Peanut Butter Chocolate Mousse – Vegan, Gluten Free, and Oh so Yummy :)

I can’t even tell you how good this dessert is. This is chocolatey and creamy and peanut 20160902_182654.jpgbuttery, so so good. And the best part is it’s super easy to make.

What you’ll need:

Some Vegan Chocolate Chips about 1/2 a cup

Organic Firm  Silken Tofu – 1 Carton

Peanut Butter (Preferably raw, all natural with no added nasties) about 2 tablespoons

A Blender (I use a Nutri-bullet)

How to make it:

Melt your chocolate chips. Add your Tofu into your blender, then add chocolate chips and blend. Once blended add in your peanut butter and blend again until smooth and all blended well. Portion into small bowls or whatever you decide to serve them in and refrigerate for about an hour (Or you can just eat it if you like). You can even freeze it and make it into Ice-Cream…..You could add some brownie pieces or fudge or chocolate chips, let your imagination run wild…..but if not, it is great just the way it is….. x


B.L.T (Vegan, with Tofu ‘Fried Egg’ and Green Peppers)

There is nothing better than a good sandwich, and this was a Gooooooood Sandwich! To say the least. I am salivating just thinking about it again! Tee hee. The picture does not do this delicious treat any justice quite honestly.


Bagel (We used Organic Millet Bread, but you can use any of your preferred breads for this)

Bacon, We used ‘Benevolent Bacon’, not the healthiest choice, also not the unhealthiest, if you want this to be a healthier meal opt for Tempeh, you can get bacon flavored.

Egg – Organic Firm Tofu. Sliced into rectangles. It’s not going to fool anyone that it’s a real egg, but it’s as close as you’re gonna get for a vegan substitute.

Green Peppers – Sauteed

Onions – Sauteed

Portabella Mushrooms – Sauteed

Mayo – Any of your favorite vegan mayo (mix in a little garlic powder to make it even more amazing).


Tomato – sliced

Liquid Amino Acids

Coconut Oil



Sautee Green Peppers, Onions and Mushrooms in a pan, add a little garlic. You can use powder, Fresh or pre-chopped in a jar, it depends on your preference really. You can use the same pan for the Tofu and ‘Bacon’. Slice the tofu lengthways, to make a long rectangle. Add some liquid aminos, this gives a lot of flavor to the tofu, trust me, it will not be the same without it, last but not least cooked your bacon.

once everything is cooked you’ll need to add some mayo to your bread (You can use hummus instead as a much healthier version), Then load up your sandwich, and enjoy, if you do it right lots of the filling will fall out of your sandwich, but that adds to the messy fun!

We don’t do BLT’s often, but when we do, we do them good. You can omit the tofu if you like, but it really gives you a sense of fried egg in your sandwich, like I said, It won’t fool anyone, but if you miss eggs as a vegan, you will love this replacement, well, we do 😉