Vegan S’mores Pudding

2.9 (5 reviews)

Vegan S’mores Pudding



  • 6 vegan graham cracker rows (2 squares each)
  • 1 pkg.  silken or lite firm tofu, drained
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened nondairy milk
  • 1/4 cup vegan mini-marshmallows (plus extra for garnish)
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa
  • 3/4 cup vegan chocolate chips


  • Crumble 4 graham cracker rows using your hands, a rolling pin, or a glass. Set aside.
  • Add the tofu, nondairy milk, marshmallows, maple syrup, cocoa, and the remaining 2 graham cracker rows to a high speed blender, such as a Vitamix, or food processor. (Tip: If using a blender, cut up the tofu and break the graham crackers into smaller pieces.)
  • Melt the chocolate chips for 1 minute in the microwave. Remove and stir until smooth. Add to the food processer. Blend or process until the mixture is well combined.
  • Sprinkle a serving pan or individual dishes with the graham cracker crumble to create the bottom layer of the S’more. Spread the pudding mixture over the top. Garnish with the mini-marshmallows. Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving. Enjoy!

Makes 10 servings

Chef’s Notes:

  • If you can’t find mini-marshmallows, just use 4 regular-sized ones.
  • If you can’t find vegan marshmallows or vegan graham crackers in your area, you can get them online through Vegan Essentials.
  • If using silken tofu, drain, let sit for about 15 minutes, then drain again.

Reprinted by permission of It’s Easy to Start Eating Vegan by Rebecca Gilbert

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Rated 2.9/5 based on 5 reviews

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