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A nutritious, vegan, gluten free chocolate frosting that is made with an ingredient you’ll never guess. It’s creamy, sweetened naturally, and makes the perfect cake icing! I’m partnering with U.S Soy in order to give a huge shout out to ALL the U.S. farmers who are helping keep food on the table for families. Can you guess the secret ingredient now? #supportusfarmers
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Yummy Vegan Chocolate Frosting
If you have been following me for any length of time, you’ll know that I have been dairy free for a while. I got diagnosed with Crohns in 2014 and have had to make some serious life changes since that point. One of them was cutting out dairy and I was worried that my diet would just never be the same again. Would I be able to eat my favorite foods ever again?
After years of searching for the best dairy free frosting recipes at bakeries and online, I have finally created my own and I’m obsessed with it. I teamed up with supportusfarmers.com to shop local and support US Farmers to create the creamiest dairy free, vegan chocolate frosting recipe ever.
Trust me on this one, this frosting is perfect. The ingredients are minimal, there is no added sugar, and it’s super simple to make. All you need is a blender and you’re set! Hope you love this recipe as much as I do!
Ingredients needed for chocolate frosting
- Firm Tofu
- Almond Milk
- Maple Syrup
- Chocolate Chips
- Coconut Oil
- Coconut Oil
How to make vegan chocolate frosting:
Start by melting your chocolate chips! You can use whatever method you prefer, I just melted them in a big microwave safe bowl in the microwave. Once melted, add in your coconut oil, mix well, and let cool.
In a food processor, combine your drained firm tofu, almond milk, maple syrup, and vanilla and blend until smooth.
Add in the melted chocolate and blend on high until a thick, smooth, and creamy frosting is formed! Let the frosting thicken and chill in the fridge and enjoy!
This frosting is perfect for cakes, cupcakes, and even just to eat with berries.