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Fast & Easy Tiramisu

Fast & Easy Tiramisu recipe
photo by:kraft
A 150-calorie dessert doesn’t have to taste like...well, nothing. It can taste like creamy, delicately layered tiramisu.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
4 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
1/23/2008
Easy to make - substituted regular coolwhip for the french vanilla one and it made it taste very rich!
posted:
1/4/2008
this was delicious.. however, next time i will use less cream cheese and instead more of the whipped topping.
posted:
12/28/2007
This was a hit! I made it to finish off an Italian dinner for my extended family. Everyone raved about it, and asked for the recipe. I did add rum, and used just strong coffee, but it turned out perfectly.
posted:
11/29/2007
This is a long-shot from the REAL AUTHENTIC tiramisu.
posted:
10/17/2007
I have made a lot of recipies off of this sight with very good results, but this one was a dud. I made no substitutions, and it tasted sour and was a little runny. Maybe it would be better with Low Fat Cream Cheese, not Fat Free. I don't even want to try it again, though.
posted:
9/19/2007
This recipe was delicious! Don't be afraid to put all of the coffee on, this added a lot of flavor. I also added a little vanilla to the cream cheese/whipped topping layer.
posted:
9/19/2007
I tried it with Splenda instead of regular sugar and it came out kind of sour. Not sure if I would make it again.
posted:
8/28/2007
This did not set and so my husband named it Tiramisoup. Not sure where it went wrong. The ladyfingers were hard to split and didn't seem to provide enough body to the dessert.
posted:
8/22/2007
I'm planning to make his recipe. I heard on TV this week that you can use Twinkies to make Tiramisu and it tastes the same as the Ladyfingers. If I can't find the Ladyfingers, I'm going to try that.
posted:
8/2/2007
I decided to try this recipe out after i viewed some of the comments people left online. It was fast and very tasty, my bf just love the dessert and he said it even tastes better than it looks. Well i guess it's a compliment to me. Everybody should try this recipe out. Highly recommended.
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