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Soy Berry Good Pudding

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This berry tofu pudding can be prepared in less than 10 minutes (and that includes getting the ingredients out of your fridge), and is absolutely delicious. This makes a fantastic, quick last-minute dessert; simple healthy after school snack; or guilt-free sweet treat on a hot Summer’s day. Either way it is Soy Berry Good!

You can make this pudding even quicker by just blending in frozen berries and serving immediately. But I find that reducing the berries into a syrup creates a deeper, richer berry flavor that then requires less sweetener. I am a bit more heavy handed with the lemon juice than I have indicated in the recipe, as I am a bit of a tart! Blend and taste, and you will find the balance that works for you.

You could substitute any berries you like for this recipe. I have made a phenomenal sweet cherry version, as well as a mango mash that was madness. But I always return to my beloved raspberries. What can I say -- they have been berry good to me! If you are have soy allergies, fresh coconut meat and coconut water works really well as a substitute for the tofu. 

Either way, this is berry good. 

Vegan Berry Tofu Pudding

Soy Berry Good Pudding

  • 1 packet (12 oz/300 grams) package of organic firm silken tofu
  • 12 oz of fresh raspberries and blueberries in equal quantities
  • 5 tablespoons pure maple syrup or coconut nectar
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice plus more to taste
  • 5 tablespoons filtered water
  • pinch Celtic sea salt, plus more to taste
  1. Put berries in a saucepan with the water and sweetener, bring to the boil, and then lower the heat, and simmer until tender and a syrup forms. Cool.
  2. Put everything in your blender with the berries, and blast on high until smooth and creamy.
  3. Add in more lemon juice and sweetener to taste if desired.
  4. Chill in the fridge, and serve topped with more fresh berries and vegan cream.

Soy easy!

Tip: the best way to clean your blender

After blending up something sticky, gooey or smelly, just place a few drops of soap in the carriage with some warm water and blend on high until all of the congealed food slips away from the blades and sides. Then repeat this process. Then rinse with water and presto! Clean carriage. 
If you have smells or stains repeat this process with some bicarbonate of soda or lemon juice and water. 
Check out the video on A No Hassle Way To Clean Your Blender that I did as part of the Chow Tips Series.

Wow! This was incredible! Was not so sure about Tofu in a dessert. But my friends convinced me to give it a go. Will come back to make this one again! Thank you!


I love anything with berries so i really look forward to giving this one a go.


Wow.. so excited to try this out! Just ran out of tofu! I think this might be good with açaí berries too!

Thanks for one more amazing recipe!


I want to make this but the recipe doesn’t seem to specify how many it serves…


Hey Piggy Maya
This recipes serves 4-6 depending on how generous you are with the servings. Oink Oink

this looks so yummy ! love the color…your blog is fabulous :D


I agree picky eater… Blog is so funny. This recipe is on the menu for dessert tomorrow night for dinner. I am sure it will go down a treat. Will let you know Blender Girl :-o


These are so delicious and filling. Definitely a great, healthy start to the day.


Love love loved this recipe!

After making a few variations of this tofu mousse and the tofu cream, I actually bought a Vitamix! 

I use it several times a day now! lol!


Hey Piggy Natalie!
I LOVE that you bought a Vitamix after making these recipes! Great story.
Thanks for sharing :)

It is in the blender now. I am worried it is coming out watery. I did not have raspberries, only blueberries. Could that be why?

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