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Simple Chocolate Protein Pudding

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This vegan chocolate protein pudding is an easy-to-make dessert that tastes rich, but high in protein thanks to the nutritious, protein-packed silken tofu base.

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Why you’ll love this recipe

You’re going to love this recipe because it satisfies your sweet tooth, made with minimal ingredients, packed with protein and is the perfect healthy treat that takes about five minutes to make! Impress a loved one with this vegan chocolate tofu pudding.

As a bonus, tofu is an excellent low-carb, high-protein food, and is also a great source of calcium and iron. The only thing better than thick and creamy chocolate pudding is a thick and creamy chocolate pudding that also happens to be protein-packed, full of fiber and calcium, vegan and gluten free. You can even have this chocolate tofu pudding as a post-workout snack! 😋

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To make this chocolate protein pudding you will need

Ingredients for vegan chocolate protein pudding: Silken tofu, semi sweet chocolate chips, cocoa powder, coconut cream, maple syrup, instant coffee, salt.

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How to make chocolate tofu pudding

Using your microwave or the double-boiler method on your stove, melt the chocolate chips. Set aside.

White bowl with melted chocolate in it on a white marble counter top with a wooden spoon in the bowl.

In a blender or food processor, add all your other ingredients.

Blender cup with ingredients for tofu chocolate pudding in it.

Then pour the melted chocolate in.

Blend until very smooth, scraping down the sides if necessary and adding a splash of plant-based milk if your machine has trouble blending. 

Portion the pudding out into cups or jars and enjoy right away or chill for an hour or more before enjoying. The pudding will thicken up as it chills and will develop a nice thick mousse texture. 

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Meal prepping & storing

Protein pudding tastes best when it’s freshly made, so I do recommend making these the day of if possible. If you would like to meal prep them, these last 3 days in the fridge. Just grab one when you’re ready to serve, and add the toppings!

This pudding makes a perfect healthy dessert, snack, or breakfast, so go get blending!

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Other vegan recipes to try

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Classic Waldorf Salad

This classic Waldorf Salad is full of fresh, crispy, apples, celery, grapes and walnuts with a creamy mayonnaise dressing served over a bed of lettuce. Serve it as a side dish or appetizer at Christmas or Thanksgiving. You can easily add chicken or turkey to make it a complete meal!

Get the recipe → Classic Waldorf Salad

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Simple Vegan Chocolate Protein Pudding Recipe

Yield: 6 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Vegan tofu chocolate protein pudding is an easy-to-make dessert that tastes rich, but uses nutritious, protein-packed silken tofu as a base.

Instructions

  1. Using your microwave or the double-boiler method on your stove, melt the chocolate chips. Set aside.
  2. In a blender or food processor, add all your other ingredients, then pour the melted chocolate in. Blend until very smooth, scraping down the sides if necessary and adding a splash of plant-based milk if your machine has trouble blending. 
  3. Portion the pudding out into cups or jars and enjoy right away or chill for an hour or more before enjoying. The pudding will thicken up as it chills and will develop a nice thick mousse texture. 

Notes

How to store:

  1. Store in sealed containers in the fridge for up to 3 days.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 6
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 373Total Fat: 23gSaturated Fat: 15.5gSodium: 50mgCarbohydrates: 31gNet Carbohydrates: 28gFiber: 3.9gSugar: 23gProtein: 9.8g

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