These little Cheat’s Choc Raspberry Tartlets are super cute, super quick and the perfect treat for when you need a little something in a hurry.


Ingredients (makes 12 tartlets)

  • 1 packet 12 ready made sweet pastry cases (mini size)
  • 250g Block Cream Cheese, cut into 2cm cubes
  • 1/2 cup Dark Chocolate Melts
  • 1 punnet Raspberries

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius (fan forced).
  2. Place ready made sweet pastry cases into a muffin tray or onto a baking tray (lined with baking paper).
  3. Place a 2cm block of cream cheese into each pastry case and top with a dark chocolate melt.
  4. Place into the oven for just long enough for the choc melts to start to melt then take out of the oven and add a few little pieces of fresh raspberry.

Notes... Try any combination of flavours you like - Banana + Caramel on top of the cream cheese | Caramel, Walnuts and Toasted Coconut | Mixed Berries

  • This is a great time saving recipe to do. Thanks for sharing

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  • Easy as. I love ways that cut corners.

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  • Oh my! How did I miss these ones? They look adorable! What a great idea!! :-)

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  • they look really cute

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  • Very cute and simple. The different variations are endless!

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  • Thanks for this. Nice and easy. We like nibblies at our staff meeting so I’ll look very creative bringing this in.

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  • Mmm, love a tasty sweet treat

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  • Thank you for this idea and the different ways to do it too.

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  • This looks amazing. Great recipe!!

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  • Wonderful recipe. Hope mine turn out like yours. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Perfect – thanks Im going to try this for next weekend when I have to bring some sweet to share.

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  • Quick and yet a little bit fancy.

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  • What a great and easy idea. Ooh, the options are endless. Once I master something, I like to play with variations. I can see me having a lot of fun with this one.

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  • A great recipe idea; I would love to experiment with different combinations.

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  • Looks easy

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