I'm sure you've seen a variety of Tiramisu recipes by now. I've also posted a Tiramisu cake recipe earlier. However this is a no bake version. Whenever I'm pressed for time to think about recipe ideas for dessert, I make this. This is good enough for a crowd and also it's too easy to put together. I've made this “n” number of times and without fail, every time, I was rewarded with big happy smiling faces licking their spoons :)
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7 thoughts on “No Bake Tiramisu”
I have done step by step same as you but i am not happy with that.
When I cut my tiramisu ,all layers and cream are separated and the cream is not stick to the biscuits. it is not coherent.
please give me your opinion.
Sorry to hear that it didnt come out well :(( Did you whip the cream nicely before adding to the mascarpone mixture? Also, did you set it in the fridge for the time specified in the recipe? This is something I make very often and it works out well every time, so I’m not sure why it went wrong..
The tiramisu came out perfectly. All our guests loved it especially my kids.I used mascarpone cheese and lady fingers. Thank you for this yummy recipe.
hi maria,can I dip lady finger’s into the espresso and then put into individual bowls as the base?
Yes Anju, you can do that. You can serve this in individual bowls.
Can I substitute the mascarpone with cream cheese
I havent tried it yet, but I guess you can give it a try..