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9 fridge-only chocolate dessert recipes for when you’re just too tired to bake

We need chocolate, and we need it now.

by: Katy Rose | 27 Apr 2020
 
no bake chocolate desserts

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After weeks of home-baked bread loaves, banana bread and even hot cross buns, some of us are a bit bored of baking. So what can be done when you’re craving chocolate but can’t be bothered to fire up the oven? 

We have 9 no-bake chocolate recipes that will set in the fridge for easy, fuss-free dessert solutions.

1. Chocolate ganache tart

A rich, dark chocolate tart with a biscuit base. Easy peasy. 

no-bake salted chocolate tart recipe



2. Chocolate and Easter egg fridge tart

If you have any leftover speckled eggs, this is the recipe for you.  

chocolate Easter egg fridge tart



3. 5-ingredient chocolate Peppermint Crisp fridge cake

This needs no introduction.

peppermint crisp tart



4. No-bake gluten-free chocolate mousse tart

Gluten-free and low carb – almost too good to be true! 

5. No-bake caramel, walnut and chocolate tart

A favourite among the Food24 team, this decadent fridge tart is always a winner. 



6. Fudgy chocolate and Marie Biscuit squares

A simple recipe with great results!

 fudgy chocolate and Marie Biscuit squares



7. No-bake salted chocolate tart

We love this recipe for its liberal use of Maldon salt. 

8. Chocolate orange tarts

Dark chocolate and orange is a classic after-dinner treat.

9. No-bake Nutella squares

Make these in small squares for an afternoon teatime treat. 


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