These Thermomix Smoothies are the perfect way to start your day. They are quick and easy to make and the whole family will love them.
We love these breakfast smoothies in our house. We love them so much we have been having them multiple times a week for around 10 years (that's ever since I've had my Thermomix)!
Before I had a Thermomix, I used to make them in a blender, but it is so much quicker and easier with the Thermomix where you can weigh the ingredients directly into the Thermomix bowl.
They are so delicious, and I love that they are an easy way to encourage the kids to add more fruit to their diet. I love sending them off to school knowing that they have already consumed a good portion of their five-a-day.
Why you'll love this recipe
- It's a healthy and flavourful way to start your day.
- The smoothies are quick and easy to make and the whole family will love them.
- The recipe is super versatile and adaptable depending on your preferences and what you have in your fridge.
The beauty of these breakfast smoothies is that they are so versatile and the recipe is so adaptable.
This means you can change up these simple ingredients to suit what you have in your fridge, what flavours you like or what you feel like on the day.
Exact measurements are provided in the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
This Thermomix smoothie recipe uses the following ingredients
- Fruit - for best results use frozen fruit. You can buy pre-prepared frozen fruit in the supermarkets, or you can chop and prepare it ahead of time yourself. The combination of fruit is up to you - in this recipe, I have included banana, mango, pineapple, blueberries and strawberries. But as long as you use a total of 400g of fruit, you can use any fruit (or vegetables) you like.
- Yoghurt - I prefer to use Greek yoghurt, as I love the flavour and thickness of it. It also contains more protein and less sugar than regular yoghurt. But you can use any yoghurt you have in your fridge.
- Chia Seeds - these are optional. I like to throw them in for the additional nutritional benefits they provide. You could also add flaxseed.
- Coconut water - I like to use coconut water as I love the subtle flavour it brings to the smoothie. You can also use orange juice or any other juice you have in the fridge. You could also experiment with different dairy-free milks, such as almond milk, soy milk or oat milk.
Other things to add to smoothies
As I have said, smoothies are really adaptable and there are so many things you can add to them. Here are some popular additions:
- Greens - to make a green smoothie, you can add in some spinach or kale.
- Vegetables - other popular vegetables in smoothies include avocado, beetroot, carrots and cucumber.
- Peanut butter - for flavour and extra protein.
- Protein powder - for extra protein, you can add in a scoop of your favourite protein powder.
- Oats - will help make your smoothie more filling.
- Spices - cinnamon, nutmeg or ginger for added flavour.
- Vanilla Extract - to add sweetness and flavour.
How to make Thermomix Smoothies
Making smoothies in the Thermomix is super easy.
The first thing to do is weigh in your fruit. Then chop it up for just 10 seconds.
Next add the remaining ingredients and blend at high speed for 1 minute.
And done! Pour into glasses and serve.
Meal Prep: Make it even quicker!
Here's my tip to make a Thermomix Smoothie even quicker:
Pre-weigh the fruit in the Thermomix and store the portions of mixed fruit in Ziploc bags in the freezer.
Then, all you need to do is tip the bag of frozen mixed fruit into the Thermomix bowl. Then chop, weigh in the yoghurt and coconut water/juice and blend.
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- 100 g bananas
- 100 g pineapple
- 100 g mango
- 80 g strawberries
- 20 g blueberries
- 100 g Greek yoghurt
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds optional
- 350 g coconut water
- Weigh the frozen fruit into the Thermomix bowl. Chop for 10 seconds / speed 5. Scrape down the bowl.
- Add the yoghurt, chia seeds and coconut water. Blend for 1 minute / speed 10.
- For best results, use frozen fruit. You can buy pre-prepared frozen fruit in the supermarket or chop and freeze yourself ahead of time.
- You can substitute with any fruit or vegetables you prefer. Just ensure the total amount used is equal to 400g.
- Chia seeds are optional but add some nutritional value. You can also add flaxseed.
- Greek yoghurt can be substituted with normal yoghurt.
- Coconut water can be substituted with any fruit juice (eg orange juice, apple juice) or milk (eg. oat milk, almond milk).
- You can easily double the recipe for 4 people, or halve the recipe for a single serving.