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VEGAN Halloween bake: 4 - 'Spiders-web' no bake cookies and cream white chocolate tart

Well shit, can you believe that this is my final Halloween bake? I’ve had so much fun getting creative with these bakes over October, although free-handing this chocolate ghost was a lot more technical than I thought it would be loool

This is a no bake tart I made last week: so no oven required - just a tart tin, a fridge and in the words of Take That, a little bit of patience.


  • 1 packet brownie Oreos

  • 1 packet normal Oreos

  • 100g vegan butter

  • 300ml full fat tinned coconut milk

  • 300g vegan chocolate

  • 1tsp vanilla paste

  • 2tbsp golden syrup

  • pinch of salt

  • Bar of vegan white chocolate


  1. Blitz up your Oreos into crumbs (you can do this in a food processor or beat the granny out of them in a sandwich bag).

  2. Place the Oreo crumbs into a large bowl.

  3. Melt down your vegan butter in the microwave and mix it into the Oreos.

  4. Press your Oreos into your tart tin, making sure you cover the bottom and have enough around the edge so the tart won’t leak.

  5. Gently heat your coconut milk on a low heat until it starts to steam (never boil coconut milk, it’s nasty boiled)

  6. Break up your vegan chocolate into a heatproof bowl . Once your coconut milk is warm, pour it over the chocolate and leave it to stand for 3 minutes.

  7. Stir it all together and add your vanilla, salt and golden syrup.

  8. Pour your ganache into your Oreo crust and pop it in the fridge for 10 minutes.

  9. Now this was my first time attempting a spider-web - I’m my own worst critic but I just know I could have done this better - but here’s where you can have fun and freestyle - I melted down the vegan white chocolate and used a toothpick to make the spiderweb, I free-handed the ghost and popped some eyes on it, and I had a cute lil silicone mould for the Halloween chocolates.

  10. Pop your tart back in the fridge for about 3-4 hours.

  11. After it’s chilled down- enjoy! This would be sooo good with some raspberry sorbet.

Love, Soph x

I hope you love this recipe. Please let me know if you make it and tag me/send me any pictures of your creations! (@slaudus_eats) Feedback is always appreciated!

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