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Easy Tiramisu

Easy Tiramisu recipe
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Our easy version of classic tiramisu lets you make the restaurant favorite at home. Get some coffee brewing—you'll need it—and let's talk.
20 min
4 hr 20 min
12 servings, 1/2 cup each
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I'm a bit of a tiramisu snob, hard to find one i enjoy....this was beyond my expectations! Has the flavor i love & is actually lighter. Loved it. Am making it for Easter - a double batch though!
This was a real hit! Made it for a dinner party and everyone loved it! I used the entire coffee mix (1/2 cup) for the 1st ladyfingers layer, so it would soak through...I made a second batch of coffe mix for the second layer of ladyfingers. I used Mascarpone Cheese for Tiramisu instead of Ricotta cheese and added 3Tbsp of Kahlua Liqueur. I'm making it again for Easter...By popular demand!
Absolutely loved it! Very addictive!! :)
This made us smile -- It was quick & simple and I had the ingredients on hand. My DH said it wasn't the best tiramisu he'd ever eaten but he'd certainly paid a lot for worse when we'd dined out!! LOL
This recipe was yummy...but more so the day after. I would recommend the following changes: use a bit less of the ricotta/whip cream mixture, and more soaked lady fingers (with more coffe!)Other than that it was a great alternative to the real thing! Will make again!
This was really delicious! All of my friends thought so too. What was really nice is that we live in a really small town and trying to find different ingredients like the traditional mascarpone cheese that this dessert usually takes is rather difficult and also very expensive. This was a totally successful and spot on substitute for one of my favorite desserts!
It tasted good but either it failed to mention or I didn't read that you need to use ALL the coffee mixture to make it moist. I substitued Irish whiskey for Kahlua and got lots of compliments.
I made this recipe for a special mother's day dessert and I have to say it was a big hit with the crowd. I will definitely keep this recipe in my recipe collection. It's simple, light, sweet and a perfect guilt-free dessert.
I would give this ten stars if I could! I made this dessert for the adults Easter Sunday. It was a huge hit. It is rich and very light at the same time.
I thought this recipe was very good. I used coffee liquor instead of regular coffee and it turned out really good. It was very easy to make and everyone enjoyed it. A little of this rich tasty dessert goes a long way.
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