It was homemade. I used this recipe only I used silken tofu, because that's what I had on hand, and I didn't bother with the "assembly" I just had the pudding as-is.Gingerfoxx, was the banana tofu pudding homemade? Or was it storebought? If so, was it good? I've seen fruity tofu puddings at the store and have been curious about them. If homemade, what all's in it?
I want to try making it again with firm tofu the next time I buy some. Part of the trick is to use very ripe bananas so the banana flavor is strong enough and sweet enough to cancel out the soy taste. The ones I used this time weren't quite ripe enough, but the result was still palatable enough to warrant a second attempt. It would be really good with vanilla wafers or ever gingersnaps or speculoos/Biscoff cookies too, maybe with coconut whip if you were feeling adventurous. I didn't get that fancy though, since I was just throwing it in my lunchbox for a mid-morning snack at the office.I think I want to try that pudding. I'm not a fan of tofu pudding...tried chocolate once and could taste the soy. But I eat a lot of tofu now and I'm hoping the banana will mask the soy taste.
I googled a few recipes while I was waiting for your reply. They are all pretty much the same. I like your recipe because it calls for firm and not silken, which I prefer.
I had oatmeal this morning. For lunch I had creamy cauliflower soup (yum) with lentils. Tonight I haven't figured out yet!As an ongoing thread, I wanted to create a place to share the vegan meals we eat each day. Feel free to include photos/recipe links if you are feeling sassy.
Yesterday my vegan menu was as follows:
B- Hot cereal and tea
S- Homemade whole-wheat apple carrot sunflower seed muffin
L- Baingan bharta (Indian eggplant curry) with some seasoned beans I resurrected from my freezer
D- Sunflower seed mac and cheese, using a scaled down version of this recipe: Sunflower Mac | Post Punk Kitchen | Vegan Baking & Vegan Cooking
Today my breakfast and snack are the same as yesterday.
L- Homemade coleslaw (red cabbage, carrot, shredded cauliflower and green beans dressed with lemon juice, vegan mayo, spicy mustard, soyaki sauce and spices) and a side of black-eye peas
Dinner is still up in the air. I am thinking a nice easy veggie saute with some nutritional yeast and a homemade veggie burger from the freezer.
What is everyone else eating??
Is that coconut whip you had with the berries? Sounds intriguing. Who makes it? As horrible and chemical-filled as it is, Cool Whip was a staple of my childhood and was damn good with berries or in ambrosia salad.B - Tofu scramble
S - orange
L - Bean chili
S - Mixed berries with
D - to be determined