Lets ‘NOT’ Bake A Chocolate Tart

Welcome to another week in The Cauldron. Its time to talk no bakes !! I can see you rolling your eyes and raising your hands in horror. 😱

I was never a fan of the ‘no bake ‘ mainly because it means I don’t get to stoke the embers, but there’s a definitely need and this can actually be easily switched to a regular bake as well as an intolerance tart by just changing the chocolate element.

This is your chance to never be intimidated my those difficult ones, to wow with simplicity and be the ‘intolerance goddess’ they so rightly deserve

Its Easter, so I best get my chocolate on !!!!!

My base filling is Silken Tofu, maybe an unusual ingredient for some, but for me its a winner. As someone who can actually tolerate Dairy I needed to find something that my Dairy free, Coconut hating daughter would like and lets be honest the whole world does not taste of coconut πŸ˜‚πŸ˜œπŸ™Š

This can also be switched up to refine sugar free if you use , high % dark chocolate………… the possibilities are endless.

I’ve made this with Dark, White and Mulled Wine added its so versatile and can guarantee no one knows its Tofu……….unless you tell themπŸ™Š

This is the easiest thing you can make intolerance wise I assure you.

You do however need a food processor or blender.

There are plenty of pictures to help you through and at the end I will give you some previous ‘non bakes’

Oh I made a Chocolate Basket !! You don’t have too, but well it was playtime and I just wanted to………… 😜😜😜😜😜

Confession time, this should have been a white chocolate tart, but some Muppet ( that will be me, picked up the wrong variety and the supermarket as well…….. its in a cream packet), I’m sticking with that excuse even though I buy the stuff regularly πŸ™ˆ

Right lets get going. I know you want to really πŸ˜‚

Alright I did a basket and sprayed it πŸ™ˆ But well I needed the practice

No Bake Chocolate Tart with Chocolate Crust GF, DF, V


This recipe is made in a 9in tart tin with loose bottom, can be also done in a 14″ x 4 1/2 ” rectangular pan. Or halved to make a 6in tart

Ingredients

    For the Crust

  • 60g of Stoned Dates
  • 100g Ground Almonds
  • 50g Oats, either whole or porridge, just make sure they are GF Certified Please
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Cocoa Powder, ( I used black cocoa here )
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 25g Desiccated Coconut ( can be omitted and sub in either same weight Ground Almonds or Oats
  • 2 to 3 tbsp Oil of choice ( i used extra virgin olive oil here)
  • For the Filling
  • 300g Gluten Free Dairy Free Vegan Chocolate
  • 340g Pack of Silken Tofu
  • 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • For the basket
  • 300g Gluten Free Dairy Free Vegan Chocolate

Directions

  1. If the dates are not already soft, cover them with boiling water for 10 minutes
  2. Add The Dates (drained them if soaked ), Almonds, Oats, Cocoa Powder and Coconut to food processor and whizz until a medium consistency
  3. Add the coconut Oil and whizz again to combine
  4. Add a tablespoon at a time of oil until you achieve a mixture that will easily stick together when pressed. It can vary how much you need but heres what you need in pictures.
  5. Tip out into the pan and press firmly to make an even uniform crust
  6. Here’s a little video hope the link works and its cocoa under my nails not dirt πŸ˜‚ https://www.facebook.com/1459988461/posts/10217558548823139/. Put in the fridge whilst you make the filling
  7. Melt the chocolate over a pan of simmering water in a bowl, stir frequently and scrape down the sides to avoid scorching. Set aside
  8. In a clean Food Processor Bowl whizz the tofu until a creamy consistency
  9. Add the chocolate and the vanilla to the tofu and using the processor whizz until fully incorporated and smooth,. you may need to stop it and using a spatula run it round the edges at the bottom to loosen and tofu…….. watch your fingers on the blade please
  10. Pour the chocolate mixture onto the prepared base smooth and chill for 4 hours.
  11. Decorate as required
  12. If making the basket,on the outside of a bowl cover with tin foil .
  13. Microwave the chocolate until melted or over a double boiler until melted,
  14. Either with a piping bag, ziplock bag or spoon cover the bowl with chocolate. Not to thin as you don’t want it to be too fragile.
  15. Leave to set at room temperature for at least an hour
  16. Take the bowl out of the tin foil and peel back the foil, carefully.

These are my products of choice for this ‘non bake’. Clearsprings Organic Silken tofu, as you can see its slightly thicker than Greek Set Yogurt . And Raw Halo Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Vegan Milk Chocolate, but any Chocolate variety can be used, whether, Dark, Milk or white, Dependent on what you require and the Intolerance you are covering. Side note, this is not a sponsored post πŸ˜‚πŸ™ŠπŸ˜‚ i just like the product.

Silky smooth
Erm not quite the white Chocolate I planned, but hey that’s no great loss πŸ™ˆ

Well you’ve had plenty of the boring pictures so best treat you to some better ones.

So Dark, So Soft
Healthy dose of your 5 a day 😜😜
? Not Crumbporn, Tartporn 😱
Ultimate Tartporn

So there you go, but here’s some more inspiration, it really has no bounds, make it simple it bling it up, it really is versatile

Dark Chocolate Refined Sugar Free Version
White Chocolate Version, you guessed Valentines πŸ˜πŸ’•
Chocolate and Mulled Wine, Christmas of Course

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Until Next week

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Author: clarescauldron

UK first time blogger. Intolerance baking is my passion. Hobbiest but a tad obsessedπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

10 thoughts on “Lets ‘NOT’ Bake A Chocolate Tart”

  1. Such an inspired post! Visually stunning, a lush no-bake, and still covers intolerances. Thank you for sharing your step-by-step process and photos… very helpful!

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  2. Wow! That tart looks so delicious and the pictures are absolutely stunning! That bowl and fruit! 🀀🀀😍😍 I have never used tofu in baking but I think I have to try this because it looks divine! πŸ₯°πŸ˜‰

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    1. Melissa lower in saturated fat and even healthier if you choose the higher % cocoa solids chocolate, which you could sweeten with 2 tbsp of maple if need be. Its a very forgiving mixture πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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  3. Clare, what a gorgeous tart, and the texture in the tart porn looks amazing!! That chocolate bowl puts it over the top. Congratulations on your non bakeπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

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