There is nothing quite like making a decadent dessert. There is one dessert that is guaranteed to impress the people around you. That dessert is the tart and here are the chocolate tart recipes to try.
There are so many variations when it comes to making a tart. You could have a strawberry tart, a lemon tart, or our personal favorite, the chocolate tart.
If you are someone who craves decadent desserts, then the chocolate tart is the perfect dessert for you to make. Chocolate tarts are intensely rich and smooth. They are a great dessert to make for a dinner party or to treat loved ones.
We have put together a list of 15 delicious chocolate tart recipes for you to bake at home. We have also answered some of your chocolate tart-related questions so you can confidently bake a chocolate tart.
If you are looking for a dessert that looks almost too good to eat, then this is the chocolate tart for you. This chocolate tart only has 8 ingredients in it! The result of baking this tantalizing chocolate tart is having a smooth and silky chocolate tart to eat.
A pro tip for baking this chocolate tart is if you are worried about the filling not setting, cover the tart with foil so your crust doesn’t burn and bake some more.
There is nothing quite like having chocolate, hazelnut, and salted caramel all mixed together. This chocolate tart just gets it right. This chocolate tart recipe takes chocolate tarts to a whole new level.
This recipe makes a chocolate tart that has a buttery crust, a layer of salted caramel with chopped nuts on top of it, then it is topped with a chocolate fudge filling.
You might be a bit skeptical about this chocolate tart recipe at first. Especially when you see the words salted and chocolate in the same sentence.
However, you shouldn’t let that put you off from making this chocolate tart. This chocolate tart is simple but sophisticated. Salt enhances that chocolate flavor making this a perfectly rich chocolate tart.
A lot of you might agree that if there is ever a way to get out of baking then you’ll take it. Sometimes there isn’t enough time to be watching something in the oven.
If you feel that way but still want a sweet treat then this is the chocolate tart recipe for you. This chocolate tart recipe has an oreo pastry case with a decadent chocolate ganache filling. All you have to do is let it chill in the refrigerator overnight.
We love glazes. They make our baked goods look so shiny and amazing. This isn’t an exception for this chocolate tart recipe. This chocolate tart has a chocolatey crumbly crust, a truffle-like filling, and then is topped with a patent shiny glaze.
This is definitely the recipe to make if you want to impress your family and friends.
This wouldn’t be a chocolate tart recipe list without having a double chocolate option. This double chocolate tart is perfect for all of you chocolate lovers out there.
This chocolate tart has a chocolate pastry shell and an intensely rich chocolate ganache filling. You can’t get more chocolatey than this recipe.
Chocolate is chocolate and this list didn’t specify what kind of chocolate tarts you should make. We had to include a white chocolate option for all of the white chocolate fans.
White chocolate on its own is cream and that is exactly what this white chocolate tart is like. The tart is stuffed with raspberries, adding a tartness to this chocolate tart.
Milk chocolate is such a divine sweet treat that it had to be an option in this list. Sometimes dark chocolate can be a bit too rich so if you ever feel this way then this is the recipe for you.
Regardless of using milk chocolate, this milk chocolate tart is still delicious and has just the right amount of chocolate to satisfy that craving.
If you want to impress your family and friends at a dinner party, then you need to bring this sophisticated chocolate tart. The mixture of flavors in this chocolate tart completely elevates this chocolate tart.
The filling of this chocolate tart is almost mousse-like. Then there is the crunch of the hazelnuts which contrasts with the filling.
This recipe has a flaky, buttery shell that is filled with a creamy, decadent chocolate ganache. The recipe is simple to follow.
We couldn’t have a list that included all the best chocolate tart recipes and not include options for those with special dietary restrictions.
So for those of you who are vegan, this is the chocolate tart recipe for you. This vegan chocolate tart recipe also only has six ingredients so it is very easy to make.
If you are someone who cannot ingest any gluten but still want to enjoy the delicious chocolate tart, then this is the perfect chocolate tart recipe for you.
The main ingredient that makes this chocolate tart recipe gluten-free is to use gluten-free biscuits for the crust.
For those of you who don’t consume any dairy products, finding a sweet dessert can seem a little difficult. Well not anymore! This chocolate tart recipe is dairy-free.
That doesn’t mean it isn’t creamy and decadent like the rest of the recipes on this list. The great thing about this recipe is that it is also gluten-free!
Healthy and chocolate at times seem like polar opposites. Well, this chocolate tart recipe is considered healthy as you can eat it if you are following a keto, gluten-free, or vegan diet. The secret ingredient is that the filling is made from avocado.
The last entry on this list is a sugar-free chocolate tart. To make this chocolate tart sugar-free, the sugar was swapped out for sweetener. The chocolate ganache is rich and intense.
This is the perfect chocolate tart for those who enjoy an indulgent chocolate flavor.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I Keep My Chocolate Tart In The Refrigerator?
Yes, with chocolate tarts it is best to keep them in the refrigerator. This is due to the filling needing to be cold. However, some recipes for chocolate tarts are able to be kept at room temperature.
If you keep your chocolate tart at room temperature it will only keep for a few days.
As a general rule, we think it is better to keep your chocolate tart in the refrigerator, especially if it has a custard filling. Keeping your chocolate tart in the refrigerator will keep it cold and set.
How Long Does A Chocolate Tart Last?
How long a chocolate tart stays in good condition is dependent on how you store it. If you keep it in an airtight container on the counter, it will last for around three days. This could be less if your tart has a custard filling, as it will spoil quicker.
If you keep your chocolate tart in the refrigerator, it should last for around 4-5 days. This is especially so if you put it in an airtight container.
What you will notice about keeping a chocolate tart is that after a few days the base can become less firm and will soften. This is a good indicator of how long your chocolate tart will last.
The soft base doesn’t mean that the chocolate tart has gone bad, just that it is starting to decline in condition.
Can I Freeze Chocolate Tarts?
You can freeze chocolate tart! It is better to freeze a cooked chocolate tart so you can just defrost it to enjoy. If you are deciding to freeze your chocolate tart then you should wrap it up in plastic wrap to avoid freezer burn.
One thing to keep in mind when freezing a chocolate tart with ganache is that when defrosting the chocolate tart, there is a possibility that the ingredients might separate.
We are now at the end of our list looking at 15 delicious chocolate tart recipes. We are definitely hungry enough to make these scrumptious chocolate tarts, and maybe you are too.
Hopefully, we have been able to help you find the most amazing recipe that satisfies your chocolate tart cravings.
The great thing about making a chocolate tart is you can be creative and experiment with the flavors. Although baking a chocolate tart can seem a bit daunting, these recipes are easy to follow. Anyways practice makes perfect!
All that is left for us to say, is enjoy baking a delectable chocolate tart.
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