Easy Chocolate Kahlua Souffle – Made in Your Blender!

Chocolate Kahlua Souffle - Triple Chocolate Kitchen

This year, we spent New Year’s Eve with Jeffrey’s family in Alabama, which was a fun change of pace. I love being around friends and family to ring in the new year! Everyone brought drinks to share, and we sat around the campfire chatting and watching the neighbors set off fireworks. I brought hot chocolate and Kahlua, which was a nice way to say hello to 2014 indeed.

happy new year

Celebrating by the glow of the campfire

Actually, it was gingerbread Kahlua, which was doubly delicious (and it was on the clearance rack at the liquor store, woo hoo). I love, love, love gingerbread (here’s the gingerbread cookie recipe I make every year).

Anyway, I now have a half-empty bottle of gingerbread Kahlua to use up, and while I could drink Kahlua-spike hot chocolates all winter, I remembered a Sandra Lee souffle recipe that uses Kahlua, so I decided to give it a whirl.

And I’m so glad I did.

Easy Chocolate Kahlua Souffle

It you’re looking for a rich, decadent dessert that is extremely impressive and equally easy to make, look no further. Souffles have a bad reputation of being hard to make, but you whip these together in your blender, and they’re so delicious that even if they fall a little, no one will care.

I used gingerbread Kahlua in my recipe, but you could sub for whatever flavor you have on hand (or just plain Kahlua would be delicious too). If you don’t want to use alcohol in your recipe, give it a try with straight-up coffee. I haven’t tried it, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work.

Easy Chocolate Gingerbread Kahlua Souffle

Easy Chocolate Kahlua Souffle – Made in Your Blender!

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 6 desserts

Easy Chocolate Kahlua Souffle – Made in Your Blender!

Rich, decadent souffles with combining the tastes of chocolate and coffee. This dessert will impress!


  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup Kahlua
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 8-ounce package cream cheese
  • butter
  • sugar
  • powdered sugar


  1. Melt chocolate into Kahlua over low heat, stirring to prevent burning. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly.
  2. Add five eggs to blender and pulse.
  3. With blender on low, slowly drizzle in cooled chocolate mixture.
  4. Cut the cream cheese into chunks and add to blender one at a time.
  5. Blend 3-5 minutes until mixture is smooth and well-combined.
  6. Butter and sugar 6 ramekins or oven-safe custard dishes.
  7. Fill dishes almost completely full and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
  8. Remove from oven and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Serve immediately.

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20 thoughts on “Easy Chocolate Kahlua Souffle – Made in Your Blender!

  1. This sounds incredible and definitely well within my New Year’s resolution to EAT MORE CHOCOLATE. JK, I resolved to EAT MORE KAHLUA, tee hee.

  2. YIKES! Sugar overload! Here’s a low carb diabetic version: 1 cup ricotta cheese, 3 tablespoons (heaping) of baking cocoa- Hershey’s dark is best, 1 level tablespoon Truvia or Raw Honey: Blend in blender. Serve.

    • While I’m sure that your recipe is a yummy dessert, I don’t think it’s really a “version” of a chocolate souffle. :-p This sounds more like a version of pudding, which sounds great, but a souffle poofs up when baked for a really unique texture. Souffles are decadent and meant to be eaten rarely and with absolutely no guilt. 🙂 But thanks for sharing! I think your recipe is probably a perfect substitution for chocolate pudding.

  3. I LOVE KHALUA and i adore chocolate itself so i think that recipe will be a good mix! thanks for sharing! the sweetest the better!

  4. What’s not to love, Kahula and Chocolate, my favorites. I served hot Kahula chocolate coffee one Halloween to parents who were getting cold taking their kids out, it was a huge success. I gave them the cups and asked if they would return them, and they all did! This I will make, took down the recipe. Thanks!

  5. You had me at the picture of kahlua…let alone it’s gingerbread! Then seeing how easy it is to make. I plan on making this some evening but I want the family to think I slaved over it lol

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