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This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse recipe is decadently delicious and takes just minutes to make! Plus a #WolfGourmet High Performance Blender Giveaway!

We are so excited to start off this new year with a recipe for Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse – PLUS a fantastic Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender Giveaway! (GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED.)

This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse is a recipe that my old college roommate shared with me years ago – and my entire extended family has loved it ever since. So when Wolf Gourmet gifted us with their incredible High Performance Blender to test and review in our own home – I knew immediately which recipe I’d make first.

This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse recipe is decadently delicious and takes just minutes to make! Plus a #WolfGourmet High Performance Blender Giveaway!

Like all Wolf products, the Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender is an absolutely gorgeous, superior-quality machine with a large, 64-ounce Tritan™ jar. We love that it was designed to fit under standard-size cabinets in our kitchen (a small but important detail that someone at Wolf thought about when they designed this blender).

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

The blender has a 2.4 peak horsepower motor that propels the blades to 210 miles per hour – making quick work out of today’s Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse.

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

With a simple twist of a dial, you can vary the speed of the blender – or you can use one of four program settings: Smoothie, Ice Crush, Puree, or Soup.  (Yes – soup! This blender will purée and heat your soup!) You can also use the Pulse button at any speed.

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

The Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender includes an emulsion cup as part of the lid so you can drizzle in liquids while the blender runs for dressings, pesto and sauces.

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

The Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender also comes with a 5-year limited warranty.

Here’s the blender in action as we made our Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse! We started by adding a bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips, sugar and eggs into the Wolf Gourmet blender. (Be sure to see our note in the recipe about using raw, pasteurized or coddled eggs.)

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

Then a few quick pulses to combine the ingredients.

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

We poured in hot scalded milk and a little (optional) Kahlua…

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

…then a final blend until the mixture was thick and airy.

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse - A Family Feast

This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse is super rich and decadent, so we recommend serving it in small dessert glasses.  (A little bit of this chocolaty dessert is more than enough!)

This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse recipe is decadently delicious and takes just minutes to make! Plus a #WolfGourmet High Performance Blender Giveaway!

This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse recipe is decadently delicious and takes just minutes to make! Plus a #WolfGourmet High Performance Blender Giveaway!

The Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender has a retail value of $599.95 and is sold online as well as at the following retailers:

Sur La Table * Bloomingdales * Frontgate

GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED: Congratulations to Brian E. from Scottsdale, Arizona who was randomly selected as the winner.

We’re also thrilled that Wolf Gourmet is giving one lucky A Family Feast reader the chance to win a Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender for your own kitchen!

For your chance to win*, leave a comment below by 11:59 pm on January 15, 2016 and tell us what recipe you would make first in the Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender?

 *Giveaway Terms & Conditions:  Open to anyone 18 years of age or older with a valid US shipping address in the 50 United States or District of Columbia (No P.O. Boxes please!) Winner will be randomly selected via random.org on January 16, 2016. Winner will be contacted via email so please be sure to enter using a valid email address where we can reach you. Winner will have 24 hours to respond and confirm their shipping address, otherwise a new winner will be selected and so on.

Please note that comments are moderated so if you don’t see your comment immediately publish, don’t worry – we have received it!  Duplicate entries will be deleted.

Disclosure: We received a complimentary Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender for review purposes.  All opinions are 100% ours.

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Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 3 mins
  • Total Time: 8 minutes
  • Yield: 8-10 servings

Description

* The original recipe from my college roommate called for raw eggs which will give this mousse a lighter texture. However, for food safety purposes, we coddled the eggs first for this recipe which results in a more dense chocolate mousse. Alternately, you can purchase pasteurized eggs at the supermarket.


Ingredients

  • 1 12-ounce package semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 3 large eggs (coddled if desired – see note above*)
  • 1 cup milk, scalded
  • 3 tablespoons Kahlua (optional)
  • Whipping cream, for garnish

Instructions

  1. Add chocolate chips, sugar and eggs. Pulse for about 30 seconds until ingredients are mixed and chocolate chips are cut into smaller pieces.
  2. Pour in scalding hot milk and Kahlua. Blend at medium speed until mixture is very smooth and chocolate chips have melted completely.
  3. Pour into small serving glasses (we filled 10 small dessert glasses) and chill until firm.
  4. Garnish with whipped cream before serving.

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This Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse recipe is decadently delicious and takes just minutes to make! Plus a #WolfGourmet High Performance Blender Giveaway!

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  • Suzanne Stapells wrote:

    I have owned my Osterizer blender since 1972. (It was one of 2 items I begged for when someone threw me a bridal shower.)It has been used & abused throughout my married life to the point where the glass blender is so etched you can no longer read the measurements! However, it is still going strong.

    I kept and used its accompanying recipe book and used it often. For some strange reason, it has recently gone missing! One of my favorites to make was a super easy chocolate mousse dessertwhich Imwant to make again. In googling it on your site, I found 1 recipe with Kailua that looks similar – mine did not have any alcohol in it.
    But, I wondered if in your records from the ‘70’s you might have the original which I would appreciate receiving.

    Many thanks,

    Suzanne

    • Martha wrote:

      I’m sorry Suzanne – We don’t have any old Osterizer blender recipe booklets. But, this is a recipe that I’ve had since my college days in the 1980’s – it’s possible that my college roommate’s family got this recipe from a blender cookbook! You can definitely leave out the kahlua – swapping in vanilla extract instead if you prefer?

  • Diane Keomalu wrote:

    I love this chocolate mousse recipe!! I have four grandchildren and two great grandbabies.. All love chocolate mousse for some reason.. No other favor works with my babies.. But it’s okay, I myself and daughters love chocolate as well.. This recipe is easy and actually fun to make with my granddaughters and my great grandbabies, to see all that chocolate on their mouths, tells me it’s all worth it..

    • Martha wrote:

      What a great vision Diane! So glad you all enjoy the recipe!

  • Deirdre K wrote:

    I made this a couple of nights ago and as a super easy, decadent and delicious dessert it was a big hit! I would hesitate to call it a mousse as the consistency is really more of a custard pudding than a mousse.

    • Martha wrote:

      Thanks Deirdre! So glad you enjoyed the recipe!

  • Tyneisha wrote:

    I would love to try the chocolate mousse!! Looks amazing!

  • Brian E. wrote:

    We would make a Puréed Tomato and Red Pepper Soup !!!

  • Sand wrote:

    I would make some salsas or a green smoothie!

  • Retha Bates wrote:

    I would make enchilada sauce

  • Micaya Davis wrote:

    I would make the chocolate mousse, because I love chocolate.

  • Michelle H. wrote:

    I would make a smoothie, then that mousse.

  • Richard Hicks wrote:

    I would make a nice healthy banana strawberry smoothie with hint of honey

  • marian boll wrote:

    I would make all the meals for my soon to be here great granddaughter!!!

  • Steven Emma wrote:

    I’d make butternut squash soup.

  • Aaron wrote:

    My first recipe would be split pea soup.

  • Chris Noe wrote:

    I would make smoothies, with kale and all sorts of yummy fruits. I know that I need a good blender for this and mine is a cheapo.

  • Trisha McKee wrote:

    I would make my homemade salsa.

  • Amy L wrote:

    I’d make butternut squash soup

  • Roy Johnson wrote:

    That Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse looks so delicious.. I’d want to do that first before I got to the more serious food : )

  • LaTanya wrote:

    I would try the chocolate mousse because it looks really good!

  • Jill McMillan wrote:

    Margaritas, lots of margaritas 🙂

  • Jennifer J wrote:

    I saw a talk show where Giada De Laurentiis mad a chocolate mousse with melted chocolate and avacado. It looked delicious and low fat. Thank you!!

  • Bruce wrote:

    I would make the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse first, then try some soups

  • Lorena Keech wrote:

    I have an equally decadent cheesecake mousse recipe served with fresh strawberries that I would love to try in this blender.

  • Jacob LaFountaine wrote:

    I would make a smoothie with some many different berries I’d forget which ones I added

  • Breanne wrote:

    I would make a strawberry banana smoothie.

  • Sami A. wrote:

    First thing I would definitely make would be a delicious Strawberry and Banana smoothie!

  • Rachel Freer wrote:

    I would make pesto first!

  • Eugenia Hall wrote:

    I’ve been teaching myself to cook some Indian food, so I think I’d use it to help make some sort of curry. Perhaps a lentil curry like chana dal masala.

  • Jennifer Red wrote:

    id want to say something healthy like smoothy, but it would more likely be a milkshake or soimething

  • Tina W wrote:

    I would make my Dad’s favorite pineapple smoothies.
    (I can still call it a smoothie if I add rum to mine, right? )

  • Jason Vaughn wrote:

    I’d try the yorkshire pudding.

  • Birdiebee wrote:

    The first recipe I would make with this blender is a Roasted Butternut Squash Soup.

  • Brittney House wrote:

    I would love an oreo milkshake.

  • Cindy Dupin wrote:

    I would make this, but I don’t own a blender………… Looks delish ! ! ! !

  • Lisa V. wrote:

    I would make a banana, strawberry and kiwi smoothie.

  • Samantha wrote:

    I would make a nice fresh berry smoothie first!

  • Erica B. wrote:

    I would make a smoothie.

  • richelle bowers wrote:

    the first thing i would make is a protein smoothie

  • susan smoaks wrote:

    I would have to make the easy blender chocolate mousse. it looks so good and you made it look easy to make too! i dream of having this blender in my kitchen and using it daily!

  • susan wrote:

    Wow what a beautiful piece of equipment. There are many things that I do in my old blender, but I would make my grandmothers German Cheesecake in it first. It has so many memories for me and to make it in this gorgeous blender would be wonderful.

  • Stephanie Larison wrote:

    Yum, this looks amazing! I would make smoothies with the kids.

  • Theresa Knutson wrote:

    I would make a chocolate milkshake.

  • Shari Klyn wrote:

    I would be making my protein shakes.

  • Crystal King wrote:

    In cold weather months I love making soups and have a recipe for a butternut squash and pear soup that is delicious! I’d love to try the Wolf with this, as well as countless other recipes!! How exciting is that??!!

  • Siobhan Smith wrote:

    Well, that Chocolate Mousse looks amazing, so I’d have to start with that!

  • Dina Adornetto wrote:

    This Wolf Gourmet Blender would look fabulous in my kitchen. Among the many things I would love to do with the blender are to make salsas, smoothies, and foo-foo drinks. But most of all, I want to make Martha’s yummy Chocolate Mousse.

  • Judy Wessman wrote:

    My blender favorites are whole wheat pancakes followed by cheese cake!

  • Regina wrote:

    I would start with the chocolate moose and then move to a frozen strawberry lemonade!

  • Gayle Gorman wrote:

    I would make gazpacho soup.

  • Sarah Walker Caron (Sarah’s Cucina Bella) wrote:

    Wow, that mousse looks amazing — and easy! I can’t wait to try it.

  • Leland Griffin Jr wrote:

    Asparagus Cheese Soup!! 1st followed by many others..

  • BlackAsphodel wrote:

    I’d make hummus with roasted pepper.

  • Amy L wrote:

    I’d like to try the chocolate mousse and I’d make my favorite butternut squash soup

  • Jennifer W wrote:

    That mousse looks amazing! I would probably do a soup first – maybe a creamy potato! Yum!

  • Holly B wrote:

    I would definitely try that mousse, I’d also make broccoli cheese soups and smoothies!

  • Shelley wrote:

    Wow, both the blender and recipe look amazing!

    [email protected]

  • Laura S wrote:

    I would make mayonnaise first. And then nut butters.

  • Matt R. wrote:

    I’d definitely make the Chocolate Mousse, it looks delicious.

  • Pat B wrote:

    The first thing I’d make is a mango smoothie

  • Marlene Goldberg wrote:

    OK, the chocolate mousse does definitely look tempting, and with or without that exquisite Wolf blender I will be feeding my chocolate addiction with that recipe. However, number one on my list of recipes will be a simple banana, ice cube and milk smoothie that my youngest daughter made almost three decades ago on the mixer I still use. After washing the glass container, I loosely rested it atop the rubber washer. My daughter did not know it was not screwed on tightly, and when she made her drink, it flew all over the kitchen. It was my fault, but she insisted on cleaning up. This is one of my memories of my little redhead, so naturally I would christen the Wolf blender with that, only the glass container would be fastened tightly this time.

  • Holly Guerrio wrote:

    I would make this chocolate mousse recipe first.

  • ET Pruitt wrote:

    I would make split pea soup.

  • Laura Layman wrote:

    I would make a healthy breakfast smoothie, made with coffee, that I can enjoy during the commute to work. I would be killing two birds with one stone – nutrition and caffein !!

  • Edith Burch wrote:

    Awesome. Love This. Great 4 Smoothies, Cooking

  • Juana Esparza wrote:

    The first thing I would make would be a banana & strawberry smoothie.

  • Amy Hall wrote:

    The chocolate mousse. Is that just fancy speak for pudding?

  • Bill Marett wrote:

    I would start with the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse because my wife of thirty years loves chocolate mousse.

  • betsy bradley wrote:

    i would love to win this gift .

  • Kristi Kellberg wrote:

    As much as the chocolate mousse looked divine, I would first make a Snickerdoodle Smoothie in my new blender. Tastes just like a cookie.

  • Holly wrote:

    I’ve never had a blender powerful enough for much other than milkshakes, so I’d love to try making hummus or soups with it 🙂

  • Kim Beaulieu wrote:

    I’m a huge fan of chocolate mousse. I’m an even bigger fan of easy chocolate mousse. This is one fabulous recipe.

  • Stephanie wrote:

    I would make your roasted tomato pizza sauce!

  • Jillian Too wrote:

    I would love to use it to make a couple of different hummus recipes for game day like buffalo wing hummus and pizza hummus.

  • Kate wrote:

    Blender dutch pancakes!

  • Lynn wrote:

    I have a similar chocolate mouse recipe that I used to make but it had raw eggs so I stopped making it because I couldn’t find pasteurized eggs. You have inspired me to make this.

    I think that the Wolf Gourmet Blender would be perfect for making crepe batter nice and smooth.

  • Ally wrote:

    I would HAVE to try a butternut squash soup. I’m too intrigued!

  • Linda M wrote:

    I love all of your recipes!
    If I win the Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender, the first thing I would make is Almond Butter, then your Chocolate Mousse, and the list goes on from there.
    Thank you!

  • debbie wrote:

    I have a great soup recipes with potatoes, squash, carrots and cheese that would be great in this!

  • Ruth wrote:

    No doubt I would make this Chocolate Mousse first! My old Oster blender, after 25 years, has gone to “blender heaven” and I really miss it.
    Thanks for all the yummy recipes that you send to me.

  • Mary Roan wrote:

    Without a doubt or a moments hesitation, I would make the Chocolate Mousse first, and probably second, and most likely third also!!!!!

  • Keisy E wrote:

    What wouldn’t I do with this great little giant! lol
    I am a mom of two that loves to cook and try different things. My family is big in smoothies … That would be first! But what I am most excited to try in this blender is making soups and sauces! Not something I can currently do with the one I own. I would try carrot, butternut- I mean the list goes on… My head is spinning with all the possibilities ??
    thank you for the great recipes and this awesome giveaway !!

  • Sherri wrote:

    Maybe smoothies, or we also love butternut squash soup.

  • Deb Reno wrote:

    Butternut Squash Soup with Apples and Bacon might be the first recipe I’d try in my shiny, new Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender.
    Thank you for this mousse recipe. We’ll be indulging soon!

  • Janet wrote:

    I would absolutely love to win the Wolf blender!! I don’t even have a blender.. Mine broke. I would love to make that chocolate mousse for sure. I would love to make homemade soup too! I’m retired now and want to eat healthy foods and this blender would be a dream come true for me.

  • Mariaelena wrote:

    I would make some soup!

  • Madeline Mosier wrote:

    The first recipe I would blend up is the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse. My tastebuds are salivating right this minute just thinking about the silky chocolatey mouse. Thank you for the chance to win this Wolf Blender. Madeline

  • Kim wrote:

    I would love to win that beautiful Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender!! Being my Dad made chocalate mousse, which I absolutely loved but never got his recipe, the first thing I would make is your recipe for Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse. It looks scrumptous and I never would have thought of using a blender for it.

  • Lisa R. wrote:

    I would make the Easy Blender Mousse!

  • Michele wrote:

    Would love to be making this wonderful mousse this coming year…here’s hoping that I win.

  • Pamela Shad wrote:

    TI am not vegan, but lots of the folks around me are. The first thing I would make is a vegan ranch dressing that uses raw cashews as the creamy base. It’s initally very thick and needs a powerful blender. Mine struggles and begins to smoke!

  • Susan Woodbridge wrote:

    I would make Irish Chocolate Pots de Crème, Then I would make smoothies for lunch for a few days to get back on track with my NewYear’s resolution to loose the four pounds I gained over the holidays.

  • Kathy McGuire wrote:

    What a gorgeous blender. I have held off purchasing a blender because I wanted one that did it all. This looks like it fits the bill. Love that it can go under the cabinet. I would definitely make a soup in that baby the minute I got it and probably follow that with the chocolate mousse. To make up for all that decadence, a nice smoothie would be next.

    P.S. Just a quick note to let you know how much I loved your prime rib recipe. I searched many and chose your recipe because it looked like the best for such a pricey piece of meat and it did not disappoint. It was absolutely beautiful when it came out of the oven. I served it along with your Yorkshire Pudding recipe and everything was wonderful.

    P

  • Denise E. wrote:

    I would make a homemade tomato soup (or maybe potato?) with the new blender. Happy New Year!

  • Margie M wrote:

    looks yummy…can’t wait to make it!!….my next creation would be béarnaise sauce

  • steph wrote:

    What a great way to make baby food.
    We also have mill dogs -many with no teeth & one jawless boy on babyfood

  • Rebecca Dewey wrote:

    I would like to make this recipe first. Mousse. Is something I have never attempted to make. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Nancy Ashley wrote:

    Right now I am thinking I would like to make the chocolate mousse because it really looks good.

  • Marilyn Shortill wrote:

    I love the fact that this blender fits under the counter top cabinets. If I’m lucky enough to be chosen I plan to give this to my daughter as a wedding gift & I’ll attach a copy of the chocolate mousse recipe? What man could resist the allure of his new bride along with chocolate mousse!

  • Pam wrote:

    I would make winter squash soup! Followed by the chocolate mousse for dessert. Bring on the snow days!!

  • LuAnn R wrote:

    Butternut squash soup!

  • Laura wrote:

    It would be a toss up between the mousse, which sounds like something my family would LOVE, and a soup, maybe pureeing part of my split pea soup to make it extra creamy. I puree lots of veggies to hide in food, too. So many options!

  • Yetta Fox wrote:

    Definitely going to try the mousse

  • JoAnn Gilbert wrote:

    i’m still using the one i got for my wedding 49 years ago , i think i can use a new one thats really up to date!!!! we all love milk shakes , smoothes

  • Dawn Cook wrote:

    During 42 years of marriage learning how to become a proficient cook, I have owned at least 8 blenders. None of them performed as expected and most were discarded for that reason alone. I would love to try the Wolf and would “put it through its paces,” from chopping nuts to puréeing creamy soups and sauces.

  • Joan Kauffman wrote:

    My daily morning smoothie!

  • Caroline Adzima wrote:

    I would love to make your Chocolate Mousse !

  • Dianne wrote:

    I would make Hollandaise Sauce top fresh roasted asparagus.

  • Charles wrote:

    Most likely my daily smoothies.

  • Marjorie G wrote:

    Sounds to me that the mousse is the way to go! Can I whip up some cream to go with it?

  • Christine wrote:

    The blender looks great and fun to use! If I win it, I would make the “easy blender chocolate mousse” of course.

  • toni bowman wrote:

    I would love to make any squash or pumpkin soup first!

  • Lorraine wrote:

    I can’t wait to try this chocolate mousse!

  • Sharon Hackl wrote:

    I would make the chocolate mousse! In fact, I’m not going to wait – I’m going to make it this weekend. Your pictures have my stomach growling. Thank you for another amazing recipe! They never disappoint!

  • joe gersch wrote:

    I would make chocolate mousse

  • Carolsue wrote:

    I think I would make guacamole, or maybe a strawberry smoothie!

  • Jeffrey wrote:

    I’ve always wanted to make my own nut butters and would start with cashews!

  • Becca wrote:

    That mousse looks delicious! I would love to make a chocolate peanut butter milkshake first!

  • Wendy wrote:

    I would definitely make the Chocolate Mousse, it looks yummy! After that I would experiment with lots of smoothie recipes and more desserts.

  • Kathy P. wrote:

    The Chai Tea Smoothie

  • Lauren wrote:

    I would make a mango smoothie.

  • Deb C wrote:

    I want to use the Wolf Blender for making homemade Ranch Dressing, creamed soups like squash or asparagus, smoothies and for pulverizing grains, like oats for flour.

  • Lana Darling wrote:

    Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse

  • Jerri cooper wrote:

    The first thing I would make is blender bearnaise sauce! My blender died last year and I’ve yet to replace it. This would be wonderful to win. Love getting your posts and trying your recipes.

  • Stephanie Liske wrote:

    I would love to make a mudslide!

  • Calli wrote:

    I’d make a green smoothie first!

  • Rana Durham wrote:

    This blender is amazing i can make so many delicious recipes in a matter of mintes. Thanks for sharing this article with us. IT def would be great prize to have.

  • Kelly D wrote:

    I would make hummus.

  • Terry wrote:

    Butternut Squash soup! And then Chocolate Mousse… it looks amazing!

  • Katie wrote:

    I would make an Oreo milkshake!

  • Bonnie Day wrote:

    I would make tomato and basil soup first. Would be great on the cold days that we’ve having right now Love the fact that you have a recipe for Yorkshire pudding this is something that I love to make from a recipe from my great grandmother who came here from England

  • Marjory @ Dinner-Mom wrote:

    That is one beautiful blender! I would make your delish pudding straight away!

  • Cynthia Rich wrote:

    I would love to try the exact same recipe. ..chocolate mousse.

  • meghan wrote:

    i would make the chai smoothie!

  • Cooking with Zoki wrote:

    I would love to make fig and apricot shake.

  • Jayne wrote:

    I think I would try your delicious looking mousse recipe! You have so many great recipes on your blog. Just love receiving these recipes in my email! I have used so many of them for my family! Thank you and Wolf for the opportunity to win.

  • Shelley W wrote:

    This would be perfect!

  • Cynthia Diltz wrote:

    I would love to try this chocolate mouse recipe but my first thing would probably a green smoothie which I usually have for breakfast. Good luck everyone.

  • Meghan Malicoat wrote:

    I would make a nice spinach and artichoke dip for the family to enjoy.

  • Penny Z wrote:

    I would definitely try the chocolate mousse first!

  • Nutmeg Nanny wrote:

    This blender mousse looks ahhhhhhhhmazing! So full of chocolate flavor, yum! I sorta wish I could eat it for breakfast…haha.

  • Aliah wrote:

    Butternut squash soup or a tropical fruit smoothie!

  • Kyl Neusch wrote:

    Gazpacho soup.

  • Holden Humphreys wrote:

    I’d like to try the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse recipe you posted. 🙂

  • Crystal Feeney wrote:

    I would love to make a garlic hummus!

  • Donna wrote:

    I would definitely try the chocolate mousse first. Looks delicious!

  • tracy davis wrote:

    I would make easy Chocolate Mousse.

  • Karen F. wrote:

    Chai Tea Smoothie is what I would make first 🙂
    Karen

  • Anna wrote:

    I would love to try this one!

  • Ellie Fleming wrote:

    This blender looks amazing!! I would try your Chocolate Mousse and my Butternut Squash Soup!! Thank you for the chance to win such an awesome blender.

  • beth shepherd wrote:

    I would start with a smoothie and then try the mousse recipe. Thank you!

  • Katherine wrote:

    I would make a rootbeer slushie

  • Aimee J wrote:

    Would love to make the chocolate mousse!

  • Renee – Kudos Kitchen wrote:

    What a sexy looking blender! Speaking of sexy, that chocolate mousse is might fine looking too.

  • Dana Kelchner wrote:

    Why the Chai Tea Smoothie, of course! (I would add some cinnamon.)

  • Victor wrote:

    I’ll be making Hummus to go with my homemade pita bread!

    Thanks for the mousse recipe. I’ll be trying this out later today.

  • Donna Schraeder wrote:

    I would love to win the Wolf high speed blender!

  • Kent wrote:

    IDK this one sound like a good first one =), I love chocolate. Probably would try a breakfast smoothie first though.

  • Aly ~ Cooking In Stilettos wrote:

    Now THAT is a blender and that mousse – LOVE IT! I never ever thought I could make mousse in a blender – I clearly need to give this recipe a try 🙂

  • Linda R wrote:

    There would be a smoothie on my list of things to make in the Wolf Blender.

  • Farah A wrote:

    The first thing I would make in the new blender would be tomato basil soup.
    But I am making this mousse tonight using double broiler to melt the chocolate and hand whipping the cream. Yummy.

  • Renee wrote:

    I would definitely make the chocolate mousse recipe.

  • Tricia G wrote:

    I’d really like to try a soup or even a mousse, like the recipe above!

  • Betsy N wrote:

    The pudding looks fabulous! I’d start by making some smoothies.

  • Peggy Mchalffey wrote:

    I would make easy Chocolate Mousse..

  • Shapreka Clarke wrote:

    I would make lots of fruit smoothies to help me stay healthy!

  • Melissa L Moore wrote:

    I would make a Chai Tea Smoothie in that beautiful blender!

  • Becky Hriv wrote:

    Would love to try the choc mousse! sounds delish!

  • Karina wrote:

    Well as much as I would love to say I would make something healthy, let’s not kid ourselves.

    This chocolate mousse is first in line.

  • Evelyn Causley wrote:

    I would love to make this beautiful chocolate mouse and all your other recipes on your website that uses a blender! Your recipes are truly the best!

  • bc in edmond wrote:

    because it’s so cold here, i’d probably make some soup first and the mousse next – i have the same recipe in a church cookbook that i typed/edited back in the 80s – it was called chocolate pots de creme, and it’s delicious!

  • nickie wrote:

    I would make smoothies

  • Catherine R wrote:

    I think I would be interested in making my own pesto. I’m also a big greenie smoothie fans, so I’m sure those would be on my list of must-do recipes too.

  • Linda Lansford wrote:

    I want to make Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse

  • Henrianna Pearce wrote:

    I would make the Chocolate Moose first then do some soups, mix up meat, chicken and do some sandwiches. I have a perfect place for it on my counter. I know that I will not win one of these because I never win anything.

  • Judy Jewell wrote:

    That gorgeous chocolate mousse!!

  • Sue Schmitz wrote:

    Since I have a love affair with dark chocolate, I would make a dark chocolate mousse. The Kahlua sounds fab!

  • Mary-Margaret Miller wrote:

    I would definitely try that mousse.

  • Cynthia Smith wrote:

    I would make a big batch of home made Pesto.

  • Marsha wrote:

    I would make your amazing chocolate mousse!

  • Sherry Fulbright wrote:

    I would love to make the chocolate mousee recipe first then I would probably make a smoothie next! Thanks for the opportunity to win the blender!

  • Sidney Firebaugh wrote:

    Happy to read the instructions as to how to coddle an egg. Will try it for my Caesar salad dressing!

  • Cynthia C wrote:

    The chocolate mousse looks spectacular. I would like to try that and also a lemon mousse.

  • Amy Pratt wrote:

    I would love to try to make Yorkshire Pudding.

  • keri @ shaken together wrote:

    We made our first batch of lobster bisque over New Year’s and we are ready for a second go around! Would love to whirl it up in this blender!

  • Ellen S wrote:

    I’d make Cilantro salad dressing

  • Rita Kahlenberg wrote:

    My blender aerated popovers. After blended, the batter is refrigerated until time to bake. One more high speed blend, into the muffin mold, and thirty minutes later you have the biggest, tallest, most delicious popovers!

  • Christine wrote:

    If i was chosen to win this Wolf gourmet high powered Blender …..i would like to make my Grandmother’s homemade puree green pea soup:-) which i have not had in years!!!! An be able to make butternut soup yumm! But i also would like to make healthy smoothies also

  • Annette wrote:

    Oh this mousse looks incredible. The first thing I’d make soup. One of my favorites (Spring Pea) required a blender, but I have to use an immersion, because the blender I have doesn’t allow hot liquids.

  • David Leach wrote:

    I make a tomato soup that I’d like to try on this if I won it. I would love to try the Chocolate Mousse on this page as well.

  • Marcia S. wrote:

    I love mousse, so I would start with this recipe! This blender is beautiful!

  • Lynne Marie wrote:

    I would make Gazpacho soup.

  • paige wrote:

    How could anyone start with something other than your chocolate mousse! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Beatrice Kalle wrote:

    I would make this recipe because it looks so rich.

  • Genie L wrote:

    Every year I freeze a bunch of Mangos from my tree. I can make delicious mango smoothies every weekend for months. This blender would make them super smooth.

  • Jen wrote:

    I would make banana nice cream!

  • Ilene wrote:

    I would try this mousse. It looks so easy and delicious!

  • Pierre-Paul wrote:

    Puree many kinds of soup. Prepare my different fruit coulis for my homemade yogourth

  • Cynthia B. wrote:

    I would make me a nice frozen Margarita to sip on. I have an avocado green blender that was my mom’s! I’m past due for an update! I can’t wait to try the Chocolate Mousse!

  • Alison H. wrote:

    I would make a healthy, delicious smoothie!

  • Jennifer wrote:

    I would love to have this blender to make my anti-inflammatory smoothies that I have every day.

  • Kimberly @ The Daring Gourmet wrote:

    Using our blender is our favorite way to make chocolate pots de creme, similar to this mousse! It makes it super quick and easy and cleanup is a breeze!

  • Sandra S wrote:

    I would most certainly try your chocolate Mousse recipe, that looks yummy.

  • Lauren Kelly Nutrition wrote:

    If I won, I’d have to make this chocolate mousse! This looks incredible!

  • Lora wrote:

    What a gorgeous blender (I’ve never seen this brand before…where have I been?)I would totally make this luscious and lovely chocolate mousse. I want a cup right this moment…before dinner!!Happy New Year, dear Martha. xx

  • Joanna Allison wrote:

    I would make Chocolate Mousse.

  • MaryB wrote:

    How perfect for me that you posted this rich chocolate recipe! My hubby was just asking for something like this for a birthday dessert. I would be making this first.

  • Denise M wrote:

    I really want to make soup this year, like a cauliflower cream soup or zucchini. Something healthy and light

  • Maripat Meer wrote:

    I’d make your homemade steak sauce. YUM! Love your sauces.

    Wolf makes a beautiful blender. It’s SO smart that it fits on the counter beneath home kitchen cupboards. I appreciate smart design & engineering.

    Hubby would lobby for the mousse; it’s chocolate, his favorite food group.

    Heck, I’d make both on the first day just to play with my new toy.

  • Stephanie V. wrote:

    pesto sauce, but so many wonderful recipes awaiting this beauty!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  • Charlene Drake wrote:

    If I won, I think I would make the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse, because the photos looks so good.

  • Charlene Drake wrote:

    If I won, I think I would make the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse, because the photos looks so good. Thanks for the opportunity to win this.

  • livivua wrote:

    I would do a great cocktail and then a fruit smoothie

  • Merry Z. wrote:

    The Wolf blender looks amazing. The first thing I’d make is homemade mayonnaise. I’ve tried it in other blenders and ALWAYS put the oil in too quickly. No emulsion for me. I can see constant success in the Wolf. Fingers crossed.

  • Cindy Groshko wrote:

    I would make my moms cream of brocolli soup or my raspberry pancake syrup with a extra secret boozie ingredient. :). Thank you for the opportunity to win this awesome product.

  • DOLORES wrote:

    The first thing that I would make is the Chocolate Mousse, of course!!

  • Monica Puckett wrote:

    I am so making this. Sounds really easy and delicious. Might have to add a little extra kaluha. Yum!!

  • Terri wrote:

    I will need it by January 16 please so I can make this chocolate mousse recipe for the company that is coming to watch the Patriots in the first play off game, on their way to the super bowl! And then I will need it for the super bowl party I will need to have. Thank You.

  • The Food Hunter wrote:

    this sure makes pudding making a lot easier/

  • Maryse Malone wrote:

    The question is an easy one to answer – the blender chocolate mousse would be the first thing I would make. We’re all chocoholics. I can see it used for all the soups we make throuhout the Fall and Winter, and so many uses.

  • Linda S Gruber wrote:

    I would make a soup recipe! It is soup weather and this sounds like it would be perfect to make a broccoli cheese soup.

  • Shannon Deaton wrote:

    Well, I would have to make the Easy Blender Mousse first. I would have never thought of that.

  • Heather P wrote:

    That mousse looks so delicious! I bet my husband would love it for Valentine’s Day.

  • Ragini wrote:

    Looks a tough machine.
    I would love to make asweet Mango mousse in summers…as smooth as this chocolate one by you.
    Thanks

  • patricia delgado wrote:

    I would love to make a gazpacho or other type of chunky soup!

  • Ellie wrote:

    I would make a blended soup for this cold winter nights.

  • Kim Spignardo wrote:

    I would definitely make the scrumptious sounding easy blender chocolate mousse. I love the idea of being able to make a mousse in a blender. I look forward to trying it!

  • Jeannine wrote:

    I would like to make pumpkin soup – a recipe I found in a magazine recently.

  • Michelle wrote:

    The chocolate mousse looks yummy!!!

  • LINDA wrote:

    The Chocolate mousse looks wonderful. I use my old blender for so many thing. From sauces to grinding fresh spices. I have about wore my old one out. First try would probably by a coffee frappe. Then that wonderful looking dessert.

  • Kim wrote:

    Due to health issues resulting in great fatigue and pain among other things, I often don’t have the energy to attend well to my nutritional needs or to make special things for my family. This beautiful blender would facilitate improvement toward those goals.
    I would begin by making green breakfast smoothies, pop overs, and this easy, but delicious and decadent sounding mousse! Thanks so very much to you and Wolf Gourmet for the opportunity to win this excellent product!

  • Cindi wrote:

    I would make salad dressing followed by this chocolate mousse…yum

    Cindi

  • Mo Parrow wrote:

    I love soups and so the first things that I would make is tomato soup, a good potato soup, and many others.

  • Emily wrote:

    The very first thing I would make is the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse…it looks absolutely divine and oh so delicious! But I’m blown away that I could also make ice cream and soup with this blender – wow!

  • Freddie Smith wrote:

    I LOVE CHOCOLATE MOUSSE . NEVER MADE IT ALWAYS BOUGHT IT. SO I WOULD MAKE THIS MOUSSE. [email protected]

  • Christie Winkelman wrote:

    This recipe looks delish! Can’t wait to try it.

  • Kathryn C wrote:

    I would make your chocolate mousse recipe first. It looks delicious and so easy! Great giveaway. Thanks.

  • Kathleen wrote:

    This sounds awesome and can’t wait to make in the Wolfgang Blender if I win! My first recipe would be this or a smoothie/green drink with all the fruits and veggies and frozen to see how it purees them instead of chunks left. Thank You!

  • Lisa Wolfe wrote:

    I would love to make this chocolate mouse and try the new wolf blender

  • Sophie Vazansky wrote:

    Smoothies for my husband.

  • Sally Tempro wrote:

    I would love to make this chocolate mousse, and also try making smoothies. I’ve never owned a really good blender.

  • Kathy B wrote:

    I would make soup! Or maybe a blended drink where the ice would actually be crushed – unlike my current blender.

  • Pam wrote:

    I would make pasta sauce and cte chocolate dessert. Gotta have dessert!

  • Jane Grabenstein wrote:

    This mouth-watering mousse is at the top of my list! YUM

  • Janey wrote:

    I would make the Easy Blender Chocolate Mousse first then branch out to make a couple of salad dressings my family likes. Thank you for the opportunity.

  • Brian wrote:

    I would love to make the mousse

  • ron schnell wrote:

    Chocolate Mousse

  • Kathy P. wrote:

    It would have to be this mousse. It looks amazing.

  • Kathy Hanley wrote:

    The first thing I would make is a fruit smoothie with fat free yogurt and a variety of fruit!

  • Karol Campbell wrote:

    I have the most delicious recipe for cilantro soup. I love the idea that it would be hot after everything is blended.

  • Betty P wrote:

    The chocolate pudding looks fantastic! I’m dieting, so my first “cheat” day, it will be chocolate pudding! Hollandaise sauce would be next! Thanks for all the great recipes!

  • Lisa wrote:

    What would I make first in the Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender? The list is endless! Pesto, smoothies, soup, this delicious mousse!

  • ali wrote:

    Soup sounds fascinating especially since it heats it too.

  • Barbara HIler wrote:

    Anything with chocolate in it would be my first choice. I am a chocoholic.

  • Michelle wrote:

    I think I would give your Chocolate Mousse a try. It looks so good.

  • Stephanie Phelps wrote:

    I would make a creamy cauliflower and broccoli soup with it first my kids and I love it!

  • Grace wrote:

    Nothing too unique…smoothies! My current blender kind of sucks.

  • Susan Broughton wrote:

    I think I would try to make this Chocolate Mousse recipe as the first thing I would make if I won this wonderful blender! Thanks for the chance! Love your blog!

  • Mimi Black wrote:

    Love Wolf brand! Gorgeous products……..SUPERB results!

  • Kim wrote:

    broccoli cheddar soup

  • Danielle shiner wrote:

    I would make a delicious smoothie for wonderful husband

  • Ann S. wrote:

    I would have to make the chocolate mousse–looks delicious!

  • tj wrote:

    …Oh, I would make a double batch of my famous poppy seed cole slaw dressing in this! Our current blender can’t handle the task but it certainly sounds as if this one can. I also love the fact that it fits under standard kitchen cabinetry – why haven’t other blender manufacturers thought of that?!

    …Thank you for the great recipes you provide and for the giveaway too!

    …Happy New Year!

    …Peace & blessings. :o)

  • Nicki H wrote:

    Your recipe for the chocolate mousse is the first thing I’d try in this amazing Wolf blender. It looks scrumptious and so does this blender. 🙂

  • Marcy Long wrote:

    I’d love to make your Mousse but probably would make margaritas!!!

  • Dale Gray wrote:

    I would make my famous butternut squash pureé.

  • Lana Trentham wrote:

    The mousse looks great! Please enter me in the contest. I would love to try making a smoothie as my first recipe. I don’t own a blender and would love to have one!

  • Sharon wrote:

    I would start with a cream of broccoli soup ….next would be salsa!

  • Tonya wrote:

    I would love to make Nutella mouse and leek with potato soup. Yummy!

  • Chris wrote:

    I’m partial to hot sauces so I would definitely do a nice hot sauce.

  • Shelly wrote:

    I would love to win this blender so I could make this mousse recipe! The blender looks so sleek and the mousse looks devine!

  • Marsha A. wrote:

    The first thing I would make is potato leek soup. The mousse sounds good that would be 2nd. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • cheryl trumble wrote:

    fresh fruit smoothie

  • linamaria nunez wrote:

    I would make a smoothie

  • tonya jones wrote:

    Holy cow! Who could pass up making the chocolate mousse first? That’s the silliest question ever!

  • Sarah Irish wrote:

    This blender is beautiful! I have a family of rescue animals, 3 cats and a dog. I’ve been reading about the benefits of making pet food. To start, I’d love to make some pumpkin puree to add to their dry food and then keep experimenting!

  • Sam wrote:

    I have a 20something year old, hand me down from grandparents to parents to me Oster blender to make things like Hollandaise sauce on lazy weekend mornings, turning root veggies into sauces and creamy based for chowders, and homemade doggy ice cream during the hot summer months (which got a LOT of use this year). It’s not so great at mayonnaise and salad dressings though, any thinner emulsions just don’t work.. and ice. It just hates ice.

    There’s SO MUCH that can be done with a good blender that it’s almost impossible for me to just list one recipe. I could make vodka sauce, almond milk, banana smoothies.. the possibilities would be endless!

  • Erika wrote:

    OMG The first thing I would make is frozen mojito’s to sip on while I dream of warmer weather! They are predicting 8F tomorrow morning. Brrrr!

  • Meagan wrote:

    I have so many soup recipes that this would work great for. I would probably be up to my eyeballs in butternut.

  • Alexandra Robertson wrote:

    This looks so decadent and love it was whipped up in the blender. The first thing I would make in this blender would be some blender pancake batter. I have been on a pancake kick lately 🙂

    • Charlotte wrote:

      I think the easy blender chocolate mouse would be the perfect start for the Wolf Gourmet High Performance Blender.

  • Debbie H. wrote:

    I would make a healthy smoothie!

  • Kris H wrote:

    Probably the Mousse and then a smoothie! 🙂

  • Lisa Brown wrote:

    I would make a batch of pesto sauce: use some and freeze the rest of it. Thank you for the chance 🙂 jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  • Betsy wrote:

    I would make this chocolate mousse to use up leftover holiday baking chocolate, then smoothies.

  • Peter wrote:

    PIneapple prune smoothie.

  • Kathy M wrote:

    I would love to make a cream of potato soup.

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