23 gifts every Thermomix owner wants this Christmas

What every Thermomix owners would love to unwrap this Christmas Day

(apart from the glaringly obvious Cook Key)

 

Looking for a memorable and practical present to gift a Thermomix fan this Christmas? Panic no more – we’ve done extensive research and compiled the ultimate list of 23 gift ideas for you.

There’s something for every budget and you can be sure that each of them would be put to good use.

Please feel free to leave feedback, add to the list or make comments in the box below.

Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase after clicking through the link. Please understand that I recommend these companies and products because they are the kind of gifts I, and others I have surveyed, would like to receive, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something through my links. Please do not spend any money on these products unless you feel you need them or that they will be enjoyed by a fellow Thermomix fan.

 


1- Nut milk bags – £6.95

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Why we love these:

Do you know someone who’s dairy-free? These little bags enable you to make your own fresh and nutritious milk from almonds and other nuts in their Thermomix. Just pour blend into the bag, strain and squeeze and voila – just so easy! No mess, no fuss, delicious and healthy with very little effort.

2- Very sexy and accurate kitchen scales – £8.99

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Why we love this:

Yes, a Thermomix does have a weigh function which is fabulous, but sometimes, complete accuracy is needed and that’s when these little scales come in handy.

Very sexy, light, small and neat. Very accurate, easy to use and switch between weight variations. Everything you need from a kitchen scale really!

3- Silicone spatula – £11.99 for 4

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Why we love these:

Any Thermomix user will tell you – you can never have too many silicon spatulas. Mine are always in the dishwasher! These are excellent value for money and are so good as they are much more pliable and therefore reach into every bit of the bowl. This particular pack comes with 2 large spatulas and 2 small ones, all heat resistant. 

4- Thermispatula – £12 each

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Why we love these:

Absolutely one of my favourite kitchen tool. For a more upmarket spatula, specifically designed for Thermomix users, look no further. The design and the quality of these spatulas are second to none. It fits perfectly with the Thermomix bowl and scraps every crumbs out easily even with the blades in the way.

They come in 6 different gorgeous colours too. The hard bit is picking one (or two?!).

5- Cuisipro 3 in 1 funnel – £12

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Why we love this:

This is the only funnel anyone will ever need. The design is incredibly versatile, making this product so practical. The components screw securely with each other, which means that they are easily separated for a specific job. This funnel is a great partner to my Thermomix. It’s fantastic to fill jam jars, passata bottles, pepper mills, relishes, chutneys, sauces, infused oils and spice mixes. The design is so versatile, it works with pretty much any size jar or bottle. 

6- Silicone baking mats – £12.43 for 2

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Why we love these:

They are my best friends. Whether I make macaroons, bake sweet potato fries, or cookies, these mats are just perfect. Absolutely no oil or grease needed, they wash off easily. A great and much more cost effective alternative to using baking paper.

7- Dariole moulds – £13.90 for 6

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Why we love these:

They are just the perfect size for baking, setting, and plating sweet as well as savoury dishes. I’ve made very professional looking cupcakes in them, chocolate fondants, lava cakes, pana cotta, sticky toffee puddings and dauphinoise potatoes. Absolutely brilliant every time! Can not recommend them highly enough.

8- Vintage ceramic butter dish – £14.69

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Why we love this:

The chances are that the Thermomix fan you’re researching a present for, makes their own butter. It’s so easy, it’d be rude not to!

So how about a very stylish dish to help them store their freshly made butter? I mean, look at it, isn’t it gorgeous? The warm and creamy colour makes it blends perfectly with any kitchen.

9- TM Blade brush – £15

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Why we love these:

Absolutely not the most glamourous of present, granted! But where have these been all my Thermomix life? These magic little brushes will remove every last bit of food that might have got caught under the famous 4 blades, keeping them properly clean and making any Thermomix fan very very happy indeed! It will also avoid unwanted transfer of flavours between dishes – onion brownies anyone?

 

10- Beautiful, high quality Thermomix stickers – £15.90

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Brighten up someone’s Thermomix with this trendy design – colour-fast, waterproof and washable.

What I like about this particular one is that you can customise the board on the right again and again with different slogans. You can add your own sayings and change them at any time using a waterproof marker. Laughter and curious looks from friends and neighbours are guaranteed.

11- Natural linen country bread bag – £18.48

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Why we love this:

We love the design – just look at it, isn’t it gorgeous? And it happens to do exactly what it’s designed to do: keep bread fresher.

If you’re looking for a gift for a budding baker / a Paul Hollywood wannabe, then this is it!

12- Lekue bread maker – £18.99

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Why we love this:

Thermomix mixes and kneads the dough in minutes. That’s why we love our machine, right!? Now, all we need is another magic tool to help with the proving and baking… that’s when the Lekue Bread Makers comes in. A high-quality silicone bowl that then closes into a ‘bag’ for proving and baking! Very clever indeed. it cooks with a super crust as the ‘bowl ‘ acts like a cloche.

13- Thermi Servebowls – £19 for extra small / £29 for a large one

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Why we love these:

These fabulous insulated stainless steel bowls keep hot food hot and cold food cold for hours.

Imagine your delicious soup stays hot while you prepare the rest of the dinner. Equally, the marvellous ice cream you’ve lovingly prepared to take to your friend’s BBQ will arrive chilled to perfection and ready to be served! Picnic anyone?

The large, 4.2l, bowl is perfect for soups, sauce dish & curries. The smaller, 1.25l bowl is perfect for sauces and smaller starters.

14- Banneton bread proofing basket – £20

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Why we love this:

A ban… what? A banneton is a type of basket used to provide structure for shaped loaves of bread during proofing. Using a banneton will take your bread maker friends’ experience to a whole new level.

A great basket and the perfect present for your bread making friend and family!

15- The4blades magazine subscription – c. £30 (depending on exchange rate).

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Why we love this:

An awesome interactive digital magazine that brings you superb cooking ideas for your Thermomix. Every recipe is well thought-out, easy to follow and comes with superb photo inspiration. It comes all the way from Australia, where Thermomix is massively popular and caters for all kind of dietary requirements.

16- Cookbook and tablet holder – all in one – £29.78

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Why we love this:

Very sturdy and well-made product, we also love the stylish look.

17- Spinido Aluminium Ipad stand – £39.99

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Why we love this:

Superb and well made little product that does exactly what you need it to. Keeps your tablet away from dirty and messy kitchen worktops. Good height, solid and stylish. The aluminium design gives it a very nice premium feel.

18- The teatime bundle from Sophia, The Thermomix Baking Blogger – £49

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Why we love this:

Oh, how very British!

The Teatime Bundle is ideal for anyone looking to host the perfect afternoon tea party, or just make the most gorgeous looking bakes.

Teatime Bundle Includes:

  • It’s Teatime book – a stunning cookbook full of 70 recipes ranging from beautiful sandwiches to decadent cakes.
  • Rose gold loose bottom tart tin
  • Rose gold round springform cake tin

19- A bread baking starter bundle from Sophia, The Thermomix Baking Blogger – £49.90

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Why we love this:

Quite simply, it has everything a new bread maker could possibly wish for:

  • Large rose gold loaf tin
  • Bread proofing basket oval
  • Bread proofing basket round
  • Proofing basket lining round
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  • Bread storing bag
  • Bread proofing basket brush
  • Dough Scraper

20- Beautiful set of very good kitchen knives – £62.39

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Why we love these:

All a Thermomix owner needs to cook pretty much anything is a chopping board and a kitchen knife. Momo the Thermomix takes care of everything else.

Decent kitchen knives will, therefore, be very welcome. 

21- Not just any bread knife – £79

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Why we love this:

This is the mother of all bread knife and if it’s within your budget, then definitely go for it. You will make the recipient’s day. It is worth every penny. Very well made, beautiful looking and very sharp.

22- Thermomix Ergo Slide – £79 to £89

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Why we love this:

It’s very sturdy, looks very cool and comes in a wide variety of colours to suit any kitchen. This board will save on the wear and tear on the Thermomix scales, as well as the worktops. It should, in my opinion, come with the basic set.

23- For something shiny… how about an extra bowl?! – £159

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Why we love this:

It can’t go unmentioned that one of the most desired luxuries among Thermomix fans is “the second bowl”.

  • No more waiting for the bowl to be washed
  • Great if you have or know someone with allergies – keep one bowl completely away from nuts for example.
  • Perfect for when you need to grate cheese or mill sugar halfway through a recipe.
  • No more ‘onion flavoured custard’

 

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21 comments

  1. I ordered 2 Termispatulas (one for myself, one as a present) – wow. I have finally found THE perfect spatula. I am definitely keeping one, if not both – ah ah! Thank you

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  2. I always use kitchen scales and weigh outside of Thermomix – it’s a lot easier to adjust that way if I put too much in and also I can crack on with weighing ingredients when I am in the middle of a recipe.

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  3. Thanks for this list. I purchased a few of your suggestions. Can anyone tell me where to get the ergo slide in Canada?

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  4. This is a great roundup, thanks for sharing some wonderful ideas. I am hoping someone will get me an ergo slide. Hint hint 🙂

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  5. I am totally in love with these and since my mum loves baking I figured I might look on Pinterest for baking gifts! Now I have stumbled across your fab article! Thank you so much for sharing these, have a great day! xx

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  6. Love the ideas. Love, love, the site. Thinking about what to give to my friends sometimes makes me so confused, this list is very helpful. thnak you

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