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Berry Topped Chocolate Silk Tart

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The classic pairing of chocolate and berry shines with every bite of this glorious, out of this world Berry Topped Chocolate Silk Tart!

Berry Topped Chocolate Silk on a white basketweave plate

Berry Topped Chocolate Silk Tart

With only one of our children still in school, and that school being a university, our back to school routines don’t revolve around buying school supplies and packing lunch boxes. Instead, we have a big family meal before the big college send-off. And at our house, these sorts of family gatherings call for throwing a big slab o’ meat on the grill and finishing off the meal with a rich chocolate dessert. This Berry Topped Chocolate Silk Tart would be an ideal selection for my youngest chocoholic.

Overhead view of Berry Topped Chocolate Silk on a white plate

Celebrate with a Chocolate Tart

This tart was exactly how we love to end a special meal. I actually made this silky chocolate tart for a small dinner party I hosted in July. Even after a multi-course meal, the dessert plates were wiped clean! The berry topping was a delicious way to feature the sweet fruit of summer, but just a dollop of sweetened whipped cream would work well, too.

Berry Topped Chocolate Silk | Graham cracker crust filled with silky chocolate and topped with luscious glazed berries

Berry Topped Chocolate Silk Tart

The perfect dessert pairing of chocolate and berries!

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Yield 8 servings



  • 2 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 6 tablespoons melted butter


  • 8 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, chopped
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 1/3 cup half and half
  • 1/3 cup Kahlua
  • 2 sticks of butter (1 cup), at room temperature
  • 5 egg yolks
  • 3 tablespoons light corn syrup
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla


  • 2 or 3 1/2-pint containers of raspberries
  • 1-pint strawberries, halved or quartered
  • Seedless raspberry jam


  1. Preheat oven to 350º. Stir together graham cracker crumbs and butter till combined. Press mixture into bottom and halfway up sides of 9-inch springform pan. Freeze 15 minutes.
  2. Prepare the filling by combining chocolate, milk, half and half, and liqueur in a saucepan. Stir over medium heat until chocolate melts and the mixture is smooth. Gradually add butter, stirring till melted.
  3. Whisk egg yolks in a small bowl, then press through a sieve into a larger bowl to remove any chalazae (white parts). Gradually whisk warm chocolate mixture into yolks, then add corn syrup and vanilla. Pour filling into crust and bake till filling starts to bubble, about 15-20 minutes Cool on a rack, then refrigerate overnight.
  4. Carefully remove sides of springform pan. Arrange berries on top. Melt jam over medium heat, stirring frequently. Brush melted jam over top of berries.


!Recipe adapted from my friend, Catherine

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 slice

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 710Total Fat: 47gSaturated Fat: 27gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 17gCholesterol: 203mgSodium: 375mgCarbohydrates: 67gFiber: 12gSugar: 41gProtein: 7g


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53 comments on “Berry Topped Chocolate Silk Tart”

  1. Beautiful tart, the filling looks incredibly silky and I love the berry topping!

  2. Ohh, just one left in school–how exciting that must be! I’ve always wanted and meant to try silk pie, and I think I just will. Great share this week, Liz!

  3. I don’t even have my breakfast and I saw your photos, I wanna a little bit, so good ! Chocolat & strawberrys, what else? 😉

  4. Love the glimmer on both the tart and the berries! So tempting!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous – as usual, Liz! Love that you have a big party send-off for your college-bound kids -(

  6. Correction: =)

  7. Gorgeous! I bet it tastes pretty darn good too:@)

  8. It’s cool that you have a college send-off, and I bet your baking skills are legendary with your son’s friends! this tart is gorgeous!

  9. Now this is my knd of send off! This is the perfect choice for dinner todsy.

  10. Oh wow – that looks and sounds delicious! What a great way to send your son off to college! I’ll bet there are some other goodies packed away for him to take along as well. I guess this means summer is at it’s end when the kids are going back to school – sigh!

  11. Oh my goodness, I can’t get over how good this dessert looks! I wish I could get my hands on a slice…no wonder all of the plates were wiped clean when you served it – it sounds extraordinary!

  12. There is a very good chance that you will open your door and find my family — we need this in our lives!

  13. Wonderful Lizzy! I love berries!

  14. What a great send off for the college kids. I might have to steal your idea.

  15. This is such a beautiful tart. Chocolate and berries are my favorite combination for dessert – their flavors are perfect together. Such a great recipe for a special occasion!

  16. Yum, sounds fantastic Liz! There’s always room for THIS kind of dessert 🙂

  17. Liz you make the most beautiful desserts!! What a wonderful flavor combo and the filling looks like silky perfection! Thanks for sharing this stunning dessert!

  18. Wow this looks fantastic Liz! I’d like to be sent off to school with this dessert every school send off!

  19. You had me at ‘big family meal’ and then REALLY had me with the addition of Kahlua to this sinfully gorgeous tart! I would definitely wipe my plate clean…as well as the plates of those sitting near me!

  20. This look sinfully good!

  21. Obsessed with the jam on the strawberries. Never have thought of doing that!

  22. This is the kind of dessert I LOVE. What a great way to send someone off to college! Thanks for sharing with #SundaySupper.

  23. I love your idea of a college sent off dinner! Such a great way to get your whole family together before school starts!

  24. What a wonderful tart to celebrate with! It looks so good, thanks for sharing!

  25. You always come up with stunning desserts Liz!My kids would want this every day of the week!!Looks every bit delicious and aboslutely perfect 🙂

  26. Steak and a gorgeous berry silk tart sounds like a perfect way to celebrate the beginning of the school year! This is beyond gorgeous!

  27. Your back to school send off sounds perfect. Especially the dessert. As always this looks amazing and I am left wishing for a slice in front of me.

  28. As always, gorgeous gorgeous tart, Liz!!! Stunning!

  29. I would never leave home they way you bake!!! That looks so stunning!!

  30. Lovely dessert Liz. I love all those berries piled in the middle.

  31. Gorgeous as always! The chocolate silk pie sounds fabulous!

  32. I love your house-more and more I just want to be adopted by you lol

    this tart is gorgeous-love the silky chocolatey goodnessss

  33. My youngest just started college this year and he LOVES chocolate paired with Raspberry. He’s already at school a week early for a week long Freshman program, but he’ll be home for Thanksgiving. I think I’ll surprise him with this tart.

  34. This tart is gorgeous Liz! I love the addition of the Kahlua!

  35. Absolutely divine with the combo of silky chocolate filling and berry topping!

  36. I love chocolate silk and this tart certainly calls my name. What a wonderful university send-off treat!

  37. I meant to buy Graham Crackers while in the US but I forgot. I can just picture your family send-off meal with a big slab of steak and a rich chocolate dessert – that’s exactly what would be on the menu around here – ‘feed the man meat’ (that was a well known TVC here in Oz!) Love the look of this and it could almost be deemed health-food with all that fruit! xx

  38. It looks so luscious Liz! These shiny berries on top captured my eye!

  39. Another irresistible tart recipe! Looks wonderful!

  40. Liz, what a college send off indeed – what a gorgeous looking tart combining wonderful chocolate and fresh berries – the best!

  41. This pie is gorgeous! What a delicious send off!

  42. This tart looks perfect! You can’t go wrong with a little chocolate for dessert 🙂

  43. Gorgeous tart Liz! Can’t go wrong with this treat!

  44. How do you get your berries to look so tantalizingly delicious?! They pop out of the screen!!!

  45. My husband would go CRAZY over this. He’d probably take slices to work and call it ‘lunch’!

  46. I can certainly see why everyone’s plates were clean, your chocolate tart is pretty and delicious sounding.

  47. Lizzy,
    Just one question… Is there any left for me? I love that there’s no cool whip in the recipe.

  48. By chance will you be bringing any of your lovely and sensational dessert with you to IFBC?

  49. What a gorgeous tart, Liz! I don’t know how your children ever leave home if this is their send off meal dessert. I would never want to go!

  50. Wow, that looks completely luscious, especially those beautiful strawberries on top!

  51. This is so beautiful! I love the flavors of Kalua with chocolate! Must try this!

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