I was really in the mood for a mousse pie, and had a huge batch of soaked and blended irish moss in the fridge. This made a huge batch, enough for 12 mini tarts and 1 full sized tart. The chocolate cashew fudge is my favorite but they're all delish. Enjoy!

Recipe Directions

For crust, mix thoroughly until a dough forms. Press into mini tart pans and full sized tart pans, preferably with removable ring. Refrigerate until firm or dehydrate 1 hour until a little drier and crumblier. Set aside. Reserve some crumbs for topping if desired.
For fruit fillings, blend soaked fruit, irish moss and vanilla with enough liquid to create a smooth mousse. Spoon onto crust and carefully smooth out, sprinkling with crumbs if desired Refrigerate 30-60 minutes until set. Slice and serve. Can be frozen, slice first!
For chocolate filling, warm cashew butter and cacao butter until soft and blend with other ingredients. Spoon onto crust and smooth out. This thickens very quickly and is very rich, so start slowly!
Enjoy!

Noelleloveshoney's Thoughts

I was really in the mood for a mousse pie, and had a huge batch of soaked and blended irish moss in the fridge. This made a huge batch, enough for 12 mini tarts and 1 full sized tart. The chocolate cashew fudge is my favorite but they're all delish. Enjoy!

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