Made this yesterday and, although my husband was not thrilled about the idea of a tofu pie at first, even he admitted that it was really good! Very creamy consistency and you can really taste the raspberry. Next time I would make my own crust, but overall this gets two thumbs up!
Chocolate Raspberry Tofu Pie
This chocolate raspberry pie gets an amazing smooth, rich, creamy texture from pureed tofu. But no need to tell that tofu’s the secret ingredient—we’re sure no one will guess.
15 Reviews for Chocolate Raspberry Tofu Pie
This was delicious and SO easy to make! I didn't have any raspberries, so I just omitted. Instead, I spread a thin layer of black raspberry jelly (no seeds) on the top of the chilled pie, and the taste was out of this world.
I've had a few tofu-based desserts in the past and they've always been terrible! You cannot even tell that this has tofu in it. I used a block of bittersweet chocolate and a few semi-sweet chips that I had left in the pantry. I think the strong dark chocolate taste works well with the tart sweetness of the berries. The filling was nice and dense and sliced beautifully. I'm not even a huge fan of chocolate, but I'll def. make this pie again.
This is the best chocolate pie I've had in a while! Could have done with a little less raspberries but that's just my personal taste.
This was so quick and delicious! I couldn't find shelf-stable silken tofu, so I used organic silken tofu that comes in the produce section. Measuring out the tofu, I made a bit of a mistake and added a bit extra, but it still came out super well. I topped it with fresh strawberries I had in my fridge for some extra fruit and garnish, and it was the perfect summery dessert. Can't wait to make it again!