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Chocolate Tofu Mousse

What you need: 

1 (16 ounce) package silken tofu
10 ounces chocolate chips (preferably barley sweetened)
3 tablespoons maple syrup
1 vegan graham cracker crust, optional
fruit, to garnish, optional

What you do: 

1. Blend tofu in food processor (or blender) just until smooth. Melt chips over double boiler.
2. Add maple syrup to melted chocolate and combine. Put chocolate and syrup mixture into processor and mix with tofu until creamy.
3. If desired, put into a graham cracker crust. Chill. Top with fruit.

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
6
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ummm.....can cocoa be subbed for chocolate chips? ???

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Incredible. Non-vegans/tofuphobes would NEVER know.

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This was surprisingly decadent for a tofu-based desert. I melted 8oz of semi-sweet chocolate (that amound was plenty) with 1 tablespoon of cocoa power, and blended it with the tofu. You should definitely refridgerate the pudding at least 6 hours or overnight before serving because it will thicken and get a bit airy. This is a lot healthier than conventional chocolate desserts and hey, I wouldn't mind eating it anytime of the day ;)

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Ohh. Another question? Do I have to use a double boiler... or can i just melt the chocolate chips on the stove in a pot?

I don't have a double boiler.  When I melt chocolate, I place a round glass casserole dish on top of a saucepan that has around an inch of boiling water in it.  You don't want the water rapidly boiling, just lightly.  Place the chocolate chips in the glass dish, and stir continually until melted.

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Ohh. Another question? Do I have to use a double boiler... or can i just melt the chocolate chips on the stove in a pot?

Chocolate burns quite easily so I would recommend using the double boiler :D

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Ohh. Another question? Do I have to use a double boiler... or can i just melt the chocolate chips on the stove in a pot?

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I know that mousse is a dessert... but do you just serve it like that? or do you serve it with cookies or something?

usually you just eat it with a spoon like a "fancy pudding"  but you could garnish it with a cookie.  or like the author suggests, you can just dump it all in a pie crust and serve it as a mousse pie sorta thing.

Okaii thanks! I'll make it tonight!!!

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I know that mousse is a dessert... but do you just serve it like that? or do you serve it with cookies or something?

usually you just eat it with a spoon like a "fancy pudding"  but you could garnish it with a cookie.  or like the author suggests, you can just dump it all in a pie crust and serve it as a mousse pie sorta thing.

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