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This was really good! It was my first time making a sauce using tofu, and I was surprised how well it worked! Instead of sugar, I used agave nectar- also added a bit of vanilla to the sauce as well. Had the kids helping with the fruit prep, and it was ready in no time! 5 stars for sure!!!

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Rayraytron5000 August 01, 2012

Very good. Made for christmas breakfast for my vegan sister, and the non-vegans gobbled it up too! Thanks!

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~Bekah~ December 27, 2009

I made this for New Year's Day--my husband and son loved it. We have been eating a vegan diet for nine months now----and this made a beautiful, healthy dessert. The tofu dressing was very tasty. The only thing I might try next time is eliminate the coconut---not really needed. Thanks for sharing, Tish.

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997962 January 13, 2009

Excellent taste, my relatives all liked it, at least the ones who tried it... Just be careful not to tell people it has tofu - some people won't try anything with tofu (as I discovered). My only other issue with this is that the prep time is a lot with all that chopping and slicing. Oh, and I couldn't get fresh strawberries at this time of year so I used raspberries instead (slicing them to make sure the red would color the ambrosia). It seemed to work well.

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Chirael November 22, 2007

I made this recipe for Christmas Brunch for my daughter (who is a Vegan). Well, it was totally devoured by all of our non-vegan guests. When I told them it was TOFU were they ever surprised. It was easy to prepare, looked beautifully appetizing and was simply delicious! This will be a regular offering on my brunch buffet!

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terry_sperber January 03, 2006
Vegan Ambrosia