I baked it over the weekend and shared it with Mikey's family! Hopefully they liked it!
It started with a chocolate crust, that I made by hand. It was pretty easy to make. I saw a trick on tv about rolling out the crust dough in between two pieces of saran wrap so that it would be really easy to transfer to the tart pan. The recipe called to make mini tarlets, but seeing how I don't own mini pans, I used a normal size tart pan and it seemed to work.
After baking the crust, I got the filling, aka tons of chocolate, all cooked and ready. Oh did you just ask how many types of chocolate were used? Well four... there was cocoa powder in the crust, and then semi sweet chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate in the tart. Doesn't that sound awesome!?! Well it was! Since I used a larger tart pan, I had to extend the cooking time a bit, but I think it worked out. It turned out a lot thicker than I expected it would be, I would almost describe it more as a brownie texture than a creamy texture. That could have been because I extended the cooking time, but I wanted to make sure the eggs got cooked. I think it tasted wonderful!
Well that's recipe number two! If you want to make some yourself or see other's results, which might be better than mine, you can check out the recipe at the host's blogs Spike or A Whisk and a Spoon or you could pick up the cookbook!