With a need for dessert and drool in my mouth, I needed a recipe that wouldn’t add weight to my south. High in protein and all made from scratch, a pie from the heavens would soon be my match. A secret ingredient that was sure to fool all, a fudge like texture to make your knees buckle and fall. Sinful, and decadent, and well worth the wait, Christmas dinner was good, but dessert was like fate.
The last two and a half weeks I didn’t eat any sugary cookies, candy, or cakes. As crazy as that sounds it wasn’t all that hard, and it was more than worth it for the decadent pie I made for Christmas dessert. This was the easiest pie I have ever made…ever.
I had so much success with my pumpkin pie I knew it was time to try something similar, but with chocolate. This pie is so rich you won’t need more than one slice! Not only does this pie not need to be baked (nope, not even the crust) it literally took me around 10 minutes to throw together once I had all my ingredients set up! Talk about a perfect last minute dessert idea!! NO one will know you didn’t slave for hours with this beauty. My favorite part – FIVE ingredients, and 36G of protein! Have your pie AND eat it too!
10 Minute Fudge Pie
- 12.5 oz sprouted tofu
- 2 tsp cocoa powder
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 2 tablespoons almond milk
- pinch of salt
- 1 2/3 cups semisweet chocolate chips (to tone down the richness, use 1 1/3 C)
Mix your tofu, cocoa powder, vanilla, milk, and salt in a blender or food processor. Once mixed, pour into a large bowl. Melt your chocolate chips in a heat safe bowl on the stove, or in a microwave. Once chips are melted pour into the bowl with your other mixed ingredients and fold together until well combined.
Once well combined pour out onto your pie crust. I’m a crust lover, and I made a graham cracker crust that was even easier than the pie filling! I used an entire box of GF graham crackers, which was a total of 8oz. You can do the math for that…
Graham Cracker Crust (GF)
- 8oz graham crackers
- 3 tblsp almond milk
Blend your graham crackers in a blender or food processor until powder like. Then add your milk and blend until combined. Once combined, pour into your pie dish and push the crust out onto the sides, make sure you push firmly. This is ready to use immediately.
Once your fudge pie is poured onto your crust stick the pie into the fridge for at least 4 hours. The longer it stays in the fridge, the firmer it will be.
I barely had enough patience to take these photos, hence the lack of quality. Pie before pictures this time! This pie was so durable, a hefty slice made it all the way to Arizona with me! I was able to share this with my family in the desert. I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas, and if you don’t celebrate I hope you had a wonderful Wednesday. My house was full of love and joy, and of course GREAT food!
Q: Who wants to face plant into this pie with me?
60 thoughts on “10 Minute Fudge Pie”
Alex @ Cookie Dough Katzen
I want to try this! The tofu doesn’t scare me. I love CCK’s desserts, especially her cookie dough bites with beans. 🙂
Ohh man, black bean brownies are my favorite. I need to make more of her stuff!! She is a genius!
Change of Pace
Love your poem- I also need desserts that don’t add weight to my south!
I’m going to have to try this- I love chocolate, and of course I love easy!
PLEASE do, I think Kelly would LOVE this pie!
Life After Swimming
You are the cutest with your little poem! Adorable 🙂 Yummy!!
That crust is genius!
Looks great, Britt!
I made Katie’s version and it was to die for! I fooled so many people into eating tofu and they had NO idea!! Gotta love it :).
This. Looks. AMAZING.
Amanda @ .running with spoons.
You’re the second person I’ve come across today to post about a chocolate tofu pie… I think it’s a sign from the heavens that I need to attempt something like this myself. But I need to recover from my Christmas cookie coma first 😯
I promise you..if you make this pie..you will not regret it. PLEASE make a pie with tofu..it’s life changing!
Davida @The Healthy Maven
Your first line…I love you. I will happily face plant into this with you!
Commence with planting of face into fudge pie.
kathy@vodka and soda
OMG. GIMMIE THAT PIE RIGHT MEOW!!
Matt @ Runner Savvy
Haha tofu scares the hell out of me!
Understandable, HOWEVER..I would bet good money that if you like chocolate and I made this pie for you…you would DEVOUR IT!! Take my word for it..I ALWAYS test things like this on “non tofu lovers.” Bahaha. Regardless, your comment made me laugh.
A Tablespoon of Liz
Yum!! That looks very dense and fudge, which is exactly how I like my pie!! I actually have a box of those s’morables in my cupboard (I didn’t read the box well enough and thought they were gluten free s’mores… and I’m not a huge fan of the taste plain) This is definitly how I’m going to use them up!!
HA! I can see how you confused them for s’mores! Too funny, this crust was really good so make yourself a delicious pie!
Sign me up! I love face plants into orgasmic foods! Hee,hee. Looks amazing, Brittany! My daughter’s friend showed up to visit her and made her dairy free brownies using black beans!!! Whoa! They were actually good! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas as well.
Black bean brownies are unreal!! SO delicious!
oh heavens this looks delicious- just in time for NYE 🙂
i want to do dirty things with this pie. 🙂
Would you judge me if I said I already had…just kidding..but not really.
Girl, if I had known a slice of this pie came to Arizona, I totally would’ve driven 4+ hours just to try a bite!! It looks SO rich and decadent — my chocolaty idea of heaven! Love how easy it is to make too. Those quick show-stopping treats are my favorites!
Hope you have a wonderful time in Arizona!! Say hi to all of the cacti for me! 😉
So I saw the picture and new I was in LOVE. Yes mamma. It looks amazing!! Make me some and send it over the sound?! No? Okkkk I’ll make my own! 😉
Bahaha if I make this again, I cannot promise it will make it to you! PLEASE MAKE IT!
Ok ok you convinced me!! 🙂
I would like to face plant into the pie with you. Also, I am always so suprised by your ingredients- tofuuuuu?!?!? in chocolate pie??? how do you do it.
HAVE AN AMAZINGGGGG TIME IN AZ!!!! SO EXCITED FRO YOU! PLEASE ENJOY THE HEAT FOR ME AND DONT TOUCH ANY CACTUS’ (or is it cacti?) xoxo
Yum! Happy new year Britt. 🙂
ME!! I want to face plant with you!!! 😛
This looks so creamy and incredible, I can’t get over it. And since it has all that protein (and chocolate is practically a healthy food with all those antioxidant 😉 ), I think it would be a suitable breakfast. 😉
And your poem is too cute. Love it! Have a fabulous New Year, my friend!
You must be in my brain, because these were my EXACT thoughts!! Aside from the sugar in the chocolate, this pie is BASICALLY a great meal!! HA..kinda..almost…just go with it!! 😉
MEEEEEE!!! ahh, can we please live together so you can make these lovely things all the time and I can drool and swoon?! Oh wait, I am doing that anyway. Your poem is awesome.. haha I giggled. This looks so scrumptious!! Maybe we should open a vegan bake shop in Seattle, you bake and I will, ermmmm….sell things? Or eat them. Or sell things while eating. – who needs to go back to school anyway? 😀
Looks so good! I’m adding this to me weekend shopping list!
I SO want to face plant in this pie!!!
The Vegan 8
Looks incredible and so chocolatey….and you know I love chocolate!! I just made a mini chocolate peanut butter pie yesterday and I hate to admit it’s almost gone, lol! I don’t eat tofu unfortunately, but this still looks incredible and I love how easy it is….that’s my motto!
yesssssss! Oh my gosh this fudgy beautiful pie needs to be in my face right now. Seriously have been craving chocolate like a crazed menstruating fool lately… which is weird seeing as how I’m not crazed nor menstruating….
That’s beside the point. Main point to take away from all this is that that pie looks freaking delicious!
An Unrefined Vegan
What?!! Your two week sugar break was well worth this beauty!
I want you to smash this pie in my face immediately!!
Arman @ thebigmansworld
No joke I have 3 packages of mori nu tofu which I have no idea what to do with (I once fried it and it turned to….I don’t even know how to describe it)
THIS RECIPE will fill that void.
GiGi Eats Celebrities
Instead of face plant, how about we sit in that pie like its a hot tub??
Reblogged this on will hike for food and commented:
If I hadn’t just sworn off sweets for the next few weeks, I’d be making this now.
Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl
10 minute fudge anything is pretty much the greatest day in my life. Major yum!
Luv What You Do
I am so impressed! I definitely ate my weight in sugar and cheese this weekend : )
you had me at 10 minutes !
Do you think 4:30 in the morning is too early to make some? Ha Ha! It seriously looks so good!
I made a few desserts with tofu and beans over the holidays, and I’m now a believer. You had me at fudge regardless if the recipe was healthy or not! I’ve been going a tad overboard on chocolate covered delicacies, so I’m sure my body would thank you for making this!
I’ve never eaten tofu before, but for this I might be willing to make an exception. Rushing or not, I think it looks and sounds delicious. You had me at chocolate.
Barbara Bamber | justasmidgen
What a luscious pie, but I’m still stuck on the fact that you abstained from sweets for so long!! I’m totally impressed. If that were me, there wouldn’t be a slice of pie left for my family! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and have an even happier New Year!! xx ps what does sprouted tofu look like??
Allison @ Life's a Bowl
I’ve never cooked with tofu before (only eaten it in miso soup), but miso wanna try this now!
I do believe you have convinced me to try tofu!
karla @ finding my fit
oooh dear goodness my mouth is watering for that. and its 837 am…
I can’t wait to make this and not tell people about the tofu until after they tell me how much they love it. Even then if it freaks them out, more for me next time. 🙂
Hi! Making this yummy pie right now!! One question: did you drain or press your tofu first? Thanks!
Hello! I’m sure by now the pie is done, sorry for the late reply! I did not drain or press my tofu, I just put it right into my blender! I hope everything turned out for you! Let me know what you thought!
Meeeee! 🙂 A beautiful easy yummy pie! I love it too!
Have to try this one!
di @ life of di.
I’m actually planning a sugar detox when we get back from NYC; however, after my two weeks is up, I plan to make this pie for family dinner (a weekly Sunday night dinner with my parents and sister/brother-in-law.) I think they will all love it and I don’t plan on telling them the ‘secret’ ingredient until after they eat it! 😉
Rach @ This Italian Family
What?! Are you serious?! I can actually eat this! And I SO want to because it looks incredible!
Melissa @ Al Forno Mementos
ohhh mann too much chocolate for me to handle!! haha
Just made this and it’s sitting in the fridge, awaiting it’s demise. I kept “accidentally” getting the filling on my fingers and I also didn’t bother scraping off the gooey-ness off my tools. It’s good so far! Thanks!
Thank you so much for sharing! I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since I made this! Time for more. 🙂