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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Crispy Chocolate Tarts

Yesterday, I was laying in bed and thinking about tarts. When will I start making tart shells? Are tart shells hard to make? What if I used something else for the shell? Something like... rice krispies!

Using the same recipe from the peanut butter crispy bars, I woke up, had a bowl of cereal, and got to work. 

Make the base of the tart in your pans first. When that is all even on the bottom, start building the sides. Press and mold the rice krispies with your hands and then put them in the fridge to firm up - about an hour.
You could fill the rice krispies tarts with any filling of your choice, I went for a peanut butter and chocolate layer. Just the one! Pour it in the shell and let it set in the fridge for another hour.

Without any doubt, this was one very sweet tart, we might try a citrus filling next time. =P

8 comments:

  1. Oh wow - great idea! Looks yummy - I'm going to pin this on pinterest too!

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  2. These look absolutely lovely! I think I'm going to make some, put one in a little cellophane bag and tie some burlap string around it for a shower I am going to-they are like little nests!

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  3. Ma sono belle da togliere il fiato! Ti seguo :o)

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  4. I've nominated you for a Liebster Award for blogging! Read about it at....http://kerryfelter.blogspot.com/

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  5. This is a wonderful idea. Can't wait to try it!

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  6. Mandy & Kelsey, that's a very cute idea!! I hope it turned out the way you liked!

    KerryFelter, thank you for the nomination!!

    Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes], thanks!

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