Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Purple Pudding
I know, right...it's purple. I have been trying to step outside of my normal savory use of tofu and this was my first trial of a sweet pudding (no cooking). I am happy to say that I really liked it (the illustrator like it too)! I was a little afraid at first, but with an open mind...I dove in. This is definitely not going to be my last experience with tofu pudding. The tofu flavor definitely mellows out when you let it sit in the refrigerator for a couple of hours and let the other flavors infuse in the tofu. I like that you can make it as sweet as you want it to be depending on your mood. I realize this is not a new thing and that there are many versions of tofu pudding out there, but this was my first adventure into the world of tofu pudding. My version for this one is very lightly sweetened, so I let the berries do their thing to make it fresh and sweet tasting. Add more sugar if your berries aren't sweet enough.

Tofu Berry Pudding
1/2 block silken firm lite tofu
1/2 cup frozen mixed berries
2 tsp powder sugar

Blend everything in a blender or food processor until smooth. Stop and scrape it down a couple of times while processing. Refrigerate for a couple of hours or more until ready to eat!

To be honest, I ate the whole thing, but it could serve two.
143 calories total

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