These nourishing, healthy and comforting Thermomix soups are the ultimate winter warming recipes.
Put your Thermomix to good use and save on time, effort and dishes - simply prepare and cook your favourite soups using just the one machine.
Forget chopping, grating, sauteeing, stirring and cooking by hand... the Thermomix will do it all for you!
With the weather well and truly freeeezing right now, there's no better time to start whipping up batches of healthy soups... and it couldn't be easier using your Thermomix!
From classic minestrone soup to hearty potato and leek soup, chicken soup and much more - there's something to satisfy every possible soup craving!
Note: All of these soup recipes can easily be made traditionally on a stove top if you don't have a Thermomix.
Table Of Contents
- Thermomix Minestrone Soup
- Thermomix Pumpkin Soup
- Thermomix Tomato Soup
- Thermomix Chicken, Corn & Noodle Soup
- Thermomix Creamy Zucchini Soup
- Thermomix Creamy Broccoli & Cauliflower Soup
- Thermomix Potato & Leek Soup
- Thermomix 20 Minute Chicken & Corn Soup
- Thermomix Carrot, Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Soup
- Thermomix Cauliflower Soup
- Thermomix Thai Pumpkin Soup
- Important Safety Tips For Cooking Soup In A Thermomix
- Storing, Freezing & Reheating Soups
- Thermomix Dinners Cookbooks
Thermomix Minestrone Soup
Everyone's favourite Italian winter warmer is so quick and easy to prepare using your Thermomix. It even cooks the macaroni (or pasta shells) at the same time. Chunky, hearty and a winner with the kids!
Thermomix Pumpkin Soup
Put your Thermomix to work and have it prepare a luscious, smooth and creamy pumpkin soup for you! Have it ready on the table in just 30 minutes.
Thermomix Tomato Soup
A low calorie Tomato Soup just bursting with fresh flavours! Full of carrots, celery and of course, tomatoes, this soup is the ultimate healthy way to boost your veggie intake. Great for work lunches!
Thermomix Chicken, Corn & Noodle Soup
Everyone's favourite Chinese take-out inspired Chicken, Corn & Noodle Soup is just so easy to make at home! Serve with homemade bread rolls or a crusty loaf on the side for a healthy and satisfying meal.
Thermomix Creamy Zucchini Soup
When it's cold outside and warm inside, it's the perfect time to whip up a healthy and nutritious winter soup. This recipe also freezes really well - so make a few big batches when zucchinis are abundant and freeze meals for up to 3 months.
Thermomix Creamy Broccoli & Cauliflower Soup
Oh, so very hearty and warming - a hug in a mug! With a crusty loaf of bread (slathered with butter, of course), a big bowl of this nutritious veggie packed soup is just the thing for the whole family. Sprinkle grated cheese and crispy bacon on top for extra indulgence!
Thermomix Potato & Leek Soup
A classic dish made with winter leeks, this Potato and Leek Soup makes a great light lunch or dinner, or 'bulk' it out with a batch of pies or sausage rolls as well - perfect for those footy nights!
Thermomix 20 Minute Chicken & Corn Soup
A thick and creamy Chinese chicken & corn soup recipe that tastes even better than your local Chinese takeout version! The drizzle of soy sauce on top adds extra sweetness - always a favourite with the kids.
Thermomix Carrot, Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Soup
Get your fix of essential vitamins here with this nutritious veggie packed soup! A budget friendly recipe that also freezes well - why not pop some individual serves in the freezer for work day lunches?
Thermomix Cauliflower Soup
A low carb, low calorie creamy soup made with NO cream! Here's the perfect cauliflower soup recipe for all of us who LOVE a creamy soup, (but don't want to actually use cream), to keep you toasty through those chilly winter evenings.
Thermomix Thai Pumpkin Soup
A dreamy Thai pumpkin soup, with a hint of curry, is packed full of flavour and is oh-so-delicious. Naturally vegan and gluten-free, it only requires a handful of simple ingredients to make. Top with some crunchy croutons, fresh coriander or chilli slices and a swirl of coconut milk for the ultimate indulgence....
Important Safety Tips For Cooking Soup In A Thermomix
While there's no doubt that the Thermomix machine makes preparing soups an absolute breeze, there are some important tips and safety precautions that you need to know before you get started:
- Do NOT exceed the MAX line - when cooking in the Thermomix, it's important to never exceed the MAX line (this is particularly important in the TM31 where the bowl is smaller than the TM5 and TM6). If you find that you're nearing the MAX line, simply decrease the amount of liquid stock or water used.
- Use the splatter guard or rice basket to prevent splatters - once your soup has reached boiling temperature, it will start to splatter through the MC (measuring cup) hole. To prevent this, simply remove the MC and place the splatter guard (newer models) over the top of the Thermomix lid. If using an older model, remove the MC and place the rice basket over the top of the lid.
- Allow the soup to cool slightly before pureeing - it can be dangerous to use the Thermomix at high speeds to puree while the soup is still hot. Allow it to cool slightly and then use the splatter guard/rice basket to prevent splatters. Start at Speed 1 and very slowly increase the Speed. If the machine starts to shake, turn the Speed down and increase even more slowly.
Storing, Freezing & Reheating Soups
Soups freeze and reheat perfectly, making them great options for meal planning or batch cooking.
Storing & Freezing
- Cool in the fridge before freezing - allow soups to cool completely in the fridge before placing into the freezer.
- Airtight containers - freeze your soup in airtight containers.
- Use within 3 months - frozen soups are best consumed within 3 months - however, they can be frozen for longer.
- Serving size - I like to freeze my soups in a combination of single serve and family size airtight containers. This makes is easier when grabbing out a single serve for lunch or a family size to feed everyone at dinner.
- Label your containers - after 3 months it can be difficult to know what kind of soup is hiding in your container just by looking at it. Labelling it takes the mystery out of knowing what kind of soup it is.
Soups can be reheated in either the microwave or on the stovetop.
When reheating soup:
- Reheat creamy soups on a low heat to avoid the cream from separating.
- Either place the soup into the fridge overnight to defrost before reheating, or you can reheat directly from frozen.
- Once soup has been defrosted and reheated, it shouldn't be re-frozen.
Thermomix Dinners Cookbooks
Our range of printed Thermomix dinners cookbooks are perfect for busy families! Filled with quick and easy, kid-approved meals, these cookbooks will take the stress out of meal planning!
Browse the value bundle here and save $$ - plus all printed cookbook orders come with free eBook versions emailed immediately upon purchase.
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