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Cremora Tart

This is a very easy recipe, and takes about 20min to make and half hour to an hour to set.  All the ingredients you can keep for a while so the perfect tart for those unexpected guests.  This is my grandmothers “flop free all ingredients in the home” tart when we pop in.  She uses fridge water though… but all other recipes other than her’s use hot water {which makes more sense for the powder to dissolve better}  she is 83 years old, so we’ll excuse her 😉 which ever you prefer they both work! {the rest of the recipe is hers though}
cremora tart
2 cups Cremora powder {coffee creamer}
1 cup Hot water
1 {200g} packet Tennis Biscuits 
100 g Butter
1 {385g} can condensed milk
3/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
Mix the Cremora powder and the water together till well mixed and leave to cool in the fridge.
 
Crush the biscuits and mix well with the butter to form a crumble mixture {I find it easiest to put the biscuits in a bag and crush them using a wooden spoon}.
cremora tart
 
Line a pie dish {or individual containers} with the crumb mixture and place in the refrigerator.  
Remove the Cremora mixture from the fridge and add the condensed milk and mix well.
 
Now slowly add the lemon juice and mix well {you will see that this thickens the whole mixture}.
 
Remove the Pie dish from the fridge and pour over the Cremora mixture.  
 
Allow it to refrigerate for about a hour before serving.
 
cremora tart
 
Top with some biscuit crumbs, lemon rind or leave as is.
 
It can be served as a dessert or as a tart with tea.

One Response to “Cremora Tart”

  1. Mmmmm! E monati byana!

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