Chocolate Barley Grass Tart | © 2018 | | © 2018 |

A luscious barley grass ganache and hazelnut einkorn chocolate tart crust is a match made in heaven. Deliciously creamy, refined-sugar free sweet and very easy to make too!

Chocolate Einkorn PastryBarley White Chocolate Filling
  • 150 g Einkorn flour
  • 50 g Hazelnut meal
  • 30 g Lightly alkalized cocoa powder
  • 60 g Erythritol granules
  • 120 g Chilled butter, chopped
  • 1 Large egg
  • 200 g White chocolate, chopped
  • 100 ml Coconut cream
  • 2 tsp Coconut oil
  • 2 tsp Barley grass powder
  1. To make the chocolate pastry, place the einkorn flour, hazelnut meal, cocoa, erythriitol and butter in the bowl of a food processor and process until it resembles dry breadcrumbs. Add the egg and process until mixture just comes together. Turn onto a work surface and shape into a disc. Cover with plastic wrap and place in the fridge for 30 minutes to rest.
  2. Preheat oven to 200C/400F. Roll pastry out on a lightly floured surface to a disc large enough to fit a 22cm tart pan with removable base. Trim the edges and place in the fridge for 15 minutes to rest. Line with baking paper and fill with pastry weights or dried beans. Bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes. Remove the paper and pastry weights and bake for a further 10 minutes or until pastry is cooked through. Cool the pastry on a wire rack while prepare the filling.
  3. Bring the cream to the boil in a small saucepan. Place the chocolate in a medium heatproof bowl. Pour the hot cream over the chocolate and stand for 3 minutes. Stir the chocolate mixture until smooth. Add in coconut oil and barley grass powder. Stir until smooth.
  4. Pour the filling into the crust. Chill for at least 4 hours or overnight until set. Dust with cacao powder if desired. | © 2018 | | © 2018 |


Abbe@This is How I Cook 15/3/18 03:49

This is a new one for me! Never have heard of barley grass! But this is so pretty Angie and perfect for Spring!

The Yum List 15/3/18 06:07

That's an unexpected combination.

Manu 15/3/18 10:12

Wow I love this color!
Thanks for sharing.

Shashi 15/3/18 11:14

Angie - you have outdone yourself! That Chocolate Einkorn Pastry with Barley White Chocolate Filling is not only gorgeous to look at but sounds perfect indeed!

Amrita Roy 15/3/18 11:22

I would say this is a unique flavour

GreedyEats 15/3/18 14:54

Wow! I am sure this tart is as delicious as it looks! Thanks fro sharing this lovely and healthy recipe. I am saving this.

Catherine 15/3/18 16:00

Dear Angie, This is a beautiful tart for the Easter season. xoxo Catherine

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 15/3/18 17:05

I've never heard of barley grass powder! Your recipes are always so unique and healthy, Angie. They look beautiful too!

Tricia Buice 15/3/18 17:50

I had no idea you could buy Barley grass powder - how fascinating! This is beautiful Angie and no doubt delicious :)

GiGi Eats 15/3/18 17:52

That white chocolate filling has me swooning HARDDDDDDD cause white chocolate has ALWAYS been my favorite!

2pots2cook 15/3/18 18:04

Wow! Barley grass it extremely healthy and this is such a perfect healthy twist to have with chocolate ! Thank you so much for this lovely idea !

No Spoon Necessary 15/3/18 20:00

Oh WOW, Angie!!! You always have the best flavor profiles, and this tart is no exception! It's so unique and absolutely gorgeous! This would be a show stopper and crowd pleaser for sure!!

Liz Berg 15/3/18 22:49

Such a wonderful dessert for St. Patrick's Day! I have never heard of barley grass powder, but just a wee bit makes such a brilliant green color!

Sue/the view from great island 16/3/18 02:18

This is mind blowing ~ I adore the color, and that alone makes me want to make this, even though I haven't a clue what barley grass is!!

Christine Ho 16/3/18 14:34

The combination of this tart is so new to me. It looks so tempting, Angie!

Pam 16/3/18 16:40

I've never had a tart like this! So unique and delicious.

Evelyne CulturEatz 16/3/18 17:41

Whatttt? That is so cool! Barley grass powder is new to me. Love this pie and perfect for St-Patrick.

Jean | 16/3/18 18:15

Angie, I was right there with you on the pastry. Then you blew me away with the filling! I have no idea what the filling would taste like with the addition of the barley grass, but I am intrigued to try it.

Judee Algazi 16/3/18 18:43

I've added barley grass to my smoothies, but have never baked with it. This sounds absolutely wonderful and the green color is perfect for St. Patrick's Day-

Evolve With Mary 16/3/18 18:55

I’ve never seen a green tart before but I already love it. Barley Grass Ganache gets me all kinds of excited. I love that you avoid refined sugar in your recipes. Have a great weekend Angie :)

Louise (Cooking with kids) 16/3/18 23:50

I've never heard of barley grass but this tart looks truly amazing! Thanks for sharing this

Nammi 17/3/18 04:55

wow, nice green. very new and unfamiliar ingrediants today :) have a nice weekend

Nava K 17/3/18 07:06

I must hail this invention of yours Angie. How can I not be tempted? Recipe is definitely a keeper.

Gloria Baker 18/3/18 02:35

this chocolate tart looks absolutely awesome and delicious Angie!!
Love it!!!

Monica 18/3/18 04:23

This was perfect for St. Patrick's Day. What a striking color and a great way to eat more green. ; )

Rafeeda AR 18/3/18 08:26

Never heard of barley grass! I always find your recipes and ingredients very intriguing and this chocolate one is no different... sounds really delicious...

Jeff 18/3/18 10:41

You should open a restaurant! This looks so delicious. And it's so St. Patrick's Day green!

Velva 19/3/18 01:37

Wow. This is really quite beautiful. Love the ingredients that you bring together to make something out of the ordinary, extraordinary.
Hope Spring is coming your way soon.


Tisa Jacob 19/3/18 03:29

Chocolate and barley grass...sounds so interesting.

All That I'm Eating 19/3/18 17:14

I love the look of this! What a great colour, I could just go a slice of this now!

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 19/3/18 19:12

Angie, just like everyone else...I have never heard of Barley grass powder, but the Chocolate Einkorn Pastry Crust sure has gotten my attention. Love the filling with the White chocolate coconut cream combo. It all ties together really well!

Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 20/3/18 01:03

I've never heard of barley grass - makes such a pretty green tart!

mjskit 20/3/18 04:04

WOW! What a totally unique and creative tart! Chocolate and barley grass - only you could come up with something like that. As beautiful as it is it just has to be good! Thanks Angie for something totally new.

Cecilia Gunther 20/3/18 12:52

Making a tart with grass! I am a grass fed farmer so naturally I LOVE this idea! Have a good one! c

Nancy Chan 20/3/18 16:03

Sounds interesting and looks good!

grace 20/3/18 17:13

barley grass doesn't sound like something that would be appetizing, but you've created something really appealing with it!!

Pam 20/3/18 19:06

Sounds perfect for Easter, Angie! Barley grass powder is new to me also. You come up with great recipes, thanks!

Alida 20/3/18 22:21

Wonderful! And I love the colour. I am going to look up for barley grass. Very interesting recipe Angie. Hope you are having a nice week.

GiGi Eats 21/3/18 00:37

White chocolate is one of my very favorite things - that I really have yet to master in the kitchen. I need and want to change this badly! Perhaps that should be next week's recipe!

Kitchen Riffs 21/3/18 01:20

This is definitely springtime on a plate! SO creative. Not to mention pretty. And I'll bet it tastes even better. Thanks!

Priya 21/3/18 14:37

I wish i could make this without egg... Any idea about the alternative ??

Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 21/3/18 14:49

Barley grass! Another unusual ingredient to try. The colour looks amazing against the chocolate pastry.

fimère .b 21/3/18 19:28

je ne connais pas la poudre d'herbe d'orge ça ne peut être que bon ta tarte est magnifique
bonne soirée

Pola & Cleme 21/3/18 20:01

Hi Angie! Look very delicious this tart! Kisses

tigerfish 23/3/18 00:59

I like that chocolate pastry crust, just so different from the traditional tart crust. New to barley grass powder. I thought it was matcha powder when I looked at the picture


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