Strawberry Chocolate Tart

Strawberry Chocolate Tart

It was an abundance of strawberries in the garden that inspired this strawberry chocolate tart. Deliciously creamy and full of summer flavour.

I really wanted to combine the strawberries with chocolate and decided to take a look in the larder to see what I could find. After a quick look, I found the chocolate and then I saw a can of coconut milk and as I didn’t have any cream I decided that it would be a great alternative for making a rich chocolate ganache.

For the base, I was conflicted about whether to bake a nice sable biscuit or almond crumb. In the end, I decided to go with a nut base, but as I didn’t have almonds at hand I used salted peanuts instead.

After a little toing and froing I came up with this recipe and now we can all share in its delicious flavours.

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  • EASE: easy.
  • FREE FROM: dairy free, gluten free, egg free and vegan.
  • GREAT FOR: treat, lunch/dinner dessert, picnic, valentine’s day,
  • TASTE: a delicious nutty base filled with a rich creamy chocolate cream.
  • TEXTURE: crisp nutty base with a creamy filling and topped with strawberries.
  • QUANTITY: 10 slices (23cm / 9inch tart tin)
  • TIME: 60 minutes.

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    For this recipe all you need are these ingredients:

    • Peanuts
    • Oats
    • Coconut milk
    • Dark chocolate
    • Vegan caster or granulated sugar
    • Coconut oil

    Coconut oil recommendations: Biona Organic coconut oil 875 ml, Rainforest Foods organic virgin coconut oil 1litre, Sevenhills Wholefoods 1litre organic extra virgin raw coconut oil (cold-pressed)

    • Fresh strawberries


    I highly recommend adding a good pinch of salt to your desserts. Salt helps balance out the sweetness and richness. It also elevates the other ingredients, bring out the best characteristics of any recipe. In a seemingly absurd or contradictory way, salt intensifies the mouths ability to taste sweetness. It is the sodium that sends signals to move glucose into the sweet taste receptor cells in our tongue. The result is that salt not only alerts our ‘salt sensitivity’, but also our ‘sweet sensitive’ taste buds. I recommend Maldon Sea salt flakes or Cornish sea salt.


    • Fruit: This recipe also works great with raspberries.
    • Sugar: The white sugar can be changed to brown or even coconut sugar.
    • Brown sugar suggestions: Pure Via Baker’s soft brown sugar or Sukrin Gold’s natural brown sugar alternative.
    • Coconut oil: If you don’t have coconut oil, any other neutral oil or butter can be used as an alternative.

    If you experiment, I would love to know how you get on and share it with the other readers.


    This small pan is a great size for boiling small amounts of liquids and it has pouring lips built into the rim of the saucepan which makes it easy to use.

    I like to use this type of pan for pies that I am going to serve out of the tin on a plate.

    Baking beans are an essential item for blind baking, and help perfect pastry for all your favourite crusty pies, flans and tarts.

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    TIP: I highly recommend using metric measurements and a digital kitchen scale, rather than cup measurements. If you have ever ended up with dry, dense or crumbly baked goods, it might be because of inaccurate volume measurements, not all measuring cups are made equally. All my recipes on this blog are carefully developed so that you can easily recreate them in your own kitchen with success, using metric measurements. It is also a lot easier, less messy and you will get far better, consistent results. 🙂
    If you are interested in understanding conversions, here you will find the best conversion chart.


    Serving: one strawberry chocolate tart slice

    Nutrition information can vary for a recipe based on factors such as precision of measurements, brands, ingredient freshness, or the source of nutrition data.

    I strive to keep the information as accurate as possible but make no warranties regarding its accuracy.

    I encourage you to make your own calculations based on the actual ingredients used in your recipe, using your preferred nutrition calculator.


    Keeps in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

    Freezing: This tart is not ideal for freezing.

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    Strawberry Chocolate Tart

    Strawberry Chocolate Tart

    Preparation:20 minutes
    Baking:10 minutes
    Chilling:30 minutes
    Total:1 hour
    Servings: 10 slices
    Tools you’ll need:
    • 23cm (9in) tart tin
    This strawberry chocolate tart tastes amazing and is made from strawberries, chocolate, coconut milk, and peanuts, plus it's vegan too.


    Tart base:

    • 150 g peanuts
    • 150 g whole oats
    • 65 ml coconut oil
    • 45 g caster sugar


    • 300 ml coconut milk
    • 240 g dark chocolate (minimum 50% cocoa solids)
    • 45 g caster sugar
    • 36 g coconut oil
    • 300 g fresh strawberries


    • Preheat: Turn on the oven to 180°C fan / 400°F / Gas 6.
    • Tart base: Into an electric food processor, add peanuts, oats, sugar and coconut oil. Blend for 30 seconds to get a nice crumb.
    • Line a 23 cm tart tin with baking paper on the bottom and pour the crumb mix into the tart tin. Evenly distribute the crumbs around and up the sides of the tin and using a glass with a flat bottom and sides push down on the crumb mix to firm it down.
      Strawberry Chocolate Tart
    • Baking: Bake the crust for 10 minutes or until firm, remove and leave to cool on a wire rack.
    • Ganache: Into a saucepan over a medium heat add the coconut milk, sugar and dark chocolate. Mix well until the chocolate has melted and become smooth.
    • Add the coconut oil, stir well and leave to rest for 5 minutes.
    • Strawberries: Clean and remove the stalks from the strawberries. Keep a little less than half for the decoration on the top and roughly dice the remaing strawberries into 1 cm pieces.
      Strawberry Chocolate Tart
    • Add the diced strawberries to the cooled tart base and pour over the chocolate ganache.
      Strawberry Chocolate Tart
    • Place the tart into the fridge to cool down completely.
    • Once the tart has cooled decorate with the remaining strawberries and serve.
    KEYWORDS chocolate recipes, dairy free recipes, gluten free recipes, strawberry recipes, tart recipes, vegan recipes

    Strawberry Chocolate Tart


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