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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Mini Chocolate Tarts

What to do with all of your left over Halloween chocolate candy??
Make mini chocolate tarts, of course! 
These were super easy for the kids to help with. My daughter had some friends over and they were practicing for Trick-or-Treating while waiting for the delicious treats to melt. 


Here's what you'll need.
1 box of mini-fillo shells (15 to a box) find them in the freezer section
mini candies - Rolos, Kisses, mini Peanut butter cups, chopped up Butterfingers,
Snickers, Milky Way, etc.
Garnish- Whipped cream, Cool Whip, marshmallows, nuts, more chocolate... just go nuts!
SPRINKLES!!!


Preheat the oven to 350 deg F.
You can place the frozen shells on a foil lined cookie sheet, or place them in a mini cupcake pan like we did.
Unwrap the candy and place them in the shells.
Bake for 5 minutes.
Using the back of a spoon, press down on the melted candy and flatten out the chocolate.
If you want to melt marshmallows on top, place the pan back in to the oven to soften the marshmallows or put them under a gas broiler to "roast" them.
Let cool for 5 minutes, so as not to burn your tongue and eat all warm and gooey.
Or let cool to room temperature to add whip cream.

Add toppings and decorate!


The girls (and adults) LOVED these mini tarts!
They were pop in your mouth good!
Easy and fast to make!
Uses up that Halloween candy, that you KNOW will be sitting there taunting you until Christmas!




You know you want some!
Enjoy!

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