Food: ‘Silky Chocolate Mousse Recipe’

“Silken tofu is creamy and smooth, with a subtle flavour that lends itself to thicken and create this chocolatey treat,” clarifies gourmet expert and moderator, Phil Vickery. “It just happens to be vegan and low-calorie too.”

Silky chocolate mousse from Diabetes Meal Planner by Phil Vickery


150g smooth tofu, depleted

2tsp vanilla concentrate

1tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder

5g dark chocolate


1.Pat dry the tofu and afterward puree in a food-processor or blender for a couple of moments until smooth.

2.Include the vanilla, filter in the cocoa (to stay away from bumps) and mix quickly.

3.Liquefy the chocolate on low power in a microwave until runny. (On the off chance that the chocolate cools too quick the surface may get grainy as opposed to blending in smoothly.) Add to the tofu blend in the food-processor. Pulse until smooth.

4.Separation between two small serving dishes, for example, ramekins, and fly in the ice chest to chill until prepared to serve.

Nutrition Tips: Serving with a couple of fruits or raspberries as an afterthought will include some valuable fiber. Dull chocolate with a high cocoa content (70% or more) is a decent wellspring of iron, magnesium, copper, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and selenium.

Vitality 75kcals


FAT 4g

Soaked FAT 1.1g


Complete SUGARS 1.6g



Fiber 1g

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