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The Ultimate Vegan Chocolate Tart

I don’t know about you, but I think this tart is pretty darn gorgeous!

Looking to find the perfect, delicious chocolate tart that’s Vegan and Gluten free? Well, mate you’re in luck. This is my ultimate vegan chocolate tart, that’ll definitely impress!

And I can bet you one thing, I doubt you’re guests would even guess it was vegan and/or gluten free!

This Vegan Chocolate tart is composed of a silky smooth chocolate curd filling incased in a soft yet crunchy tart base. A joy to eat.

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No Bake Vegan Chocolate Tart

This tart is an incredibly easy no bake chocolate tart. Which requires no blind baking shortcrust pastry like traditional tart recipes. Which saves a ton of time, making this tart perfect to just leave in the refrigerator to set without thinking too much about it!

This Vegan Chocolate Tart’s Health Benefits

And believe it or not, this Vegan Chocolate tart is actually going to help improve your skin and hair due to the vitamins packed into it.

What’s better than eating a tasty, decadent tart whilst simultaneously improving your health and nourishing your body!

Due to the volume of nuts in this tart, you are able to receive a serving of your daily recommended nut requirements. Which are important in providing you with both your essential vitamins and minerals. Such as Vitamin E which improves your skin and hair.

This recipe also calls for dates. Which are such an excellent source of, disease-fighting antioxidants, which helps reduce the chance of disease infection due to it’s antioxidants such as, Flavonoids, Carotenoids and Phenolic acid.

In addition, dates have been found to improve brain function and promote labour. A study has shown that eating dates throughout the last few weeks of pregnancy may promote cervical dilation and lower the need for induced labor.

They may also be helpful for reducing labor time. As discovered in a study by PubMed Central.

Dates also act as an excellent natural sweetener that provides a rich, sweet depth of flavour to this vegan chocolate tart. Which helps bring it all together.

The berries also provide essential antioxidants and are high in vitamin C and fibre. In addition, a recent study has shown that berries have also been linked in aiding the reduction of blood glucose levels and improve insulin response.

You can read up on the study here.

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Ultimate Vegan Chocolate Tart

Looking to find the perfect, delicious chocolate tart that's Vegan and Gluten free? Well, mate you're in luck. This is my ultimate vegan chocolate tart, that'll definitely impress. It is composed of a silky smooth chocolate curd filling incased in a soft yet crunchy tart base. A joy to eat.
Course Dessert
Cuisine Homemade
Keyword dairy free, gluten free, vegan
Prep Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings 8
Calories 310kcal
Author Leena


  • Tart tin
  • Saucepan
  • Whisk
  • Blender


Tart Shell

  • 100 g Almonds
  • 100 g Walnuts
  • 90 g Oats
  • 100 g Dates Soft
  • 2 1/2 tbsp Maple syrup

Chocolate Curd

  • 480 ml Milk Almond/Soya/Oat
  • 70 g Fructose sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Agar
  • 3 tbsp Cornflour
  • 2 tbsp Cocoa powder


  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Grapes
  • Raspberries


Tart Shell

  • Lightly grease and flour a 10-inch tart tin with a removable base (Checkout the notes below for other alternatives you can use)
  • Place nuts and oats in a blender until coarse. Then add the dates and syrup and blend again until it starts to clump together.
    100 g Almonds, 100 g Walnuts, 90 g Oats, 100 g Dates, 2 1/2 tbsp Maple syrup
  • Transfer the mixture into your prepared pan and press down evenly across the whole pan.

Chocolate Curd

  • Place all ingredients for the curd in a saucepan and whisk continuously until thick to prevent any clumps forming.
    480 ml Milk, 70 g Fructose sugar, 1/2 tsp Agar, 3 tbsp Cornflour, 2 tbsp Cocoa powder
  • Pour the mixture into the tart shell and allow to cool at room temperature and then refridgerate until set.
  • Decorate with some fresh fruit I used a mixture of berries and grapes, this is optional it taste devious with or without.
    Blackberries, Blueberries, Grapes, Raspberries
  • Get yourself a slice and enjoy x


This is the tart tin I use but if you don’t have a tart tin, a springform pan or pie dish also works well for this recipe.
If perhaps you were looking to make a smaller tart to serve 2 divide the recipe by 4 and go for smaller individual tart tins.
Or perhaps you’d like it this recipe to serve 4 simply divide the recipe by 2 and serve in a 6 inch tart tin.
If you’re looking to serve more than 8 people try making more than one tart 🙂
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Feel free to substitute the almond and walnuts for your preferred nut, such as pecans, cashews, peanuts. As they will all add the texture required for the tart as well as their many health benefits.

When referring to ‘soft dates’ in the recipe above. These can be medjool dates as these tend to be nice and soft. Or if you have another type of date that’s not very soft try soaking them in water for at least 1/2hr before adding it to the recipe.

If however, you don’t have any dates or nuts for the base of the tart. You can easily substitutes it for 200g of biscuits of your choice that has been crumbled. And mixed with 100g melted butter/vegan butter. For a not so healthy but still delicious alternative.

If you’d prefer to make a Vegan Lemon tart or perhaps a Vegan Blueberry tart, I’ve hyperlinked their recipes on their names 😉

Your Experience

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this vegan chocolate tart recipe and if you made any of your own substitutes or have any questions regarding any you’d like to make. Comment them below, and I will get back to you as soon as possible.


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    1. Thanks Ruth, and yes I agree, I feel its always best to be consuming food that nourishes our body and that’s doesnt just mean eating fruits and veg it can be through a balanced dessert too. 🙂

  1. 5 stars
    This looks amazing! I have so many friends now that are vegan/gluten free that I am always on the lookout for new delicious recipes to make when we get together. And this recipe EVERYONE will love!

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