We've done a good job of eating in this week and so for Saturday night, we are going to have dinner at some friends' house. We're bringing my favorite dish: Dessert! Okay, I wish that I had the most wonderful rich and fluffy photos of this pie, but more often than not, the worse it looks, the better it tastes. So, this looks like a mess, but it is tasty, indulgent and so rich!
I mashed together about 3 recipes to come up with a taste and texture that I liked. Sources include The Kind Diet, Marantha Nut Butters, and Compassion Over Killing.
You can use a premade pie crust (graham cracker or chocolate) or make you own:
Crush 20 graham crackers (or 2 cups chocolate cookies). Blend with:
3 tablespoons safflower oil, margarine or butter (I used Earth Balance)
2 tablespoons maple syrup
2 tablespoons cocoa powder (optional)
Press into a pie pan.
Blend together until creamy and silky:
12 to 16 ounces of firm tofu
1 1 /2 cups peanut butter (or to your taste)
1/4 cup maple syrup (add more or less depending on your sweet tooth)
Refrigerate 2 hours. You can top with whipped cream, nuts or a chocolate coating.
Melt 12 ounces of semi-sweet chocolate chips. You can add vanilla extract, vanilla soy milk or maple syrup to taste and desired consistency. Spread over top of pie. Allow to refrigerate another hour.
Indulge and Enjoy!
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