Preparation: 20 minutes

Setting: +- 2 hours/overnight


8-10 portions (Although it all depends on the size of the bowl used and the serving size)


  • 1x tin of Nestle Caramel Treat
    • R31.99 a tin
  • 2x Packets of Bakers Biscuits Tennis Biscuits (You could use 1 packet depending on the size of your bowl)
    • R14.99 a packet
  • 500ml Clover Fresh Cream
    • R46.99
  • 2x Bars of Cadbury Mint Crisp Chocolate
    • R24.99 a slab
  • 125g Mister Sweet Speckled Egg
    • R25.99


Step #1

Decant your caramel treat along with around 100ml of your cream into a mixing bowl. 

Step #2

Combine and mix lightly with an electric mixer or whisk till smooth

Step #3

In a separate mixing bowl, whip up the fresh cream (with an electric beater or whisk) until soft peaks start to form and the consistency becomes thicker

Step #4

Combine the whipped fresh cream with the caramel treat and mix for 2 minutes or until smoothly combined

Step #5

Choose the bowl you are going to set and present the dish in (I suggest a square/rectangle shaped dish for obvious reasons...seeing as the tennis biscuits are square!) 

Line the bottom of the dish with a layer of tennis biscuits

Step #6

Grate your mint chocolate and put it to the side. Handy tip: Watch my Youtube video (Linked at the top of this post) which shows you the BEST part of the grater to use to get the desired results.

Step #7

Pour a layer of the caramel cream mixture on top of the tennis biscuit layer until it is completely covered

Step #8

Cover this mixture in a layer of grated mint chocolate

Step #9

Repeat steps 5-8 and do it all over again! Depending on the size of your bowl, you could repeat the process another time too. My bowl was not that deep so I managed to complete two yummy layers.

Unofficial Step #10

Cover with Cling Wrap and leave to cool in the fridge for a minimum of 2 hours. If you would like to ensure 100% setting, leave it overnight. That is, if you can contain yourself.

EASTER TIP: Sprinkle those Speckled eggs on top of your set tart to add a colourful burst of Easter Inspired colour 


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