Chocolate, Raspberry, and Biscoff Tart Recipe

Chocolate, Raspberry, and Biscoff Tart Recipe

Joe Lovell
Joe Lovell
Jun 10th 2020

Hi everyone! I'm back today with a new recipe - this time a sweet treat. I'll be showing you a chocolate, raspberry & biscoff tart, which is the perfect way to round off an evening (or morning or afternoon or night) ✨

Ingredients (4 tarts) 🌱

  • 10g vegan butter for lining
  • 6 biscoff cream biscuits
  • 8 digestive biscuits
  • 100g vegan butter (melted)
  • 100g dark 70%
  • 170ml sweetened soy milk
  • 1 orange zest
  • 20g vegan butter
  • 20 fresh raspberries (1 punnet should be enough)


  1. Line 4, 7cm fluted tart rings with vegan butter or coconut oil.
  2. Crush the 6 Biscoff biscuits and the 8 digestive biscuits - use a food processor if you have one.
  3. Add 100ml of melted vegan butter to the crushed biscuits.
  4. Mix well with a spoon, then place the mix evenly into the tart rings, making sure you push the mix all the way up the sides and cover all breakages.
  5. Place into the freezer and set until firm. Test this by touching the base to make sure it is firm.
  6. While the biscuit base is setting, add the soy milk to a pan and bring to the boil (instantly remove from the heat when boiling). 7. Roughly break the dark chocolate into a bowl, then add the zest of one orange along with 20ml of vegan butter.
  7. Pour over the boiling soy milk and leave for 1 minute, then give it a whisk until it looks smooth and glossy.
  8. Take out the biscuit base and pour over the cool chocolate mix. Add into the fridge to set for at least 30 minutes.
  9. Place some raspberries on top and you’re all done - bon appétit! 👌

Chocolate Raspberry and Biscoff Tart

Joe Lovell

Joe Lovell

Head Chef at Planty

Joe is fully immersed in UK food culture, inspiring his staff with his crazy energy and sense of humor. With a Michelin star background - having worked hundreds of hours in Gordon Ramsey’s kitchens, including the well-known Petrus restaurant - Joe is now Planty’s Head Chef, helping to create a better way for people to switch to eating more plants

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