Easter Egg Chocolate Ganache Tart Recipe

This may be the greatest Easter-themed dessert of all time – The Easter Egg Chocolate Ganache Tart!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 250 grams of plain biscuits (graham crackers or digestive biscuits)
  • 170 grams of unsalted butter, melted
  • 400 grams of good dark or milk chocolate
  • 60 grams of unsalted butter
  • 300 ml of thickened cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 165 grams mini milk and white chocolate Easter eggs
  • 80 grams of speckled Easter eggs


Here’s how to make it:

  1. Finely crush the biscuits, then add melted butter and combine until the crumbs look like wet sand.
  2. Place the crushed biscuits into a cake pan about 9 inches in diameter. Pack it down, making sure you press them up the sides slightly. Then place in the fridge.
  3. Next, roughly chop the chocolate and butter and put them into a medium bowl. In a separate bowl, heat the cream until it is hot to the touch. Make sure not to boil the cream.
  4. Pour the cream over the chocolate and butter and quickly cover the bowl with a lid. Let sit for 5 minutes or so. After 5 minutes, whisk together the ganache mixture until smooth.
  5. Pour the ganache mixture into the prepared cake pan. Then place your Easter eggs around the tart.
  6. Put the tart back into the fridge for at least 4 hours until firm.
  7. Serve and enjoy!

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