Black Forest Tart

Black forest Tart
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Ours is a household, where anything chocolate is devoured down pretty quickly! Both my siblings, me and mommy, all of us love the dark richness of Chocolate. Daddy is not crazy for desserts. He loves all Indian sweets, but he isn’t a fan of the cakes with frostings that make an appearance on the blog :D.

Eggless Black Forest Tart

Eggless Black Forest Tart

This Black Forest Tart was made at just an hour’s notice. So you can imagine how quick and easy this is! My brother was craving something chocolate and whipped cream. As I was checking my pantry staples to bake something for him, I came across a box of candied cherries which I had picked at my last supermarket visit. The cherries, chocolate and whipped cream could make a delightful Black Forest dessert.
As I had made an Eggless Blackforest Cake earlier, I decided on this Easy Peasy No Bake Black Forest Tart.

Eggless Black Forest Tart

Eggless Black Forest Tart

A simple buttery chocolate cookie crust is topped with a rich dark chocolate ganache. Candied cherries are then sprinkled generously over it, followed by whipped cream cheese frosting! TADA! Ready to be enjoyed! It’s eggless,there is no baking involved and it’s delicious. Need I say more?!
The Black Forest Tart is an innovative spin on the regular Black Forest dessert. It’s prettier, classier and as delicious as a slice of the Black Forest Cake.

Eggless Black Forest Tart

Black Forest Tart

Black Forest Tart

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Black Forest Tart

Ingredients

    For the Crust
  • 2 ½ cups chocolate cookie crumbs
  • ½ cup unsalted softened butter
  • For the Filling
  • 250 grams chopped Dark chocolate
  • 200 grams Cream
  • 200 grams candied cherry
  • 2 tablespoons Rum or Brandy or Kirsch
  • For Topping
  • ¾ cup Heavy Cream
  • ¾ cup Icing sugar
  • 75 grams Cream cheese
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • Chocolate curls for garnish

Instructions

  1. Lightly grease the sides and bottom of an 8 inch tart pan(with a removable bottom).
  2. In a bowl of a food processor, mix the cookie crumbs and butter until well combined.
  3. Press the crust mixture into bottom and sides of prepared tart pan. Using the bottom of a glass, firmly press the mixture into the pan. Freeze for a couple of minutes until firm.
  4. To prepare the filling, pour hot cream over finely chopped dark chocolate to make a ganache.Pour the cooled ganache over the firm tart crust. Refrigerate for a couple of minutes. Top generously with chopped candied cherries, that have been soaked in rum. Refrigerate.
  5. In a metal mixing bowl, whip the heavy cream with the icing sugar until soft peaks form. Fold in the softened cream cheese and vanilla essence. Whip until the frosting holds it shape. Top or pipe the frosting all over the cherry layer. Add chocolate curls for garnish.
  6. Refrigerate until serving.

Notes

Total time doesn’t include the time for refrigeration. You could use tinned cherries as well. Drain the syrup before using.

http://theloveofcakes.com/black-forest-tart/

 

Eggless Black Forest Tart

Eggless Black Forest Tart

I know everyone has started baking for fall. I am on it too :D. After this last brush with summer, with this Black Forest Tart.
I love this time of the year, festivals, holidays, hot chocolates, baked goodies and the crisp air! Everything is beautiful! More about this in my next post ;). But until then, I am enjoying a huge slice of this Black Forest Tart with my favorite coffee!

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38 Comments

  1. What a fun twist on a classic, Deepika! I could totally go for a slice of this one, and I love how it’s ready in just an hour. Plus, candied cherries sound amazing! This whole tart looks and sounds delicious!

    1. I know Alia!! That fluffy cream cheese frosting goes so well with the chocolate and cherries!! Thank you my friend 💗

  2. I love chocolate too, but in my case caramel/dulce de leche is a thing which disappeares in no time. I think that’s good your dad isn’t a huge fan of desserts. Clearly, it means more deliciousness for the other folks, right?:) Love this Chocolate&Cherry creation, Deepika!

    1. You are right Ben😀 More dessert for us is always Yay!! I am a huge fan if caramel too.. In fact chocolate and caramel is one of the best combos for desserts!! I am glad you like the tart!!

  3. Yum Yum Yum Yum! I love Black Forest Anything – chocolate and cherries are a match made in Heaven! And, anything with Cream Cheese has my name all over it! This is a lovely cake! Thanks for the recipe!

    1. Thank you Laura😍😍 I am a black forest lover too!! It’s the first dessert I ate, so special affection for all things Blackforest!

  4. This looks so delicious and perfect to enjoy with a cup of coffee 😍..such a lovely looking tart and a quick make recipe!! Love this recipe..

    1. True Kelly!! Fall baking has it’s own charm!! But a little chocolate never harms! Thank you my friend 💗

  5. This looks so deeeeelicious!!! It is so amazing at how quickly it is prepared…perfect for unexpected guests!Absolutely love it. Saving this one for my unexpected guests and my ongoing chocolate cravings/addiction😉

    1. Thank you Kathy😍 I too love cherries and chocolate together! And this is such an easy dessert to make.

    1. Hehe! I keep seeing amazing recipes on your blog.. So I know, that’s not the case😬 It’s such an easy recipe, that it’s difficult to mess with it!

  6. Super impressed Deepika! Love the flavour combos (Black Forest is certainly a winner with cherries, choc & cream) and I adore how blinking easy it is! Perfect!
    Angela x
    PS, I’d love to see one or two of your Indian heritage desserts Deepika.

    1. Thank you so much Angie :* :*! You are so sweet :). I would definitely come up with something more Indian in the coming posts!Much love!

  7. I know what you mean about this tart being the last brush with summer. I’ve been doing some fall baking, but it just doesn’t feel right with the temperatures still being in the 90s outside! Oh, well.

    1. Haha!! I am totally with you on this Katherine!! I really want it to start feeling like fall now.. So that I can bake all those fall desserts 🙂

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