Vegan Chocolate Pecan Tarts – Easy and No-Bake 

Today is International Chocolate Day, and we love chocolate. So here is our favorite vegan chocolate tart recipe that even non-vegans rave about.

It’s so easy, no baking required, give it a try and let us know what you think!!!

8 servings



1/2 cup             raw pecan halves

1/4 cup             hemp hearts or raw almonds

1/2 cup             shredded coconut

1 Tbs                 coconut sugar

1 Tbsp               coconut oil



10                        dates (soaked in warm water for 15 minutes)

2 Tbsp                coconut oil

1/2 cup               coconut milk



1/2 cup            dark chocolate chips or pieces*

1 Tbsp              coconut oil

1 cup                pecan halves



Put all the crust ingredients in a high-powered blender or food processor and mix on a medium speed until it comes together.

It should have a mealy texture, don’t over blend.



Press the crust mixture in to 9″ tart pan.

Next, mix the filling ingredients at a high-speed in your blender or food processor.

You may have to scrape down the sides a few times. Try to get it as smooth as possible Spread the mixture evenly in the tart pan.



Put the chocolate and coconut oil in a pan.

Melt them together, carefully on a low heat.

Pour the chocolate mixture on top of the tart.

Place the pecan halves on top of the melted chocolate.

Put the tart in the freezer to chill for 30 minutes before serving.



Sue Taggart

As a child growing up in Kent “The Garden of England”, I thought that every family grew their own vegetables. I would help my grandfather in the garden and loved pulling potatoes and carrots out of the soil. These early experiences have given me a great appreciation for where our food comes from and a discerning palette for fresh, seasonal produce. As an avid reader, writing and storytelling is a passion that has only deepened over the years together with a growing concern for the health of our oceans and planet. We are facing serious issues with climate change and the clock is ticking…so it’s up to all of us to nurture and protect our home planet.