Chocolate-Raspberry Tart with Graham Cracker Crust

Who is the only person you know who can browse the healthy eating website A Healthy Jalapeno and pick out one of the only unhealthy recipes to make?  This girl.  But I couldn’t pass this tart up.  It just looked so tempting.  I was assigned Laura’s blog for this month’s Secret Recipe Club exchange and just loved everything – I’ll definitely try one of her smoothies soon!  But for today I stuck with a delicious looking dessert to take to a potluck dinner at Lily’s school.  I’ll let you know how everyone likes it!

Chocolate-Raspberry Tart with a Graham Cracker Crust

Baking spray for the dish
1-1/4 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/3 cup melted unsalted butter
3-1/2 cups fresh raspberries
8 oz. semisweet or bittersweet chocolate, finely chopped
1-1/4 cups heavy cream
Small pinch salt

Heat the oven to 325°F. Spray the sides and bottom of a 9-1/2-inch fluted tart pan with a removable bottom. Put the graham crackers and butter into a food processor and pulse until crumbly.

Pour the cracker mixture into the tart pan and press the mixture into the sides and bottom of the pan with the bottom of a measuring cup or a jar.

Set the pan on a baking sheet and refrigerate for 20 minutes to firm, then bake the tart crust about 15 minutes, checking and rotating if needed to make the sure the crust doesn’t get too dark. Set on a rack to cool.

Meanwhile, push 1 cup of the berries through a fine sieve, mashing with a wooden spoon, into a medium bowl so the puree drips through; set it aside and discard the contents of the
strainer.

Heat the cream over medium heat until scalding, but not quite boiling. Pour the hot cream over the chopped chocolate; whisk to blend until the chocolate is melted. Stir in the raspberry purée and the salt.

Pour the mixture into the cooled tart shell. Refrigerate until the ganache is fairly firm, about 1 hour.

Arrange the remaining raspberries on top of the ganache; they should completely cover the surface. These berries won’t sink into the chocolate filling. The ganache is chilled slightly before the raspberries go on.

Chill until the ganache is completely firm, about 30 minutes, and serve.

Source: A Healthy Jalapeno



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Comments

  1. What a stunning tart, you made a great choice, healthy or not.

  2. This looks absolutely fabulous !

  3. this tart looks absolutely gorgeous! + i’m the same way … i go to healthy blogs, then inevitably find myself drooling over the chocolatey dessert. =)

  4. Wow this looks amazing! I <3 Laura's blog, what a great recipe choice you picked!

  5. Chocolate and raspberries is one of my favorite combinations! Add a graham cracker crust and you may just have the perfect dessert ;)

  6. Oh, my! I would have chosen this recipe, too! It looks stunning! I bet everyone will love it at the potluck!

  7. Raspberries and chocolate are healthy too, you know, antioxidants and fruit and what not, excellent choice and a gorgeous tart!

  8. I loved that you went with this tart… It’s seriously amazing. I have made it over and over and it doesn’t get old because it’s chocolate ganache and raspberries… how can you go wrong. Thanks for sharing :)

  9. That is a gorgeous looking tart!!! I love the contrast of the bright berries on the yummy chocolate:-)

  10. This looks so easy and amazing and delicious and wonderful and pretty! whew!

  11. This recipes sounds fantastic! I love chocolate and raspberries together. And I LOVE your blog!! I couldn’t wait until reveal day cause all month I’ve been wanting to come on over and sing your praises but I didn’t want to ruin the surprise that I got you blog ;) So glad to have found it!

  12. show stopper!

  13. This is so beautiful!

  14. Raspberries and Chocolate are definitely a match made in heaven! This tart looks fabulous!

  15. Silky chocolate and fresh berries – two of my favorite things packed into a gorgeous pie. So glad to have found this via SRC :)

  16. Lindsay, this tart is gorgeous! Chocolate and raspberry is one of my favorite combinations, and this seems like it showcases both beautifully!

  17. Wow! This looks fantastic! Great choice for SRC…

  18. This is beautiful! I’d love some for dessert!

  19. This looks really good – those Raspberries are beautiful – and what an amazing combo. Yum!

  20. oh Wowza! That looks so yummy. Raspberries and chocolate are just so good together.

  21. Hey, raspberries are healthy and graham crackers were invented as a health food so it’s not all bad. :)

  22. I love your photos. They are so beautiful! I would really love a slice of this tart!

  23. These look so good. I just found your blog its great. Come check out my blog.

    Have a Great Day :)

  24. I want to make this tart badly! Simple ingredients to make such a scrumptious dessert …..I am inlove! :)

  25. This looks amazing!! Chocolate and raspberries are a great combination.

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