Creamy Orange Chocolate Tart with Cranberry Topper

26 Nov

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Ingredients (makes 12 individual tarts or one 9-inch tart)


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.  Prepare and roll out the pie dough as instructed.  If making individual tarts use a muffin tin to form your crust, otherwise use a 9-inch greased pie shell.  To form individual tarts, insert your rolled pie dough in each greased muffin tin and form to mold.  Bake your pie crust for about 10 – 15 minutes, until golden.  Let cool.
  2. While your pie dough is baking let’s make our cranberry sauce topper! Follow the instructions for my Orange Zested Cranberry Sauce and add 2 Tablespoons or corn starch to the pot (if the sauce needs to thicken more stir in 1 Tablespoon of cornstarch at a time).  Once thickened, stir in the confectionery sugar (if using).  Taste a bite and adjust any seasonings as necessary and set zested cranberry sauce
  3. To prepare the orange chocolate filling, make a double batch of my Chocolate Orange Scented Mousse; set aside.  P1160089s P1160097sP1160100s
  4. Let’s assemble the tart(s)!  Pour your orange chocolate mousse in your prepared crust and smooth over.  Top with a dollop of the cranberry orange sauce.  Optional: garnish with sliced oranges and shaved raw cacao.  Chill until ready to serve!
  5. Enjoy eating whole!chocolate orange tart with cranberry sauce

One Response to “Creamy Orange Chocolate Tart with Cranberry Topper”


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