Chocolate Raspberry Tofu Pie

EatingWell Fast & Flavorful Meatless Meals (2011), July/August 2012

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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.

Chocolate Raspberry Tofu Pie

15 Reviews for Chocolate Raspberry Tofu Pie


This is one of the most delicious chocolate pies I've ever had. By the time everything was blended, I thought it wasn't rasberry-y enough, so i stirred some whole berries into the mousse and added more on top for garnish. Yes, some seeds remain, but the whole berries stirred in seemed to make the seeds more tolerable. Be sure to use the best quality chocolate chips!

Simply delicious

This dessert is really, really good and so easy. I skipped the confectioner's sugar as well as the maple syrup. The chocolate and raspberry flavors are bursting through.


Just put in the 'fridge, but had to give it a taste. Silky, almost mousse-like. Followed recipe to a t except had to use a chocolate crust because the store was out of regular graham cracker.

Anxiously awaiting the chillin' so I can be thrillin'. Wow, that was bad!

Easy peasy
Super yummy -- but, leave out the sugar!

This pie is GREAT! Two things: no need to add the 1/2C confectioner's sugar, it plenty sweet without it. Also: no need to thaw the berries, just throw the frozen ones into blender. Bonus: No one could guess this was made with tofu -- everyone LOVED it, and most ate a second piece.

Easy & tasty
Fabulous vegan dessert

I'm an omnivore and my husband is a vegan. We both loved this one. It beat out any other vegan pie either of us has had. Just enough raspberry and plenty of chocolate flavor. Will make this for more family. Thank you!

Great not only for vegans - smooth, rich yet lighter than you'd think

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