Oreo Peanut Butter Tart

 

So last week was a bit hectic; with my bub starting to crawl. Any new parent can tell you that its a major leap in the growth of a bub, but at the same time its a nightmare too  so what better way of beating the stress than a Oreo peanut butter tart.

It is a simple no bake egg-less recipe. It takes two hours to set and its definitely not for diet watchers. But the creamy texture of the peanut butter combined with the crunchy Oreo bits is added bonus.

For the Base:

  1. Oreo’s Dark chocolate : 1 Packet
  2. Butter softened: 1 cup

Mix the crushed Oreo’s into the butter with your hands and line a 9 inch tart pan to the sides and refrigerate for thirty minutes.

For the Filling:

  1. Peanut Butter : 1 cup
  2. Crushed Oreo’s: 1 cup
  3. Softened Butter: 1/2 cup
  4. Milk at room temperature: 20 ml

Mix the Peanut butter and milk with an electric beater at low setting. Add butter and crushed Oreo alternately and beat only for a few seconds. Don’t over-beat it since we want the crushed Oreo’s to give a bit of crunch. If you want more crunch then u can add any digestive biscuits slightly crushed. Just add them with a spatula. Take out the tart pan with base and check if its set. Fill the center with the filling and add Oreo’s on top. Sprinkle some Hershey’s sauce, for extra chocolate kick and a few berries of your choice. Refrigerate the tart for another 1.5 hours to set. And voila your Oreo Peanut butter tart is ready.

Make sure to serve it directly from the fridge to your guests; since the tart has a lot of butter in terms of peanut butter and everyday use white butter it will start to melt int he heat if kept outside for too long. It will taste like a reach creamy ice-cream at the right temperature.

 

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