Thermomix Butter Mushrooms

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Creamy Butter Mushrooms

I say it all the time… but I LOVE mushrooms! This Creamy Butter Mushrooms Thermomix recipe is no exception.

This is a great, simple keto friendly Thermomix breakfast or lunch recipe. These delicious mushrooms pair really well with quite a few of the recipes in my soon to be released The Healthy Mix II.

They’re also amazing over baby spinach, zoodles or steak for a low carb meal.

Foraging for Mushrooms

I recently fell in love for foraging for mushrooms.

Hiking and foraging really helped me stay active and develop more of a healthy lifestyle after my spinal surgery. Please don’t just pick random mushrooms to eat though, it is extremely important that you find a professional in your area who will share their knowledge.

Don’t forget to leave me a comment on the blog if you cook these Creamy Butter Mushrooms, they really are a favourite of mine!

Love Nik xx

P.S. If you are like me and love mushrooms, you will love this collection of Thermomix mushroom recipes.What to make with mushrooms in your thermomix

Thermomix Butter Mushrooms

skinnymixer's Creamy Butter Mushrooms

These Creamy Butter Mushrooms are delicious on toast, steak, chicken.... anything really! Perfect for anyone watching their carb intake.
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Low Carb
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 246kcal


  • 1 clove of garlic - peeled
  • 100 g salted butter - cubed
  • 4 sprigs of fresh thyme leaves
  • 400 g Swiss brown mushrooms - sliced thickly (you can use other mushrooms, but I found Swiss the best for this)
  • 50 g cream - not pure cream, just your normal thickened cream or lower fat % cream
  • handful of fresh parsley - roughly chopped


  • Add garlic to mixer bowl. chop for 3 sec/speed 9/MC on. Scrape bowl down.
  • Add butter and thyme to mixer bowl. Cook for 2 min/100°C or 212°F/speed 1/MC off.
  • Add mushrooms and cook for 10 min/steaming temp/speed 1/MC off.
  • Add cream and cook for 3 min/100°C or 212°F/speed 1/MC off. Season with salt and pepper to taste. At this point, if the sauce is not thick enough for your liking you can either remove the mushrooms and continue to reduce the sauce on steaming temperature OR add 1/2 tsp corn flour and mix on speed 3. Stir through fresh parsley and serve.
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Serving: 110g | Calories: 246kcal | Carbohydrates: 0.8g | Protein: 3.9g | Fat: 25.2g | Saturated Fat: 16.3g | Sodium: 206mg | Sugar: 0.7g

Creamy Butter Mushrooms Thermomix Recipe

  1. I love how adaptable this recipe is . Halved it ( well more like 1/3rd)
    Used sour cream as no cream in the house . Served on toast with leftover pan fried sausage & onions .
    A squinkle of lemon juice over the top .
    Sunday Brunch for one in under 10 mins .

  2. 5 stars
    I have made this recipe a few times now and the last time I made it (today) I used a mix of mushrooms (mainly swiss brown) but I also added Pioppino, button and some coral. This sounds quite extravagant but I purchased a mixed box of Italian mushrooms from Damian Pike – The Mushroom Man at Prahran Market. This recipe is divine and it is a great way I get my 13 year old to eat mushrooms for her dinner. I made a chicken dish tonight to go with this and she asked could she be vegetarian today. She had half the quantity made with some rice. This is how good this recipe is. The mixed mushrooms worked very well. Nikalene you have done it again.

  3. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! We are making a point of trying all the recipes that we haven’t tried before and this was first on our list. It will now be added to regular rotation!

  4. 5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! Was so pleasantly surprised. Will definitely use this again! I added diced ham off the bone and spinach leaves at the end! Yum!

  5. Mine got all mushed up – I bought the sliced mushrooms – must have been sliced too thin. But still delicious and will make a great mix into a sauce on steak or risotto.

  6. 5 stars
    Served this over chicken schnitzel – absolutely delicious! Used mascarpone instead of thickened cream as it’s all I had, but worked well as it was a nice thick consistency to use as a sauce over the chicken. Thanks for another great recipe Nik!

  7. Holy crap this was amazing.
    You have turned a steak into a gourmet meal.
    Thank you for your recipes

  8. Can this sauce be blended? My very fussy daughter (19) has asked for gnocchi for dinner and gave me 3 choices of sauces, one of them being mushroom, as long as there are no big chunks! Now myself and husband love mushrooms and I know my daughter likes the taste of mushrooms just not the texture so wondered if this sauce would work blended? Thank you

  9. Made this for the first time last night – added fresh spinach leaves when cooked so they wilted in and mixed in – absolute delish/!!

  10. I have cooked this recipe a number of times now. I’v Found my favorite mushrooms to use are an exotic mix and/or pasta mix. The more different flavors and textures of mushies the better! Have had on own and zucchini noodles with Parmesan cheese on top which is delicious. But my favorite has to be mixed through pasta. Yum!

  11. Omg Nik!!! How is this so amazing?! Yum yum yum!!!
    I subbed out fresh thyme for 1/2 tsp dried. So so good!

  12. These are fantastic, suburb, amazing and delicious. Halved the recipe and used coconut cream to stay dairy free. Yum!

  13. Oh my Buddha! These are absolutely amazing! At this stage I’ve just eaten them straight out of the jug lol! The sauce consistancy was perfect. I’m the only lover of mushrooms in our house so this is perfect – it’s all for me!!

  14. Just made this for a quick breakfast, omg! This is amazballs. I made it with Portabello and it was incredible

  15. This is possibly the most delicious thing I’ve ever eaten – so incredibly tasty! I have tried it on its own and with zoodles so far, but I can’t wait to try it on top of a juicy steak. I love all of your recipes but this is my favourite so far. Thanks for sharing your insane understanding of flavour and epic thermomix skills with us Nik.

  16. Served these with my husbands perfectly cooked eye fillet steaks. Simply amazing!!! Plenty left over so topped on eggs for breakfast the next morning and then the last of them stirred through taco mince for dinner the next night.

  17. These were delicious! We had them served over our Pork that was crumbed in coconut & Parmesan. great combination.

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