Title Image


A smooth, rich chocolate ganache filled a chocolate Oreo treat outside and afterward beat with heaps of new red raspberries makes for a misleadingly simple and wanton sweet right now Tart that is ideal for Valentine’s Day or any unique event!

With regards to chocolate, I quite lean toward it joined with either nuts or natural product. Like in these Chocolate Covered Strawberries that I shared a year ago, which are another extraordinary Valentine’s Day thought for your darling.

Raspberries and chocolate were made for one another. The splendid, sweet-tart flavor and delicious surface of the raspberries just barges in your mouth with every rich, smooth, profoundly chocolatey chomp of this tart that couldn’t be easier to make.

Step by step instructions to MAKE A RASPBERRY CHOCOLATE TART

First is an Oreo treat outside layer that is made by consolidating finely squashed Oreo treat morsels with a tad of softened spread and squeezing it into a tart dish.

There is no compelling reason to scratch out the cream filling in the Oreos before squashing them. It really enables the outside to tie together superior to utilizing plain chocolate wafer treats.

I find that utilizing a glass or smooth-bottomed estimating cup works best to press the covering into a tart container, ensuring the outside layer goes up the sides of the skillet. On the off chance that you don’t claim a tart container, you could completely simply utilize a pie dish.

After a fast heat in the stove, the outside layer can cool while you set up the chocolate ganache filling, which is truly simply cleaved chocolate and hot cream that are mixed together until the chocolate is liquefied and a smooth ganache has been made.

You could simply utilize chocolate chips if that is the thing that you have available, despite the fact that with a strongly chocolate dessert like this, I like to utilize the most excellent chocolate I can get and I like dim chocolate over milk chocolate for this raspberry chocolate tart


for the covering

2 cups Chocolate sandwich treats (squashed in a nourishment processor)

1/4 cup liquefied margarine

for the filling

1/2 cups dim chocolate chips

1 cup substantial cream

6 tablespoons margarine, in little pieces

For decorate

crisp raspberries

Cut almonds

Freeze dried raspberries


Pound your treats in a nourishment processor until you have a fine scrap. On the off chance that you don’t have a nourishment processor you can pulverize the treats in a pack with a moving pin.

Delicately oil tart container

Blend the treat pieces with the liquefied margarine until very much joined.

Partition the blend between the 6 tart dish and press the blend into each container. Make a point to take a portion of the pieces up the sides of the dish. Utilize a lubed spoon to truly press the blend into the dish. Let these protest the cooler for 20 minutes to solidify.

In a little pan (or the microwave), heat your cream until bubbling. When bubbling pour it over the chocolate chips. Spread the bowl with foil and let sit for 5 minutes.

Whisk the cream and chocolate chips together. Include the margarine and keep on blending until spread is totally liquefied.

Empty the ganache into the chilled tart dish and let the tarts chill in the ice chest for 2 hours until the ganache sets up.

Embellishment with whatever you like!