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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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I actually MADE this dessert, and FOLLOWED the instructions like it said. It turned out great, was a big hit for my boyfriend, and I will most likely make it again.
This sounds like an excellent, simple dessert. Cutehony, sounds like you don't use cream cheese very often in recipes. Most recipes using cream cheese direct us to soften it....this recipe does! I can give you one the recipe & directions before you start. It helps in avoiding ruined recipes.
This recipe turned out completely bad for me. Cream cheese isn't an easy thing to blend/mix/beat. I found out later on that it's much better to soften the cheese before attempting to use. I am in love with Tiramisu, but this recipe made the consistency chunky, that I doubt I will attempt to make a delicious dessert like this on my own. I was very disappointed.
I work at an assited living facility and I did a video tour of Italy with my residents. I made 2 9x13 pans of tiramisu and they were both gone! I really enjoy making it since it is so easy and apparently others really enjoy it. Keep up the good work and the great recipes!
Made this for family get togethers a few times and they have not quit asking for it again. Very easy and delicious. Lady fingers sometimes hard to find. Use Angel Food cake. It works great too!
Made this for Easter Sunday and my husband loved it! Has been asking for it again. Unfortunately, I could not find ladyfingers just before Easter, so I made an angelfood cake and substituted. Still excellent.
This was a little time consuming but really worth it. Everyone enjoyed it. I used the almond extract and it was great
I made this for my Bible study, it was a huge hit. I had to substitute Nilla wafers since I couldn't find lady fingers anywhere in town, but it was still excellent!
This tiramisu was soooo good, and seemed to get better and better each day until it was gone. I can't wait to make it again! Ladyfingers were too hard to find so I made my own.
YUM, YUM. And so easy! I made it for a group of friends and they all wanted the recipe. I will definitely make it again.
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