Thermomix Porridge

Making Thermomix Porridge has never been quicker, easier or more delicious!! Just 3 basic ingredients… and then add your favourite toppings!

Thermomix Porridge

If you own a Thermomix and you haven’t yet made porridge in it… please, please, please do! It’s so simple. Literally pop the ingredients in, set the machine to go. That. is. it!!

Thermomix Porridge

This is one of my favourite things to make for breakfast because you can wander around, unstack the dishwasher, pop on a load of washing etc, all while the porridge is cooking. Easy as!

Thermomix Porridge

I’ve said that this serves 2, but it easily serves my hubby, myself and our toddler. You can top your porridge with absolutely anything you like – I’m a bit obsessed with the combo of greek yoghurt, honey, muesli, fresh berries and a splash of milk (thanks to my sister-in-law for the inspiration!). But of course, you can use absolutely any of your own favourite toppings (sliced banana, honey and chia seeds is another fave here!).

Thermomix Porridge

How do you like your porridge? Do you keep it simple or add ALL the best toppings!?


PS. Check out out Thermomix Acai Bowls and Thermomix Apricot & Chia Granola for other great breaky ideas!

Thermomix Porridge

Making Thermomix Porridge has never been quicker, easier or more delicious!! Just 3 basic ingredients... and then add your favourite toppings!
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Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 11 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes
Servings: 2


  • 80 g rolled oats
  • 240 g full cream milk
  • 190 g water
  • honey, berries, muesli, greek yogurt, to serve


  • Place the rolled oats, full cream milk and water into the Thermomix bowl. 
  • Cook on 90 degrees, Reverse, Speed 2, 10 minutes. 
  • Divide between 2 bowls, drizzle with honey to taste. Add fresh berries, greek yoghurt and a sprinkle of muesli for crunch. 


This recipe has been adapted from the Everyday Cookbook to serve 2 people. 
If you're doubling the recipe, add an extra minute cooking time. 
Please note that the porridge will thicken on standing. 

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      Hi Corena, I personally wouldn’t as it really loses it’s flavour and texture! Try using almond or soy milk instead if you prefer!

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  1. I’d love to try porridge in the Thermomix but it makes too much. Only my toddler eats porridge. I also only make it with water not milk but would try with almond or coconut milk. Do you know if the recipe could be halved and if the cook time would need to be different?

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