Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Oreo Chocolate Tart!

Hello my lovelies!

So last week I stumbled across an amazing baking blog called What Jessica Baked Next. So I had a mooch through her recipes and found a no bake Oreo chocolate tart. No bake is pretty much what the title says, no oven required! I had a chat with Jessica and found out that she came up with this recipe herself, and may I just say it is heavenly. If any of you are big chocolate fans then you will adore this!  It is super easy to make and would be perfect as a treat for family, friends or any visitors you may have coming round. So below is her recipe, if any of you decide to make this then tag me in it and also tag Jessica on instagram or twitter!

250g oreos
90g unsalted butter
100g dark chocolate
100g milk chocolate
2 tbsp icing sugar
200ml double cream

For decoration (optional)
Whipped cream
Mini oreos

Step 1: Put all of your Oreos into a blender and blend them until they are a breadcrumb like texture.

Step 2: Melt your butter and add it to your blended Oreo mix. Mix this all together until it sticks.

Step  3: Get a 23cm loose-bottomed tart tin and place your Oreo mixture in. Flatten it as best as you can and add the mixture to the sides too.

Step 4: Break both your milk and dark chocolate into small chunks and place them into a heatproof bowl.
Step 5: Melt your chocolate in whichever way you wish to.  I chose the ban marie method. This is when you fill a saucepan with hot water and place the bowl on top. Put the saucepan on a low heat and stir your chocolate. It will start to melt, but you must keep an eye on it so it doesn't burn!

Step 6: Once your chocolate has melted leave it to cool.

Step 7: Pour your cream into another bowl and mix it until it starts to form soft peaks.

 Step 8: Next add the icing sugar to your mixed cream bowl.

Step 9: Once your chocolate has cooled pour it into your cream mixture. Mix this all together until all the ingredients are well combined.

Step 10: Pour your mixture into your Oreo crust. Use a palette knife to smooth out the mixture and to push it to the sides. Once you are happy with how it looks put it into the fridge for a minimum of 6 hours. If you wish you can leave it over night.

Once the 6 hours are up you can remove your tart from the fridge and from the tin. After this you can decorate it however you like! I went for whipped cream and mini Oreos. This pudding tastes amazing. If heaven was a type of pudding it would be this!

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