Mumma's Country Kitchen

S’mores Tarts (individual)

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S'mores Tarts
There is something about the combination of bikkies, chocolate and torched meringue that makes resistance absolutely futile! Loved by young and old, these s’mores tarts are simple to whip up and even easier to eat! They are, in my view, an ultimate sweet treat – luscious, delectable and pretty to look at too!                

They are also relatively simple to make you’ll be happy to hear, using products that are most likely in your pantry and fridge! You can easily substitute other bikkies for the tart case (for example Marie biscuits work really well too), however I like the flavor the butternut snap biscuits give to the tarts…plus they hold up exceptionally well when filled with that luscious chocolate ganache.

Which leads this chat to that ganache – it is so beautiful! Velvety smooth, it is the stuff chocolate dreams are made of. As with most chocolate recipes, I like to include a little sea salt to the ganache as I really feel it enhances the flavor of the chocolate, making the taste buds sing! It is also the perfect foundation for the meringue drops, holding them up really well, even when the stars are torched!

These tarts were a massive hit when served to the kids and a couple of their friends! The silence, broking up by their oohs and aahs made the home-cook in me ecstatic! I also adapted the recipe to make a single larger rectangular tart for an adults dinner party, and woohoo – that worked too!

If you’re a chocolate lover, or know someone who is a chocolate lover, then trust me on this, please try this dessert! As always, please feel free to comment below and tag me in your socials if you make it!

H xx

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