We've all been there. You've spent the day at a mate's house. They lit a fire. They cooked a bunch of meat. The beers were cold. The wine was flowing. And then tragedy struck. They kinda just... wanted you to leave. Without dessert. 


Well, we won't let that happen. Not on our watch. 

For Heritage Day this year we are kindly offering up a Peppermint Crisp tart. I mean, not the actual tart. But we are offering a recipe. Not enough? What if I told you Rose Café koesisters will be available in all our stores this weekend too. Yeah. I know. 

So...here goes. 

What you'll need: (Serves 12) 

• 2 x 200g packs Tennis Biscuits
• Unsalted Butter
• 4 x 360g Cans Nestle Caramel Treat
• 750ml Whipping Cream
• 3 x 150g Nestle Pepermint Crisp Slabs broken roughly

What to do:

  1. Crush Tennis Biscuits until they become crumbs.

  2. Melt some butter and add to crushed biscuits. (Add enough butter for the crumb to form a biscuit base in your dish.)

  3. Pat biscuit base down into a serving dish.

  4. Refrigerate until biscuit base hardens.

  5. In a separate bowl, add caramel treat tins and whip to soften slightly.

  6. Remove biscuit base from fridge and gently smooth caramel over the surface.

  7. In a separate bowl, whip cream until stiff peaks form.

  8. When you're happy with the texture, mix Peppermint Crisp choc through cream, remembering to reserve some for topping.

  9. Add chocolate and cream mixture to the tops of the caramel.

  10. Working carefully, smooth out cream.

  11. Top with remaining Peppermint Crisp pieces and refrigerate for 30 mins, or until ready to eat.

And remember everyone: calories are free on Public Holidays. Everyone knows that.