No Bake Strawberry Chocolate Tart Recipe

If you are not a fan of baking, or if you don’t have an oven, this tart recipe is for you! This recipe is perfect for those chocolate cravings. Few ingredients and takes only a few minutes to prepare, your entire family will thank you for this decadent dessert. You can top off this chocolate tart with anything you have in your pantry so get creative!

This recipe takes about 8 to 10 minutes to make. Serves 10 to 12.


• 32 pieces of Oreo cookies
• Half a cup of melted butter
• 200 grams of milk chocolate
• 100 grams of bittersweet chocolate
• 200 ml of heavy cream
• 300 grams of fresh strawberries
• Chopped nuts


In a food processor, blend the Oreo cookies until they become cookie crumble.
Pour the melted butter and blend again for a few seconds until the mixture is evenly moistened.
On a rectangular tart pan, add the crushed cookies. Use a spoon to press down and on the side of the tart pan.
Place the tart pan in the freezer for a few minutes.
To make the filling, place your chocolate in a bowl.
Heat the heavy cream in a saucepan over medium-low heat. No need to boil or simmer the cream.
Pour the heavy cream over the chocolate. Let it sit for a minute before stirring.
Stir the heavy cream to melt the chocolate using a spatula.
Remove your tart pan from the fridge.
Pour the melted chocolate on the cookie crumble crust.
Add fresh strawberries on top.
Place the tart in the fridge for 2 hours to overnight.
Before serving, sprinkle some chopped nuts on top.

Ideas And Tips:

• This recipe uses a 5×14 inch rectangular tart pan. You can use any pan you have available such as pie pans. However, you may need to adjust a number of ingredients to make sure that you evenly coat your pan with crushed cookies.

• Oreo cookies are perfect for the chocolate filling, but any type of cookie can be used in this recipe. Another alternative is graham crackers or butter cookies.

No Bake Strawberry Chocolate Tart Recipe
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