Delicious and easy! What more can you say? Thanks! Reviewed for the Veg*n Recipe Swap.
Mmm--mmm-mmm!!! I was in the mood for something chocolately (which is 90% of the time) and had some silken tofu, so I tried this recipe. I used only 6 oz. of chocolate chips (trying to count calories) and it was still very rich and flavorful. This was truly no-fuss and makes an elegant dessert. Thanks Linorama!
Oh My. This is extremely chocolatey! I even added a whole tub of cool whip like someone had suggested. It is very good, and no one would guess from the texture or taste that there's tofu in it. It's really RICH though, so next time I'll use a milk chocolate, or less chocolate altogether.
This is so good and so easy and it's true, you wouldn't know it was tofu. My husband HAAAAAAATES tofu and when I told him I was making it, he whined and whined and begged me to make "real" chocolate mousse but I told him to just give it a try and he liked it.
Wow! I am sooo impressed. This is absolutely decadent-tasting and you're right, Linorama, you would never-in-a-million-years guess that it's tofu. I found this really firm and intensely chocolate after folding in 4 ounces of whipped topping so I went ahead and added the remaining 4 ounces. Wonder what this would be like made with quality chocolate? Hmmm...may have to do more "research". One thing's for certain, there can't possibly be a better way to eat tofu. Ordinarily a recipe with all this chocolate would raise my blood sugar and eventually leave me craving more of the same. I'm guessing it was the soy protein that helped to mediate that effect and I avoided feeling that low blood sugar letdown. What a great rationalization for more mousse.