Love chocolate mousse or whipped chocolate pie? But without all the cream, calories, and sugar? I have just the thing for you, right here. And with summer right around the corner, the deal is even sweeter. This chocolate pie clocks in at just 150 calories per slice (out of a pie cut into 8 slices). Upon tasting the finished product, you’ll be stunned its made from tofu. Light, sweet, decadent, chocolatey, this one satisfies and satiates that chocolate hankering anytime youre feeling it, but without the overload of calories, fat, and sugar that a typical chocolate pie/mousse does.
This recipe is gluten/grain free, dairy free, and very low in sugar.
Without further ado, here is how to make this light, lovely, and delicious chocolate mousse/pie:
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This particular lifestyle has begun to receive a fair amount of hype over the last couple years, while just recently exploding into major trendiness. Both receiving lots of good as well as bad press. Is there any meat behind the supposedly life changing claims? What are the benefits along with the potential pitfalls? While not personally following a Paleo diet (though I do dabble), enough of my recipes fall under the umbrella of this particular lifestyle that make it fitting to post a short and sweet descriptor of what Paleo is and why it seems loads of people are jumping on the bandwagon.
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I think its safe to say that winter is officially upon us. Would anyone disagree? The temperature seems to have finally dropped to subzero levels of chilliness. A fact of which I am a bit disheartened since I love nothing more then being toasty warm as often as possible. Being within the heart of winter makes this a difficult task to accomplish. So for recipe #18, I decided to go with a cozy, warm, winter themed dish.
One of my favorite cafes here in Frankfurt is Cafe Crumble. Another favorite is aptly named Sugar Mama. Both of these inviting little eateries have delicious fruit crumbles on offering. I have sampled both dishes more then once and each one gets major props. Delicious. Homey. Comfort food that totally hits the spot on a brisk afternoon. So, I decided to make my own version, except this one is refined sugar-free, gluten-free and lactose-free.
The great news? This version is just as tasty as my two favorite cafes takes on the fruit crumble, though thankfully, this is far better for your health.
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