If your dessert repertoire needs a little shaking up, try these delicious tofu dessert recipes.
They’re sweet, filled with protein, and definitely a step outside the dessert box.
Tofu is no longer just for savory dishes! From mousses to cakes to ice creams, this round-up proves tofu’s versatility.
Tofu is made by coagulating soy milk and pressing the solids into a block.
It’s essentially fermented bean curd, like cheese curds but dairy-free.
While that might sound unappetizing to some, tofu actually has a lovely flavor.
Tofu is slightly sweet, salty, and mildly nutty. Its taste is quite neutral, so it works well with other flavors.
That’s why it’s so darn good in desserts! Well, that, and its creamy texture. If you want a silky and luxurious vegan dessert, look no further than tofu.
Here are 20 of my favorite tofu dessert recipes to get you started.
Hear me out. Tofu mousse is the best way to make a mousse.
It’s silky smooth, deliciously chocolatey, and full of protein. Plus, you only need three ingredients and it’s super easy to make.
There’s no blooming gelatin, whipping cream, careful folding, or waiting for it to set.
Simply blend everything together in a food processor. Then, you can eat it right away!
It just takes 5 minutes, and you’re done. Letting this mousse sit in the fridge for half an hour makes it even better.
Skip the Snack Pack pudding and try this one instead. It’s creamy, sweet, and chocolatey, just like the lunch box favorite.
However, this version is healthy and made with whole ingredients.
It’s tea time! This deliciously green matcha tofu cheesecake is everything you love about no-bake cheesecake. It’s easy to make and tastes fantastic.
This particular recipe is creamy, earthy, cooling, and delicious. The crust is sweet and buttery.
Now, matcha is powerful stuff, so a little goes a long way.
In fact, this recipe only uses three tablespoons of matcha powder, and it’s super vibrant.
If citrus is your jam, then try this vegan lemon tofu cheesecake. It’s bright, tart, and super yummy! And since it’s vegan, everyone can enjoy it.
It’s also fairly healthy since it’s made with simple, whole ingredients. The crust is made with walnuts and maple syrup.
The filling is made with tofu, almond butter, lemons, and sugar.
The crust is sweet, crunchy, and caramelized while the filling is light, airy, and lemon-flavored. It’s delicious.
Is it pudding or is it a drink? That might be up for debate but regardless, it’s sweet, creamy, and fantastic!
If you like boba drinks or parfaits, you’ll love this Filipino dessert.
Taho is made of layers of creamy tofu, sweet tapioca, and brown-sugar simple syrup. It takes a little bit of prep work, but it’s worth it.
This strawberry tofu mousse is so refreshing. It’s great for dessert, breakfast, snacks, or whenever.
Simply gather some silken tofu, maple syrup, and freeze-dried strawberries. All you have to do is whisk it up.
First, mix the tofu until it’s creamy and then with the other ingredients.
Serve with some fresh mint or fresh strawberries.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for… tofu! And let me tell ya, this vegan ice cream is super tasty.
I promise you won’t miss the dairy.
Like regular ice cream, this tofu ice cream is sweet and creamy.
This recipe makes a chocolate version, but the best part is that it’s super customizable.
Feel free to use fresh fruit, different flavors, cookies, and more.
Crème brûlée is one of my favorite desserts because it’s just so magical.
I love cracking into the caramelized sugar shell and dipping my spoon into the sweet custard. It’s delicious.
Well, this vegan crème brûlée meets the standard of all my fantasies.
It’s silky smooth and custard-like, with a crunchy sugar crust. It’s light, sweet, and lightly tropical.
Typically, flan is a delicious caramel custard drowning in a caramel sauce. It’s sweet, rich, creamy, and super jiggly.
And truly, this vegan version is just as amazing as the original.
The hint of coffee adds the perfect amount of acid to balance every bite.
Get a taste of the tropics with these delectable coconut cookies. They’re light, moist, and perfect for a summer get-together.
Be forewarned, they’re super addicting!
Banana cream pudding is classic and comforting. It’s sweet, delicious, and creamy.
Although this version is vegan, you still get everything you want out of banana cream pudding.
This vegan version is bursting with banana and coconut flavors. It’s lightly tropical and wholly delicious.
Each bite features creamy vegan custard, fresh banana, and graham cracker sand.
Top with vegan whipped cream and enjoy!
I think even Willy Wonka might get jealous of the amount of chocolate in this pie. Every bite is brimming with rich, decadent chocolate.
The filling is double chocolate, made with both chocolate almond milk and melted chocolate chips.
Almond butter and silken tofu add substance and creaminess.
Now, this recipe is only pseudo-vegan, but it can be made strictly vegan. The ingredient swaps are listed in the recipe.
This chocolate raspberry tofu pie is the stuff of sweet dreams.
Chocolate and raspberry are a fantastic flavor combination, and this pie highlights that beautifully.
Every bite is perfectly balanced. The chocolate is rich and decadent, while the raspberries are fresh and bright.
If you want something creamy, exciting, and indulgent, look no further.
Key lime pie is one of my favorite desserts. It’s light, sweet, and tart. And although this version is vegan, I doubt you’ll be able to tell.
This recipe features a vegan buttery graham cracker crust that’s crunchy, sweet, and perfect.
It tastes very much like a regular graham cracker crust.
But we all know the filling is the most important part of the key lime pie.
And this one does not disappoint. It’s creamy, fresh, and exploding with lime flavor!
I think you’ll love it.
Do you want some more creamy, lime goodness? Then you need this lime tofu vegan cheesecake.
It’s silky, sweet, and chock-full of bright and tangy lime.
This vegan vanilla pudding will be a hit at your next get-together. It’s delicious and simply flavored, so anyone can enjoy it.
The best part is that the topping options are endless! Since the base is simple, it works with everything.
Caramel, fresh fruit, chocolate, cookies, you name it, and you can use it as a topping!
Actively following a low-carb diet does not necessarily mean you have to give up dessert. This Keto matcha tofu pudding is a prime example.
It’s everything you love about dessert. It’s delicious and indulgent, with the earthy fresh taste of matcha. It just also happens to be low-carb. #winwin
Did I mention that this pudding is ridiculously easy to make? Well, it is.
You simply gather all five ingredients and blend them in a food processor until creamy.
Do you know that joke about carrot cake being healthy because it has carrots? Well, this tofu version might make dad’s joke ring true, to an extent.
Don’t get me wrong, this carrot cake still has plenty of sugar. But the rest of the ingredients aren’t too bad for you.
It’s mostly applesauce, tofu, carrots, and flour.
The result is a delicious, moist, and protein-filled carrot cake. It’s also about half the calories of a typical slice of carrot cake.
Flourless chocolate torte is one of my favorite kinds of cake. It’s super moist and dense to the point of practically becoming fudge.
It’s one of the most decadent things you’ll ever have.
This chocolate tofu cake honestly feels and tastes just like it. It’s melt-in-your-mouth indulgent.
Every recipe in this list makes me wonder how many times I’ve had tofu unknowingly.
I’m questioning everything I know about dessert. Crisis aside, you’ll love these.
These gooey s’mores bars are seriously luscious. They’re vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free. They’re like giant s’mores on steroids. And they’re so darn delicious.
These bars feature a crust made with oats, maple syrup, and coconut. It’s crispy, chewy, and just the right amount of sweet.
The filling is smooth, rich, and chocolatey.
Top with vegan marshmallows, and you may never go back to regular s’mores again.
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