No Bake Chocolate Tart


Bottom layer

½ cup hazelnuts

½ cup almonds

1 tsp vanilla essence

1 tbsp almond butter

Pinch salt

5 large dates

(medjool dates are best but can be expensive, you can use regular dates, just soak in boiling water for about 10 minutes before use)

Middle layer

350g dates

¼ tsp salt

95g almond butter

1 tsp vanilla essence

40g hazelnuts

20ml water

Top layer

100g dark chocolate

1 can coconut milk



  1. Blitz all the base layer ingredients in a food processor
  2. Continue until the texture is like crumbs or slightly bigger
  3. Oil the tin and pour the mixture into the tin
  4. Push firmly into place


  1. Blitz all of the middle layer ingredients until it forms a caramel texture
  2. Pour on top of the crumbled layer evenly using the back of a metal spoon


  1. Open the can of coconut milk, drain off the water and place the cream into a saucepan
  2. Melt down and add the chocolate
  3. When completely melted pour onto the caramel layer



This tart is the easiest in the world. You cannot go wrong as no baking is involved. All you are doing is combining the ingredients for each layer separately and layering them into the tin. This dessert got the thumbs up from everyone. It may be a healthy but tastes as good, if not better than any regular chocolate dessert I have ever had. You will not regret making this. If you have any left, cut into slices and pop them secretly into the freezer as a cheeky treat for yourself during the week!


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The Wholesome Nut x



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