An easy and healthy treat. This pudding has a secret ingredient that keeps the calories in check!
Cuisine: Gluten-free, Special Occassion
Keyword: puding, Thanksgiving, tofu
Author: Trish | The In Fine Balance Food Blog
6 ozsilken tofusee note
6tbspfat-free sweetened condensed milk
2cupscanned pumpkin puree(or 15-oz can)
1 cupfrozen whipped topping(like Cool Whip)
In a blender add tofu, condensed milk, sugar, vanilla and maple syrup. Blend until smooth. Add spices, salt and pumpkin and blend again. Pour into a bowl and stir in whipped topping. Transfer to serving bowl or individual serving cups (makes about 6 servings). Cover and refrigerate for 8 hours over overnight. For serving top with more whipped topping, candied pecans or candy corn (for the kids).
Nutritional information is an estimate based on the suggested serving size.Silken tofu is often found in aseptic packages often found in the Asian food section of the grocery store. I like the "firm" silken still for this recipe. If you can't find this go for a soft of medium tofu packed in water in the refrigerated section of the store.