Oat tart with chocolate mousse and berries

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Preparation time: approx. 60 minutes | cooking time: approx. 60 minutes | rest time: approx. 4 hours

Ingredients  | 2 Portions

For the pastry: 

For the Mousse: 

  • 200g cream (30 % fat)
  • 180g dark chocolate coating
  • 3 eggs (size M)
  • 50g sugar

For the Topping: 

  • 150g strawberries, fresh
  • 70g raspberries, fresh
  • 70g Blueberries, fresh
  • 2 stems of basil

Utensils: oven, bowls, rolling pin, tart tin (35 x 15 cm), knife, fork, grid, hand mixer (whisk), pot, stove, dough scraper, whisk


  1. Preheat oven (top/bottom heat: 200 °C/circulating air: 175 °C). For the dough knead porridge, flour, sugar, butter and water to a smooth dough. Then roll out the dough on a floured work surface and spread in a tart tin (35 x 15 cm). Roll off any protruding edges with the rolling pin.
  2. Bake the tart dough on a grill for about 25 minutes on the middle shelf. Then let it cool completely.
  3. For the mousse, whip the cream with a hand mixer until stiff and refrigerate briefly until ready to use. Coarsely chop the dark chocolate coating and melt over a water bath. Mix eggs with sugar and also beat over a bain-marie. Then remove from the water bath, stir the mixture until cold and carefully stir in the couverture. Carefully fold in the cream, spread on the cooled tart base and chill for approx. 4 hours.
  4. Sort out the berries for the topping. Spread strawberries, raspberries and blueberries over the tart. Wash basil, shake dry, pluck leaves and spread on the tart.. 

      Hint: Alternatively you can let the mousse cool down separately, fill it into a piping bag and then decoratively spread it on the tart base.


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