Jennifer’s Sneaky Moo-less Chocolate Pie

Ohhhh Ladies {especially ones with dairy intolerances} do I have a fun recipe for YOU! It comes right from our Ladies bible study from my very dear friend Jennifer. I quickly came to find out how comfy she was in her kitchen by all the delicious snacks she’s prepared for us on Wednesday evenings!  The treat she is sharing with us today, “Sneaky Moo-less Chocolate Pie” amazed me so much, I just HAD to post it! 

There is a *secret ingredient that you would NEVER guess {even after taking a bite!}

So, shhhhhh….don’t say a word. The kids won’t know they are eating a protein packed snack!

Thank you so much Jennifer, love you!


Here they are in adorable little chocolate dessert cups! Beautiful and Yummy!!!!

4.5 from 2 reviews
Sneaky MooLess Chocolate Pie
Serves: 8
Prep time:
Total time:
  • 1# silken tofu (I use light and get it at Beilers or Acme)(drained*)
  • 13oz of chocolate chips
  • ⅓ cup coffee (brewed and cooled)
  • 1 TBSP honey
  • 1tsp vanilla
  1. Melt chocolate and coffee together in microwave.
  2. Put tofu, honey and vanilla in the food processor.
  3. Once the chocolate is melted add it in the food processor.
  4. Whirl it around for a couple minutes. Be patient, it takes like 3 minutes or so to get all the little chunks of tofu broke down.
  5. Put into dessert cups or pour into a chocolate pie crust.
  6. Chill for a couple hours.
  7. So good.
  8. *I buy the Mori Nu brand of tofu and it does not need drained.
  9. I have used mint flavoring instead of coffee (just a few drops) and it makes a chocolate mint pie. I have used raspberry chocolate chips and that will make a raspberry chocolate pie. The possibilities are endless. Enjoy!



  1. That looks so very good. Thank you very much for the recipe !!

  2. Yum!! This is awesome..I had no idea it had tofu in it when Jennifer brought it to MOPS. I can’t wait to try it myself!! So glad you shared this!

  3. Those look so yummy! Are they in chocolate cups? Where could I buy those, or how do I make them?

  4. I make this but substitute the coffee fot kalua!

  5. Jennifer is my daughter and she’s so comfortable and skilled in the kitchen. (She makes her mama proud, for sure.)

    Even her father likes this…and he is one p.i.c.k.y.-p.i.c.k.y. eater!

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