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Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart with Raspberries and Lavender cream

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One way how I love to reward myself (after organizing 1,000 papers of data for my research study), is to make a homemade delicious dessert. Last week, I went to the Ashcombe Lavender garden maze with the Deakin Toastmaster members. While being surrounded by fresh scent of lavender, I remembered Fiona’s recipe in the second season of Master Chef and I knew I had to make her dessert as my reward.

Before I even took a bite out of this lovely treat, I just loved the lovely fragrance of the lavender when it is combined with the cream and dark chocolate Ganache. While I was eating the tart, I envisioned myself having high tea with delectable treats in a fancy and elegant café chatting with friends. (~ah, how I love to daydream :)). During these special moments, I always like to remind myself that a healthy diet with (exercise of course) can also include an occasional treat which makes eating healthy not so rigid and more enjoyable.

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Stressed is just desserts spelled backwards – Unknown quote.

For the recipe, please check out my second blog: Dark chocolate Ganache

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Author: Afrotastic

Budding Dietitian

5 thoughts on “Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart with Raspberries and Lavender cream

  1. these look delicious! We went for a traditional british cream tea a few weekends ago, and the place was offering lavender scones with lemon curd instead of the regular fruit scones with jam. They were divine, and now I am addicted to lavender!

  2. Love the styling! Looks so pretty, especially with the lavender sprigs. 🙂

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