wolf gourmet blender contest feature imageFather’s day is a great occasion to give your dad an appliance like the amazing Wolf Blender. Face it, father’s day should never have been about neck ties or cardigan sweaters or silly fish plaques that sing silly songs. Get your dad something he’ll use! I’m a dad and, like me, many dads love to experiment in the kitchen. How much easier it is with the right tools (and anyone who remembers Tim the Tool Man Taylor knows it’s all about the tools). Learn how to enter for a chance to win this amazing kitchen tool for your father, husband (or self I suppose, haha).

Wolf Blender will bring our your creative side

Place a Wolf Gourmet blender in your kitchen and suddenly creative cooking concoctions are minutes away. Soups and smoothies are a given: but you will be experimenting like never before. It’s not only fun to create something new, it’s in our blood. Your father likely needs this creative output as much as anyone else.

I have to admit, one of the first set of ingredients that I would experiment with is ice, lime, tequila, and cointreau. I am confident that with the right blender, several weekends, and patience—and a lot of trial and error—I would end up with the absolute perfect margarita.

Put a smile on dad’s face

We sent a Wolf Gourmet blender to two bloggers for honest reviews (Christine did a review in English; Myriam did a review in French). Read their reviews and watch their videos to see some of the fantastic things they created with this blender. They both really enjoyed it as you can tell from their reviews. You’ll know after watching those reviews how much better this appliance would be as a father’s day gift than any of those so called traditional gifts. You could ask your dad if he wants one … but that would spoil the surprise. Instead you can put in his card: “you gift is an entry to a contest at Best Buy for a Wolf blender.” He’ll be thrilled!

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy but you can enter only once. In a comment below this article, tell us one amazing and creative set of ingredients you think your dad should experiment with if he wins this blender.

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we will randomly select one winner from all eligible entries to receive a new Wolf Gourmet blender .

This contest runs from June 15th until June 29th.

Remember you can enter only once in the comments beneath this article. But share this contest with your friends and family who may not know that this truly is a great father’s day gift idea.

Win a Wolf Gourmet Blender Contest Rules and Regulations

Good luck


  1. Hmmm my dad loves matcha so I’m thinking he should make a creative smoothie/smoothie bowl with some matcha meets sour ingredients. I haven’t tried sour matcha yet..
    So maybe matcha powder, yogurt, lemon, and a homemade sour mix. Add in a banana for substance… maybe?

    Now that could be interesting….

  2. I would love to win a Wolf Gourmet Blender as my father is going to be 92 years old and he could make healthy smoothies, soup (i.e. broccoli soup), etc. that would be beneficial for his health and easier for him to eat and drink. He would absolutely love it!

  3. The Wolf Gourmet Blender can handle Smoothies, Soups, Dips, Dressings, Sauces etc.… but most importantly Dad needs improvement in his bartending skills especially with blended acholic drinks when entertaining.
    I know Dad can handle the basics i.e., ice liquor coffee drinks however he should then enter into bartending experiments starting with my favorite, Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Slushies!
    Ingredients include frozen strawberries, freshly squeezed lemons, vodka a small amount of sugar and ice.

  4. He can finally make that protein ice cream I’ve been raving about. No Fat Jello Pudding Butterscotch, Proteins Powder, Sugar Free Syrup, and Ice

  5. My Dad loves portugese chicken, he should try to make his own special blend of piri piri sauce

  6. This would be great for him to make his soups in! He makes some really good and delicious soups

  7. My dad loves his smoothies and he would experiment using vegetables, fruits, ice cream and flax seeds!

  8. My dad would love to prepare his pea soup with mint oil in this blender — a wonderful mix of grapeseed oil, fresh mint, leeks, fresh shelled peas, and plain Greek yogurt.

  9. Dad enjoys his smoothies, but his breakfast smoothie is a but lumpy, maybe a Wolf blender would help;)
    basic recipe is large flaked oats softened in milk and blended cold-seeped coffee, a banana and syrup or brown sugar

  10. I think my dad should experiment with 1/2 banana, 1 sliced peach, a handful of raspberries, 1/2 tablespoon Almond Butter. Blend the smoothie with a few pieces of ice and 1/2 to 3/4 cup of Almond Milk. I will be thrilled if he wins this Wolf Gourmet Blender from Best Buy Blog!!! @IcanLou

  11. It would be awesome trying to make a smoothie with chocolate chip cookies, milk, and strawberries!

  12. A favorite mix in our family is watermelon and vanilla ice cream and coconut ! Amazing ! Hope we can win this !

  13. My dad loves trying different ingredients, I think he should experiment with white beans, date sugar and maple syrup.

  14. Amazing Pesto with fresh basil leaves, extra virgin oil, pine nuts, garlic, grated parmesan cheese and a pinch of salt and pepper.

  15. Fresh nut butters – Almond or cashew with a bit of oil.

    Second choice would be fresh fruit smoothies – difficult to thoroughly blend pineapple with his blender, so it would be nice to see how the Wolf does.

  16. “They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day” smoothie from ‘End of Days'(1999) 🙂

  17. I would get him to use a lot of fresh in season berries, banana, protein powder and yogurt!! Whip..whip it good Smoodie ala Christa.

  18. Ice cubes, instant coffee, sugar, chocolate syrup, milk and heavy cream! Homemade Iced Capp 😀

  19. He loves margeratas but always uses the frozen premade ones. I would say fresh lemon juice strawberries and tequila

  20. My dad has a great key lime pie recipe that he makes in the blender, would love to see how it tastes using this one.

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