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Chocolate Tart

I have always loved chocolate mousse so it is hardly surprising that this tart is one of my favorites. It is incredibly easy and quick to make and purely uses healthy ingredients. The crumbly but soft crust is filled with a heaven-like, smooth chocolate tofu filling. That's right!... Tofu! The tofu makes this filling so creamy and tender. Now, don't be alarmed when you hear tofu, because surprisingly, you don't taste it at all! So, truly this tart is for non-chocolate lovers and chocolate lovers so try it out!

Chocolate Tart Ingredients

  • Chocolate - Depending on the cocoa content selected in the chocolate, the filling will taste lighter or darker.

  • Tofu - Silken tofu is simply a must, as firm tofu just wouldn't work!

  • Dates - First of all, dates are super tasty, healthy and sticky, so dates are the perfect binding agent and natural sweetener at the same time.

  • Oats - Use old-fashioned rolled oats.

  • Almonds - If you want to swap the nuts, do so, but remember the result will be different.

Chocolate Tart Tips

  • Base - Because the tart crust is filled with healthy, super delicious and nutritious ingredients, it can also be formed into balls and tadaa, you have a whole different recipe, which is Energy Balls!

  • Blending - We recommend using a high speed blender for both the base and the filling as you want both to be nice and smooth.

  • Time - It sounds a bit crazy when you look at how long this tart actually takes, but honestly that's only because the tart has to sit in the fridge for at least 1 hour.

  • Toppings - Be creative! So far we have experimented with many different toppings like berries, shredded coconut, cacao nibs, chocolate sauce etc. ;).


Easy - ca. 8 slices - 1 hour 15 minutes  


  • 1 cup Almonds

  • 2 cups Oats

  • 1 cup Dates

  • 2 tbsp Water


  • 150 g Dark Chocolate

  • 300 g Silken/Soft Tofu


  1. Soak the dates for 10 minutes in hot water.

  2. In a high-speed blender, blend all the ingredients for the base until well combined.

  3. Pour the base into the baking pan and evenly press down and up to the side about an inch.

  4. Now heat the tofu and chocolate in a medium-sized pan until the chocolate has melted.

  5. Pour the tofu and the chocolate into a high-speed blender and blend until smooth.

  6. Then pour the filling over the base and smooth it out with a spatula or the back of a spoon.

  7. Place the tart into the fridge and let it rest for 2 hours.

  8. Take the cake out of the fridge, sprinkle on some extra toppings and enjoy!!!


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