No-Bake Chocolate Oreo Tart

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No-Bake Chocolate Oreo Tart

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33 pieces Oreo Cookies
150 gr Butter
150 gr Milk Chocolate
200 gr Dark Chocolate
100 gr Cranberries
1 tbsp Vanilla Essence
200 ml Heavy Cream

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  • 30 min
  • Serves 10
  • Easy


I just adore chocolate. I am addicted to it. And I also love baking, but sometimes I just don’t have the time to do it. But this won’t keep me away from my favourite dessert. So for this Sunday I looking for some no-bake chocolate tarts and I stumbled upon one of my favourites cooking blogs: Home Cooking Adventures. Really, I think 1/3 of my “want to cook” list is made out of recipes from that place. They have really simple stuff that you can make in 20-30 minutes and you know for sure that you will love it. And this time was just the same.

I saw this beautiful photo of a No-Bake Strawberry Chocolate Tart and I was very determined that I am going to make that for Sunday, but unfortunately the only strawberries that I could find were frozen and looked very, very bad. So I took the base of this recipe and embelished it with cranberries and vanilla essence. It’s more than simple to make, it requires no baking, it’s delicious and it’s every chocolate lover’s dream.

So, thank you for existing Home Cooking Adventures! You make my cooking adventures very safe and nice!

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Pour the vanilla essence in a glass and mix with 2 tbsp of hot water. Put the cranberries in the glass and let them suck some vanilla.


Crush the Oreo cookies in your blender or in a bag, without discarding the cream. Mel the butter in a sauce pan and pour the cooled butter on top of the cookies. Mix until you obtain a grainy paste, easy to spread.


Take your pretty tray, a 9 inch one, and spread your Oreo crust using a spoon to level everything to perfection. Put it in the freezer until you prepare the chocolate mixture.


Heat the heavy cream and crush the chocolate into small pieces. Pour the hot cream over the chocolate and mix until everything is melted. Put the mixture in the crust and cover the edges with a bit of melted chocolate, for a beautiful aspect.


Drain the cranberries and sprinkle them over the chocolate tart. Let it rest in the refrigerator at least 4 hours. The chocolate will be a bit soft, but easy enough to cut with a wet knife. Don't forget to take pictures before you serve, because it will disappear in a second!


I am Adriana and I love food, as you can probably see from what I cook. I like to bake and I like to experiment with new tastes, and my 2016 resolution is to try to cook healthy and special meals every day.

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