Melt the dark chocolate. Broken the white chocolate.
- 1 Heat the custard in a small saucepan over a medium heat. When hot, stir in 100g white chocolate. Mix well until the chocolate has fully melted into the custard, then set aside to cool.
- 2 Spoon a little of the cooled custard into each tart case. Slowly melt the remaining 100g chocolate – I tend to do this in a bowl in the microwave, heating for two or three 10-second bursts.
- 3 Dip the strawberries into the melted chocolate, then place onto greaseproof paper to cool and set.
- 4 Decorate the strawberries with melted dark chocolate to create the ghost faces, then gently place the strawberry ghosts on top of the vanilla tarts.
Not very inspiring. Not recommended.
Good for kids, but otherwise terrible. Doesn't even have a recipe for the pastry. It's just custard with a bit of white chocolate. DO NOT MAKE IT.
Perfect for a quick easy pudding for kids tasty and simple to make a little too sweet but the kids didn’t complain
Boring, to sweet, waste of time, even though it doesn't take long to make.
Jaz The Cake Maker
The most boring and average thing ever
- Average per serving
- Calories 157.0kCal