I tasted this at our dinner club the other night and my oh my it was a conversation-silencer…until we all interjected with questions of how it was made! “Is that it, just yoghurt, condensed milk and a biscuit base? Seriously?” was the prominent question. Said with an incredulous expression of course. So yes, it really is that easy! I have made it twice since dinner club so it’s tried and tested. Another alternative is to bake it for 20 minutes at 180°C instead of microwaving it, in case you don’t have a microwave or don’t wish to use one.
Condensed Milk Tart
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 4 minutes
- Total Time: 24 minutes
- Yield: 1 tart 1x
An absolute crowd silencer – what’s more, it’s made with very few ingredients and very little time!
- 1 tin condensed milk
- 2 cups plain or vanilla yoghurt (full cream tastes the best!)
- 1 packet tennis biscuits
- 100g butter, melted
- Fruit of your choice to decorate with (I used Kiwis but strawberries are great too!)
- Crush the biscuits until they are just crumbs, add the melted butter and mix through
- In a round tart / pie dish, press the biscuit mixture firmly into the base of the dish. Place in the freezer for 5 minutes so the base can harden.
- In a large bowl, mix the condensed milk and yoghurt together until well combined.
- Take the biscuit base out the freezer and pour the mixture on top. Place the tart in the microwave (yes, the microwave!) for 4 minutes on high and then place in the fridge and allow to set for a few hours (overnight is best!)
- Serve with a fruit of your choice such as Kiwis or Strawberries or both! 🙂
Is the time for oven correct, 20 minutes?
Do I have to wait for it to cool off before I put into fridge?
Is it possable to make the condensed milk tart in oven not into the microwave?
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