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Make-Ahead Tiramisu

Make-Ahead Tiramisu recipe
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Reduced-fat cream cheese and whipped topping make this luscious Make-Ahead Tiramisu easy to prepare—and under 150 calories per serving!
time
prep:
20 min
total:
24 hr 20 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
12/19/2005
I doubled the coffee and completely covered the cookies. Next time i think I will chop up the cookies in the food proccessor so I can get a better layer. The recipe is super quick to make. Not the best, but is still good.
posted:
12/18/2005
This was SO easy and tasted wonderful. I will defintely make this again. I used "whipped" cream cheese for a lighter texture.
posted:
12/13/2005
I've made traditional tiramisu with mascarpone and ladyfingers, and this just doesn't live up to the real thing. My husband called it "substandard" and I thought it was just horrible. I wanted to give it one star, but since my hubby was still able to eat it, I'm giving it two stars. Do yourself a favor and make it the traditional way.
posted:
12/7/2005
When I made this recipe, I made it in a 9 x 13 pan and used a little more vanilla wafers. I doubled the rest of the ingredients. It is better the longer it stays in your refrigerator, because the wafers get softer. I have had this in many restaurants at very expensive prices, and this recipe stands up to the best I have eaten.
posted:
12/7/2005
My 11 year old daughter and I made this togther. It was simple enough for her to follow the directions. Everyone enjoyed the recipe!! Very yummy!
posted:
12/6/2005
Great recipe and taste! It is very easy to make and you dont worry too much about the calories. Enjoy!
posted:
11/30/2005
Someone didn't actually ruin a dessert with Splenda. Why have dessert if you aren't going to do it right. Just eat in moderation. If you are diabetic, I know you can plan for dessert. That is why people keep getting fatter, they think substitutes in the answer for over eating. I am going to try, but use expresso and sugar and I think it will be great. I never thought of using vanilla wafers rather than ladyfingers, but they would have the correct texture and certainly easier to keep on hand.
posted:
11/29/2005
I have made this recipe several times, and everyone loves it. Instead of using coffee, I use French Vanilla Cappachino. It is also a very quick dessert to make.
posted:
11/29/2005
This is yummy and so easy to fix! I used a really heaping tablespoon of coffee and added a tablespoon of coffee liqueur. I substituted Splenda™ for the confectioners sugar. The second time I made it, guests were coming to dinner, and I divided the mixture and Nillas among some miniature dessert bowls. Everyone raved about it!
posted:
11/16/2005
You really should use strong coffee it comes out better
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