

Yes, I unabashedly maintain that people who use Thermomix have more fun in the kitchen. If you disagree… feel free to let me know. And if you agree — we can all raise a virtual glass: by visiting the facebook page, following on twitter, subscribing by email, or following on Pinterest.

Thanks again to Thermomix fans everywhere for another fun-filled year of blogging about the super kitchen machine we love best. Let’s spread this festive spirit –> feel free to comment about festive recipes being made in your own Thermomix kitchen…

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See 10 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

  1. Mara November 24, 2010 at 2:21 am #

    I agree that we have more fun. We can always do things by hand, if we want to BUT with tmx we do all that fussy/showy/simply difficult or time-consuming stuff we so much love without stress. Because we get to cook a lot more, we have a lot more fun.

  2. ThermomixBlogger Helene November 24, 2010 at 11:55 am #

    This is right on Mara! Thanks for saying it so well.

    It’s so very true. Those of us who enjoy cooking have the chance to enjoy it even more when Thermomix is in the kitchen. But… you really do have to use the super kitchen machine in a hands-on situation to understand this concept. People have to experience it for thermselves, it’s not something easily ‘believed’ from reading a page on a blog, is it? This is why I am SO appreciative of all the consultants who enable tangible trials for people who are curious about Thermomix. Without these demonstrators, Thermomix would not be so popular around the world.

  3. Meggy November 25, 2010 at 12:41 am #

    MMM i am on the hunt for a perfect pannetone so i can convert to TMX.
    I am going to make some of my superquick icecream – posted on Thermomix facebook.
    I will definitely be making the amazing chocolate salami and heaps of other Xmas giftables!

  4. ThermomixBlogger Helene November 25, 2010 at 10:39 pm #

    Did you find your Pannetone recipe yet? I know there are a few people experienced in it… and the recipes are floating around somewhere. It’s such fun to use Thermomix in preparing all the special things we love to serve at festive times. I get so excited, I can hardly sleep!

  5. Erica November 20, 2011 at 5:01 pm #

    A friend asked me for a Thermomix Panettone recipe on the weekend and I found this one by Steph Berg:
    http://www.stephberg.com/?p=258
    I’m going to give it a go this Christmas. Looks very yummy!

  6. ThermomixBlogger Helene November 20, 2011 at 11:10 pm #

    Thanks Erica — this is a great idea!

  7. Mara November 30, 2011 at 11:36 am #

    Well, in Spain there’s no Christmas without marzipan and, since I still have a gallon of invert sugar left (that is, about a cup) I will be making plenty of that and shape some marzipan figurines for my kids and nephews this year. I’m also thinking about giving mantecados a try, which are another traditional Christmass delicacy made with almonds.

  8. Nora November 30, 2011 at 12:26 pm #

    Thanks Helen for compiling these great recipes for Christmas. I actually plan on making some chicken liver paté for a starter so it’s brilliant that you have a wonderful one in here…

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