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12 servings, 1/2 cup each
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Looking for something sweet? One serving of this easy-to-make dessert works well for an after meal treat.
Recipes using brewed coffee often call for double strength or strong coffee since it tends to produce a better flavor in recipes.
Prepare as directed, using one of the following options: Raspberry Tiramisu: Drop 8 tsp. red raspberry preserves in small spoonfuls over first layer of ricotta mixture. Orange Tiramisu: Stir 3 Tbsp. orange-flavored liqueur into ricotta mixture before using to assemble dessert. Irish Cream Tiramisu: Stir 3 Tbsp. Irish cream liqueur into ricotta cheese mixture before using to assemble dessert.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
I'm a bit of a tiramisu snob, hard to find one i enjoy....this was beyond my expectations! Has the flavor i love & is actually lighter. Loved it. Am making it for Easter - a double batch though!
Not my favorite. Runny, not sweet enough, and the texture of the ricotta was not as pleasing as the quick recipes that use pudding mixes. There are much better quick tiramisu recipes on this site in my opinion.
This was a real hit! Made it for a dinner party and everyone loved it! I used the entire coffee mix (1/2 cup) for the 1st ladyfingers layer, so it would soak through...I made a second batch of coffe mix for the second layer of ladyfingers. I used Mascarpone Cheese for Tiramisu instead of Ricotta cheese and added 3Tbsp of Kahlua Liqueur. I'm making it again for Easter...By popular demand!