Caramel Nut Tart Recipe

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It tastes like a mouthful of happiness. No really, it’s that good. The first time I tried this caramel nut tart it was love at first bite. The make-shift crust is baked to perfection and the chocolate on top adds some crunchiness to the sweet creamy caramel underneath it all. This must be what heaven tastes like!

Here Is The Step By Step Process of Caramel Nut Tart Recipe


  • Condensed milk 400g
  • Crushed mixed fruit nougat 1 cup
  • Butter 1 cup
  • 3/4 eggs
  • Pure vanilla extracts 1 tsp.
  • Icing sugar ¾ cups.
  • All-purpose flour 1 ¼ cups
  • Fresh cream 1/3 cups
  • Chopped milk chocolate ¾ cups.


STEP 1: Take a Pan and add 4 – 5 cups of water, let’s leave it until it boils, now take a bowl and put it on the top of the boiling pan, pour a cane of condensed milk and simmer it for about 3 – 4 hours, your Carmel fudge is ready.

STEP 2: Take a bowl and add 1 cup of chopped butter, ¾ cup of icing sugar, beat it properly until the ingredients become well mixed. Add ¾ part of the egg and 1 tsp. of pure vanilla extract, let’s beat them again. Finally,, add 1 ¼ cups of all-purpose flour and give it a mix with your hands, your dough is ready.

Make sure to refrigerate the dough for about 1 hour before baking, after refrigerating Take a roller and roll it properly, place it in a regular pie pan and bake it for about 30 – 40 minutes on 180 C.

STEP 4: Put the pan on a flam and add 1/3 cup of fresh cream, just warm it a bit don’t boil it, now mix it with ¾ cups of chocolate.

STEP 5: Take your tart and spread some caramel fudge, pour some creamy chocolate on the top of the fudge, and garnish it with some Crushed mixed fruit nougats.

STEP 6: Refrigerate for about 2 – 3 hours your delicious Caramel nut tart is ready

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