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 1x

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.


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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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  • 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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