A Winter Snow Day OOTD
January 25, 2021
These chocolate cardamom tarts feature a rich chocolate custard base infused with toasted cardamom, fresh bananas, toasted pistachios and homemade whipped cream all in a miniature size!
So last month was National Chocolate Lovers Month. Which is not surprising, considering February also houses the infamous Valentine’s Day. But I say, we should be celebrating chocolate all year long! Obviously!
Today’s recipe is definitely an ode to chocolate, with a bunch of other accompaniments that compliment it oh so well! I love it when a chocolate dessert recipe has a little bit of a spiced surprise in it, and these chocolate cardamom tarts really hit the spot. I can’t wait to bake up a batch in our new kitchen!
The tarts use a regular pie crust for the base, and then they are filled with a super luscious and creamy cardamom-infused chocolate mousse. This mousse is crazy good, you guys! Then I topped them with sliced bananas, toasted pistachios, and homemade whipped cream. However, you could substitute out for your favorite fruits or nuts, like strawberries or walnuts!
Now it’s your turn: what is your favorite way to celebrate our collective love for chocolate? Share with me by commenting below!
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