No-Bake Salted Dark Chocolate Mascarpone Tart

An oreo cookie crust with a mascarpone whipped cream filling, and topped with a salted dark chocolate ganache. This easy, no-bake dessert is perfect for the summer.

NO-BAKE CHOCOLATE MASCARPONE TART. Oreo cookie crust with a melt-in-your-mouth mascarpone cream filling and topped with salted chocolate ganache.With the temperature cooling down this past week, I was worried that the summer weather was over. But, I’m glad the heat is back because summer is so short here in Ontario, and as hot and humid as it can get at times, I always try to make the best of it and not complain. And hey, what better time to put together a no-bake recipe, right?

NO-BAKE CHOCOLATE MASCARPONE TART. Oreo cookie crust with a melt-in-your-mouth mascarpone cream filling and topped with salted chocolate ganache.We were having company over and I decided to splurge and make something with mascarpone. As much as I love mascarpone, I don’t cook with it very often because I find it quite expensive. Although, I’ve read online that you can make your own for only $2 compared to $8 from the supermarket.  If you’re interested, check out the how-to from Pastry Affair. It seems pretty easy. You can also substitute the mascarpone with cream cheese in this recipe.

NO-BAKE CHOCOLATE MASCARPONE TART. Oreo cookie crust with a melt-in-your-mouth mascarpone cream filling and topped with salted chocolate ganache.This dessert is love at first bite. The whipped cream mascarpone is light and creamy, paired with the smooth dark chocolate ganache, and topped with a little sprinkle of sea salt to enhances all the flavors as everything just melts-in-your-mouth.

No-Bake Salted Dark Chocolate Mascarpone Tart

  • Servings: 8-10
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients

2 cups Oreo cookie crumbs

6 tbsp melted unsalted butter

1/2 cup cold whipping cream

275 grams softened mascarpone cheese (or 250 grams of cream cheese)

3/4 cup sugar

1 tsp vanilla

8 oz dark chocolate chips (or semi-sweet)

1 cup whipping cream

1 tbsp sea salt flakes

Instructions

1) Mix the cookie crumbs with the melted butter and press onto the bottom and sides of a 9″ tart pan. Chill in freezer.

2) Using a handheld mixer, whip the whipping cream till soft peaks form, set aside.

3) In a separate bowl, whip together the mascarpone, sugar and vanilla until incorporated. Add the whipped cream to the mixture and blend untill smooth. Pour over the chilled crust. Place back in freezer for at least 1 hour.

4) To make the ganache, place the whipping cream in a small saucepan. Constantly stirring, bring to a simmer over medium heat. Pour over chocolate chips and whisk until smooth. Let cool to touch and pour over frozen tart and refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until ready to serve.

Recipe by Little Sweet Baker

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Comments

  1. Yum, this looks so so delicious. Pinned!!!

  2. Hello,

    I am not familiar with desserts so.. this will be my first one. I want to try this tomorrow but I have two questions;

    Is it 1 tablespoon vanilla – extract or..?
    And what is the size of the cups I should use? I am from the Netherlands so our plastic cups are not the same size as American/Canadian cups…

    I am looking forward to your response and thank you for sharing this recipe:D

    • I used 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and for the measuring cups, I used a liquid 250ml cup for the whipping cream and dry measuring cups for everything else, ranging from:
      1 cup = 250ml
      1/2 cup = 125ml
      1/3 cup = approximately 80ml
      1/4 cup = approximately 60ml

      Also tbsp means tablespoon for the butter and sea salt. I hope that clarifies everything. Please feel free to email me back if you have any further questions. Thanks for visiting my site and have a wonderful day:)

  3. This tart is gorgeous. . It is definitely love at first sight for me and I am sure its gonna be love at first bite too.. I would love a large piece of that delicious tart, please.. 😉

  4. This is a dream!!! I have to try it!! 😀

  5. What a beautiful dessert …it looks heavenly!!

  6. So pretty and decadent! I too think mascarpone is too expensive, but a once in awhile splurge is worth it!

  7. This recipe looks delicious and fancy too (yet not too hard to make) 🙂 Can you please tell me about how many oreos you need to make get 2 cups of crumbs? Thanks!

    • Hi Valerie,
      I’m guessing about 10-15 cookies with the filling and you can omit the butter since the filling should make it sticky enough to press onto the tart pan. I buy my cookie crumbs pre-packaged, must be a Canadian thing bc I received a similar question for one of my other recipes. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy:)

  8. wow, this looks and sounds delish!

  9. This is the MOST gorgeous thing! It looks divine–I can’t wait to try it out myself!

    • Thanks Elizabeth! You and I have a lot in common, I too eat way too much sugar for my own good, but life is short, you need to enjoy right?

  10. Yum this looks amazing!! I want to eat the whole thing, thanks for sharing it with us!

  11. this looks so good!

  12. Lily, what a superb looking tart! I love everything about it and can’t wait to give it a try. Bookmarking this one for sure – thank you! Happy Fiesta Friday.

  13. Very yummy! I have bookmarked it for a future event! 😀

  14. Looks incredibly delicious, great pictures 🙂

  15. This tart sounds dreamy, like I won’t be able to stop at just one slice. 🙂 No bake desserts are great for hot days, and this one is a winner. Thank you for bringing this gorgeous tart to Fiesta Friday, and enjoy the party!

  16. Wowza, that is a brilliant tart Lily! Love the oreo crust idea 🙂

  17. Wow no bake chocolatey cake. …fabulous Lily…don’t even wish to wink away from this lovely treat. ..

  18. Wow, this recipe sounds and looks so good! I imagine this cake is very creamy and delicious…Thank you for sharing..;)

  19. Can a cake from Lily goes wrong:-)

  20. can you use graham cracker crumbs as a substitute?

    • yes, I don’t see why not, it will give the tart a different taste from the oreo cookie crumbs, but I think the flavors will still work together, thank you for your question:)

  21. Marscapone is one of my favorite ingredients to use in desserts. It gives it a little something something that makes it special. This looks so decadently delicious 😍

  22. Yum! This looks amazing! I am so wanting a piece of this right now!

  23. That looks incredible! Love the addition of salted caramel, that makes everything better! pinned

  24. This is beautiful and impressive! Thank you for the mascarpone link!

  25. WOOOOWWWW. Pinning this right away. Now I know what I need to be my first experiment into mascarpone. Oh my GOSH wow…

  26. No bake and rich dark chocolate. Sounds like the perfect dessert for summer to me. Thanks for sharing! Happy FF and have a wonderful weekend!

  27. This looks soo delicious! As does the hazelnut one. Which one to try first…

  28. Stunning! It really looks so delicious!

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