type Dessert
servings 6 servings
preparation time 0:20 + cooling

It's always busy around the holidays here. We practically don't stop at home and we cook less than normally. If the holidays weren't enough, we also took a short vacation to Germany in beg-January. I might be posting some more German recipes whenever I feel like eating them again -- heavy stuff! This Tiramisu, however, was made during Christmas and I personally like it a lot. Though it looks super caloric, it feels very light (as long as you don't stuff your face, of course). So give it a try whenever you want something else than ice-cream for dessert!
Creamy layer
360ml double cream
350g mascarpone cheese
3 tablespoon caster sugar
Cookie layer
120ml cold espresso
75ml coffee flavored liqueur
14 sponge fingers
Cocoa powder
Dark chocolate (grated)
  1. Mix the mascarpone and sugar in a bowl until smooth. Whip the cream until thick and carefully fold/mix the mascarpone in it. Layer around a tablespoon of the cream in a dish.
  2. Mix the espresso and liqueur and deep the sponge fingers in it until just soaked. Layer them op top of the previously spread cream. Keep alternating between cream and sponge fingers layers.
  3. Top the dish with cocoa powder and dark chocolate.
  4. Cool it for at least 4 hours.

Posted by Thifa on Sunday, January 9, 2011
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  1. I love tiramissu!!! I think I'll try this one! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Rinny Says:
  3. Ooo this looks delicious! I love tiramisu - thanks for sharing the recipe!

  4. Sandi Says:
  5. This is a very nice and simple tiramisu! I look forward to trying it out!


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