video tutorial: How to make butter with Thermomix

If you’ve wondered about how to make butter with Thermomix and haven’t dared try it alone… it’s time to jump in and give it a go! Thanks to Australia’s self-proclaimed “Thermovixens” Megs and Cass, we now have a full on video tutorial to help master the art of making healthy butter at home.

Aren’t they cute? (Don’t you just want to pinch those happy cheeks!) Watch as darling dairymaids Megs and Cass step off the Thermovixens Facebook page and onto the YouTube stage with a helpful tutorial on “How to make butter with Thermomix”.

Even seasoned Thermomix fans will enjoy meeting these two enthusiasts and we can all benefit from the tips and reminders offered here.

Those of us watching from outside Australia may work at keeping up with the quick speech and Aussie accent, but don’t fret — the visuals clearly show all necessary steps. Use this video together with the instructions in the basic cookbook included with the purchase of your Thermomix and you’re set to go. Impress your family, friends, and best of all — yourself — with healthy spreadable home made butter.

Thank you Thermovixens — this is a great first video tutorial for Thermomix fans. We hope to see more from you soon ;-)

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See 4 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

  1. Nora July 21, 2012 at 3:24 am #

    Thanks for the video Helene and Thermovixens! Now more than ever, I want to try to make butter in Thermomix (yes, never tried!). Seems like dead easy so why wait?

  2. Georgia March 18, 2013 at 9:00 pm #

    How long will the butter last in the fridge? :-)

  3. ThermomixBlogger Helene March 24, 2013 at 3:05 pm #

    Hi Georgia — I recommend you aim to use this fresh home-made butter within about two weeks.

  4. sandra October 14, 2014 at 3:40 pm #

    Ok, so I’ve tried this exact video recipe twice and it failed miserably both times. I tried it with whipping cream and also with half & half, both did not make butter. The first time I tried it, I mixed it for 5 minutes – still liquid. The second time I mixed for 10 minutes, still liquid. Not sure what the secret is here, but could somebody please clarify which “cream” is to be used for best results, & what possibly could have gone wrong on two occassions? PS. I was using organic creams, which shouldn’t make any difference at all, but I thought I would add that just in case. Thank you! :)