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Thermomix TM6 Vegan

Thermomix Vegan Class

Recording of our team Thermomix® Vegan Cooking Class in January 2021.

It was lovely to share with you some of our vegan favourites with you – we’re sure you’ll agree that life is when you get together and share your love and passion for food.

Recipes we cooked today include:

Turmeric Wellness Shots

Thai Broccoli and Spinach Soup

Vegan Pesto

Plant-Based Parmesan

Healthy Chocolate Mousse

Our Thermomix January offers are available 31st January 2021. Our recommendations are the following which is available online to buy. Three- years extended warranty for just £49. This is an Advisor exclusive so can only be purchased via an Advisor. If you already one, then please do go back to your Advisor. If you don’t, then please do get in touch and I will gladly assign one of my team to look after you.

Have you booked a Cooking Experience with your Advisor yet to claim your free host gift? You can even do this virtually and still invite friends to enjoy the cooking fun. This month you could even earn the Plant-based Kitchen cookbook, just for hosting a virtual demonstration and invite 3 friends to attend. (See host gift attached)

If you’d like to start spreading the Thermomix® love, please speak to your Advisor about how to become an Independent Thermomix® Advisor yourself. Customers make the very best Advisors! If it’s not for you, don’t forget to recommend your Advisor to your friends and family if they’d like to see the Thermomix® for themselves.

As I mentioned, we train every week on a Wednesday at 11 am and have the opportunity to either Earn and Demonstration to get a Thermomix TM6 or if you already have a Thermomix TM6, then you can start on our new owner’s program which starts in February. Lockdown and COVID have never been a better time to join the business with remote training, remote cooking demonstrations and remote classes!

We look forward to seeing you at the next Cooking Class.

If you would like to book a demonstration or find out more, please contact me on or call/text/ WhatsApp me on 07977 563537.


Thermomix to the rescue – second lockdown

Whether you are a home cook or an experienced chef in the kitchen, we are all cooking far more than at home. We know meal times bring people together (especially in lockdown) but the act of feeding may have become an inconvenience rather than a way to relax and unwind. So why make life harder for yourself, Thermomix to the rescue.

I love to cook, it’s how I initially bought a Thermomix and why I became an Advisor. To share my love of food and cooking and how easy it can be with this kitchen robot. But my last 12-years in this business has shown me how different people have different reasons for purchasing a Thermomix.

Some love cooking, like me. Some hate it. Some want to be more creative in the kitchen. Some want time savings or cost savings. Others simply want to increase their knowledge in the kitchen. Most bought for a reason that was more emotive than practical.

But wow how things have changed. COVID 19 and the first lockdown was hard enough. Having to cook three meals a day, every day while keeping the menu exciting, nutritious, and delicious – who would have thought that would even be a thing?! and yet it is so important to support our own, and our families, physical and mental wellbeing. Which is a thing, a big thing in today’s world.

The beauty of a Thermomix is that it is a smarter way, to cook and meal plan. People are just realising this but some of us have known this secret for a while.

Thermomix changes you. A Thermomix changes the way one cooks and plans. I always thought we had a balanced diet (I’m a slight control freak with nutrition) until I realised we were heavy on chicken, minced beef, and salmon (I’m a mother to young kids, remember). But with Cookidoo, I was suddenly able to plan white fish, lamb, and pork dishes into our fortnightly meal plans, hide oily fish in pates and spreads, sneak tofu into smoothies and avocado in my frozen fruit.

Also,  more surprisingly, has injected the joy back into my kitchen.

Of course, everyone is skeptical at first, I definitely was. I denied myself seeing a demonstration for over 3-years as I didn’t believe my sister-in-law that one kitchen appliance could really do all she claimed it could. For those of you, like me, who had never heard of the Thermomix….it’s basically the Ferrari of kitchen gadgets. This can make light work of everything. Stir, mix, emulsify, chop, blend, grind, cook, heat, steam, weigh, whip, and knead. And I bought my first TM before the digital era came along.

Guided cooking. Thousands of recipes are available via the Cookidoo platform providing endless culinary inspiration. Think of guided cooking as your personal commis chef prompting you with the ingredients to add, how much to add, when to add it, and then doing all the chopping and cooking for you with successful results guaranteed. I mean, yes, please! There are over 60,000 recipes available at your fingertips and every week, in every country this number increases as new collections are added.

It’s a running family joke that when I finally did see a demonstration, I bought on the spot and realised what I had been missing all those years. Within months, I was demonstrating purely because I needed to share this revelation with everyone. This kitchen robot really did transform how I cook, save me time, restore kitchen creativity, and see me turning out nutritious, healthy, no added nasties, tasty new dishes every day.

So 2 weeks into the second lockdown, it is saving me again and I believe there’s no need to struggle when Thermomix is there to rescue us. Coronavirus and lockdown have impacted our daily lives. As we get to the end of the year, there is general fatigue amongst my friends. Most of my friends are already owners but it was funny when the other day when speaking to a friend about her trials and tribulations, the conversation steered towards how much joy her Thermomix gave her. The fact that food gives us the nourishment we need to go on, but can also create lasting memories when we want to entertain or celebrate can be a beautiful thing. The Thermomix is not just for lockdown but for the long-term.

If you would like to find out more, I would love to share my passion with you. Contact me to join in one of my many virtual demonstration and cooking experiences I am doing every week. It could help you, so please do get in touch.

And remember, keep safe, keep going, we will all get through this.

Liquid Soap

Making liquid soap from a bar is a simple life hack that takes substantially less time and uses fewer tools and ingredients than you think.

You can stretch a single bar of soap into a few bottles of liquid suds using a quick DIY process. Making liquid soap from a bar is a simple life hack that takes substantially less time and whilst ‘liquid soaps’ may be harder to find in the supermarkets there are plenty of bar soaps in stores. All it takes is around 10 minutes of prep time, a few supplies, and you’re ready to make your first batch.

Thank you to one of my Thermomix customers for sending me this recipe from the wonderful Petra of The Road to Loving my Thermomix.


  • 120g soap bar, cubed
  • 1200g of water


  1. Blitz soap bar on speed 5, slowly working up to speed 8 until fine.
  2. Melt at 80 degrees, speed 2 for 2 minutes or until melted. Some people find they need to increase the temp and speed slightly. If its not melting increase to 90 degrees, speed 3. Add a little of the water to help the process.
  3. Continue to mix at 80 degrees, speed 2 whilst pouring water slowly in to the bowl through the hole in the lid.
  4. Continue to mix for 2 mins or until nice and smooth.
  5. It will look like milky water. Don’t panic like I did. I almost threw it out thinking I put too much water in.
  6. Pour into a big bowl.
  7. Now leave it for the day.
  8. As time goes on it thickens. Just keep giving it a stir every hour or so. Its not essential to stir hourly, just regularly.
  9. I bottled mine after approximately 12 hours. Keep any extra in a bottle in a cool dark spot until needed.
  10. If you find it’s too thick just pop it back into the TM Bowl and blitz on speed 8 for 30-60 secs. That will smooth it out again.
  11. Thin with a little water if needed

Disclaimer – Thermomix® is a cooking appliance intended to be only used for food preparation.

However, the recipes here are things I do with my own Thermomix.  I also have multiple Thermomixes and TM bowls, so I can safely use separate bowls for making these without any cross-contamination. I also clean the bowls thoroughly with soap, then vinegar, and finally run it through the dishwasher to ensure that it is thoroughly clean before making a food recipe in my bowl. If in any doubt, don’t make them.