Camping with Thermomix®. Whether you want to bring Thermomix® along, or prep with Thermomix® in advance – check out our Thermomix® camping survival guide to help you simplify your camping experience for stress-free memories in the great outdoors!
• Spices: Salt, pepper, sugar, and a few dried herbs like parsley add flavor.
• Vinegar, oil, mustard and ketchup: great for spicing up salads and grilled food.
• Onions and garlic: the all-rounders in the kitchen. They give that perfect aroma to many dishes.
• Tomato paste and sun-dried tomatoes: An absolute must for tomato sauces and soups.
Tip: When packed in small screw-top jars, your basics will hardly take up any space!
Sun-Dried Tomato Spaghetti
Three Cheese Pasta Shells
Creamy mustard chicken stew
Slow-cooked Lamb Curry with Cucumber Mint Couscous
• Save time – instead of spending your time chopping veggies or stirring risotto, you can make the most of the great outdoors.
• Easy cleanup – no need to wash up a pile of pots and pans! One mixing bowl, one mess!
• Save space – everyone is tight for space when it comes to camping! Leave the pile of pots and pans at home, and just depend on your Thermomix® for every meal! Call it the one pot challenge!
Steamed Aubergine and Ricotta Lasagne
Pea and Mint Risotto
Chicken and Pepper Souvlaki with Rice
Potato and Vegetable Salad with Chicken
• All you need to be able to use your Thermomix® while camping or caravanning is access to power. To cook your favourite recipes on Cookidoo® without a WI-FI connection, simply save the recipes to your Collections or Bookmarks before heading out! Or download the Cookidoo® app and follow the recipe steps from your phone.
• To help with transportation, go to the settings screen on your Thermomix®, and put your device in Transportation Mode before heading out!
• Check out our travel bag, ideal to help you carry your Thermomix® and Thermomix® accessories on your summer adventures. For more information, contact your local Thermomix® representative.
Kids are ready for breakfast from the minute they wake up, so start your day off with staples that don’t require any cooking or heat source but have enough protein and fiber to fuel the brain and body for an afternoon of activities.
Cranberry and coconut toasted cereal
Ham and cheese quinoa muffins
Raspberry Oatmeal Breakfast Cake
Grab and go breakfast drink
Lunchtime sandwiches, wraps, and utensil-free snacks are the perfect way to keep your family satisfied without the stress and transport effortlessly so you can grab them on the go whenever hunger strikes.
Sandwiches with Spinach Pesto
Curried chicken salad wraps
Happy Veggie Empanadas
When it comes to campfire cooking, aluminum foil is your friend. Pack individual servings into foil packets and all you’ll need to do at dinner time is warm it over a campfire. Clay pots and cast-iron pans for comfort foods like chili, curry, and stews are also simple solutions for making hearty meals in the wilderness.
Sausage and Bacon Casserole
Chick Pea Curry
You can still enjoy dessert in the wild with pre-made bites directly from your backpack that are sure to bring about a happy ending.
Chocolate Stale Bread Muffins
Caramel macadamia slice