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Oreo Chocolate No-Bake Tart

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Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 20 minutes

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Serves 6

A super easy, quick recipe for a chocolate tart with no-baking required! Brilliant for new bakers!

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  • 12 smashed Oreos
  • 10oz of butter
  • 10oz heavy/whole cream
  • 15oz of chocolate, chopped


  1. Place 12 oreos in a small sandwich/plastic bag, and remove the air. Crush the oreos into small pieces, with rolling pin.

  2. Heat up the butter until thoroughly melted.

  3. Place the oreo crumbs into a tart tin of your choice [I prefer a circular 15cm tin], the bigger the better. Pour the molten butter on top and smooth over. Place in the fridge until step 7.

  4. Next, chop the chocolate [milk works best for me!] into small pieces.

  5. Bring the cream just to the boil.

  6. Add the chocolate to the hot cream and stir until the two become a thick, brown, whole mixture.

  7. Pour the warm cream-and-chocolate mix onto the oreo base. Place in the fridge for 20-25 minutes. [Time frame depends on the tin one uses. If you use a smaller tin, it may take longer.]

  8. I like to put fresh strawberries on mine, but raspberries, cream or something else may also taste fab!

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20th Oct, 2017
The recipe was no help; we have followed the recipe and used 10 onzes of butter but this lead to it not looking right, we had to add more oreos AND drain a load of wasted butter.
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