A rich and decadent chocolate tart with a raw nutty base and a simple 3-ingredient chocolate mousse filling – with no cashews or tofu in sight. Dark melted chocolate makes for a decadent and simple filling decorated with mini chocolate Easter Eggs and raspberries – an impressive and delicious vegan, gluten-free and easy dessert.
Happy Easter, everyone. I hope it is filled with as much chocolate as you could wish for. Whether that is chocolate for breakfast, lunch and dinner, or it’s making something rich and decadent for dessert – make it your own. And this Easter Egg Dark Chocolate Tart is perfect for Easter Day dessert for all the family and for enjoying all year round. It’s a real show-stopper recipe but is secretly very easy with only a few key ingredients.
The base of this raw tart is almonds, cacao powder, salt and melted coconut oil – if you don’t have these feel free to try out another nut and ordinary cocoa powder, too. Blitz it all together until sticky and press down into your tart cases, I made two slightly smaller ones, but it makes 1 standard 9-inch tart.
The filling is equally as easy and oh-so-addictive. Melted chocolate is blended with jammy dates and some plant-based milk. That’s it! I was pleasantly surprised by how smooth, creamy and delicious this texture is – with no cashews, tofu or coconut milk in sight. Allow the tart to set and then decorate to your heart’s content – more chocolate is the obvious choice. I used mini chocolate eggs, but ordinary chocolate will work just as well.
I pretty much enjoyed a whole tart to myself over a few days when I first made this as it is not too sweet or sickly and really satisfies my need for chocolate in the evenings. That said, feel free to share this Easter Egg Dark Chocolate Tart with friends and family.
It is naturally gluten-free, vegan-friendly, dairy-free and a delicious naturally sweetened chocolate dessert or snack. With a rich crumbly crust and a smooth, creamy and luxurious chocolate mousse filling, this tart is great with a cup of tea or enjoyed as dessert with some ice cream, too!
A rich and decadent chocolate tart with a raw nutty base and a simple 3-ingredient chocolate mousse filling – with no cashews or tofu in sight. An impressive and delicious vegan, gluten-free and easy dessert.
If you try these Easter Egg Dark Chocolate Tart, please let me know in the comments below and tag me in your creations. I’m @nourishing.amy on Instagram and use the hashtag #nourishingamy. I’m also on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest – please say hello!
With raw chocolate Easter egg tart love x