This recipe makes 6 individual tarts, and since Mike and I have worked our way through my birthday cake pie and a Black Tie Mousse Cake (which I will hopefully post about soon), I didn’t think it would be wise to make a full recipe. So I decided to make half a recipe which incidentally makes 4 tarts. I ate one, Mike ate one, one went to my father-in-law, and the last lonely tart is hanging out in the fridge with the last piece of Black Tie Mousse Cake
This recipe actually wasn’t very hard, it just took some time to make the crust and then chill, roll, chill, and bake. So I did it in stages while Emma was taking a nap. I decided not to put biscotti in mine because I really didn’t want the crunch. I was completely satisfied with a creamy interior with random bits of chocolate. I really enjoyed the one tart I had. It was the perfect size and very rich in chocolately flavor.
Now I give you my last lonely tart, and the puppy that wishes he could have some.