Decorative Tarts

Mazel Tov! It’s a Girl….Sara is making a Bar Mitzvah this week…

I always enjoy sending something over for a simcha but if you are like me, you may have the same dilemma. You want to look generous…like a balabusta but you have at least two simchos each week to share in-presto-This idea is for you.

Prebake shells come in a variety of shapes and flavors .They are easy to fill (even a ten year old can do it) and fun to decorate. You can also coordinate fondant to match your color scheme.They are also budget friendly so you can afford to be generous. So… when you go to say Mazel Tov at your neighbors Kiddush you can be sure that your confections will be proudly displayed in the ladies section. Smile when you receive these compliments….but whatever you do …don’t give away the secret.

You will need:

  • Mini pre baked tarts such as Bakers Choice found in the baking aisle of grocery stores
  • Chocolate Filling
  • Fondant
  • Fondant molds and plungers

Ingredients for Chocolate Filling:

1 ¾ cup chocolate chips

2  Tbsp margarine

¼  cup karo syrup

2 T water

1 tsp vanilla

Directions for chocolate filling:

Melt the chocolate and margarine in a microwave or in  a double boiler. Add in the rest of the ingredients and mix well.




1-Create decorations using fondant molds and plungers.

 2-Carefully pour the chocolate mixture into the tarts.

  3-Place fondant decorations in the center of the tart before the chocolate sets.


You can also fill the tarts with custard and fruit.

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