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Food blogger Leona Buys shares a decadent Peppermint Crisp Tart recipe

Impress your guests this festive season with a classic South African dessert from Leona Buys. Peppermint Crisp Tart is quick, easy and oh-so-yummy!


½ can of Caramel Treat

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250 ml whipping cream

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 Peppermint Crisp chocolate

½ packet Tennis Biscuits

(Makes 6 servings, about 260cal per




  • Whip the cream (if it is a little chilled

it whips easier and you can use a

food processor or hand mixer for

this part).

  • In a separate bowl, whip the

Caramel Treat and vanilla. Then fold

the Caramel Treat gently into the

whipped cream.

  • Crush your biscuits to desired


  • Chop the chocolate bar into small


  • Start layering your serving glasses.
  • First start with a cookie layer, then

add the cream/caramel mix, then a

sprinkling of chocolate.

  • Keep layering in that order two or

three times.

  • Refrigerate and serve.


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