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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!
20 min
24 hr 20 min
12 servings
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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.
This was SO easy and tasted wonderful. I will defintely make this again. I used "whipped" cream cheese for a lighter texture.
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.
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.
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!
Great recipe and taste! It is very easy to make and you dont worry too much about the calories. Enjoy!
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.
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.
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!
You really should use strong coffee it comes out better
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