Mini Chocolate and Cinnamon Tarts

Mini Chocolate and Cinnamon Tart

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 & 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.

Course Dessert
Cuisine French
Keyword Chocolate Tarts, Dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 6 people


  • 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


  1. Warm cream in saucepan for 5 minutes.

  2. Break Chocolate into smaller pieces. Add in cream and slowly mix until it becomes a nice smooth texture.

  3. Add butter and stir.

  4. Add Sugar

  5. Add Cinnamon

  6. Stir until the mixture becomes smooth and thick.

  7. Pour into cups and chill for about 2 hours at room temp

  8. Enjoy with a nice cup of Coffee or Tea


Comments (11)

  • America On Coffee 1 month ago Reply
  • Invisibly Me 1 month ago Reply
    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
    foodzesty 1 month ago Reply
    hahahhaah you are so good to me!!! Thank you Caz hahahahah the size of your cups hahahahhahahahhhahaha
  • MichaelStephenWills 1 month ago Reply
    Perfect with a good cup of black coffee.
    foodzesty 4 weeks ago Reply
    Thank you Michael :)
  • 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 :) :)
    foodzesty 4 weeks ago Reply
    hahhahahahahaaaaaa Let me know how they turned out....
  • Sumith 1 month ago Reply
    Beautifully crafted!
    foodzesty 4 weeks ago Reply
    Ahhhh Thank you!!
  • popsiclesociety 1 month ago Reply
    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 😉🤗💕
    foodzesty 4 weeks ago Reply
    Thank you Ribana, How are you?

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