Recipe by aquariuscook
"There are many variations that can be done to this versatile recipe, its limited only by your imagination. Love this one and so will your kids!"
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1 1/2 (4.8 ounce) packages
graham crackers, broken into small pieces
semisweet chocolate chips
2 (12 ounce) packages
silken tofu, drained
Saw this on ARTV. Just had to make it. Love the crust flavor. Subbed in a little bit of pecans with the almonds. Good flavor on the filling, even with the dreaded tofu, LOL! Tastes like a chocolate pudding pie. The crust crumbled for me trying to get it out of the pan, still tasted great all mixed in with the filling. I microwaved the chips to melt, worked fine. Just 45 seconds and stir, less time at the end. I had extra filling left over, I would suggest a deeper pie plate as the crust was thick in my shallow 9". In the video she says to only cook it 10 minutes and didn't cool it before she put the filling in. Try it, you'll like it! Thanks for the recipe.
This turned out very rich. It was a little too rich for my husbands tastes. No one guessed that it had tofu in it.
Seriously tasty. My tofu-'hating' fiancee loved this dessert.
This is so good and it is so easy to make!! No anti-tofu people will ever even know it is in there.
So easy and tastes great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate-Almond Tofu Pie
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 373
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