Chocolate Tofu Mousse

  • nhnelson

    Posts: 113

    Feb 24, 2010 6:49 PM GMT
    Dudes, I have discovered something incredible.

    Chocolate Tofu Mousse.

    Here's what you'll need:

    10oz (285g) Silken Tofu (The softest you can get)
    3oz 70% or higher Dark chocolate
    1/4 C. cocoa powder
    2T Rasberry Jam
    2T Non-fat milk
    2T Natural Cane Sugar

    Puree the tofu in a blender or food processor. Make it nice and smooth. Over a double boiler, melt the chocolate, jam, cocoa powder, milk and sugar together. Once it's all liquidy and smooth, stir the pureed tofu into the chocolate mixture. Spoon into 4 individual serving cups, and refrigerate for a couple of hours.

    It's life-changing.
  • swimlang86

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    Feb 24, 2010 10:10 PM GMT
    I did the recipe a year ago, although I just melted Ghiradelli chocolate with sugar and incorporated the two. If you go into this recipe waiting for the same (or even similar) texture, you will be disappointed. If you go in with an open mind for a light, soft, smooth desert you will be pleased.

    I think I was waiting for something light and fluffy. Reminds me of the whipped yogurt you can buy.
  • nhnelson

    Posts: 113

    Feb 25, 2010 2:49 AM GMT
    PAJohn saidSounds good. I'm going to substitute soy milk for the regular milk to make it totally vegan then I'll get back to you tomorrow to let you know how it turned out.


    please do. I'd love do know what you think.
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    Feb 25, 2010 2:50 AM GMT
    This sounds really good! I will have to try it. icon_smile.gif
  • nhnelson

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    Feb 25, 2010 2:50 AM GMT
    swimlang86 saidI did the recipe a year ago, although I just melted Ghiradelli chocolate with sugar and incorporated the two. If you go into this recipe waiting for the same (or even similar) texture, you will be disappointed. If you go in with an open mind for a light, soft, smooth desert you will be pleased.

    I think I was waiting for something light and fluffy. Reminds me of the whipped yogurt you can buy.


    this is very, very true. It's delicious, but it's, of course, not really comparable to the real thing. Kind of like soymilk is nothing like regular milk, but if you don't have the expectation of it being like milk, it stands on its own as a pretty tasty beverage.