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I’m thinking of starting a new blog.

chocolate mousse pie

The blog will be called: I love Chocolate Pies.

It’ll focus solely on variations of my Ultimate Chocolate Fudge Pie.

I’m pretty sure that chocolate pie is my favorite recipe on the entire blog. There’s just one problem: I love the pie so much that I keep making more and more, which caused me to completely run out of chocolate chips. So yesterday, I had to get creative. Luckily, there’s always some form of chocolate lurking in my pantry.

vegan chocolate pie

Searching for a chocolate-chip replacement, I found: Whole Foods’ mini dark chocolate chunks, an 88% chocolate Endangered Species chocolate bar, Ghirardelli 100% chocolate discs, and an Endangered Species chocolate-raspberry bar. So I threw all of these into my pie. Here’s a modified recipe:

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  • 1 (12.3-oz) package silken or firm tofu (Mori-Nu is recommended for best taste)
  • 1 tsp cocoa powder
  • 2 1/2 chocolate bars, in the flavor of your choice (3-oz bars) (or 1 and 1/3c chocolate chips)
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp milk of choice
  • scant 1/8 tsp salt
  • 2-3 tbsp pure maple syrup, agave or other sweetener


Break up the chocolate bars, and melt (either on the stove or in the microwave). Then throw everything into a food processor and blend until super-smooth. Pour into a pie crust if desired. (I hate pie crust and therefore usually keep it crustless.) Fridge until chilled. This gets firmer and firmer, the longer it sits. (It’s firmer if you use firm tofu and more like mousse pie if you use silken.) Have fun trying out different-flavored chocolate bars!

*View Chocolate Bar Pie Nutrition Facts*

milk chocolate pie

Above, topped with my favorite Coconut Cool Whip.

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Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. Lana says:

    I would make chocolate vegan macaron with a chocolate vegan ganache filling (either the dark chocolate with orange or with raspberries, but probably the latter). Then, I would make your amazing fudge daddies, replacing chocolate chips with chocolate chunks (if I had not eaten already eaten the bars)!

  2. pumpkinpie says:

    The tofu chocolate recipe is one of my favorites! Endangered Specied Dark Chocolate Mint Tofu pie, you are next…

  3. Megan says:

    Silly question – of course! But only chocolate chips…perfect to snack on!

  4. Grace says:

    I would have a million uses for the delicious chocolate, but I would definitely want to try to make that chocolate pie and chocolate muffins, double chocolate brownies, chocolate caramel toffee, ahhh so many possibilities!

  5. Amelia says:

    Still debating with myself whether or not to lie and list some delicious recipe I would use those bars in – and in the meantime /pretend/ I’m not just going to eat it all up as the choco-addict I am!
    Well if I have the will power to restrain from eating the bars all at once I would probably use it in my absolutely divine recipe for a chocolate fudge brownies. They aren’t healthy in any way I haven’t made it in ages! but I bet these bars would take this recipe to a whole other level! Plus it would make the brownies a little less “bad” as it would be vegan chocolate that supports some great causes! Unfortunately you can’t buy these bars where I live so I havent had the pleasure of tasting them but everyone just talks so fondly about them; I’m almost drooling on the computer screen everytime I hear someone talk about them!

  6. Liz says:

    There is ALWAYS at least 3 pounds of dark chocolate in my pantry at all times! You just never know when the stores may be sold out and then what would happen?!?!
    One of my favorite chocolate recipes is Chocolate Bourbon Cake – it’s like a thick, rich, chocolate mousse cake! Out of this world yummy!!

  7. Lacey says:

    ill eat the chocolate! and ill cook with it! i wanna make this pie super bad!

  8. birdi says:

    I would love to win this! I’m a college student so I’d probably just eat it….

  9. Albizia says:

    You are right, some kinds of chocolate are better than others and if Endangered Species is as good as you say, I think there is only one way to eat it – on its own to feel the distinct taste of every bite.

  10. what are you talking about ‘use the chocolate’ hahaha. i’d eat it straight up!

  11. Kimberly Camargo says:

    Hey! Love your blog, I read your new posts every day on my Google Reader :)
    If I won the chocolate box, I’d make your chocolate pie and SMORES! w vegan marshmallows of course!

  12. HealthFoodJunky says:

    Wow! Katie you are so awesome! I love all of your recipes! Of course this giveaway is pretty incredible too. If I won, I would broaden my chocolate horizon by sampling each bar. After that, I would probably just sit and think about the amazing-ness of the flavors. The bars look so amazing, I don’t know if I would be able to resist simply sampling them!

  13. I would use the chocolate in your giveaway to make s’more pastries! :)

  14. Amber says:

    If I win those chocolate bars I’ll definitely be making this pie! One of my coworkers thinks vegan desserts are tasteless and dessert can’t taste good if it’s healthy, so I’m going to bring in the pie to work and prove her wrong! Also I’ll be making some chocolate dream peanut butter with my new food processor!

  15. Andrea says:

    I would use it to make that pie yummmmmmmm or to just eat!!!

  16. Jenna W. says:

    If I won, I would just eat it! I love dark chocolate 😀

  17. Tricia says:

    First, if I were to win those chocolate bars, I would eat some :) and then I would make this pie. Finally, I would make brownies. Also, if there were any that happen to be left after my chocolate feast, I would eat them until it put me into a chocolate coma 😀

  18. Dorothea says:

    I’m a purist, so if I were lucky enough to win the awesome giveaway of Endangered Species chocolate bars, I’d eat them as they are, one lovely bite after another!

  19. TJ says:

    I’d love to eat the chocolate plain, or bake with it

  20. shea says:

    if i win the endangered species chocolate it will definitely go to good use. i actually really love their chocolate bars. they are the only kind i buy. i really like the mint chocolate & the chocolate & espresso beans. so many options….. :) ill probably just eat them :)

  21. Meghan says:

    I would use it straight up. I know, boring. But I just love chocolate right from the bar :) Chocolate cream pie is a favorite though, I could always give this recipe a try!

  22. If I win I’ll use the chocolate to eat of course!! Aaaaand I’ll maybe think about sharing it with others :)

  23. Sarah says:

    I am going to be making “Smores on a stick!” with this chocolate when I win!!!


    Place a single marshmallow on a wooden skewer. Melt chocolate bar in the microwave with a T of coconut oil. Roll marshmallow in chocolate mixture. Then, roll each chocolate covered marshmallow bite in crushed vanilla wafers, graham crackers, or oreos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. Monica says:

    Girl, I’d eat chocolate straight up at any time of the day, or just melt it and spread it on everything and anything. Mmmm. Chocolate covered life.

  25. Makenna says: can you NOT use chocolate?! I would eat it straight up…but I’ve been wanting to make a good ol’ chocolate chip cookie too..yum!

  26. Andrea says:

    Got to your blog through Pinterest and I’m pretty sure we are twins separated at birth! This stuff is so what I love! Cannot wait to try all your desserts (and win some chocolate?). I think I’ll start with this pie!

  27. Cheryl says:

    How will I use these bars.. I would use them to satisfy my taste buds and devour them!

  28. First off, the pie looks amazing. I’m going to try to make it for my next potluck (if I can manage to share any!).

    Second, if I won all that chocolate … I’d eat it! (boring, but delicious)

  29. Nicole says:

    I would LOVE to use endangered species chocolate bars with some organic peanut butter, melted together into your homemade reeses cups recipe…delicious!!!!

  30. Ahhh i would love to win the chocolate! i wud so make this recipe!

  31. If I had a bundle of chocolate, I’d make chocolate cream puffs :)

  32. Jenn says:

    Mmmmm. I’m sure all of that chocolate would be splendid on my morning oatmeal! Or in cookies… or muffins… or just about anything! 😉

  33. Mihika says:

    I’d like to eat the Endangered Species chocolate just plain, as I do with all my favourite dark chocolate! This pie looks lovely; I’ve been making a chocolate mousse that’s very similar since I first went vegan, it’s what made me realise how versatile tofu is! I think I found the recipe on vegcooking. The only difference is I don’t add sweetener or salt.

  34. Oh my goodness I would absolutely make this pie with the endangered chocolate

  35. Janice says:

    Well, the link led me to this post… I’ll just eat them by themselves! Or maybe even mix it in with some of your awesome recipes such as this delicious looking pie, which I will def make one day! I might dip a small chunk in my morning oatmeal -depending what kind of oatmeal I make that day and just let it melt then mix it all in and make a gooey -you’re favorite word- chocolate oatmeal 😀 Sounds weird but I love anything that melts in my mouth. Sometimes when I’m baking your cookies, I like to put in a few extra toppings, sometimes it would be either nuts or dark chocolate chunks, so that way, i would get either an extra crunch or more delicious chocolate heaven melting in my mouth. -Starting to crave chocolate- I actually like to warm up almond milk and suck on a small chunk while sipping the milk late at night. Too many things to do with chocolate… :p Sorry for the long post! I have a bad habit of writing a speech when only a simple answer is needed!

  36. I love Endangered Species chocolate! I usually have a bar of it in my purse at all times— you never know when a chocolate craving might strike! 😉

    I also love melting it, then whipping it with cold water to make a quick and easy “mousse!” It’s delicious!

  37. Jessica P says:

    I’d just eat it :) Perfect!

  38. Katie Ann says:

    I would use the chocolate to plug my hungry maw. Om nom nom…

  39. Caitlin says:

    How to use chocolate bars……hmmm…… I think I’d start by going through your entire website of desserts and using them there!

  40. Anastasia says:

    I’d use it to make this recipe!

  41. Maddy says:

    I would use the chocolate to make…okay I have to be honest…I would just eat it straight :)

  42. Ummmm, that chocolate and the CAUSE is awesome….. Pretty sure I’d eat the chocolate + tell everyone about the awesomeness of the company!

  43. Claire says:

    I’d use the chocolate bars to be brave and try tofu for the first time by making this recipe for chocolate bar pie!

  44. melody says:

    I would eat the chocolate right out of the wrapper because I’d be too excited to do anything else! Dark Chocolate Mint is my FAVORITE flavor combo. ever. :)

  45. Maxene says:

    I will have a chocolate tasting party with my friends. The extras will go to a chocolate/nut butter.


  46. Wendy says:

    This looks amazing! I can never have enough chocolate.
    I love tofu, but I usually eat it in savoury dishes, so I can’t wait to try out this recipe!
    If I win, I’d probably devour – I mean savor the chocolate bars, and save two of them to make this. 😀

  47. Jasmine says:

    I’m going to be really selfish and say that if I won the chocolate I’m pretty sure I’d save it all for myself and just enjoy it 😀 It’s good to be kind to yourself right? haha

  48. Alexandra says:

    i’d use the chocolate to make THIS. duh!

  49. Kiah says:

    Oh my goodness, so much chocolate!

  50. Gloria says:

    I wouldn’t be able to resist eating them straight up! Endangered Species is my favorite brand of chocolate too :)

  51. bitt of raw says:

    confused if this is the right place to post about the chocolate bars. if this is right, well, i will probably just use them as is, right down the hatch!

  52. Michelle says:

    I would just eat it! Chocolate in its purest form… although this pie doesn’t sound half bad either :)

  53. Laura says:

    Ohhh! I’d just eat the Endangered Species Chocolate bars plain!! I love this brand and eat them all the time!! I REALLY hope I win these!!!

  54. Jessica says:

    I want to try to make a chocolate peanut butter dessert, thats all I’ve been craving lately..maybe chocolate peanut butter banana pie/streudel/baked oatmeal/ice cream…or maybe all of the above :)

  55. Emily and Monica says:

    Both of us are chemistry majors, and we have developed a simple scheme to help get A’s on every test. First, wear a nerdy shirt (e.g. “Help me, I’m diene!” “May the derivative of momentum with respect to time be with you” etc.). Second, eat tons of CHOCOLATE! Oh, and studying never hurts either ;). If we win the giveaway, then those chocolate bars would serve the oh-so-noble purpose of helping us ace our midterms.

  56. Sabrina says:

    This recipe looks absolutely DIVINE! I love making desserts with tofu! And about that endangered species chocolate (my favorite kind! not just for taste, but because of what they do)…well I would do this: EAT IT!! And share some, because that is quite a bit of chocolate for just one Sabrina.

  57. Emily says:

    ooh! I would definately make pumpkin chocolate chip bread this weekend with yummy chocolate. there’s been a pumpkin shortage, so it’s been hard to find here!

  58. Taylor says:

    If I win the giveaway, I’ll bake cupcakes and cookies with the bars to give to my friends. Just to remind them how veganism is NOT restrictive!

  59. Emma says:

    I would make FUDGE!!!! And mint chocolate chunk brownies, assuming I don’t eat it all before it reaches the kitchen. 😀

  60. Karina says:

    looks like a box of easy after dinner desserts :)

  61. I’d definitely use the chocolate to try this pie – or just eat it straight up!

  62. sarah says:

    I would be eating these chocolate bars all by themselves! and Id hide them from my friends 😉

  63. Kate says:

    Sorry to be uncreative, but I’d use the Endangered Species chocolate for therapy when I’m dying in midterms in a month!

  64. Rebecca says:

    If i won ALL the chocolate (<3) i would eat it all. in one day.

  65. Oh man free chocolate?? This pie looks yummy (as do ALL of your recipes) but I think I’d have to just eat the bars all on their own..

  66. Megan says:

    *If* I were to win the chocolate bars, I would share them with my family and friends. (or I could just hoard them away for myself…)

  67. Tara says:

    if I win, will most definitely be sharing the chocolate with my best friend who is also a chocolate fiend. I can’t think of a better way to show her how much i love her!

  68. WELL. I have to admit I’ve never seen these chocolate bars before in my life (which is quite a big fat shame, as I am a crusader for the environment, vegan-inclined and absolutely obsessed with chocolate!) though it maaay have something to do with living in Australia. as for the chocolate, I’d probably try and save some for Christmas-time! I’m going travelling to South and North America with my wonderful partner next year and am crazily trying to save some money! I plan to give all my loved ones baked goods for Christmas this year, and this chocolate would be perfect to bake into chocolate pies, brownies, blondies, cookies, larabars… THE MIND BOGGLES! (and to keep things honest, I’d probably keep a bar to share with my partner, to eat before bed with cups of tea!)

    please and thank you Katie! :)

  69. jamie martin says:

    i would make a chocolate scone recipe i have and then i would try the cookie dough shake!!! of course i will also just eat a bunch on its own :)

  70. Chelsea DeVooght says:

    Ahh, endangered species choco!!! If I had that many bars, I would bless my friends with half of them, and use the rest myself as late night study break snacks!!!

  71. lynne says:

    Yum! Hm, I’d probably make some chocolate chip cookies!

  72. jamie martin says:

    i may be leaving this twice, i couldn’t find my other comment! i would make grain free chocolate scones from a recipe i have and i would love to make your chocolate chip cookie shake. but i would probably eat alot of it on its own!!!

  73. Like you, I love using chocolate bars for baking. Making chocolate “chunks” makes a dish look so much more gourmet!

  74. Jenny Lai says:

    I would like to make chocolate peppermint bark!

  75. Levonne says:

    Well…..the things I could do with the Endangered Species Cocolate Box give away, for one I will definitely make the Chocolate Bar Pie, which I have already made numerous times for different parties and everytime people say they love it and are surprised when I tell them it is made with tofu. BTW, I just love your blog, I visit it every day to see what you have been up too.

  76. Thomas says:

    How would I use the chocolate? I eat the raspberry one outright, of course. And then use the others in a chocolate cake, chocolate ice cream, and your delicious chick pea blondies, not necessarily in that order.

  77. Laura E says:

    Thanks for the opportunity! First I would use the chocolate to make this pie! haha but I would love to use the plain kind to make my frozen chocolate covered banana dessert!

  78. Natalie says:

    I’ll probably keep the chocolate in my purse for much needed chocolate breaks at work! :)

  79. Teresa says:

    I’d eat the chocolate straight up and share it with my friends and chocoholic co-workers! A chocolate tasting party!

  80. kathleen siegle says:

    If I win the chocolate, I would simply just eat it!

  81. Robyn Williams says:

    I would put the chocolate in my freezer just to find it days later empty. I then will ask my husband what happened and again he will tell me that somehow or another the chocolate bars opened themselves and they hit the floor. Happens everytime..

  82. gabi says:

    i’d use the chocolate bars to replenish my secret stash! right now i have ZERO chocolate in my house and i’m in dire need :(

  83. Jaclyn says:

    if i won all that delicious chocolate i’m pretty sure it’d be going directly in my mouth, or perhaps crushed up into one of my protein shakes. yummmmy.

  84. Abby says:

    I. want. that. chocolate… MMM!!

    If I didn’t eat it all gone in 0.25189472 seconds (of course I wouldn’t, but it does sound intriguing!) then I would either dip it in Brownie Batter Dip (whoa) or make your Chocolate Bar Pie with it. That scrumptious dessert has already won my heart. =)

  85. Andrea says:

    I would LOVE to win the chocolate bar giveaway! I would also like to learn more about the cacoa industry and the slave labor it involves..

    But, if I win the chocolate bar giveaway, I will eat them AS IS, or maybe break them up over some milkshakes from your recipe page :)

  86. Jennifer says:

    This recipe sounds amazing, I would use the Endangered Species chocolate to make the chocolate bar pie! I made the cookie dough dip the other day, and it was FABULOUS!! I’ve been struggling with my weight for years due to my insatiable sweet tooth, your blog is an absolute lifesaver!

  87. Lilly says:

    Oh boy, this looks amazing! I would def make this once I get my hands on more chocolate bars 😀

  88. Gina G says:

    Definitely in my oatmeal or…. just all on its own! :)

    thanks Katie!

  89. Annie says:

    I would absolutely love to share that box of chocolate with my roommates! :)

  90. Kristin says:

    If I won the chocolate bars I would pretend that it’s Easter and unwrap all of them and take a bite from each :-) I haven’t done that since I was like, 10. I would spread the joy and share with my husband and friend too, since they would probably be drooling watching me eat all of it…lol

  91. alain says:

    omigosh katie this is such a DELICIOUS giveaway!!

    amazingly enough, San Francisco has started heating up in the last few days – first time ALL summer. All I can think about it is froyo and ice cream so I would melt the chocolate and drizzle it over banana soft serve. NOM!!

  92. sara says:

    Ooh these flavours sound scrumptious! Also, I love the cause behind this brand- very powerful. I would prob use the chocolate for an upcoming bake sale I am contributing to in memory of a student in my major at my university! Maybe I’d send you some goodies too 😉

  93. Jeanne says:

    Hey Katie! If I won I would obviously eat some right away and then give some to my girlfriends!

  94. Katie says:

    What would I do with the chocolate!? Eat it, of course! :)

  95. Kerry says:

    I love Endangered Species chocolate! If I win the giveaway, I’ll probably just eat most of the chocolate straight out of the package! But, I might break some of it up into chunks and use it to make cookies – SO much better than regular chocolate chips.

  96. Jodi Theisen says:

    Well clearly I would just eat them! I’m sorry if that’s boring but it’s also being very ‘respectful to the produce’! (I’ve been watching waaaay too many cooking shows…)

  97. Lydia Claire says:

    How wouldn’t I use the chocolate from the giveaway, that’s the real question. =) I’d love to use it to making your recipes. I can’t tell you how excited I was when I came across your blog. =)

  98. Jodi Theisen says:

    Plus, what a great way to do a swap Katie, I get your chocolate and I will send you your kangaroo! :)

  99. Amry says:

    Hi Katie, I would use the chocolate to make your Chocolate Bar Pie!

  100. Robin says:

    I don’t think I could keep myself from eating those delicious sounding bars of heaven straight from the carton box, but if I do have the control to stop myself they would be made into something chocolate and peanut butter, cookies, brownies, muffins, etc.

  101. Gudbjorg says:

    Ohh, I would make some real french chocolate cake, and also warm up some hot chocolate with it. yummmy

  102. Shonna says:

    If I had all those chocolate bars I would savor them slowly while I work on my Masters’ application and work hard whilst my love is galavanting about Asia without me : (

    :( + chocolate = :)

  103. Rosalind says:

    I would use this amazing chocolate to help my friends and I combat college-related stress. Everyone knows chocolate makes you happy!!

  104. Beth says:

    If I won the chocolate I would eat it. I would nibble on it during the long hours I spend studying organic chemistry and cramming for physics midterms. I would eat it at work when my assays are not working and my PI is yelling at me. I would eat it on the bus when I forgot my lunch. I would eat it in my oatmeal in the mornings when I’m cranky because I’m a college student up at 7 in the morning. I would eat it when my roommates are being loud, when that boy doesn’t talk to me, when I have so much homework and am buried so deep in paperwork I have paper cuts on my eyeballs.
    I eat chocolate when I’m sad, frustrated, bored, and any other negative emotion because chocolate makes me feel better.

    I would also eat it when my best friend comes over. I would eat it when I do well on homework. I would eat it when my professor calls on me in front of two hundred kids and I actually answer the question correctly. I would eat it when I experience happy moments because chocolate makes them that much better!

    Chocolate. I would eat it anytime, anywhere. I love it and I would use it to make my tastebuds, and myself, a little happier. Whether in oatmeal or alone, chocolate is awesome!

  105. That pie looks amazing… and if I won the giveaway, I’d totally try the recipe! Who am I kidding.. if I had enough chocolate left after binging on straight bars, THEN I’d try the recipe! :)

  106. Gina says:

    I would use the chocolate just by eating it by itself…breaking it apart to use in your single lady cookies/cupcakes…n melting it into oatmeal:)

  107. Brandi says:

    I would eat the chocolate square by square and have my morning coffee with it so it would melt in my mouth. Actually, I already do that. Often with the Endangered Species 88% dark chocolate. I might share with my husband. Maybe. :)

  108. Mb says:

    i’d eat it plain!

  109. Socal Rachel says:

    I’m sure I would use some of the chocolate bars as is. Some would make it into my banana soft server.

  110. ioana fagadariu says:

    i will use the chocolate to eat it ; one piece at day and some to make a good cheese chocolate caka

  111. Ulli Riebl says:

    i would love to try this with the vegan chocolate bars from your giveaway!! and i would eat it “plain”, as this is definitely the best way to eat chocolate (for me!) have a great day!!

  112. Amira says:

    I would love to make anything and everything on your blog! I need these chocolate bars because every time i go to make something of yours… i realize that i dont have ANY chocolate… sad day! :( first on my list chocolate chip dip! yummmmm

  113. Rachelle says:

    For the chocolate you are giving away I would put them in pretty much everything I eat! (I kid of course…or am I?). Oatmeal, on my banana with pb, snacks, baking, melted to make mochas or chocolate milk… ahhh the ideas keep comin!

  114. Claudia says:

    I would eat the chocolate. But then also share it with my friends because that is how amazing chocolate should be eaten – with friends [& all in one sitting?]. :)

  115. Claire says:

    I do love chocolate! These bars would be great!

  116. Kaley says:

    I am just newly vegan!!! So far I loveeee it:) I have never been obsessive with my chocolate but I do enjoy it…. I have been searching for vegan chocolate bars for one of my best friends! She took on my challenge of becoming vegan but said she couldn’t give up her chocolate! so far all I have found is Baking chocolate!!! So stoked to have stumbled across this post!!!

  117. Stacy says:

    Hi there! I absolutely love Endangered Species chocolate too! But… I would give it all to my lovely mother for her birthday. She loves chocolate even more than I do. :)

  118. Michelle says:

    I love chocolate too! Since I live in Québec city (Canada), it’s really hard to find good quality vegan chocolate. I would try all your recipes and eat some pieces to calm my mind.

    Thanks for posting such great recipes. I’m working my way thru them and so far, I’m very pleased with the results.


  119. KellyO says:

    If I won the giveaway, first I would probably shove one of the chocolate bars into my face, but then I would make some vegan chocolate pudding. I loves me some puddin’.

  120. christie freeman says:

    I would probably use the chocolates to make snacks for my CamCam (5 almost 6 yrs. old), as well as for the whole family. Yummmmm. They look and sound great. I hope you have a great day!

  121. Cecilia says:

    I’m boring, so I’ll just savour them straight up. I think the cranberry and almonds one sounds fabulous!!!

  122. Jody says:

    Use it? I’d just eat it all. Slowly over the course of a day or 2. 😉

  123. Hannah says:

    I would use the chocolate to write blog reviews of, and also to dream about my past time in America, when I was able to buy and eat this myself :)

  124. Andreea says:

    If I win the chocolate post, I’ll definitely be a lot less STRESSED out in school!! Chocolate makes me just as happy as it makes you, and I could always use one more reason to smile :)
    Plus there isn’t a lot of places around here (where I live) to buy vegan chocolate so I often find myself in a giant slump.

  125. TracyP says:

    I will make Chocolate Bar Pie right away!! Thanks for the chance to win.

  126. Rachel says:

    I like some chocolate better than others, too (shhh…). Endangered Species chocolate is one of my favorites – particularly the plain ol’ 72% or the raspberry bar! And how would I used the chocolate? um, eat it? :) Sorry I don’t have twitter, otherwise I’d share your chocolaty wonderfulness!

  127. Sara says:

    Um…i’d eat it straight up! I’m hard core like that.

  128. Sara says:

    Um…i’d eat it straight up! I’m hard core like that.

  129. Carissa says:

    This pie is amazing. I think I’d use the chocolate to make more!

  130. Elle says:

    This looks so good! I love Endangered Species chocolate, especially the 88% bar. I would use that to make this chocolate pie :)

  131. Janel says:

    If I win the Endangered Species chocolate, I will not cook with it, I will not bake with it. I will simply enjoy it in its simplest form to be sure that I am enjoying it in its purest Endangered Species glory. My boyfriend and I are fitness freaks, so buying chocolate is a rarity (tears are beginning to form)- I would love this excuse to have chocolate in my tummy….did I say tummy? I meant pantry 😉

    Thank you for the amazing recipes/pictures to drool over!

  132. Kristi says:

    I’m not going to lie…if I win, I’d probably just eat the chocolate straight up. 😉

  133. Frances Brooks says:

    I am going to EAT it!!

  134. I would eat the bars straight up! Maybe I’d chop them up in some cookies or brownies, but eating chocolate on it’s own is the best.

  135. Sarah says:

    I will use the Endangered Species chocolate to treat myself EVERYDAY! Because a day without chocolate is a sad, sad day..

  136. Wendy says:

    Although I want to believe I would make something wonderful with the ES Vegan Chocolate, I would probably end up eating most of it in its original form. Isn’t that really the best way?

  137. Jenny says:

    … Katie. You. Have. The. BEST. Giveaways.

    Well, I shouldn’t have expected any less from you. You are the best. And the Queen of Chocolate – that, too. :)

    If I win… I’m going to EAT the chocolate straight up! And chop some of it up to sprinkle on just about everything I eat and incorporate into things like your awesome chocolate chip cookie dough dips. (Chocolate chocolate chip cookie dough dip… Mmm.)

  138. abbey says:

    I think I would want to use the raspberry one to put in your raspberry truffle oatmeal or maybe raspberry brownies!

  139. Nikki says:

    I think I would bake up some boatmeals of all sorts of combinations if I had that chocolate! :)

  140. Nikki says:

    Retweeted! @lifeafterswim!

  141. A.B. says:

    I have a tough time adding anything to really good chocolate — I would definitely devour them au naturel! 😀

  142. tiffany says:

    mmm dark chocolate. i’d eat it plain, of course! and maybe melt it for some chocolate covered fruit.

  143. Maria says:

    I would probably just eat the chocolate pure 😉 But then with so many bars on hand, I’d make your chocolate bar pie, too!

  144. Sami says:

    Holy moly. I’m pretty sure if I win the endangered species giveaway, I will be FORCED to make this pie (:

    YUM! Thanks, Katie!


  145. Lindsay says:

    I LOVE the Endangered Species chocolate. I always use chunks of the 88% bar in place of chocolate chips in recipes. It’s how I get my husband, who swears he doesn’t like dark chocolate (and yes i’m still married to him!), to eat it!

  146. Keri R. says:

    Yum Endangered Species Deep Forest Mint is my favorite chocolate ever! Love Love Love it!

  147. Mushroomz says:

    I’d never think of using the chocolate in a recipe! Because recipes with multiple servings means sharing, and I wouldn’t even dream of sharing *my* chocolate! (I’m only joking, but I’d still eat it by myself :D)

  148. Colleen says:

    If I won I would take my Endangered Species chocolate bars and hide them in the very back on the top cupboard so my 6 &8 yr old kids would never find them, then, while they are at school, I would eat them all myself- a ha ha!!! :)

  149. I’d LOVE to try this pie! Chocolate .. and recently i’ve been on a huge tofu kick! Best of all worlds 😀

  150. Jodi says:

    Their chocolate is my favorite!! I typically just eat chocolate plain, but I’d love to make some double chocolate chunk cookies with this!!

  151. Aileen says:

    I would love to try making one your chocolate recipes! Everything looks so delicious. I just started following your blog and love it!

  152. Kari Kinsey says:

    I never win anything, but if I were to win a giveaway, THIS is the one I want to win!

  153. Kari Kinsey says:

    Oh and I would use it to convince my husband that “healthy” chocolate can taste amazing:)

  154. sarah says:

    i would probably eat all this chocolate straight up and not share any with anyone:)

  155. Stephanie Chandler says:

    If I win the giveaway for all the yummy, scrump-didly-ocious chocolates I will use them for special treats… and maybe share 😉 And, of course, use them in some of your recipes :) Mmms!!!
    Stephanie, @AvasAvenue on twitter :)

  156. Noëlle says:

    I would EAT THE CHOCOLATE!!!! Seriously. And share it with my daughters (4 and 8), because I absolutely love introducing them to all kinds of yummy new foods, recipes, flavors, all of it!!

    1. Noëlle says:

      Ok and make some choc bar pie, because that picture up there look ridiculously yummy!

  157. alex says:

    i would eat it plain!

  158. alex says:

    eat it plain!

  159. Jenny says:

    If I win the chocolate give-away I’d just eat it plain–the best way to use chocolate :)

  160. Jessica Caneal says:

    If I win the chocolate, I am going to make smores. Lots and lots of smores. In various flavors. And probably some crazy chocolate rice krispie treats. This just might be enough chocolate to get me through the rest of the school semester!

  161. jeannie says:

    I love chocolate and am picky and just found your blog – loving it!
    (but haven’t made anything yet – still in the drooling phase :)

  162. Katie says:

    I love eating this chocolate plain after it’s been in the fridge! It satisfies my chocolate cravings and the mint kind is delicious! I also am planning on making homemade ice cream, where Id love to incorporate this chocolate into it.

  163. Jenny$1983 says:

    Um, is this the right post for the giveaway? Not sure, I hope it is!

    Apart from making various flavours of this pie, I’d most likely use the chocolate on corresponding porridge flavours (eg. a square of each of the Orange flavour and the Cranberry and Almond flavour on a bowl with chopped orange, almond extract and dried cranberries, ooohhh…), as I bloody love the texture good dark chocolate acquires when popped on top of a nice hot bowl of oats! :)

    Anyway, if this isn’t the correct post I do apologize 😉

  164. Alisha says:

    ooohhh pick me!!! :) if i win the chocolate giveaway i will def be making this… if i can wait long enough before devouring it!

  165. Katie says:

    If I win the Endangered Species chocolate bars, I’ll use them to make many of the seriously AWESOME chocolate recipes listed on your blog! I have been drooling over your blog for weeks now but have yet to try out one of your recipes.

    I’m also following you on Twitter and re-tweeted.

  166. Amy says:

    If I won the giveaway, I’d eat one of the bars, most likely sharing it with my sons in the process. In honor of you, I’d make this pie with some of the others. 😉

    Just to clarify on the recipe…is it 2.5 bars that are 3 oz each, or 3 total oz of chocolate?

  167. Andi says:

    Can’t have soy here. Any reasonable sub for the tofu??

    1. I haven’t tried a sub for this particular recipe (maybe pumpkin?)… but I do have another fudge cake that is completely free of soy and is just as good in its own right:

  168. Amy says:

    I will use the chocolate by eating it. 😀 I love trying to chocolate flavors!

  169. Claire says:

    I’d just eat the chocolate straight up. yum :p

  170. Ellie says:

    I’ll eat it. That’s what I’d do.

  171. Malika says:

    SMORES! That’s it.

  172. nicole says:

    I’d just straight up eat those suckers. No recipe involved! LOL

  173. Sam says:

    Straight up!

  174. Kayla says:

    This sounds amazing! If I win the give away I’ll make this!

  175. rachel says:

    I made this and froze it. we throw chunks of it in our smoothies. My kids love it. a rather unconventional twist on pie though!

  176. V.Taylor says:

    I seriously think you are my new hero…..

  177. i will eat it all! lol! and will probably melt some and try to make up some fancy recipe :)

  178. 91% Chocolate Fan says:

    I love 91% chocolate, no one else knows how i stand it.

  179. Samantha says:

    those picture look so good…. I think I will make that pie :)

  180. Ashley says:

    Katie you are so generous with all your giveaways!! Its like Christmas all the time on this site :) If I had the dark chocolate I would definately use it to try this recipe!!! It looks so good (and guilt free)

  181. Ashley says:

    Oh and I retweeted and tweeted (wasnt sure which i was supposed to do?) about your giveaway!!

  182. Karen D. says:

    What would you do with all that chocolate? Eat it, of course. I would savor it with espresso. Yum!

  183. Sarah says:

    I would use the Endangered Species chocolate to bake something yummy from your blog for my Mum. who’s just been in a car accident. Thank God she’s OK, but her car is wrecked and who doesn’t newed chocolate in such a situation?

  184. Whitney says:

    I’d declare myself Augustus Gloop and take a bath in the chocolate!

  185. Charissa says:

    I think perhaps I will have to make this pie if I win! :) Looks amaaazing! Fingers crossed!

  186. Shamima says:

    Not sure if I can enter because I live in Canada…if not…no worries but I d0 want to share how I would use this chocolate…I would use it to make a rich pudding and of course, eat it straight up!!

  187. Mara says:

    I will EAT the chocolate if I win (probably in a locked room all by myself)!!!! But, this mousse pie I am making for sure – I already bought the chocolate bars I want to use. 😀

  188. Vanilla says:

    I’d just eat them plain. 😉

  189. Gabby says:

    If I win those chocolate bars I will definitely make chocolate pie :)

  190. Nichole says:

    CHOCOLATEEEEE! If i were to win, I would totally eat some of it immediately in celebration! then i would probably make this pie, because it looks like the most delicious thing in the world right now. chocolate pie is always delicious anyhow. Or maybe I would throw chocolate from the roof tops ( although i would probably run out pretty fast).

  191. PT says:

    I’d cook some voluminous steel cut oats, with the endangered species chocolate melted in, add cashew butter and pumpkin purée and top the whole thing with cacao nibs and goji berries!

  192. Clarissa says:

    I would use the endangered species bars to put straight in my belly :3 and then I would use the leftovers for some creative baking endeavors, oh yes!

  193. Trish says:

    I would quite simply devour all that chocolate! Or I would make the pie above… I made it this week and added 1/4 tsp of peppermint extract. It was incredible!

  194. Jessica says:

    If I win the chocolate I am going to make vegan s’mores. Lots and lots of crazy-flavored vegan s’mores. And probably some s’more rice krispy treats. And hot chocolate. Yes.

  195. LizAshlee says:

    I would make chocolate mousse!! :)

  196. Robyn says:

    I’d love to win the endangered chocolate giveaway. If I won, I would use it in my emergency chocolate stash at work (I’m an elementary school teacher), just don’t tell my students!

  197. Nikki says:

    I would share with my family.

  198. HealthFoodJunky says:

    Wow! Katie, you are awesome! I love all of your recipes! This giveaway is pretty incredible too. If I won, I would sample each bar and attempt to keep myself from devouring the entire package. But, my chocolate-lust would probably get the better of me and I’d end up with several empty wrappers on my lap in a matter of hours. 😀

  199. Kelly L says:

    Just discovered your blog this past week through Pinterest.. your foodie pics are wonderful- I haven’t tried any of the recipes yet, but definitely will soon- everything looks and sounds so good!

    1. Thank you, Kelly!! I’m so glad you found me :).

  200. Heidi says:

    I try to always have some bar of dark chocolate in my pantry.. or chocolate crunch rice cakes which I don’t feel quite so guilty about 😉

  201. Katie says:

    Wow, I can’t wait to try this recipe out! It looks amazing!

  202. Joy says:

    Those are the only chockoates I like

  203. Shelley says:

    haha no problem, thank you for your support! Also, thank you for you amazing blog; it’s definitely the best food porn out there. Soon I will be home baking and blending away… 😀

  204. Tessa says:

    I’d just eat it…and maybe share some with my husband, but mainly keep it for me! YUM!

  205. Dandelion says:

    That looks.. .orgasmic… haha! ☺

  206. Kara says:

    Hey Katie! I made this yesterday without crust and while it was very tasty, the shape didn’t hold to actually cut it like a pie. Do you have this problem? We basically had to scoop it out with a spoon to eat it! Also, I added peppermint extract and it was yummy!

    1. What tofu did you use? If you use silken, it will definitely be more like cream pie.

      Also, I would love to know how much peppermint extract you used! I’ve been meaning to try that variation!

      1. Kara says:

        I did use silken. The texture was def amazing, prob I need to have a crust if I want to eat like a pie? Literally scooping it our if the pie pan with a fork as we speak. So creamy! In terms of mint extract, a little goes a LONG way. I didnt really measure but probably used about 1/8 tsp. You can always put a little it, blend and taste the batter to see I’d you prefer more :-)

      2. Kara says:

        Yes, I did use silken. The texture was def amazing, prob I need to have a crust if I want to eat like a pie? Literally scooping it out of the pie pan with a fork as we speak. So creamy! In terms of mint extract, a little goes a LONG way. I didnt really measure but probably used about 1/8 tsp. You can always put a little in, blend and taste the batter to see If you prefer more :-)

  207. Janet says:

    Love your website, I have made a number of your recipes and I so appreciate that you include caloric information and substitutions for nonfat versions! Anyway, I wanted to let you know that I made this recipe with some alterations and it turned out FANTASTIC! I used extra firm tofu, and then froze it in a shallow dish. Once it was frozen, I topped it with some sea salt and cut it up into small squares. It is so good, like an extra creamy, extra chocolate ice cream bar! I took those to a party and they were a huge hit with the chocolate lovers! So I went home and made a batch just for me! Thank you for the awesome dessert, now I want to figure out a way to add some vegan caramel flavor… (make it a very special treat)

    1. Oh wow, Janet, that sounds SO good! If you ever figure out the caramel, you’d better let me know! I want some, too :).

  208. Olivia says:

    Okay, I’m new to veganism and new to this blog (which I absolutely LOVE!), but aren’t those chocolate chips NOT vegan? I thought that they had milk fats and things that came from animals. Correct me if I’m wrong, but when I saw this I thought, “Hmmm, that’s not vegan.” Regardless, I’m still going to make it :) It looks so yummy!

    1. Actually, many brands of chocolate chips are vegan :). Usually I’ll buy whatever vegan brand is cheapest, including: Ghirardelli Semi-Sweet (the ones in the gold package), Enjoy Life, Whole Foods brand, Sunspire, some generic brands, Divvies, etc. Or, I sometimes even use Ghirardelli 100% baking discs or broken up chocolate bars (in different flavors), just for fun.

  209. Brooke says:

    I just maid this pie and it wasnt very tasty. I had very high hopes for it from reading the comments :( It had a strong tofu flavor. I even added chocolate sauce, peanut butter powder and malt powder and it was just tasting funky. I`ll stick to the deep dish cookie pie- that one never goes wrong!!

    1. Hi Brooke,

      Are you sure you measured everything correctly? And did you use only 12oz tofu (as opposed to an entire 16oz block)? Also, what brand of tofu did you use? And did you melt the chocolate chips? It should NOT have any tofu aftertaste, even to people who hate tofu.

  210. mag says:

    wow! my kid better grow out of his soy allergy pronto! so that i can make this. I’m drooling as i write.

  211. I made these today for our Thanksgiving tomorrow. I actually used a dark chocolate bar with chilis and baked mini pies by putting pie crusts in cupcake tins. I topped them with whipped cream. Woah! I had to try one tonight, and the texture is unbelievable! The chili spice is quite nice, too. Looking forward to baking more and more from your site!

  212. Yvonne says:

    I made your pie for my Thanksgiving dessert along with my first vegan, non-soy pumpkin pie. And I could not stop eating the chocolate pie (the pumpkin pie is good too and everyone ate it up). My 16 year old son and I LOVE this pie. It is now our favorite. Thank you so much! I am grateful for you as this is the first Thanksgiving in about 5 years that I’ve had dessert!

  213. Ana says:

    Katie, the 143 calorie count is with or without a crust?
    Anyway, I made this today with milk chocolate and I was AMAZED! No one in my family likes tofu, but they all liked the pie! Thanks for posting this up!

    1. I didn’t provide a crust recipe, so it’s for the filling alone.

  214. Gina says:

    Just made this/ate it…very good:) (but i am also a tofu/healthy food fan.)

  215. Diane says:

    What kind of crust is used for this recipe?

    The crust looks delicious and I was expecting it to be part of the post.. So yummy!

    1. You can use any crust you want– homemade or store-bought. :) I actually don’t have a good crust recipe; I never developed one. So this one is store-bought.

      1. Diane says:

        Oh, thank you!

  216. Chloe says:

    Tried this with my carob chips.. but I had fresh-out-of-the-fridge-tofu, so my tofu was cold.. and my carob chips were hot. so obviously, my carob chips seized… I think this probably works better with semisweet chocolate..
    I did have some chocolate left in my bowl, and some tofu in the processor… I manually mixed it up and to my delight, this was damn delicious.

  217. Becca R. says:

    Okay Katie, prepare yourself to read a super long post. I tell novels. Alright, so I’m a sophomore in college, and I eat really healthy but not vegan. So the idea of tofu in a pie was a bit strange (although, I think it would be strange even if I was vegan). I had a Bible small group tonight. We just finished a study book, so we had a little Christmas party. I decided to try this recipe. I started preparing last week (because I’m weird) and started looking for tofu. I bought a package of Nasayo-brand light tofu (firm). The rest of the ingredients I (or one of my roommates) had around the house. When I opened the container of tofu yesterday afternoon to begin making it, I got super nervous. It was sponge-y. Why was I about to make it into a pie? haha. Nevertheless, I continued. I melted the chocolate (I used choc. chips) and put it all in the blender. Oh, I used 3 (or 4?) splenda packages instead of agave. After it finally looked normal (no white tofu chunks), I tasted a little spoonful (“Hey, this might turn out good”). So I poured it into a pan, sprinkled a few choc. chips in the center, covered it, and put it in the fridge until 6:45 tonight. I took it to small group and people ate it. And they said they liked it. I ate it, and LOVED it. I thought I would be weirded out because I knew what was in it. haha. But it was yummmmmmmy. So, to wrap this story up, I would like to apologize for doubting you. :) haha. And thank you, of course, for such a yummy recipe, and for being able to make me eat tofu. lol.

    1. Awwww lol!! I am so glad it worked for you.
      P.S. I love novel comments :)

  218. Luxembourg says:

    This was a great deal for the price! My friend commented that it’s like having a bottomless supply of Hershey bars in a box. I would definitely recommend. It made an awesome birthday present!

  219. Amy says:

    I just finished making this one for my Christmas at my inlaws house!! I can’t wait to see what they think!

  220. Suzanne says:

    Tried this on the family for Christmas. No one could believe it was made of tofu. I made mine with semi-sweet chocolate chips, 3T of light Agave Nectar with an Oreo cookie crust. I have to say that next time I’ll put in less chocolate and use a graham cracker crust. It was actually too sweet for my family – weird, I know! :-)

    Over all, we loved it and will do it again.

    1. Suzanne says:

      Just wanted to add – Please, when trying this on friends, make sure they are not allergic to soy.

  221. Amal says:

    Do you have a crust recipe?

    1. Sorry, I don’t… It’s on my to-do list :).

  222. Abbi says:

    Katie, do you have e complete nutritional info for this, I am doing WW Points Plus and need fat, carbs, fiber and protein to calculate the points for each slice, thank you!

  223. Ruwaida says:

    I made this recently and took it to a party and they ALL LOVED IT! They had no idea its “healthy” or whats in it, everyone took 2 servings of this at least! Thank you so much Katie <3<3

  224. Clarissa Hobson says:

    Holy cow, this pie is so delicious! I’m with you on not liking crust, so I made mine crustless, and it tastes just like chocolate mousse – YUMMY! Thanks so much for always creating user-friendly, super tasty recipes!

  225. Nikki says:

    Katie, after I made this I thought it had a rather disgusting consistency and I hated it as a pie. :( So, instead, I added a few tablespoons of nondairy creamer and made it into a delicious, high-protein ‘vegan’ chocolate pudding! It’s so rich I can’t take more than a few bites . . . YUM.

  226. simone g says: about a vegan crust? Blend about 2 cups of macademia (or walnut or almonds) nuts with 1/2 cup of dates, and you got yourself a yummy crust! Just sprinkle the pan with dried coconut so it won’t stick!

    1. Mmm that sounds delicious… and I don’t even like crust! I adore macadamia nuts, though! Thanks for sharing :).

  227. Lauren says:

    Ohh, thank you for this recipe! I used to make a super simple chocolate peanut butter pie out of chocolate tofu, natural peanut butter and chocolate chips. I loved it and then…sob…Wegman’s stopped selling flavored tofu. Your recipe sounds great and I can’t wait to try it and modify it to make it chocolate and peanut butter…my favorite. :-). Keep up the yummy work Katie!

  228. cucicucicoo says:

    i’m new to this blog and everything looks so good, but this…this looks amazing!!! a question though: do you have a recipe for pie crust? i did a search in the blog but couldn’t find one. sorry if you’ve already answered to someone else asking, but i can’t look through all 811 comments to see! :) lisa

  229. Kina says:

    I just made this after I made your recipe for homemade luna bars and oh my goodness. This pie is SO good!! I didn’t use a crust either because this is for my mom’s birthday tomorrow and she prefers low calorie food. I’m eating the remainder from the food processor right now… nom nom nom I just got some on my sleeve! Whoops 😛

  230. Katie, this is DELICIOUS! I made it the other day (with hot chocolate crust) for some guests, and NOBODY could believe it was made from tofu! The leftovers in my fridge seem to get more and more yummy each day. I am so glad I found your blog! :)

    1. I am so glad they all liked it!!

  231. Tamiko says:

    How would you make this without the tofu? What would you use as a sub and keep it dairy free? Love your website and creativity!

  232. Claudie says:

    I have a question… I’m french and I’m not sure of somethings…
    In 2 T nondairy milk, What is the T for and what is nondairy milk?

    1. tablespoons. Sorry for the confusion!

  233. etoti says:

    This recipe worked for me! I used the firm but next time I’ll just go for the silken tofu as the pie was almost like fudge the next day…in that case it would make a good base for a layered dessert (chocolate pie +mousse+whipped cream). My co-worker liked and and said that she couldn’t really taste the tofu. I’ve made it twice and my advice is to use some good chocolate if you have it. It makes a difference.

  234. Sophia says:

    My math puts the calories at around 245, crustless and without added sugar…

  235. Kathryn says:

    Hey Katie!

    While I love both soy milk and almond milk (I drink them all the time at school), at home when I have time to bake, I only have dairy milk. Will this make a difference?



    1. I think you can use any milk and it’ll be fine.

  236. Sarah :) says:

    Heya Katie :)
    I want to try this recipe so badly! However, I come from Northern Ireland and we don’t have Tofu available to us, is there a possible different ingredient I could use in place of tofu? It will really help me a lot. The same problem would be for white beans or gazarbo beans.

    1. You could maybe try my raw chocolate fudge cake or strawberry truffle pie instead! :)

  237. K says:

    Do you make the crust?

    1. You can use any crust. That particular one is store-bought.

  238. Matt says:

    Hi Katie,

    I came across this recipe on Pinterest….it looks awesome. I wanted to know – could I use real milk instead of the powdered stuff? I’m not much of a baker or a dessert guy, but I need to try this!


    1. Hi Matt,

      LOL actually non-dairy milk just means whatever milk you wish to use (soy, rice, almond…) So yes, you can use anything. I’ve started to write “milk of choice” in my recipes because it was confusing a lot of people!

      1. Matt says:

        Great thanks for the heads up. I thought it was that granulated garbage people put in coffee, but seemed out of character for your blog :-) We’re big fans of hemp milk at our house, and I recently got a box of almond/coconut milk that would probably go pretty well in this. Thanks again for the post, I’m looking forward to following future ones.

  239. Rana says:

    I just made this pie using silken tofu and the texture rocks! I have made it with firm and it was good too, just more of a chew than mousse-like, just as you explained it would be. I used your Hot Chocolate cookies as a base / crust. I made a half batch of them and ensured it was well spread out in the pie tin, baked it at 350F for 8 minutes, cooled completely and poured in the filling, fridge to set. Could not get my coconut milk to whip for a vegan cool whip but did enjoy slightly sweetened coconut milk drizzled on it nonetheless. Perhaps I didn’t have enough fat in my coconut milk? This would be awesome with toasted coconut on top, a couple homemade chocolate chips on top, orange zest in the filling, a teaspoon of ground coffee in the filling, perhaps a chocolate dipped coffee bean on each slice. Thanks for the recipe and keep ’em comin’ Chocolate Covered Katie!

    1. Yeah, coconut milk cans are annoying! You can never tell until you open it if the can will work or not!

  240. aly says:

    I was just wondering..i found this site on pinterest but the nutrition for this pie isn’t what i calculated it to be. The chocolate chips i have say 70 calories per tbs which puts the calorie count for 1/8 of the recipie well over 200 ..i was just wondering how you got your numbers so low??

    1. Nope, the nutritional info is definitely correct! Use the first option (the chocolate bars) as opposed to the chips, because that’s how I calculated it. :)

  241. This recipe is AMAZING!!! Thank you so much for changing the way I look at dessert :-) You have helped my friend and I slim down while enjoying amazing treats, which my kiddos and my husband love as well.

  242. Maria says:

    Ok i’m going to ask a really stupid question:) i’m confused about which ingredients are in the crust and what’s in the filling. it looks delicious and I LOVE your recipes! help please!

    1. It’s all the filling. You can use whatever crust you wish :)

  243. Kacie says:

    Is the chocolate crust in your photos gluten free as well? If so, where do you buy it?

    :) thanks!

    1. Sorry, it’s not. It’s an oreo crust.

  244. Alexa says:

    Hi Katie! This is the second recipe of yours I’ve made, and I love reading your blog posts!! It’s such a great vegan site and I’m also obsessed with chocolate and limited to the confines of my college kitchen/budget, so these are all great.
    So I just made this, and the only question I have is…why melt the chocolate first? Once I put it into the blender with the cold ingredients, it immediately froze into a huge block! I think it actually made it harder to crush than the chips would have! Did I do something wrong? I’m wondering if there’s a way to fix that.
    Otherwise, it was delicious!! Thanks so much for the recipes!!

    1. I’m confused… how could it freeze if none of the ingredients were frozen? What made it cold enough to freeze? 😕

      1. Alexa says:

        Ok maybe freeze is the wrong word, more like “solidified.” For example, if you melt chocolate and then pour milk into it, the chocolate doesn’t just mix in…the coldness from the milk solidifies the chocolate, and this is the same thing that happened to me since the tofu and milk were cold.

      2. Hmmm I just don’t know what to tell you, since I’ve never had that problem :(. Perhaps try not-ice-cold milk and tofu?
        I would recommend a food proecssor, though, if you have one. It works better than a blender for recipes like this (although a blender will work).

  245. Brit says:

    Hi Katie!
    I just made your Chocolate Bar Pie yesterday and it was so delicious! Thank you for all the great recipes- I will definitely be making more (very soon!) :)


  246. Sarah says:

    So many comments on this post! I’ve been meaning to make this for a long time. Chocolate pie is amazing! So I made it for Easter along with a riff on your Key lime “cream”. The key lime didn’t work out too well. I had to freeze it for it to be a pie consistency like I wanted. But this chocolate recipe (followed) was great! I will make this 100x!!

  247. Kara says:

    I made the Chocolate Bar Pie for Easter, and it quickly became my favorite new dessert! Yummy

  248. Charla says:

    Hi Katie! I just made this chocolate pie (and it tastes AMAZING, by the way), but I’m a little confused by the calorie count. When I did the math, mine came to 305 per slice (205 without the crust). Should I have used unsweetened chocolate chips?

  249. Cassadilla says:

    Hi Katie!

    I’m a freshman in highschool, and I’m somewhat of a health food junkie! I’ve been a dancer for 12 years and so being healthy and in shape is very important to me.

    Buuuuuut, I’m a teenage girl. I like dessert. A LOT.

    I almost cried with joy when I found your blog! I’ve been baking like CRAZY. (Last night, I made your Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake, and it was gone in an hour! My dad and brother didn’t know what had hit them!)

    I do have a concern though- I want SOOO badly to make this beautiful chocolate pie, but I’m soy free! :( It’s come to my attention that soy isn’t exactly the best thing for you… Not saying you shouldn’t eat it, but many people react negatively to it, so I avoid it at all costs.

    So my question is, is there a tofu substitute you recommend? I know tofu substitutes can be different depending on what you’re making, so how about having the substitutes on the side under each recipe? I’m sure lots of your readers would appreciate it!

    Thanks so much! I LOVE this blog, and you! (Btw, I live in Dallas as well. That IS where you live, right? My mom sort of off handedly told me, hahaha!) :)

    -Cassie <3

    1. cck says:

      I do have another fudge cake that is completely free of soy and is just as good in its own right:

  250. Sherlock says:

    This was ok. I’ve always had issues using tofu in pies….I can always taste it. This was no different. I had to add more chocolate to cover up the tofu flavor. In the end I could still taste it. My daughter and I ate it anyway but its definitely not a pie I would take to a gathering or make again.

    1. If you say it’s not a pie you’d take to a party, I can almost guarantee you did something wrong :(.
      What tofu did you use and are you sure you only used 12.3 oz?

      1. Sherlock says:

        I actually used 12 ounces. Which anyone would figure the more tofu used the more tofu flavor. It should have turned out just fine. I suppose it’s simply the brand of tofu. Some are more tofuy than others. Mori Nu is mild in flavor. I use Sprouts tofu.

      2. Sprouts makes silken firm tofu (i.e. not the fridged kind)?

      3. Sherlock says:

        No, I used the refrigerated kind.

      4. Try the mori nu!!! So completely different! :)

      5. Sherlock says:

        OK cool. Will do 😉

  251. Friday says:

    Does anyone have a good vegan sugar-free pie crust recipe? Preferably a chocolate one 😛 But a regular one would do. I’m thinking of doing either this recipe or the “mint-chocolate fudge pie”. Oh & I live in Sweden, so I can’t find alot of specific american brands & such, so I’d probably need a recipe that has only like regular non-brand ingredients that you could find in a grocerie store almost anywhere. And once again: vegan, sugar-free, preferably chocolate, pie crust. I need to make it tomorrow, so fast replies would be helpful :3 Thanks.

    Btw Katie, I tried your original fudge pie once. I COMPLETELY fucked up the recipe lmao but it still turned out pretty good. :)

    1. Anonymous says:

      I don’t… but apparently the commenter directly below you has one! Good timing, maybe?

      1. Friday says:


  252. Katie, this is pure genius! I found a raw coconut pie crust recipe that I used with your filling, and it was just sensational. I just posted the crust recipe on my blog, if you are interested. I know you don’t like crust, but, as I noted in my blog, this crust tastes like what would happen if Larabars and crust had a baby! Thank you for sharing your wonderful creations.

    1. cck says:

      It looks delicious! And lol the person right above you asked for a pie crust recipe, so I told her about yours :).

  253. Kristin says:

    Can you make this substituting something instead of the tofu?

    1. I have another fudge cake that is completely free of soy and is just as good in its own right:

  254. Jessica says:

    CCK! WE LOVE YOU!! I have made this recipe 3 times in the past week!! Everyone has LOVED it!! Keep the delicious recipes coming!!!

  255. courtney says:

    i’ve made this so many times and it’s awesome! my boyfriend loved it, my roommate and his son loved it and no one suspects tofu or can believe the ingredients! i made it with a gluten-free crust a couple days ago for a few friends at work and everyone ended up trying a piece and loving it! i left with an empty pie plate!

  256. Juliana says:

    My mom absolutely LOVES all things chocolate. I might have to make this for her and *accidentally* forget to mention that I added tofu. 😉

  257. Stephanie W says:

    So I know this recipe has been up here for a while, but I just got around to making it…I can ‘t believe I waited so long–absolutely amazing! Thank you so much for your recipes, it has helped me realize I can still be healthy AND get my serious chocolate fix!

  258. tess says:

    I tricked my dinner guests with this recipe! I made a crust using your fudge babies recipe but used hazlenuts. It was like a ferrero rocher pie!

  259. Rae Howard says:

    Loved this Katie…..I so appreciate your blog and this pie is wonderful. I used stevia with special dark bars and it was divine. Hugs <3

  260. Claire says:

    So I finally found MoriNu firm silken tofu yesterday in the Czech grocery store and I was overjoyed!!! You should’ve heard my ecstatic cry of joy to my mom when I saw it in the foreign foods section. I came home and made this right away, and it made the world of a difference using MoriNu as opposed to the organic stuff we buy in plastic packaging. Thank you for this recipe! It’s sooooo good as made by your exact instructions. :)

  261. Raney says:

    Made this pie last night…holy cow! I was very skeptical about the tofu, but I shouldn’t have feared- it’s wonderful!

  262. Natalie says:

    I know it’s unrelated but Katie, have you considered having a youtube channel? Have a short 15 minute or even less of you putting things together with closeups on your food – so peeps (like me) have a better grasp on things like consistency and so on and so forth.
    I know its probably too much work for you – however it seems like a natural course of things :) With you getting your cookbook going soon and what not. I (one for loving having my fav recipes written down) already have a little box with bunch of cards with your recipes on them. Can’t wait for the book.

    1. CCK says:

      Aw thanks. :) I just need more hours in the day.

  263. Moe Purple says:

    Hey I was wondering if there is any way to make this a peanut butter pie? My sister LOVES PB pies and I’d like to make one for her. Thanks. (:

    1. CCK says:

      Sure! Just add some peanut butter. Sounds like a great idea to me!!

  264. Open Bar says:

    I made this 2 days ago. It is gone. My husband, who is coming around slowly to being a vegan, really like this, with the coconut whipped cream. If it weren’t for him, there’s no way it would have lasted 2 days, I gotta admit!

  265. Catherine says:

    I made this after having a chocolate avocado raw one last night from a restaurant, and this was ten times better. It’s definitely the best dessert I’ve ever made/eaten. Thank you so much for making this recipe, it’s unbelievable.

  266. Ingrid says:

    This is sooooo yummy, and let me just say that I’m NOT a mousse fan!!

  267. Amy says:

    Hi Katie! This pie is FANTASTIC!!!!!!! This is my and my family’s first ever time using tofu and I am so happy we did!!!!!! We aren’t vegans (yet!) but I came across your website a while back and this pie looked so delicious! We all just had a slice and I will be making this quite a bit! We actually have been slowly and gradually “weaning” ourselves off of animal products, or ay least trying not to eat so much of them. I love that we can have these wonderful desserts and still know that we are eating something healthy without sacrficing a thing! We have already tried you chocolate chip cookie pie with white beans and that was yummy too! We thought that if we gave beans a try in a dessert and loved it than tofu would be fun to try too! Thanks again, Katie! Next to try for me id you mint chocolate cupcakes! YUM!!!!!!!!!

    1. CCK says:

      Aw so glad you liked it! Hope the cupcakes turn out well!

  268. Alexa says:

    WOO I’m officially a convert!! I made this at school and it came out so weird, but I just made it at home and it was amazing!!
    I think it was because at school I just used a crappy blender but at home I used a nice food processor, and did everything BUT the melted choc chips and then added in the chocolate as it was blending. Everyone who has tried it loves it and I can’t believe how much different it came out the second time!! I just used regular “silken” tofu from whole foods (not the special brand that Katie uses that I can’t seem to find).


  269. Ceri says:

    This was AMAZEBALLS!! I didn’t have time to make a crust, but served it with berries and your coconut cool whip. I must confess tho, I misread the recipe and used LESS chocolate than you said. *gasp* This will be rectified next time I make it haha!

  270. Allie says:

    I just made this using bluberry-almond dark chocolate and it’s SO good! New favorite recipe!

  271. New Chocolate Covered Katie fan!!! says:

    This is insanely delicious. I made it with your 30 second pie crust and it is AMAZING!!!

  272. Sarah says:

    Hey, I just made this, and it is crazy, I can’t stop eating it, so thank you Katie! :-)

  273. Rose says:

    I absolutely love your blog! I was wondering if you could create a healthy version of the Hershey’s Sunday Pie from Burger King? It looks very similar to this pie, but I was wondering if there was a way to make it without tofu?

  274. Kristen says:

    Looks great! Do you know how much to measure out if I have a 14oz package of tofu?

  275. Cary says:

    a little cocoa, but (and please don’t send me away) but I prefer caramel or cinnamon.

  276. Nora says:

    This pie is spectacular!!! I’ve made it 4 times in the past month!! The only change I made was the addition of about 1/2 cup of shredded coconut. Yum!!!

  277. Lisa Spagnuolo says:

    Hi Katie,
    My daughter and I love to cook and bake together (she is 29) but, unfortunately she is in Ottawa, Ontario and I am stuck in Paris, Ontario…. (which has won the distinction of “the prettiest town in Canada). I miss our home schooling baking days but I’m ever glad to have the memories of having shared them with my darling daughter!
    You wanted some feedback on if you should cover breakfasts next after having just excelled in the dessert arena.
    Well, I just wanted to share that if you go into the breakfast zone that you try to make some of the recipes as sweet as your desserts were.
    I love ingredients like honey, maple syrup, cardamon, nutmeg, cinnamon, Chinese Five Spice and coconut milk, etc. etc. etc.
    I love things like the Dutch Puff for breakfast when served with family and friends.
    My daughter has married a lovely man from Afghanistan and he cooks like a dream.
    As they say, when in Rome do as the Romans do….. Well, after having enjoyed over 30 years of Southern Italy Cuisine with my cute hubby Tony, I now have the fun treat of eating with my daughter and her Afghan husband… learning to eat scrumptious food with my fingers like the rice that my son in law makes with delectable, fragrant fresh milled spices and dried orange peel.
    Well I hope that I have inspired you to regale the breakfast crowd with your scrumptious cuisine. Have fun and keep enjoying the life that God gave to you.
    Yours Most Sincerely, Lisa Spagnuolo
    P.S… I found your site when checking into info on Lupini Beans….. small world, eh?
    Feel free to email me back.

  278. Kimberly says:

    This is the second recipe I’ve tried and it’s sitting in the fridge right now waiting to cool and firm (though I thought it was pretty firm going in. My 3-year-old and my 21-month-old are currently circling their daddy like vultures waiting to scoop up any out of the food processor bowl that he is willing to offer them. My husband and I are discussing whether or not we should go through all the different flavors of chocolate and try them all as this pie so it’s definitely a hit.

    Also I noticed that there isn’t any information in your FAQ about your upcoming cookbook and I didn’t really want to scroll back through all your entries to try to find it. Do you know when it is coming out? Will it be available though all the big stores or at the very least Amazon? Any other information?

    1. No set release date yet… it’ll be awhile. But yes, it will be in stores and I’ll definitely update when I know more info!

  279. Ratih says:

    I have been looking for easy, healthy desserts recipes. I came across this recipe from food gawker. A bit skeptical about the tofu. I keep remembering the scene from Two Weeks Notice when Hugh Grant character commented that there is something amuck with the cheesecake he was eating. It has tofu in it..but I digress. So, I gave this recipe a shot. I made a pie crust using oatmeal, flour and canola oil. It turns out to be really good!!! I am surprised! I love sweets, I really do. I can do without potato chips, or bread or butter…but I can’t live without sweets. I am happy to say that I found peace with my sweet tooth. This recipe satisfies my sweet tooth without it being totally bad for me. I’m happy. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

  280. gina says:

    I just made this chocolate pie and it is currently in the fridge firming up. This is my first ever tofu dessert and so far I cannot wait for it to be ready!! My 3 year old is currently licking the spoon and cannot tell the difference at all :) I made it with graham cracker crust.
    Have you ever tried freezing this filling to see if it would make good chocolate ice cream?

    1. I haven’t… if you try it, please let me know how it works! I’d think you’d need to put it in an ice cream maker for best consistency.

  281. Michelle says:

    what’s the difference between this recipe and the ultimate chocolate fudge pie?

  282. Sage says:

    I made this tonight. OMG it was so goooooooooddddd!!!! I cannot believe how delicious. I need to figure out a way to make this banana cream pie cause that’s my favorite. I also added some pb2 so good!

  283. Stefanie says:

    Hi Katie! LOVE your site and all the delicious recipes! Just made this pie and it’s DELICIOUS but am wondering what’s the difference between this recipe and the Ultimate Chocolate Fudge Pie recipe?? I can’t see a difference? Thanks! Love sharing your site with friends! :)

  284. S says:

    Is it possible to alter this to make a tofu-less version? (I try to stay away from soy)

  285. Heather says:

    Hi Katie! I recently discovered your blog through a friend’s Facebook post. I just tried this recipe tonight, and it is FABULOUS! Since I’m a French teacher, I marketed it to my family as “pots de crème” (I spooned it into little jars.) Tastes just as good as the “real thing” and way easier to make! I look forward to experimenting with more of your healthy recipes. Thank you and keep up the great work that you do.

  286. Leslie says:

    Hi Katie,

    Do you drain your tofu when making this pie or is the liquid necessary for the mousse?


    1. I use Mori-Nu, so no need to drain. But if you use a different type, yes you should drain it.

  287. stella says:

    If you don’t like pie crust, you should try making one out of crushed chocolate cookies!

  288. Cindy says:


    Do you prefer silken or firm tofu for this pie?


    1. Don’t make me choose! 😉
      But no matter what, I recommend Mori-Nu above all else, as people say other brands can sometimes have an aftertaste.

      1. Cindy says:

        Thanks:) I’ll experiment…it will give me a chance to make it more than once:)

  289. Dana says:

    I LOVE this recipe! I had a hard time not eating it all our of a bowl before it firmed up. I can’t wait to try it with the Dagoba cocoa powder with the chili nibs in it….. mmmmm :)

  290. Emilia says:

    I LOVE this pie! I made it tonight for my dad and myself. I couldn’t taste the tofu at all. Then I gave a piece to my dad, didn’t tell him what it had in it, then asked him if he could guess the secret ingredient. Nope! When I told him he was really surprised but wants me to keep making it! Guess I will! :)

  291. Anonymous says:

    I would like to cover you in chocolate

  292. Tamzen says:

    Made this twice now, first time without a base and again tonight with an oreo base for hardcore carnivores who nommed it and trust me if they didn’t complain (even enjoyed it) then it must be good because they are some serious if its not meat and three veg it tastes like a hippy’s armpit kinda people. I bow to you, Katie, you are a chocolate-covered goddess.

  293. Rachel says:

    Hi Katie!
    I have a soy and dairy allergy; what would be a good substitute for the soy?

  294. Becca says:


  295. Tala says:

    Hey Katie! First off, you saved me. I never thought I could eat delicious stuff while still staying clean. But there’s just a question, you say for each tbsp of agave is 7 calories, but I heard that there are 20-60 in a tbsp. hmm. Haha anyways thanks!

  296. Amanda says:

    Ohmygod, this sounds AMAAAAZING.

  297. nicole says:

    Does it change the flavor a lot if you use maple syrup instead of agave?

    Also – would you consider Kitchenaid to be a “high-powered” blender when you’re talking about ice creams? (You said that with a Vitamix, you basically can make the ice cream sans ice cream maker – and with other high-powered blenders) does that apply to Kitchenaids do you think?


  298. Sadie says:

    Just wanted to say I LOVE your recipes! I’ve made several, but this is my favorite. We don’t make it into a pie, we put it in bowls topped with a little whipped cream, and we call it mousse. My hubby…who loves dessert, but isn’t a fan of “healthy” desserts…requests this on a regular basis. My 3 little kids enjoy it, and I like knowing they are getting some healthy protein with their treat.

  299. Jane says:

    This recipe sounds yummy. I’ve got my own raw chocolate company, Sweet Revolution, so will be trying it in this pie!

  300. Mariah says:

    yummers! is there any way to substitute the tofu?

  301. Kathie says:

    I’m not vegan so I never have tofu in my pantry. And I doubt VERY much that our small town grocer carries it! Is there a substitute I could use for the tofu? I’m thinking not, but I have to ask. I used it about 3 decades ago (I’m not kidding about that time frame) but my family complained so I discontinued using it. We had a rule that when I tried something new for dinner, we’d take a vote as to whether or not it was a “make again”. I lost. Maybe I’ll try googling to see what I come up with for an answer.

    1. Jessica says:

      your grocery store must have it try looking in the store directory on your phone.

  302. tammy says:

    made this today as well, my son really didn’t like it, but me and my helper loved its, very dark chocolaty and it was wonderful

  303. Luci says:

    Hi katie, recently have become a huge fan of your site!! For this recipe, can i use an alternative to soy? Maybe soaked cashews and water??

  304. TEA4TEE says:

    I added banana to mine and it was gr8.

  305. Barbara Gabbe-Harris says:

    ah! I found a way to contact you ….Katie, I LOVE your recipes! wonder if it is possible for you to have a “printer friendly” version of the recipes …I manage to copy & paste but it would be much easier if I could print them directly. also, I notice there a few recipes you have that you microwave ..I don’t use the you think you could put an alternive method for baking too. I would like to commend on your beautiful photography and also that you include “Nutrition” information & even WW points! You certainly do a terrific job and the results are fabulous!! Thank you for all you do. Barbara in Florida

    1. Unofficial CCK Helper says:

      To print, you can highlight the recipe itself, right click and hit copy, then open a new Word document, right click paste, and then you can name & save the recipe in a CCK folder for future reference, as I’ve done.
      Also, Katie usually lists an alternative to microwaves in the recipes that call for them, in the instruction part :-)

  306. Charlotte says:

    Hello Katie! Your blog is great, I’ve tried out quite a few of your recipes by now and they are luscious! (My family- who isn’t vegan- loved the raspberry vanilla coffee cake and the deep dish pies). I made this pie for the first time and it was a killer!! My filling was heavy and creamy, which was lovely, but how do you achieve the mousse-like texture? I used silken tofu and roughly 250g chocolate, perhaps it was too much?
    Still, whichever way, genius recipe :)

    1. Unofficial CCK Helper says:

      Be sure to melt the chocolate so it is smooth BEFORE blending with the other ingredients. Then it should be smooth and mousse-like. Just blend until a mousse consistency is achieved.

  307. Vanessa says:

    Think recipe doesn’t say how to make the oreo crust. I assume that’s what the brown/black crust is. Can you explain that further.
    Thank you

  308. Hannah says:

    Hi. The pie looks scrumptious! I’m a chocoholic who can’t eat soy/tofu. what can I substitute that is FODMAP free?

  309. Laura says:

    Hi Katie! Found your blog about a week ago and so glad I came across it! Quick question…how long do you think this keeps in the fridge? I just made a batch tonight, and I was surprised at how much it made (yay!). So I’m just wondering how much time I have to devour it :) Thank you!

  310. Carrie Nelson says:

    Have you tried the Lilly’s chocolate chips yet? Sweetened with stevia, gmo free, fair trade, and yummy.

  311. Raneem Tarfa says:

    I was hoping there was a way to make healthy pies without tofu :c ….

    1. Raneem Tarfa says:

      I love your recipes though!

  312. Mishal F.Khalid says:

    That looks sensational. I hope I can re-create it somehow!

  313. I am OBSESSED with your blog! I’m so happy to have stumbled upon it. I will be featuring this chocolate pie on Tofurkey Day!

  314. Karen says:

    Do you have a chocolate pie that is soy and nut free??

  315. Amanda says:

    I love this recipe! For thanksgiving, I made it with cranberries mixed into the pie, and it was delicious. Thank you for all your amazing ideas.

  316. Megan says:

    I love this pie :) but I live on my own so I am the only one eating it. How long will it keep in the fridge?

  317. Gavi says:

    Hi Katie! I have a few questions about this recipe.
    1) It seems like this recipe only makes about 3 cups of filling… is that right, or does it sort of puff up as you blend?
    2) Does it work to put it in a springform pan with firm tofu but added sweetener?
    3) What size springform pan do you use?
    4) Have you ever tried this with regular tofu (not Mori-Nu, which is far more processed)? Does it have an aftertaste that way?

  318. Megan says:

    Made this with the vegan chocolate cupcakes….holy chocolate heaven. seriously, I’ve tried a LOT of recipes from this website, this one takes the cake? pie? anyways, its the BEST. I used 72% cacao chocolate chips.

  319. fliss says:

    I made one of your pies for a family bbq last week. I did half strawberry (just threw some strawberries in the blender with the tofu) and half chocolate and nobody even.guessed that it was tofu! They all thought it was a cheesecake (my dad’s favourite). Even my husband liked it and that’s saying something!! Xx keep posting these wonderful recipes please xx

  320. Beth says:

    The most delicious choc. mousse pie I’ve ever had. Couldn’t keep my family away.

  321. Carla says:

    Yummy! Made this and for the milk I used chocolate almond milk. I got the crust recipe from Girl Gone Country: Oat Almond Meal Pie Crust! Great combo!

  322. Jedi13 says:

    Brb, making a machine to convert the universe into these.

  323. Fatema says:

    well i was wondering what can i substitute the tofu for, bc we dont have tofu here (weirdly enough), and i wouldnt mind it being not-vegetarian
    Thank you x

  324. robinhod says:

    I COMPLETELY messed up the recipe lmao but it still turned out pretty good. :)

  325. Jessica says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipie best ever!

  326. Meghan says:

    Pure chocolate deliciousness. Love this recipe.