How simple—and delicious—are berries topped with a rich custard and baked into a crusty dessert (or breakfast) gratin. No one will ever guess that you've replaced much of the butter in traditional almond cream with tofu.
197 calories;7.0 g fat(2.0 g sat); 4.0 g fiber; 30.0 g carbohydrates; 5.0 g protein; 20.0 mcg folate; 36 mg cholesterol; 23.0 g sugars; 18.0 g added sugars; 176.0 IU vitamin A; 13.0 mg vitamin C; 43.0 mg calcium; 1.0 mg iron; 50 mg sodium; 165.0 mg potassium
Easy and delicious
Works flawlessly every time, even when I have to substitute ingredients for what I have on hand (have substituted firm tofu for silken, have also subbed in an extra egg). I use little ramekins rather than one big dish.
Pros: quick, easy to prepare, tasty, family favourite
January 16, 2010
By: EatingWell User
I was skeptical of tofu and berries as a dessert, but this is really good, and a nice fruit dessert for winter. We'll make again soon!