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Mini Chocolate and Cinnamon Tart

Mini Chocolate and Cinnamon Tarts

Hi there foodies friends,

It is almost time for the Food Bloggers Summit and I am very excited because this will the first one I will be attending.  I decided to attend the Summit because even though I have been blogging for about 2 1/2 years, I still do need to learn more about Food Blogging. There is so much more to learn and do,  and since this is something that I am so passionate about I am definitely going to take Food Blogging/my site to a different level. 🙂  

Well, I did it I got my TESOL certificate…it took me a couple of months of studying and it was worth it.  TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of other languages. 🙂  Yep, I am definitely proud of myself and believe me this is something I would never usually say about myself.  This past week was also quite a difficult one.  Let’s just say that  Charlie definitely showed us that he will step in and take action!!!   I will write more about this in my next posts but for now, I will just leave it at what Charlie did.  

I had prepared these delicious Mini-Tarts a few days ago. But with everything that has happened I was late posting the recipe.  What I like about these Chocolate Tarts is that the added Cinnamon just gave the Ganache a unique taste.  I was not able to make my own Crust this time.  But in all honesty, I wasn’t in the mood to mix batter and then roll out the dough etc.  I bought ready-made Crust from the supermarket.  I knowwww!! !I cheated but as you already know I usually make my own, but not this time. 🙂 

Enjoy your day!!

Mini Chocolate and Cinnamon Tart

Mini Chocolate & Cinnamon Tarts

If you to explore new taste then you will love this Pure Chocolate combined with a hint of Cinnamon Tart. An easy recipe made in less then 30 minutes.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine French
Servings 6 people

Ingredients
  

  • 80 grams Butter
  • cup Sugar
  • 1 Egg
  • ½ cup All Purpose Flour
  • 1⅓ tbsp Vanilla Extract
  • Salt
  • Chocolate-Cinnamon Filling
  • 250 grams Pure Chocolate
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 cup Cream
  • cup Butter

Instructions
 

  • Warm cream in saucepan for 5 minutes.
  • Break Chocolate into smaller pieces. Add in cream and slowly mix until it becomes a nice smooth texture.
  • Add butter and stir.
  • Add Sugar
  • Add Cinnamon
  • Stir until the mixture becomes smooth and thick.
  • Pour into cups and chill for about 2 hours at room temp
  • Enjoy with a nice cup of Coffee or Tea
Keyword Chocolate Tarts, Dessert

KALI MAS OREXEI!! 🙂

11 Comments

  1. Perfect!☕️💕☕️

  2. Oooo the Food Bloggers Summit should be amazing – what date is that?

    Congratulations on the TESOL!! We have something similar here – TEFL. So many letter combinations to remember 😂 You should absolutely be very proud, it’s a fantastic achievement!

    Ready-made crust doesn’t count as a cheat when you’ve made the rest yourself. These sounds delicious and more straightforward than I thought (I’ve never made tarts before!) I assume the cream like a pot of double cream. I get confused with ‘cup’ sizes as I never really know how much to use because you don’t know the size of the cup being referred to. In the UK recipes are usually in grams but whenever I see a cup measurement I can’t help but think “You’ve not seen the size of my cups!” 😂

    Mmmm chocolately heaven.
    Caz xx

  3. Perfect with a good cup of black coffee.

  4. I might have bruised my nose trying to take a bite of these through my screen. These sound delicious, and I was thinking, just for testing sake of course, I might make 2 batches. One with the cinnamon, one without. That way if I don’t like the cinnamon added I still have just plain chocolate ones. Of course, we will eat them all because we wouldn’t want to waste them hahahaha 😉 🙂 You deserve to be proud about your certification. Thats a lot of hard work and you did it!!!! You deserve a pat on the back, AND a(couple)chocolate cinnamon tarts 🙂 🙂

  5. Beautifully crafted!

  6. I’m really sorry for what happened Sophie! I hope everything ok!
    Congratulations for your TESOL certificate! 🎊🎉
    And these mini tarts looks so delicious! Chocolate and cinnamon, what a great combination! And sometimes a quick shortcut is welcomed 😉🤗💕

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