500g firm silken tofu
375g melted chocolate (I used Sweet William original)
1/2 cup of cocoa powder (a rough estimate)
1/4 cup vegan honey
1 tsp cinnamon (optional)
First blend the tofu with the vegan honey (you could use agave, maple syrup or another sweetener) until smooth. Then melt the chocolate in the microwave. In our microwave it took about 1 min and 15 seconds – be careful here, you don’t want to put it in for too long. Add the melted chocolate to the tofu and mix it together. Next add the cocoa powder to make it richer. I just kept adding until it I was happy with it, so 1/2 cup is a rough estimate, but just add it a bit as a time to suit your taste. I also added in about 1 tsp of cinnamon here.
Then I put it all back in the blender until it was looking smooth and creamy again. The whole lot went into the fridge to thicken and give the flavours time to develop. This takes at least a couple of hours. I made it in the morning to have that night. To serve I just put some in a small bowl and topped it with chopped nuts, raspberries and a sprinkle of cinnamon. It was really, really yummy. This made enough for about 4-6 serves.
Really you can do whatever you like with it, eat it plain, swirl a fruity sauce through it, or even a white chocolate version of the pudding, your imagination is the limit.