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Published on 25 August 2017
– Learn how to make Eggless Chocolate Tarts. This eggless chocolate tart recipe is with whole wheat and we have added honey.

A tart is a baked dish consisting of a filling over a short crust pastry base with an open top not covered with pastry. The smaller size of tart is referred as Tartlet. It originated in France but has spread to other countries over the years.

Chocolate tart or chocolate cream pie is a dessert consisting of dark chocolate, cream and eggs. A smooth consistency of all three ingredients is poured into a crisp, unsweetened pastry shell and baked until firm.

Chocolate tart makes an exotic dessert and are loved by people of all ages. In our mini chocolate tart recipe we have made the crust using unsweetened Choco powder of Hershey. The baked chocolate tart was filled with a filling made from Lindt 85% dark chocolate.

This quick and easy chocolate tart recipe gets ready in less than an hour. The filling is completely sugar free. For the sweetness we have used honey in these eggless chocolate tarts recipes.

I made this dark chocolate tart especially on the demand of my ladoo. He loved it and the entire effort was worth at the end.

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