1/17 Chocolate Pudding in Fancy Dress

I needed to make a dessert for our Meatless Meals To-Go clients in a quick way. I wanted it to be exciting and light, with very little or no sugar. This is what I came up with. It is the easiest and most alluring chocolate pudding I have ever had. This is the perfect dessert to whip up for company or for an evening-in with an addictive novel. It is edible immediately but becomes even better overnight.

Photo By: S. Duquet

Chocolate Pudding in Fancy Dress

By: S. Duquet


2 one pound packages of silken tofu. Drained.

2 Tsp vanilla

1 Tsp orange extract

5 Tbsp cocoa powder

1 10 oz jar seedless raspberry all fruit spread ( I used Polaner)

Make It Happen

~Put all ingredients in food processor or blender and blend until very smooth.

~Put in small decorative bowls, martini glasses or ramekins. Cover and chill then enjoy.

Photo By: S. Duquet

Because this pudding is non dairy and does not require being cooked, it never develops a yucky skin on top. Likewise, it thickens in the fridge  to an exquisite consistency without added thickeners. The orange extract eliminates all traces of tofu taste leaving a bright and citrusy dark chocolate dish. We loved this pudding and I hope you do too.

Have a delicious day.

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  1. nik Says:

    I want to cut a giant strawberry in half and use it to scoop up that entire that bowlful of heaven. :)
    Your Meatless Meals To-Go is ahead of its time. Did you read about Brendan Brazier’s new Thrive Foods Direct meal service? Lots of recent press about it…
    I think people would appreciate options for dinner-only or breakfast-only in addition to the 3 -meals-a-day/1 week too.
    Is this kind of mail-order service where you might head with MMTG?

  2. Kiki Says:

    I have to try that! :)

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