Thermomix Christmas in July
Get the mulled wine brewing and the ham cooking – it is time to celebrate a Thermomix Christmas in July. Click here to get your meal plan.
This is the first year that we will be celebrating Christmas in July and I am so excited. It has been close to 10 years since I enjoyed a cold Christmas in Ireland. I can still remember it, especially the food and how beautiful it was. Ireland put on such a good show for me, it even snowed which apparently doesn’t happen all that often. I loved everything from the early morning prepping to ready the turkey for the oven (it was the biggest bird I have ever seen!) through to the warm drinks by the fire which added to the festivities and atmosphere nicely.
Don’t get me wrong, I love a poolside Aussie Christmas. However it is usually so hot that just the thought of the oven is enough to have me breaking into a sweat. With the cooler months upon us and a Thermomix by my side, I figured this year was my year to embrace Christmas in July. I am 99% sure it won’t snow for me but there is no reason why we can’t recreate the rest!
Thermomix Christmas in July Meal Plan
I was hopeful of putting my hand on a ready to go Thermomix meal plan of sorts but I couldn’t find quite what I was looking for. So after a little taste testing and eggnog sipping (we have been very committed in order to bring you the best), the ThermoHub team has compiled a Thermomix friendly Christmas in July meal plan. The recipes have come from a variety of sources including:
- Cooking with Tenina
- The Annoyed Thyroid
- Dani Valent
- ThermoBliss and
- The Recipe Community
This four course menu has you covered from start to finish including drinks, starters, mains and of course desserts. Under each course you will find three to four choices, allowing you to mix and match your meal. To be budget savvy try to pair things up that use the same ingredients. For example if you make an eggnog (highly recommended) use the left over egg whites to make a pavlova. Many of the dishes can be made ahead of time, allowing you to be the hostess with the mostess and still have a fantastic time. Click here to get your four course menu.
Generally Christmas in July is celebrated on the 25th of July. However if it falls midweek as it has this year, you can choose to celebrate it on the weekend before or after. Turn your oven on, get dressed in your best (or worst) Christmas jumper and put up some lights …. or maybe just turn on the ones that you are yet to take down.
Have you got another great Thermomix friendly Christmas recipe you like to make? Let us know in the comments below.