Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme

Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme

For those of you who’ve been hanging around our little corner of the interwebs and especially for those of you who know me IRL (in real life y’all) KNOW without a shadow of a doubt I have zero to little willpower when it comes to dessert. It’s like kryptonite for me. I’m weak. It’s a big reason I work out (and by big I mean it’s the only reason), so I can EAT all the deliciousness that is dessert, and okay carbs too, but we’re talking dessert today.

Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme

When it comes to cooking I’m more of a cook vs. a baker. Oh I can make desserts, I just PREFER the flexibility that comes with cooking. If something is off, you adjust it. I can eyeball things here and there. When you bake you CAN’T do that. Not if you want things to turn out. So much structure! Gah, yeah I don’t really like rules can you tell? Doesn’t mean I neglect those desserts. Not a chance. I want them, I just want them to be quick and easy! It doesn’t get any easier than a dessert that you make in the BLENDER. Not just any blender. A gourmet WOLF blender.

Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme
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Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme

You won’t believe how easy this is to make this in a BLENDER. It starts out by warming milk and cream stove top. Then everything else (including whiskey, which I put into all the things as much as possible) is chucked into the blender and away it whirls. Sounds hard right? You got this and you’ll be getting an amazingly creamy dreamy dessert just a few hours later. You’ve got about 10 minutes of working time (mostly done in the blender) and the rest is watching the clock while it sets up in the fridge. It doesn’t get much easier unless someone just brings you one.

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I love the power behind this blender and the aesthetics (because let’s be honest things need to look good) doesn’t hurt the eyes not one bit. Not to mention the fact it fits under standard counter top with no problems. I use my blender ALL the time, I love it and guess what one of you is going to love one too.

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Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme

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Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme

Preparation 2017-03-30T00:00:00+00:00
Cook Time 2017-03-30T00:00:00+00:00
Serves 1     adjust servings

Ingredients

  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 12 ounces semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1-2 tablespoons whiskey
  • cocoa nibs - optional
  • whipped cream - optional

Instructions

  1. Into a small sauce pan heat milk and cream until hot.
  2. While milk and cream are heating, into blender add: chocolate chips, eggs, salt. Pulse until well combined. Add whiskey.
  3. Gradually stream milk mixture into blender. Pulse until silky smooth.
  4. Equally divide mixture between ( 8) - 5.4 ounce jars. Refrigerate for a minimum of 2 hours or until mixture has set.
  5. Garnish with optional whipped cream and cocoa nibs if desired.

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74 Comments

  1. 1
    Bonnie K. /

    Your recipe looks delicious. I still haven’t joined the many that drink smoothies. I suppose I might get interested if I had a beaut like this blender.

  2. 2

    this looks about a million times more fun than the chocolate chia pudding I made yesterday!

  3. 3

    I would make soup. I love making soup in my current blender. It makes it so much easier.

  4. 4
    Susie D /

    That is a very swanky blender, but the first thing I would probably make is just the custard for my french toast, because it’s a frequent flyer at my house. Then I’d move on to fancier things 🙂

  5. 5
    Tina Zsoldos /

    I would make a smoothie 🙂

  6. 6
    Susie D /

    I’m having trouble with the Twitter entries on the widget, no links show up. Refreshed a few times.

  7. 7
    Robin C. /

    I’d make that fabulous pots de creme recipe!

  8. 8
    Lisa Brown /

    I would like to first make a big batch of chipotle salsa.

  9. 9
    Natalie J Vandenberghe /

    I would make a fruit smoothie first.
    Your recipe for pots de creme sounds delicious!

  10. 10
    Elena /

    I would make a berry smoothie

  11. 11

    i would make some chocolate almond butter or a smoothie!

  12. 12
    Jess /

    Recipe looks delicious. Can anything be substituted in for the eggs? Would love to make milkshakes in that blender.

  13. 13

    Just my favorite dessert of all time! This looks amazing and that second picture is fabulous!

  14. 14
    Marcia /

    I would make your tomato soup which I’ve been making for years and is fabulous! One of my favorite heavy-rotation recipes!

  15. 15
    HS /

    I would make green smoothies.

  16. 16
    Sandy Headtke /

    I would make an adult beverage, same ingredients as your recipe without waiting 2 hours.

  17. 17
    Michelle /

    I’d make a smoothie

  18. 18
    tucsonbabe /

    I would make tomato soup. It is my favorite.

  19. 19
    Alessandra /

    I would start with smoothies and then explore all the other options!

  20. 20
    Susan /

    Finally got on Giveaway, but can’t PIN. I think my computer is shot. Hopefully FB will work for me

  21. 21
    mita /

    I would make smoothie

  22. 22
    Rachel Lacow /

    I can’t comment now … I’m off to the liquor store!!!!

  23. 23
    Leslie /

    Milkshakes

  24. 24
    jan /

    I’d start with making these pots de creme… they look amazing!

  25. 25

    You had me at whiskey with these gorgeous little pots, and I really need a new blender, the blade just broke off of mine!

  26. 26
    Patty Thomas /

    First, I would have to make a margarita, then I’d make something more healthy.

  27. 27
    Tamra Phelps /

    My youngest nephew loves milkshakes, so I might start with a great milkshake. I’d throw in everything from coconut to m&ms, lol.

  28. 28
    Cyndi br /

    I would make a chocolate milkshake

  29. 29

    I would make smoothies.
    Annamaria

  30. 30
    Rachel /

    Of course I’d make this wonderful recipe you have shared because now I am obsessed with it.

  31. 31
    Mary Ann D /

    Because I do it every morning, I would make a protein shake after that I would make a pureed soup of what ever is in season.

  32. 32
    Steven weber /

    I would make green smoothies.

  33. 33
    MaryB /

    Hummus! This recipe looks absolutely delicious and I will be trying it.

  34. 34
    Julie Wood /

    I am going to make my green smoothie or fruit smoothie with this amazing power blender!!

  35. 35
    Alison H. /

    I would make a smoothie first!

  36. 36
    Heather Dawn /

    I would make hummus!

  37. 37
    Athena R /

    I would probably make smoothies first.

  38. 38
    suzanne /

    I would make smoothies all sorts of them.

  39. 39
    Katie /

    I would have to make an orange smoothie first!

  40. 40

    I would make smoothies and homemade salsa! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  41. 41
    Will G /

    I would make margaritas!

  42. 42
    Kimberly C /

    I’m having serious chocolate cravings lately so I’d definitely be making these pots de creme!!

  43. 43
    Sarah Hayes /

    Id make a strawberry smoothie! this looks amazing

  44. 44
    Tina W /

    It’s been a rough winter, so I would crank up the heat and make a pitcher of some kind of blended tropical drink.

  45. 45
    Lauren /

    I would make gazpacho first.

  46. 46
    Cheryl /

    Will definitely make this on Valentines Day. Even my not-so-chocolate-lover husband will eat it if it has whiskey!

  47. 47
    Heather /

    Now that I have seen these pots de creme, they are very high on my list to make!! Delicious!!

  48. 48
    LaTanya /

    I would make some soup

  49. 49
    Mary Beth Elderton /

    OMGoodness! Your Chocolate Whiskey Pots de Creme look like heaven! I would probably make a smoothie immediately just to see this work 🙂 Then I might try this recipe.

  50. 50
    Holly /

    I’d love to try making some of the things my cheap blender can’t, like soups and hummus!

  51. 51
    Amy L /

    I’d make butternut squash soup, and your recipe for whiskey pots de creme for dessert!

  52. 52
    Nornee /

    I’d definitely make soup – cauliflower or carrot!

  53. 53

    What a great giveaway and those pots de creme look fabulous!

  54. 54
    shaunie /

    I would have to say a smoothie

  55. 55
    Marney Opolsky /

    I would make my pea soup and lots of smoothies. I can’t wait

  56. 56
    Christine /

    I would make a fruit smoothie!!

  57. 57
    DJ /

    I would love to make some potato soup.

  58. 58
    Tyneisha /

    I’d love to make a luscious chocolate dessert in this blender!

  59. 59
    Genie L /

    Love to make smoothies and vegan cheesecake

  60. 60
    Rust /

    I would make cream of broccoli soup first.

  61. 61
    heather hayes panjon /

    I would make hummus.

  62. 62
    Sarah Austin /

    Squash soup is first on my list. But would love to do some experimenting too…black bean fudge…hmm

  63. 63
    Brenda Haines /

    I would make this recipe first if I won, you hit me straight in my sweet tooth! 🙂

  64. 64
    Birdiebee /

    The first thing I would make is Butternut Squash Soup.

  65. 65
    Christina A. /

    I would love to make a tropical fruit smoothie with wheatgrass powder! I love them!

  66. 66
    Peggy /

    Smoothies!

  67. 67
    Christopher Thompson /

    I’d make workout smoothies.

  68. 68
    Gina M /

    I would make a strawberry banana smoothie!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  69. 69
    Bridgett Wilbur /

    I would make strawberry smoothies.

  70. 70
    Carrie Conrad /

    I would make smoothies! Yum!

  71. 71
    tk /

    crêpe batter and smoothies!

  72. 72
    sarah s /

    I think that I would try a cauliflower soup and either a homemade frappuccino or nut butter.

  73. 73
    Thomas Murphy /

    I would make a milk shake.

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