I don't cook or bake very often but I can't resist stocking up kitchen utensils, especially when I come across cute tartlet molds such as these and the ones that I used for soft chocolate and strawberry tart. These are the molds that I found in Taipei, and I'm sure that there will be a lot more out there, waiting for me to bring them home. :-P

Anyway, I baked these tartlets for TWD this week. The recipe calls for raspberry but I could only get strawberry from the markets near where I stay. The chocolate ganache is easy to put together, and it tastes great with strawberry too!

If you want to give the recipe a try, head over to Rachelle's blog!

10 Comments:

Kitchen Corner said...

These tartlet molds really special and nice! It presented the chocolate tart much delicious!

Clivia said...

A collection of molds - how lovely. These tarts are gorgeous!

Jennifer said...

I just love the shape of your tarts! They look amazing!

Sorina said...

This is just beautiful. Awesome Post!

Jencrafted said...

How adorable. I always look forward to visiting your site on Tuesdays - great photography and food styling as always!

Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" said...

Thanks for baking along with me this week, and stopping by my blog! Your tarts are adorable, and I have to say I must get me some ini tartlet tins, they are such a big hit! =)

steph- whisk/spoon said...

they are so cute! i have a soft spot for kitchen utensils, too...my cupboards and drawers are packed!

Susan said...

Too cute! I am sure this was great with strawberries instead of raspberries!

The Food Librarian said...

These are too darn cute to eat. Well, I guess I could eat one and leave one to admire. Until I got hungry again. Your tarts are perfect.

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Looks like a nice dessert. Thanks for providing a recipe. Your blog is great.