Death by Double Dark Chocolate Killer Fudge Pie

top sliceDeath by Double Dark Chocolate Killer Fudge Pie

When family is around, I love entertaining, our gatherings have always centered around good food and lots of it. So when my younger brother, Morgan, came for Sunday dinner over the weekend after not seeing him for nearly a year, I pulled out all the stops.

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We had some fantastic pizza, a shaved brussels sprouts and kale salad with poppyseed dressing,then we had this dessert.

whole pie

So rich and scrumptious, that this is only for serious chocolate lovers. Very thin slices of this dessert will satisfy, it has a crazily fudge like texture and could easily serve 12-14 people.

Death by Double Dark Chocolate Killer Fudge Pie

  • 15 Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (I used Newman O’s), GF peeps can use GF Sandwich Cookies
  • 2 T. Coconut Oil
  • 1 package extra firm silken tofu
  • 2/3 C. agave
  • 1/4 t. sea salt
  • 1 T. vanilla
  • 1 t. instant coffee granules (I used a coffee substitute)
  • 1/2 C. cocoa powder
  • 1 cup full fat coconut milk (from a can)
  • 1 C. vegan dark chocolate chips, melted

Method:Β In a food processor, pulse the chocolate sandwich cookies til finely crumbled, add the coconut oil and pulse again until combined. Press into a spring-form pan or pie dish. Add the tofu, agave, sea salt, vanilla, coffee granules, cocoa powder and coconut milk to the food processor. Process until completely combined and smooth. Melt your chocolate chips if you haven’t all ready. Scrape them into the tofu mixture. Pulse again until chocolate is completely incorporated. Freeze for 30 minutes before serving to firm. Leftovers can be stored in the refrigerator and will stay nicely set.

close upWe garnished our dessert with strawberries, coconut cream and had a side of homemade vegan peppermint chip ice cream to temper the richness of the pie.




    1. Enjoy! I still think your chocolate chestnut pie was the best one I’ve ever seen. I don’t even know how to get chestnut paste over here….. πŸ˜‰

  1. Decadence at its finest – this looks fantastic! It seems we’ve both got chocolate on our minds! But really, when do we not? This looks so yummy Somer!

    1. I saw your gluten free chocolate brownies in my email! I haven’t read the post yet. Cannot wait! I always have chocolate on the brain. It makes my world go round…. πŸ˜‰ xx

  2. This is gorgeous, the whole spread sounds amazing! I have a can of coconut milk in the fridge that I’ve been wanting to whip up. I don’t have all the ingredients for this particular recipe but you’ve inspired me to come up with something rich and chocolatey to serve under it. Raw chocolate torte, here I come! πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

    1. You’ve totally got this one! I love how inspiration always comes from somewhere, this one came from a 2 ingredient mousse in a PETA handout, of course, I had to make it into something else. Can’t wait to see what you come up with πŸ™‚

  3. Scrumptious looking pie! Just reading some previous comments…..I found some vacuum packed chestnuts at my favourite natural health food store. I used them in a brussels sprouts dish recently. Maybe you could just puree them for the paste? Let me know if you are still looking and I’ll get some more info. Need to head over now to check out the chestnut pie!

  4. that pie and that pizza! lucky bro:)
    its always fun when family visits.. i hope this year my emotional blackmailing will work on my brother and sister.. i havent seen them in 8 years. mom n dad keep visiting..and are planning a late summer trip!! sunny seattle + some of this pie and ice cream.. yes!

    1. Oh man, I hope that they come visit you soon. That’s a lonely lonely long time! Yes, I think the pie and ice cream would be a hit πŸ™‚

  5. I’m not a fan of pie, as outlined in today’s post, but d@mn girl! I think I could tuck into that chocolate pie. YUM!

    I’ll be right over. I need to buy my plane tix first though…


  6. My family is the same way. If we aren’t cooking all day on Christmas and Thanksgiving it just doesn’t seem like a holiday! Must try the pie and the pizza! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Oh I’m soooo glad you posted it Somer. This looks so flippin fantastic. I love the texture and all the chocolate you put into it. Chocolate, chocolate heaven. I also love that you have it on the plate with ice cream and strawberries…a whole plate of sweet things, hahahaha! Perfect plate! πŸ™‚

  8. Reblogged this on Greens for Good and commented:
    “Mom, THAT’S what I want for dinner,” is what my picky 10-yr-old, most-reluctant-to-embrace-veganism said to me looking at that photo. Mm…Mom concurs.

    Life has been too busy to post to GreensForGood lately (go to DirtNKids to see why), but the message still needs to be sent that eating a plant-based diet — 100% no animal products — is both possible AND delicious.

    Somer is one of a handful of favorite go-to bloggers I use for busy-family-style meals. Once we discovered that pizza was not only more delicious without cheese but could also be made at home in the oven (to the delight of my children!), we ditched the $5 take-out pizza and all its fat, calories, and pizza box trash. Using fresh ingredients — and now this new-and-exciting “moxerella” cheese dollops — is the way we roll in this household. Smiles all around.

    It’s nice to have pizza and ice cream and still be both compassionate and responsible through fun and tasty food choices. Go ahead…DOO it. Make the switch. If we can do it, you can too. And Somer, my kids think you’re the BOMB.

    Thanks, girl, for all you’ve done for us in these last few months. We heart you and your blog. — Shannon @ GreensForGood

  9. Oh my GOSH. This looks incredibly indulgent and healthy at the same time! I still can’t get my head around the chocolate-tofu combo but I promise to try this and keep an open mind. Thanks for sharing another gorgeous recipe πŸ™‚

    1. I promise once it’s refrigerated you can’t taste the tofu. No one would guess that this thing is dairy free or vegan πŸ˜‰

    1. I got my mojo back πŸ™‚ then I had to go and start a 30 day raw cleanse… No one wants to hear me blog about that πŸ˜‰ so I’ve got some other stuff up my sleeve…..

  10. This is indeed KILLER :D! I substituted kahlua for vanilla and stevia for the agave. Made it for my beloved but rather fancy schmancy Book Babes. It rocked them! Without the crust, as a sort of pudding, it could be rather lo-cal.

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