Thermomix Cheese Sauce

How to Make Cheese Sauce in a Thermomix

Recipes really don’t get much easier than this Thermomix Cheese Sauce.  This Cheese Sauce recipe seriously takes less than 10 minutes to put together and can be used in so many ways. We love to serve it drizzled over steam veggies or silverside and it’s also a great sauce to top your favourite pasta bake or lasagna with – read on to learn how to make Cheese Sauce in a Thermomix!

Thermomix Cheese Sauce

To give this Cheese Sauce a little extra kick, I like to use a combination of tasty and parmesan cheese, but you can really use whatever cheese you have in the fridge.  You can learn how to make Cheese Sauce in your Thermomix here:

Thermomix Cheese Sauce

Thermomix Cheese Sauce

Want to make the best Thermomix Cheese Sauce? We've got the answers in this How to Make Cheese Sauce in the Thermomix post!
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Course: Sauces
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 7 minutes
Total Time: 9 minutes
Servings: 6
Author: Thermomix Recipes by Thermobliss


  • 30 g tablespoons of butter
  • 15 g (or 2 tablespoons) of plain flour
  • 250 g of milk
  • 100 g of grated tasty cheese
  • 25 g of grated parmesan cheese
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 tsp of nutmeg


  • Place 2cm cubes pieces of the tasty and parmesan cheese into your Thermomix bowl and blitz for 10 seconds on speed 10 or until finely grated.
  • Add the butter, plain flour, milk, nutmeg and salt and pepper to your Thermomix bowl and cook for 7 minutes at 80 degrees on speed 4.
  • Use immediately


This Thermomix Cheese Sauce Recipe is perfect on pasta bakes, baked potatoes or silverside!

Another tip is to make sure you use white pepper when making this Cheese Sauce if you don’t want little black pepper flecks in your sauce.

Thermomix Cheese Sauce


Thermomix Cheese Sauce


What would you serve this Cheese Sauce with?

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  1. Can this recipe be made ahead to save time at a dinner party? I note it says to serve immediately. I have an old recipe which includes blue cheese and white wine. Thank you.

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      I always try and serve it immediately as it can develop a ‘skin’ if you let it sit out. You could certainly try making it in advance, however I think it would need a good mix prior to serving.

  2. LOVED this cheese sauce!!! My husband put 45g of Parmesan cause he misread the recipe and it was awesome 😉 must make sure he makes that ‘mistake’ again!

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  3. Googled Cheese sauce and found this recipe. It looked terrific and easy. I halved the ingredients. Left out Tasty cheese and added 1 TBS of dijon Mustard , didnt have Plain flour so used Corn Flour. It said use immediately, but I couldnt, so added a tad more milk and temp about 60 degrees for a couple of minutes OMG it was awesome. Partner must have complimented me 1 dozen times. Thanks for the receipe even though I changed it a bit. 🙂

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      I loe the changes that you made Dianne, it sounds great! I’m definitely going to have to try that, thanks so much for the feedback xx

  4. I have made the cheese sauce so many times I can’t remember I also add chicken stock omg so good on cauliflower!!!

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  6. I doubled the recipe because I had 100g of brie to use up. Topped up with 80g of vintage tasty and 20g of Parmesan. I also added the tbsp of Dijon mustard and omitted the nutmeg. I didn’t need any seasoning and I used the lot over a cauliflower cheese. Definitely using this one again.

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