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Swedish Meatballs all-in-One Thermomix

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Swedish Meatballs all-in-One Thermomix

I think this Swedish Meatballs All-in-One Thermomix recipe is one of my favourite recipes from The Healthy Mix IV cookbook. Traditional Swedish pork and beef meatballs, swimming in a rich gravy and served with a sweet jam on the side is a great excuse to visit your local Swedish furniture shop.

I believe I have mastered this all-in-one meal that will ultimately save you money and is a healthier option with no added preservatives, additives and flavourings.

 

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Swedish Meatballs all-in-One Thermomix
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5 from 2 votes

THMIV: Swedish Meatballs All-in-One Thermomix Dinner

The Swedish Meatballs from The Healthy Mix IV are incredibly tasty AND is an All-in-One Thermomix recipe... could they get any better?
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time40 mins
Author: Skinnymixers
Recipe type: All-in-one
Cuisine: Family, Healthy
Keyword: Dairy Free, Egg Free, Freezer Friendly, Gluten Free, LCHF, Low Fodmap, Paleo, Thermomix
Servings: 6

Ingredients

  • frozen cranberries or raspberries
  • honey
  • breadcrumbs
  • pork mince
  • beef mince
  • egg
  • onion powder
  • dried parsley
  • allspice
  • white pepper
  • nutmeg
  • beef stock concentrate
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Dijon mustard
  • green beans
  • thickened cream or coconut cream
  • cornflour or xanthan gum
  • white potatoes
  • butter
  • cream

Instructions

Notes

This recipe has variations to make it Dairy Free, Low Carb/Super Skinny, Paleo, Low Fodmap & Halved.
Tried this recipe?Mention @skinnymixer or tag #skinnymixers!
Nutrition Facts
THMIV: Swedish Meatballs All-in-One Thermomix Dinner
Amount Per Serving (305 g)
Calories 363 Calories from Fat 1074
% Daily Value*
Fat 119.3g184%
Saturated Fat 7.3g46%
Sodium 616mg27%
Carbohydrates 16.6g6%
Sugar 5.1g6%
Protein 28.4g57%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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  1. 5 stars
    Skinnymixers Swedish Meatballs from the Healthy Mix IV have the tick of approval in this household. 🤤

    The mash is a rustic mash so not smooth but delicious and buttery. I made it with coconut cream. Took a bit longer to get the beans and potatoes soft. Maybe because I used new potatoes and fresh beans. Was worth it.

    I was waiting with a bit of trepidation for the reaction from hubby to the cranberry jam. I didn’t even get to ask before he said how good it was.

    I made the thicker gravy. Meatballs made with Tupperware snack press and then made in the air fryer.

    First time using Thermomix for mash. First time using snack press. Couldn’t think of a better introduction…

    Except maybe the Bliss Balls. Still to try them.

  2. Absolutely delicious.
    Would of given it a 5/5 if I could find frozen cranberries and my mash wasn’t glue.

    I have NEVER had success with mash in the thermi.
    Does anyone have any tips? Followed the instructions per book.

    1. Woolworths and Costco sell packs of frozen cranberries.

      With the mash, I’m no expert, being new to it myself however, I think the key here is not over blending. It’s meant to be a rustic mash so not smooth but delicious and buttery. I did mine the two turns and it was good. Some recommend just the one lot of blending. Mine seemed a bit too chunky on one lot. See what you think.

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