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Fast & Easy Tiramisu

Fast & Easy Tiramisu recipe
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A 150-calorie dessert doesn’t have to taste like...well, nothing. It can taste like creamy, delicately layered tiramisu.
15 min
4 hr 15 min
12 servings
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Made this for my diabetic daughter, who loves triamisu. We loved it. Used Nilla Wafers since we couldn't find Ladyfingers and used low fat cream cheese. Making it again this weekend.
As written, not a winner for me. BUT... if you just change it up a bit, it easily becomes five stars. First, please consider using low-fat (not non-fat) cream cheese. It adds a few calories, but is well worth every one of them in taste and texture. Also, be sure to add some almond extract. You will miss it if you don't. And I've made this several times with my changes and this last time I didn't have lady fingers or pound cake (a great alternative to LF's) but I did have Nilla Wafers and decided to use them Wow! What a great flavor. Once soaked in the coffee, they soften and add a great texture and taste!
I have a feeling this recipe should be for a smaller pan. When I use the 13x9 pan, there's too much space between the Ladyfingers and not enough of the cream cheese mixture for two layers. I tried not to use much for the bottom layer, but you almost have to in order to make the Ladyfingers stop moving. I do like this recipe, but it should be for a smaller amount.
So easy and so good!My whole family loved it!
I love making traditional Tiramisu - complete with the from-scratch custard and marscapone cheese. However, my husband and I just joined Weight Watchers and I thought that was gone forever. Kraft Foods to the rescue! I can't wait to try this (WITH the liquors added). And at only 4 points per serving I can see it becoming a go-to dessert. THANKS Kraft Foods!
this recipe is fantastic but I have not messed with ladyfingers for cant ever find them. My solution is to use pound cake, sarah lee is the best, slice it as thin or think as you like, I soak it in the coffee then place it...its easy and sooo good
This was quite good, quick and easy to make. The only thing I did differently was add anise extract to the cream cheese mixture. The anise flawor gave it quite a nice taste along with the coffee flavoring.
i love tiramisu
I would definitely recommend adding both vanilla and almond extract to the cream cheese mixture. The non fat cream cheese gives this desert a chalky taste. I also added a little nutmeg to the cream cheese mixture. I am all about making healthy versions of classic recipes we all know and love. The trick is to balance healthy with taste. It doesn't matter how healthy something is if you can't get anyone to eat it. I was very pleased with how easy this recipe was and I will definitely make this doctored up version again.
This receipe should specify to buy soft ladyfingers. I did not know there were hard and soft ones. I bought hard ones and found out you can not split them. Had to go back to the store to find soft ones after searching the internet only to find out soft ones were available.
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