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Peppermint Crisp Tart

By Michelle Thinnasagaren
Peppermint Crisp Tart
15 servings
  • 25 reviews

  • Difficulty Easy
  • Prep time 3 hrs 20 mins
  • Cooking time
  • Serves
    15
Ingredients

    380gm caramel condensed milk
    500ml cream
    35gm peppermint crisp chocolate (you'll find this in the international section or a South African shop) or  Aero bubbly mint
    1 packet of thin coconut biscuits (Tennis biscuits are best - find in the international section or a South African shop) / or Arnotts Nice biscuits, or any fragile biscuit (preferably square shaped)

Method

    Whip cream till thick
    Add caramel and mix well till combined.
    In a suitable dish (preferably square or rectangular) place a layer of biscuits - don't worry if there are small spaces in-between.
    Spoon a little bit of the caramel mixture over the biscuits to cover completely
    Grate a piece of the chocolate over caramel mixture.
    Repeat with layering biscuits, caramel and grated choscolate until finished, ending with a caramel & chocolate layer.
    Place in fridge to set for a few hours or overnight if you can.

     

    This recipe has not been tested by Chelsea Sugar.

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Reviews

Average Rating
525
(25 reviews)


Loved this recipe! Simple, easy to follow instructions, ingredients that are readily available in any supermarket and its was an instant hit with family and friends.

Its a very great recipe its easy to make doesn't take a lot of time and delicious

Easy peezy recipe! Tasted as I went and no doubt...it's going to taste amazing!

I want to make ths desert perfect n good tastes

Easy to make. Like it.

Cool recipe it was awesome

I had to do the recipe for a school project it was very nice.

No different to the original recipe.. How is this an adaptation?

Came out perfect :)

You can mix caramel..peppermint choc and cream together and spoon over biscuits..keep some chocolate to sprinkle over top

Good recipe

Great easy steps to follow.

Very well detailed and easy to make , i am so happy and excited to try this , thanks alot...♥️

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Easy to make and delicious

I changed it a bit...had too much of the mint crisp version. I used broken ginger biscuits which I added to the cream mix, I also used the ginger biscuit flavoured chocolate slab, which I grated over the top.
Ginger is one of my favourite things.

Best ever!! My absolute favorite sweet treat.

This was amazing.

Such a good recipe, it may look like a very sweet recipe, but actually it's not that sweet, and it sooooooooo yummy and so easy to make too. Doesn't necessarily have to be a mint tart, my mum is allergic to mint so she used a different type of chocolate.

This is delicious and also very easy to make.

Great recipe and easy to make.

I’m South African and this is my favorite variation of the dish. I usually only put the peppermint crisp on the top rather than in the layers.

I made this for my daughter-in-law and her father who are South African and it was a big hit. They were delighted.

Perfect! If you can't find Peppermint Crisp, you could also try Cadbury's new block of Milk Dark Delicate Crispy Mint. Works just as well and is ever so slightly less sweet.

Tried it, and it was absolutely delicious. I've added this recipe to my cook book and looking forward to making it again.

Amazing peppermint crisp tart recipe. Tastes like home.Great to know our traditional food is loved here in NZ too.Everyone who tastes this fall in love and ask for the recipe.
I will try the Arnotts Nice biscuits next time , but doubt that anything can beat a Tennis biscuit base.
Thanks for the the tip what to use instead and where to get it.

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