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Oreo Chocolate TartIt’s Easter Sunday and I’ve got chocolate on the brain. Surprise surprise! In keeping with my recent ‘it has to be quick & easy’ theme, this glorious No Bake Chocolate Oreo Tart is top of my list! Made in just 10 minutes I guarantee you it’s the perfect make ahead dinner party dessert.

Here is what you will need to serve 8-10.

(Recipe adapted from LRF)

 

For the Base

  • 300g Oreos
  • 100g Unsalted Butter

 

For the Filling

  • 200g Dark Chocolate
  • 55g Unsalted Butter
  • 190ml Double Cream

 

For the Decoration

  • 4 Oreos (taken from the 300g already listed)
  • Chocolate Chips

 

Essential Equipment

  • 4 x 14″ (10 x 35cm) Fluted Loose Bottomed Rectangular Tart Tin
  • Food Processor

 

Chocolate Oreo Tart Recipe

Reserving 4 biscuits for decoration, tip the rest of the Oreos into a food processor and pulse until fine crumbs are formed.

Then gently melt the butter in a small saucepan then pour over the the Oreos in the processor. Pulse a few times until it starts to clump together.

Chocolate Oreo Tart

Next, tip the mixture into the tart tin & press firmly into the base and sides with a metal spoon.

Place into the freezer to firm up whilst we get on with the filling.

Chocolate Oreo Tart

The Filling

Next up, finely chop the dark chocolate & cube the butter. Place it all into a large glass bowl and set to one side.

Chocolate Oreo Tart

Then pour the cream into a small saucepan and gently bring to the boil. (Don’t continue to let it boil – turn the heat off as soon as it starts to boil.)

Pour over the chocolate and leave to stand for 5 minutes.

Chocolate Oreo Tart

Next, give the mixture a good stir with a wooden spoon. It should become a bowl of silky smooth chocolate heaven!

Chocolate Oreo Tart

Pour the mixture straight over the prepared base and smooth out with either a spoon or spatula.

Chocolate Oreo Tart

Finally, cut the reserved Oreos in half and press in along the top. Scatter over some chocolate chips to finish and place into the fridge to set for at least an hour before serving. (The ganache filling should become firm enough to slice.)

Chocolate Oreo Tart

If it’s actually possible – there are almost too many perks to this recipe! Most of all, this Chocolate Oreo Tart is a seriously easy, no bake pudding that takes only 10 minutes to prepare. With it’s super rich and chocolatey filling, it’s not short of indulgence either! And naturally, it’s made even more awesome by containing Oreos.

I would love to try this out with white chocolate instead of dark for a ‘cookies and cream’ style dessert. I imagine it would also be just as good with milk chocolate, if quite a bit sweeter and less rich.

Anyway, I hope your bellies are full to the brim with chocolate and I will catch you all next time!

Enjoy the rest of your long, Bank Holiday weekend.

Miss KitchenMason

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Nanigopal sahoo

Wednesday 21st of December 2016

nice sweet dish

Miss KitchenMason

Wednesday 21st of December 2016

Thank you :)

Emma Vine

Sunday 11th of December 2016

Can the made pudding be frozen?

Miss KitchenMason

Monday 12th of December 2016

Hi! I've never done it myself but after a quick google, I see no reason why it wouldn't work. Just be sure to protect it with an airtight tub and/or good quality clingfilm x

Anju

Saturday 26th of December 2015

Is double cream fresh cream or something else?if so can I use fresh cream instead?

Miss KitchenMason

Saturday 26th of December 2015

I'm not sure I know what you mean by Fresh cream Anju? It's a thick cream that can be whipped. Have you tried googling the substitute from where you live?

Anju

Thursday 24th of December 2015

I did nt get a tart tin after searching so hard so...is it ok if I replace it with something else?

Miss KitchenMason

Thursday 24th of December 2015

Yes of course! It will work just as well. The only thing is, dependent on the size of tin you choose, the filling/crust quantities may be a little less/more. But it will still work just fine.

Janvi

Friday 30th of October 2015

I tried this and it awesome! I didn't know there's a easier way of making chocolate gnash.. So Thanks :-)

Miss KitchenMason

Friday 30th of October 2015

Fantastic! So glad it turned out well, thanks for your comment :)

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