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July 11, 2012

Coffee Creamer Pie

Coffee Creamer Pie ~ A.K.A. the Cremora Tart ~ dreamy creamy ! #CremoraTart #SweetPie

Creamy, don't you think..?  I can vouch for it - it is delicious, creamy, not too sweet and it tastes a lot better than the version in the supermarket.

I do not really drink coffee, and when I do, it's a nice cup of  "Milk-Coffee" or Iced Coffee. About a year ago, I saw this in various supermarkets as the CREMORA Tart. It certainly looked good but I thought I'd rather stick to something I know and like, than spending a fortune on treats which might end up as an early Christmas gift to the dogs...

Then, I actually did buy one, more out of curiosity as everybody talked about this amazing CREMORA Tart, and you know - one must keep up with the Jones' !

I liked it - then I found this recipe in a MOIRS booklet, made it myself - and yes, then I LOVED it ! The store-bought tart was not as creamy {think they used half of the required Milk powder to make a bigger profit .. what else?}

Coffee Creamer Pie ~ A.K.A. the Cremora Tart ~ dreamy creamy ! #CremoraTart #SweetPie

Coffee Creamer Tart

adapted from a MOIRS booklet

1 Box (175g) Oreos, crumbed
100ml Butter, melted

500g Cremora Coffee Creamer powder
250 ml Ice-cold Water
15 ml Rosewater (optional)
1 x 385g can Condensed Milk
200 ml Lemon Juice

Melted Dark Chocolate, Walnuts and Cherries to decorate  

1.) Mix the Oreo crumbs and the melted Butter - press into the bottom of a 20 x 30cm dish.
2.) Place the Cremora powder in a large mixing bowl and add the water, mix well - add the Rosewater, Condensed Milk and the Lemon Juice.
3.) Use an electric beater and beat for at least 5 minutes (the mixture will almost triple in volume) - pour onto the crust.
4.) Refrigerate at least 2 - 4 hours until set.

Decorate with Melted Dark Chocolate, Walnuts and Cherries. 

(A hot knife will make cutting much easier - keep a bowl with hot water close and dip the knife every now and then)




  1. I love no-bake recipes - especially in the summer. This sounds super delish!

  2. What a great concept, to use creamer! Love that idea!

  3. You had me at NO BAKE! sounds delish!
    New GFC and Linky follower :)

  4. Yummy...thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.


  5. Nice, that sounds pretty good! I 'll try it!
    block party

  6. I love that this is no-bake. What a great idea to use coffee creamer :) Thank you so much for sharing at All my Bloggy Friends this week!

  7. Yum! I've been on a no-bake kick lately. Would you share these at Sweet Saturday?

  8. You had me at coffee creamer....gorgeous! Thanks for sharing at Foodie Friends Friday.

  9. Wow this is an interesting recipe. Never seen anything quite like it, but it sounds really good. I'm definitely going to have to try it. Thanks for linking up on Foodie Friends Friday!

  10. Hi Linda,
    What a great tart, it looks beautiful and delicious. This will be a great summertime dessert. Hope you are having a great summer week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen
    A New Follower

  11. This looks so yummy!

    Mrs. Delightful

  12. This sounds heavenly and love the no-bake part. Thanks for sharing on Tout It Tuesday! Hope to see you tomorrow.

  13. Oh how I love this kind of dish - and no bake to boot! Looks wonderful. Thanks for linking up at Weekend Potluck.

  14. You always come up with the most different and amazing ideas! This sounds like so much fun and of course delicious:) Thank you for sharing at Freedom Fridays

  15. It's 104 here today...No bake is on the menu!

  16. What a great recipe. I love the idea of no-bake recipes. They are quick, easy and don't require heat! Thanks so much for sharing on Marvelous Mondays!


  17. My mom would die for this! Thanks for sharing on Southern Sundays!

  18. Congratulations! Your delishhh recipe is being featured on tomorrow's Southern Sunday. Hope to see you again this week!

    1. Thank you! I'll be there.
      Have a great day.


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