Aaaah, vegan chocolate pudding! One of the things that we missed when we went vegan was pudding, and especially chocolate pudding. But we miss it no more! That’s because of this is astonishingly easy vegan chocolate crème pudding (or blancmange or pots de crème)! That’s because a vegan chocolate pudding by any other name is still as sweet (and silky, and chocolatey!)
You will be amazed at how easy this pudding is to make. In fact, the hardest thing about it is not eating it up all at once! But save some for the kids, if you have them, or for others. Or for later, in front of the television. But we digress…
Here is our recipe for smooth, delicious, and easy vegan chocolate pudding!
Vegan Chocolate Crème Pudding
1 box firm silken tofu (not the refrigerated kind – the kind that is on supermarket shelves in the Asian section – see picture below)
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scant 3/4 cup soy milk (we use vanilla flavored unsweetened soy milk)
1/3 cup vegan sugar
1/2 Tablespoon vanilla extract
3 Tablespoons dark cocoa powder or raw cacao (we use raw cacao)
Blend all ingredients in a blender until very smooth
Pour into serving dishes and chill until it’s time to serve.
This is the kind of tofu you want:
We recently made this to take to a potluck (we poured it into small Dixie cups and transported them in a baking pan) and it was a huge hit! It’s rich enough that even a small amount is very satisfying!
Vegan Chocolate Crème Pudding in background (Vegan Almond Crème in foreground)
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