Trade up your Thermomix

Trade-up your Thermomix for a brand new TM6

Have you been wanting to trade in your Thermomix to get the new TM6 in your kitchen? You will be happy to know that the trade-up offer is coming next month!

The trade-up offer will be running for a limited time, from 14-28 February 2022.

During this time you can return your TM21, TM31 or TM5 and trade up to the TM6 for $1999. You can find out how the trade-up offer works and register your interest here. Make sure you enter your consultant’s details so they can support you with your TM6. If you no longer have a consultant you can enter “Natasha Quintanilla” and I will be happy to support you.

ThermoCat loves My-Thermomix Recipe Platform

ThermoCat loves the Thermomix Recipe PlatformThe new My-Thermomix Recipe Platform is now up and running! The Recipe Platform brings you digital recipes which you can access anywhere, anytime.

You can register for access by clicking on this link here and then follow the steps below to get set up.

1.Click register here and enter your email address and create a password
2. Click the link in the email you receive to activate your account
3. Sign in and enter your details

4. Select your Thermomix model and enter your serial number (if you haven’t received your machine yet you can click skip this for now)
Don’t know the serial number for your machine?
TM5 owners can find their serial number by going into Menu>Settings>About Thermomix
TM31 owners can find their serial number on the base of their machine.

5. You will receive a welcome gift. The Thermomix Favourites digital collection feature 10 popular Thermomix recipes.

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Easter Cooking Class 11 & 15 March 2016


The Cooking with Thermomix (Easter Edition) cooking class has been announced and will be held in Canning Vale Friday 11 March and in Atwell Tuesday 15 March.

The menu for this exciting new cooking class includes:

  • Ginger Beer
  • Fruit and nut muesli
  • Hot cross buns
  • Hazelnut chocolate spread
  • Beetroot, Parmesan and cashew dip
  • Spiced Moroccan lentil soup
  • Chocolate custard

Click this link for the Canning Vale cooking class flyer with full event details.
Click this link for the Atwell cooking class flyer with full event details.

This class is suitable for both Thermomix owners (TM31 and TM5) and non-owners.

Email me at to secure your place as these cooking classes are guaranteed to sell out!

Find the next cooking class in your area here.

ThermoCat loves the BBL set


ThermoCat is shouting with joy because she is so excited about the Bowl, Blade and Lid (BBL) set host reward!

Imagine having a second BBL set to keep cooking while you have yoghurt cooling or dough proving in your other bowl. Or doing a big cook up and not being slowed down by washing up. Or using one bowl just for savoury dishes (like curry) and one for all of your sweet creations.

You will be able do whatever you want with your second BBL set thanks to the highly anticipated BBL set host reward. This exclusive host reward is available to TM5 and TM31 owners from 12 January to 15 February 2016. Continue reading

Self clean

TMX TIPS_Self Clean

There are so many things to love about your Thermomix and the self clean function is definitely one of them!

The self clean function is perfect to use after you have made something sticky in your Thermomix like fresh dough.

All you need to do is pour enough water into the mixing bowl to cover the blades.

Add a tiny drop of detergent (a little goes a long way!)

Mix on speed 5 and press reverse on and off a few times.

If you need to clean under the lid then press turbo a couple of times.

Rinse under clean water and you’re done!

Roasted seedy nut butter

This recipe from the Something for Everyone cookbook has to be the best nut butter I’ve tasted!

The variety of nuts and seeds makes this healthy alternative to peanut butter full of extra nutrients like calcium, folate, B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, and iron.


Roasting the nuts and seeds before blending them really brings out all of the flavours.

This recipe has rice malt syrup or honey as an optional ingredient so I skipped it and I honestly don’t think it needed the sweetener.

It can also be made nut free if you double the amount of seeds and omit the nuts.

Contact your consultant to get your own copy of the cookbook or buy online here.

Want to taste some of the recipes from the Something for Everyone cookbook? Click the link about the upcoming Something for Everyone cooking class.

Something for Everyone Cooking Class 16 October 2015


The special edition cooking class featuring recipes from the Something for Everyone cookbook is back!

The menu for this exciting cooking class includes:

  • Pina colada sorbet
  • Morning sunshine breakfast smoothie
  • Wholemeal blueberry scones
  • Roasted eggplant dip
  • Roasted seedy nut butter
  • Broccoli salad
  • Zucchini, pea and mint soup
  • Prune and walnut brownies
  • Cheese cut out biscuits
  • Chia and pepita gluten free loaf

Click this link to see the flyer with full menu and event details.

This class is suitable for both Thermomix owners (TM31 and TM5) and non-owners.

Email me at to secure your place as this cooking class is guaranteed to sell out!

Find the next cooking class in your area here.

Spatula Care

TMX TIPS_Spatula

It can be quite easy to get nicks and cuts along your spatula. Especially if you are scraping the food in the bowl in an anti-clockwise motion. This causes the spatula to come into contact with the sharp side of the blade.

To avoid nicks and cuts along your spatula:

  • always use your spatula in a clockwise motion
  • only make contact with the blunt side of the blade

Raw Chocolate

IMG_4852I absolutely love this recipe for dairy free raw chocolate from Quirky Cooking! Use it for chocolate molds or make a tray of chocolate bark like I did.


It is so simple to make and only requires the few ingredients shown above. You can get creative and add what ever you have in your cupboard. Add some dried fruit or nuts or some shredded coconut or goji berries – listen to your taste buds 🙂


This chocolate recipe is also great for chocolate covered strawberries. Just dip each strawberry into the chocolate and then place in the freezer until it sets. Yum!

Click this link to get the recipe.



Did you know the scales sensors are in the rubber feet located on the base of your Thermomix?

Here are some simple tips to look after your scales – which has to be my favourite function of my TMX!

Always sit your TMX on a flat, solid, stable surface avoiding any joins in your benchtop

Always lift your TMX if you need to move it.
Or you can keep it on a board that you can move around you kitchen benchtop 🙂

Always ensure the feet are clean – just ONE crumb can affect the scales

Always check the power cable is fully extended and not leaning on any part of your machine