Did you know that Egyptians were the inventors of candy?

More than 3,000 years ago, the ancient Egyptians started to mix honey, figs and nuts to create the very first sweets in the world. During excavations in Egypt, archaeologists have found pictures and records that show what this early form of candy looked like and how it was cooked. Sugar was unknown at that time, so people used figs and honey as sweeteners instead.

Since the times of ancient Egyptians, people have come up with thousands recipes of sweets – cakes, marmalade, muffins, jelly….

But chocolate is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about candy, though it was first eaten by the Olmec people of Mexico. Made from cacao beans, chocolate has conquered the hearts (or rather mouths and stomachs) of millions of people.

Chocolate have always been popular. And while cooking a chocolate cake can be a quite complicated process, chocolate tartlets are quick and easy to prepare.

Tartlets are a fixture of corporate parties, social events and gatherings of friends. They are very easy to cook. They do not take up much space on the table and look very festive and tasty, but, most importantly, they are convenient to eat while standing. That means no dirty dishes and broken plates, making this the most convenient dish that you can imagine.

If you thought that cooking sweet tarts is difficult, let me assure you that it is actually simpler than you can imagine.

Following all steps specified in this no-bake chocolate tart recipe will guarantee that you please every sweet tooth.

Garnish these tarts however you like, with fresh berries or chunks of fruit, or simply leave them uncovered. You can make paleo fruit tarts, paleo pecan tarts or pretty much any other kind of tart you can think of. You can even make each tartlet a different color to make summer rainbow for your table.

Bon appetit to you and your loved ones!

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