Looking back on the year that was 2016 in healthy Thermomix recipes, we’d like to thank every single Skinnymixer that helped build the Skinnymixers community and shared our recipes with friends and family. Thank you for helping us make Skinnymixers so special and we look forward to sharing more healthy Thermomix recipes in 2017. These are the ‘Top 10 Most Popular Skinnymixers Recipes’ from skinnymixers.com.au.
#10 Rustic Shepherds Pie – 107,033 hits
The Rustic Shepherds Pie is a family favourite. Simple, classic flavours that is sure to be popular with fussy eaters (young and old). You can easily adapt this recipe to add extra vegetables or make it low carb with the addition of cauliflower mash.
You can also freeze portions for a fast mid-week. Simply pop into the freezer after adding the mash on top and bake in the oven when ready to eat.
The Red Pesto Chicken Salad was released just in time for Christmas 2015. If you haven’t cooked this amazing salad, quickly make up a batch of Red Pesto asap.
Delicious warm or cold, this filling summer salad is full of flavour and is an impressive addition to any BBQ.
If you have any leftover roast vegetables, you can take this salad to the next level by replacing the potato with roasted sweet potato. Other variations popular with the Skinnymixers community is replacing chicken with tuna or using any vegetables that you have available in the fridge.
It’s hard to believe that the Chunky Bolognese isn’t higher up on the list as it is cooked regularly in many households. If you have previously attempted a Spaghetti Bolognese in the Thermomix and haven’t loved the results, then you need to try this recipe.
These Choc Chip Oat Bars make going back-to-school a breeze. Low in sugar, nut free and flexible to add your own flavour variations. Check out the different flavour variations for the Choc Chip Oat Bars here.
Tip:You can cook these in bite size muffin tins and then pop them into a container in the freezer. Then add one into the kids lunchbox frozen each morning and they should be defrosted by morning tea.
The ultimate ‘hide as many vegetables as possible’ Thermomix meal. This recipe is popular with all the mums of fussy eaters. Give it a go and see if it is popular in your household. If your child doesn’t like the taste of cheese or prefers different cheeses, try different cheese combos.
Some other clever Skinnymixers have made the Macaroni Cheese with a Twist into frittatas perfect by following similar directions to the Risotto Frittatas with a Twist and adding egg to the cooled mix and baking in muffin tins.
Whether your family likes them extra mild or perhaps with chicken instead of sausages, there will definitely be arguments over the leftovers. For those that meal prep, this meal freezes and defrosts perfectly and is incredibly budget friendly.
Could the number #1 recipe be anything else than “The Butter Chicken”?
If you are new to the world of Skinnymixers or Thermomix, don’t be put off by the long ingredients list, set aside an afternoon and read through the comprehensive Butter Chicken FAQs if you are nervous. This recipe has been the reason for quite a few thermal cooker purchases. You won’t be disappointed to give it a go 🙂