It starts with a wonderfully buttery sweet shortcrust pastry. You spread a little bit of spéculoos spread/ cookie butter on the base of this pastry shell and then fill the shell with chocolate ganache which , itself, has crumbled up cookies swirled through.
As a serving suggestion, Dorie recommends topping the tartlets with Greek yoghurt and sprinkling with a little shaved chocolate and cookie crumbs. I went a bit more rustic and used chocolate chips (what I had on hand) and large crumbles of cookies for a less refined look but my taste testers didn’t complain 😉
As you can see, the ganache is studded with lovely chunks of cookie although I might next time (because I will remember this recipe for a “next time”) bury the cookie pieces and press them into the cookie spread down the bottom of the tart for a more refined look (smoother ganache topping). But as I said, noone complained. These were perfect made in my little 4-inch mini tart pans – just the right size for one (or two if you’re generous!).
Get the recipe for Dorie Greenspan’s Cookies-and-Cream Tartlets on p180 of Baking Chez Moi.
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