Chocolate Silk Pudding – easy to make with just 4 ingredients – sweet, rich & creamy deliciousness!
If you’re looking for something sweet, rich, creamy, non-dairy and chocolatey you’ve come to the right place. This Chocolate Silk Pudding is all about those things.
This recipe is made with silken tofu but don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like tofu at all. If you didn’t know it was made with tofu, you wouldn’t even guess it was. The silken tofu just makes things very creamy without that “beany” taste.
Super simple and quick to make is what’s happening with this recipe. This pudding comes together in about 15 minutes with only 4 ingredients and 1 optional one.
Luscious Creamy Chocolate Dessert
As a stand alone dessert, this seemingly “decadent” Chocolate Silk Pudding will surprise you with its simple elegance. It will satisfy any sweet tooth! And if you want, top it with a little whipped coconut cream for added creamy deliciousness.
This recipe is also delicious as a dip or spread – try it on a slice of toast or your favorite quick bread.
It’s especially yummy as a dip for fresh strawberries or piped onto fresh strawberry halves.
Chocolate Silk Pudding
- 2 pkgs FIRM silken tofu 12.3 oz. size
- 2 1/2 cups dark chocolate chips
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 1 or 2 pinches salt
- 1 - 2 Tbsp strong brewed coffee (optional)
- Place the silken tofu, vanilla, salt and optional strong brewed coffee in the bowl of a food processor with the metal S blade
- Melt the chocolate chips in a metal bowl over a pot of hot water or use a double boiler. The water should be hot but NOT boiling and NOT touching the bottom of the bowl
- Stir with a rubber spatula until the chocolate chips are melted and creamy
- Add the melted chocolate chips to the other ingredients in the food processor and process until smooth and creamy. Stop and scrape the sides as needed with a rubber spatula and then continue to process until everything is smoothly combined
- Scrape the pudding into a bowl and cover and refrigerate for at least an hour to chill
- Serve as is or topped with whipped coconut cream, use as a spread or as a dip for strawberries
I’m sure that anything that goes well with chocolate would be a delicious compliment to this pudding. But even by itself it is definitely a special treat – even just sneaking a spoonful or two from the fridge – not that I’ve tried that or anything 😉