Our family-friendly Thermomix dinner recipes are quick, easy and completely delicious! From classic beef lasagne to comforting pastas, meatballs to frittata, chow mein to winter warming soups... and so many more!
Using basic and budget-friendly ingredients, these recipes get the tick of approval from even the fussiest of eaters!
Thermomix Family Dinners
It's no secret that I absolutely LOVE using my Thermomix to make quick, easy and nutritious family dinners.
And when it comes to busy weeknights, I'm all for simple dinners that I know everyone will enjoy.
Here's a collection of my favourite (and most popular) Thermomix dinner recipes... I hope your family loves them just as much as mine does!
This one is an all-time favourite in our house! This recipe is suitable for freezing (which is super handy given it makes quite a big batch).
A Mexican inspired variation is such a fun twist on a traditional lasagne recipe. Made with taco mince, beans and cheese then served with avocado and sour cream... you will not believe how delicious it is!
Even the fussiest of eaters will love our kid-friendly chicken parma balls! They're delicious served on their own, or with pasta or mashed potato.
A nourishing and delicious soup that will keep you warm this winter! Serve with your favourite crusty bread for a simple and nutritious meal.
This is a Friday night 'fake-away' favourite in our house! And if you don't eat them all at once, simply pop any leftovers in the freezer for a quick mid-week meal.
If you're after a simple and budget friendly family dinner, then chow mein is exactly what you need! Noodles, mince and veggies combined in a delicious base make this a recipe a super tasty hit!
Such a comforting dish, and it really couldn't be any easier - trust me on this one! The corn kernels and hint of sweet chilli sauce adds that sweetness that kids love too....
Next time you're having a burger night, try our Thermomix beef burgers. Simply whip up the beef patty mixture in the Thermomix and cook them on the BBQ or frying pan. So simple and yummy - and fun for the kids to put together their own burgers too.
Our good old classic beef lasagne recipe is always a winner (and it's freezer-friendly!) Serve with a basic green salad for an easy midweek dinner. Any leftovers can be reheated perfectly for a quick lunch the next day as well!
Rich and creamy (but dairy-free), this Thai pumpkin soup makes a tasty change from traditional pumpkin soup with its Thai influenced flavours of coconut cream and lime juice.
This is our most popular zucchini slice recipe. It's such a great way to use up all those zucchini you may have when in season...... and any leftovers make a yummy lunch!
These turkey meatballs are so versatile! Add them to a salad for a light and healthy dinner, make them into wraps (the kids will love them!), or serve with mashed potato and beans... the options are endless!
This is such a great dinner for the whole family (including toddlers!) Mix and match with whatever veggies you have on hand, including the kids 'favourites'.
Japanese Chicken Curry
Just like your favourite Japanese takeaway... but homemade! Add ginger, soy sauce and Japanese mayo for the perfect finish.
Low calorie but bursting with flavour and goodness, this veggie packed soup is a 'winter winner' in our house. And budget friendly too!
So easy to mix the dough in your Thermomix, then simply roll out, add your spinach and feta filling and then cook on a BBQ grill or pan fry. Have a bowl of hummus or tzatziki on hand to dip in!
TIP: You can also add leftover roast lamb to the filling - YUM!
A great dish for 'meat-free Monday' (or any night really), and made using budget friendly ingredients. Perfect to pop some pieces in the freezer for 'grab and go' lunches too!
You can make these as individual pot pies, or as one large family pie - I think the individual ones are a little bit special though. A hearty, creamy filling topped with crispy pastry - so, so delicious!
Perfect for a light dinner and I can recommend they're a hit with toddlers as finger food too. I keep some in the freezer for those 'time-poor' days when you need something quick and easy - just grab out what you need and reheat.
A great comforting soup when winter veggies are abundant. All that's needed is a couple of other basic ingredients and in less than 30 mins you'll have a hearty, healthy soup.
Just like its counterpart, the traditional lasagne, this vegetarian lasagne is simple, comfort food at it's very best! Full of veggies and low fat ricotta and cheese, this is a delicious guilt-free meal to be enjoyed.
Some recipes just never go out of style! This simple egg & bacon pie is a '5 star' rated, most popular dish that can be enjoyed either hot or cold. Try it, I'm sure you'll agree!
"***** Made it the first time, I didn't have all the ingredients, but still tasted great!!!
Made it the second time, with all the ingredients - fantastic!!!
Thank you!" - another 5 star review.
Now these patties are a huge 'finger food' hit with toddlers, but are just as popular as a light and tasty family dinner served with a salad or vegetables. Budget friendly AND delicious!
Simple ingredients put together to make a 'no-fuss' enjoyable meal in no time. Whilst I love this served warm, it also makes a great dish for a picnic lunch as well (or breakfast!)
More Thermomix Dinner Recipes
For more Thermomix dinner recipes, browse our collection of main meal recipes here.
Thermomix Dinners Cookbooks
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