No-Bake Chocolate Tart.



  • Oreo 36 cookies
  • chopped chocolate 4 spoons
  • 1/2 cup melted butter
  • 1/4 tsp salt


  • 100g Dark chocolate
  • 3 tsp cornflour
  • 4 tbsp whole milk
  • 1 pack cream tetra pack
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 3 tbsp castor sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 1/4 tsp salt


  1. For the base, snap the biscuits into pieces and drop them into the bowl of a food processor. Do likewise with the chocolate, then blitz them together until you have crumbs. Add the butter and salt, and blitz again until the mixture starts to clump together. If you’re doing this by hand, bash the biscuits in a freezer bag until they form crumbs, finely chop the chocolate and melt the butter, then mix everything, along with the salt, in a large bowl with a wooden spoon or your hands encased in disposable vinyl gloves.
  2. Press into your tart tin and pat down on the bottom and up the sides of the tin with your hands or the back of a spoon, so that the base and sides are evenly lined and smooth. Put into the fridge to harden.
  3. For the filling, finely chop the chocolate. Put the cornflour into a cup and whisk in the milk until smooth.
  4. Pour the cream into a heavy-based saucepan into which all the ingredients can fit and be stirred without splashing out of the pan, then add the finely chopped rubble of chocolate, the sieved cocoa (or just sieve it straight in), sugar, vanilla paste or extract, olive oil and salt. Place over a medium to low heat and whisk gently use a very small whisk for this, as the cream heats and the chocolate starts melting.
  5. Off the heat, whisk in the cornflour and milk mixture until it, too, is smoothly incorporated, and put the pan back on a low heat. With a wooden spoon, keep stirring until the mixture thickens, which it will do around the 10-minute mark, but be prepared for it to take a few minutes more or less. Take the pan off the heat every so often, still stirring, so that everything melds together, without the cream coming to a boil. When ready, it should be thick enough to coat the back of a wooden spoon, and if you run your finger through it (across the back of the spoon) the line should stay.
  6. let it cool on room temperature.
  7. Pour and scrape the mixture into the biscuit-lined flan tin and put back in the fridge overnight. Don’t leave it longer than 24 hours, as the base will start to soften.
  8. Take out of the fridge for 10 minutes before serving, but unmould straight away. Sit the flan tin on top of a large tin or jar and let the ring part fall away, then transfer the dramatically revealed tart to a plate or board. Leave the tin base on.
  9. Slice modestly – Leftovers will keep in the fridge for 4–5 days, but the base will soften and the sides crumble a bit.

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