This creamy chai tart with cacoa crust is full of delicious spices like cinnamon and cardamom and a great dessert for the cold season and the upcoming holidays.
Guys, how is it mid of december already? Did you arrive in Christmas mode? 🌟
While I’m writing this post, it’s 10°C PLUS outside. Nevertheless, I have to say that the Christmas feeling has fully captured me. Hot tea, fairy lights, Christmas markets, homemade biscuits, … I looove it.
Especially the latter should not be missing in any year.
But between all the vanilla crescents and linzer cookies there must still be room for delicious cakes and tarts. 🙂
This chai tart with cacoa crust is one of my Advent highlights this year.
That’s why you’ll love this lovely tarte:
- It is loaded with warm winter spices like cinnamon, cardamom or nutmeg.
- The chai filling is wonderfully creamy and the cocoa crust gives the tart a great crunch.
- Not only is it easy to make, it is also ideal to prepare.
Every time I make a tart, I’m amazed at how easy and quick it is to prepare. With little effort you will have an incredibly delicious dessert in the fridge in no time.
The chai tart with cacoa crust is not only a visual eye-catcher and tastes phenomenal, but compared to most other cakes and tarts it’s also prepared with healthier ingredients.
- without refined sugar
- without flour
- without dairy products
Instead, it contains dates, maple syrup, grated nuts, oat milk and many more delicious ingredients.
This chai tart is simply perfect, especially for this cold season and the upcoming holidays!
If you’re as enthusiastic about tartes as I am, check out these recipes:
- no bake pumpkin white chocolate tart
- mind-blowing chocolate tahini tart | no bake
- white chocolate coconut tart
If you’ve made this or any other recipe from Flowers in the Salad, I’d love it if you’d send me a message about how you liked it or if you tag me on Instagram! 🙂