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Wonderful. I used a 10 oz package of tofu since that is what I found in my market. I also used a jello pudding mix that is fat free and sugar free. Tried it with coconut flavor and it turned out great, thick and nice like a custard. Next, I will make 2 packages of pudding for a banana cream pie. Oh by the way, the tofu will look crumbly at first, but no worries, let the mixer keep beating and in a couple of minutes, it will turn shiny and smooth :).

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Engineer in the Kitchen August 17, 2009

Delish.

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yogiclarebear April 24, 2008

I can't believe that I haven't rated this yet!!!! I had complete success, although I hate losing a bit of the tofu to the outside of the bowl...haha! But, my 5 year old (scared of tofu) LOVES this "pudding". Oh, and the chocolate too. :D I used fat free sugar free pudding mix, btw. This is my favorite thing in the world now...rates above any other chocolate, that's for sure. Now, to try the butterscotch version. :D

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SmoochTheCook March 24, 2007
Jello Chocolate Mousse W/Tofu