Desserts/ Fruits

No Bake Mango and Chocolate Tart

Hello my friends!

Today I will give you a recipe that you will enjoy, well… I hope so!

Here is my no bake mango and chocolate tart.

This tart will combine the subtle sweet taste of mango with a hinch of lime and the super yummy chocolate flavor .

The crust is made with crushed biscuits, melted butter and unsweetened cocoa. You can have almost any kind of biscuits for the crust. It’s actually very convenient when you don’t have time or the opportunity to go grocery shopping! Put whatever you have! 😉 For a vegan version of this no bake mango and chocolate tart, remplace the butter with coconut oil.

(Cake stand and plates by Degrenne)

For the mango curd I made a very similar version to my lemon curd, used in my meringue lemon pie. You can also make a vegan version with the curd used in my geometric tart recipe.

And finally you will add a delicious touch of chocolate whipped ganache … As far as decoration is concerned, small cubes of mango will be perfect. Here I added small Easter chocolate eggs. It almost looks like an Easter nest. 😉

You get it,  the recipe is quite simple, and you can make it in advance.

Talking about timing, keep in mind that you will have to start making the ganache in advance (if possible the day before).

The utensils:

A 22 cm pastry ring (here my De Buyer),

A bowl,

A hand mixer or a blender,

A piping bag and a star nozzle,

A sauce pan for the mango curd,

A whisk

And a  cranked service spatula.

You’re all set to start baking.

The recipe, Chef!

No Bake Mango and Chocolate Tart

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Serves: 8-10 Difficulty: Easy Price: $
Prep Time: 30 min Cooking Time: 10 min


  • 85 g crispy crepes (for the crust)
  • 180 g graham crackers (for the crust)
  • 80 g butter (for the crust)
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa (for the crust)
  • 350 g mango pulp (for the curd)
  • 1 lime (for the curd)
  • 2 eggs (for the curd)
  • 1 egg yolk (for the curd)
  • 50 g sugar (for the curd)
  • 60 g butter (for the curd)
  • 2 g gelatine sheet (for the curd)
  • 150 g liquid cream (for the whipped ganache)
  • 70 g dark chocolate (for the whipped ganache)
  • 1 teaspoon honey (for the whipped ganache)
  • Fruits (for decoration)



The day before, make the ganache.


Pour 40 g of cream in a saucepan. Add the honey.


Heat until it boils. Stop heating immediately.


Add the chocolate and mix.


Add the 110 g of cream, mix.


Place a clingfilm directly on the mixture so that there's no air remaining.


Set aside in your fridge for the night.


Crush the crispy crepes and graham crackers in a bowl. Add the cocoa.


Melt the 70 g of butter and add in the bowl. Mix.


Shape the crust in your mold.


Set aside in your fridge at least 30 minutes (more if possible).


Place the gelatine sheet into cold water.


Mix the mango pulp. Add the lime juice, sugar, eggs and egg yolk. Mix until you get an homogeneous mixture.


Pour in a sauce pan and warm up at medium heat while whisking. When the mixture thickens (after a few minutes), remove from the stove and add the butter. Mix.


Add the gelatine sheet, mix.


Pour on the crust.


Once your curd has cooled down, whip the ganache.


Place the bowl and whisk in your freezer for a few minutes.


When the bowl is cold, pour the cream inside and whisk for a few minutes. You should get a firm and compact ganache.


Garnish immediately your tart.


Add the fruits as decoration.

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  • Reply
    Friday April 10th, 2020 at 09:59 AM

    Elle est jolie comme tout dis donc !

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      Friday April 10th, 2020 at 11:13 AM

      merciiii !!

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    Friday April 10th, 2020 at 11:31 AM

    Bonjour, est-ce que c’est jouable de remplacer la mangue par de la framboise par exemple (en doublant la gélatine peut-être ???)
    Joyeuses Pâques

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      Friday April 10th, 2020 at 03:24 PM

      Bonjour Marie-Thérèse, oui c’est faisable en effet et ce sera top ! En revanche, si comme moi vous n’aimez pas les pépins des framboises, partez sur 700 g de framboises pour anticiper le poids en moins des pépins enlevés. Joyeuses Pâques !

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    Saturday April 11th, 2020 at 10:23 AM

    J’aimerai remplacer la gélatine par de l’agar agar (pour des collègues qui ne mangent pas de porc). Comment faire ?

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      Saturday April 11th, 2020 at 10:49 AM

      mettez 1/2 cuillère à café rase (soit 1 g) d’agar agar dans la crème de mangue dès le début de la cuisson. L’agar agar doit être porté à ébullition pour être efficace.

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    Thursday August 13th, 2020 at 02:59 PM

    Bonjour !
    Petite question : j’ai préparé ma ganache hier soir, puis-je faire le reste de la tarte demain après-midi ou est-ce mieux que je la prépare maintenant pour la déguster demain soir ?
    J’aurais dû faire la ganache aujourd’hui mais j’ai été décalée.. Merci d’avance ! je sens que je vais me régaler de toute manière

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      Thursday August 13th, 2020 at 03:33 PM

      Bonjour Alexandra,
      Oui pas de problème pour ne monter la ganache que demain. 😉 Bonne dégustation à venir !

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