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Ingredients of Cemetery Cookie Tart for Halloween
- You need 500 ml of double cream.
- It’s 300 g of chocolate for baking, chopped.
- You need 4 packs of square sweet biscuits.
- It’s 1 cup of milk for dipping biscuits.
- Prepare 125 g of Couverture chocolate (chocolate for dipping, molding and coating).
- It’s 30 g of butter.
- You need 1 of red pastry pencil.
- Prepare 5 of chocolate chip cookies.
- It’s 25 g of white chocolate.
- You need of Green food dye (or a mix of yellow & blue).
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Cemetery Cookie Tart for Halloween step by step
- In a saucepan heat the cream and remove from heat right before it boils..
- Add the chopped chocolate to the cream and mix until completely blended. Let cool to room temperature first and then in the refrigerator overnight..
- Once the mix is the right consistency, put together the cake with the cookies: Soak the biscuits in little milk and layer into your tart mold. Put a layer of the chocolate cream on top, then another layer of biscuits, another a layer of cream… the number of layers depends on the shape of your mold and amount of cream. The last layer should be biscuits. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest in the refrigerator for another couple hours before decorating..
- Decoration 1 – Chocolate topping: Put 100 g of the couverture chocolate and 30 g butter in a bowl and melt so you can use for coating. Spread it over the cake as the top layer..
- Decoration 2: Crush the chocolate chip cookies and sprinkle over the cake to simulate the earth and dirt in a cemetery..
- Decoration 3: Break some biscuits in half to make them into grave stones. Write on them with the red pastry pencil..
- Decoration 4: Mix white chocolate with a bit of green food dye and melt in the microwave to make some “moss” for the graveyard..
- Decoration 5: To make the tree, I melted a little chocolate and spread it over baking paper, then let it cool in the fridge..
- Decoration 6: For the paper figures, draw them on paper and cut out. Adhere to a toothpick and put on the cake..
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