WonderMix- One Minute Wonder Mousse


Okay seriously, if you want to look like a super professional cook (with literally ZERO skills) then make this chocolate mousse recipe.

It is uh-mayyyy-zing!!

Like, I’ve never made mousse before (because it sounded too fancy and I thought only fancy people could make it).

But believe me when I say that a 3-year old could make this stuff…

(okay, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration)…



As far as I’m concerned, this chocolate “wonder” mousse was the perfect consistency of fluffy AND creamy. I attribute the perfect consistency all to the WonderMix. I mean, admit it, it’s pretty impressive for a mixer to be able to whip up a mousse in literally one minute. I used the wire whips for the mousse and the whipped cream. I used the food processor attachment to grate the chocolate.  The wire whips were awesome (with a very consistent and even whipping action). The food processor worked way better than I thought it would with grating chocolate. Using it will definitely be my new plan of attack for grating chocolate for fancy desserts!


WonderMix- One Minute Wonder Mousse
  • 2 small boxes of instant pudding (flavor of your choice)
  • 3 cups milk (2% or whole)
  • 2 cups Cool Whip
  1. Put milk and pudding in the WonderMix. Using the wire whips, beat the pudding mixture for one minute.
  2. Gently pulse in the Cool Whip, just until mixed.
  3. Garnish with homemade whipped cream (recipe below) and shaved chocolate (shaved in WonderMix Food Processor attachment).

WonderMix- Whipped Cream
  • Heavy whipping cream
  • Pure Mexican Vanilla
  • Sugar
  1. Put desired amounts of each item in the WonderMix. Using the wire whips, whip mixture until it turns to whipped cream.


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