When you think of tiramisu, you might think of an exquisite dessert, often after an Italian meal. It is a layer of soft, creamy, espresso-like flavor. Amazing!
This recipe preserves the taste and texture of tiramisu but is made with the ingredients you’ll likely already have in your kitchen.
Easy Tiramisu Recipe Without Eggs As Well Mascarpone
For our simple tiramisu recipe, we decided to use cream cheese instead of Mascarpone as a component that is often kept in stock at home and, if not, can be purchased in any supermarket.
A different aspect that makes this recipe unique is that we don’t use eggs with yolks. Typically egg yolks are used to create a custard, which is mixed with mascarpone before being spread on the ladyfingers.
This recipe eliminates the custard and replaces it with fresh cream that has been whipped. This, along with the fact that you don’t have to cook, bake or prepare any aspect that is involved, creates an extremely quick and easy dessert that is sure to impress guests of any kind.
How To Purchase Or Make Ladyfingers for Tiramisu
Ladyfingers can be purchased in major supermarkets, Italian markets, or easily on the internet. The best brand, classic, can be found in Balocco Savoiardi Lady Fingers.
Another alternative for ladyfingers is to create them by yourself. This can take longer to make making the product; however, easy recipes are available quickly online.
Ladyfingers are made from sugar, eggs, flour, and vanilla. If you’re in a hurry or don’t have ladyfingers available to purchase, you could go above and beyond to create a special dessert by making ladyfinger cookies.
Ladyfingers are wonderful as a stand-alone drink and are served with a cup of coffee or included in trifles and other desserts.
When they are topped with cream, as in the tiramisu recipe, they develop a delightful cake-like texture thanks to the flavor they’re served with.
How To Make Tiramisu Without Mascarpone and Eggs
Before getting started, gather your ingredients.
To start with, put an enormous amount of whipping cream and heavy creams into the bowl of your stand mixer or make use of a handheld mixer and then whip it at medium-high speed as you slowly add the vanilla extract and sugar.
Mix until stiff peaks form.
Mix the cream cheese, then whip until the mixture is smooth. It is easier to do this when the cream cheese is warm.
In an additional shallow bowl, make a mixture of Kahlua and espresso. As I said, strong black coffee could be utilized; however, make sure you’re using a cool coffee!
Put together the ladyfingers, the espresso mixture, and the dish that measures 8×8.
The ladyfinger’s two sides should be dipped into the espresso mix and then put on the base of the dish fully over the dish in the same pattern.
Then next, spread half of the cream cheese/whipped cream mixture over the ladyfingers that have been soaked.
Rejoin your assembly line and place another layer of ladyfingers dipped over the top, followed by the cream cheese mixture sprinkled across the entire top.
Your dish must be full and contain four distinct layers, in the case of the glass dish.
The entire dish should be given a generous amount of cocoa powder.
The most efficient method to accomplish this is to use a fine mesh strainer, but there are dusting tools that you can purchase, or you can make use of your fingers. The entire area should be coated with cocoa powder.
Place desserts in the refrigerator and allow them to cool completely for a minimum of 3 hours and up to 24 hours.
After it has been chilled to the point of being completely chilled, Cut your dessert into nine portions and serve. It can be a challenge to serve in a stylish manner but don’t be afraid to go in and slice it up and begin serving.
A good method is to create even cuts using a sharp knife. Cleaning the knife between cuts and then use an ice-cube serving spoon to scoop up pieces.
This will make the process of removing the first piece much more easily!
Now your creamy, sweet, slightly boozy, very simple tiramisu is waiting to serve.
It’s not a question that this is the ideal dessert you can prepare in advance and then take out at dinner time without any additional preparation!
It is also possible to freeze the tiramisu. Go through this article for step-by-step freezing instructions. Create Pinterest Pin
Tiramisu Without Mascarpone
- Yield: 1
- Preparation time: 15 Minutes
- Additional time: 3 hours
- Total time: 3 hours and 15 minutes
This is a quick recipe for tiramisu that requires no baking. There are no egg yolks or mascarpone required! 4.5 5 stars (132 Reviews)Print.
- 1 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
- 8 oz cream cheese (room temperature)
- 1/3 cup of sugar granulated
- 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 1 cup cold espresso or strong black coffee
- 1 8 oz package of ladyfinger cookies (12-14 cookies depending on your pan)
- 1/4 cup cocoa powder for dusting
With a mixer stand fitted with the whisk attachment, mix heavy whipping cream with the granulated sugar and vanilla. Whip at medium-high speeds until stiff peaks begin to form. (Keep in mind the mixture, being mindful not to overbeat.)
Whisk or stir into the cream cheese. Set aside.
In a large bowl, shallow, mix the espresso. Each time dip each side of the ladyfinger cookie into the mixture, then place them on the surface of an 8×8-inch dish.
Place half the mixture of cream cheese over the ladyfingers to form a uniform layer.
Repeat these steps a second time. Add another layer of ladyfingers dipped and the remaining cream cheese mixture. Then, evenly distribute it over on top.
Sprinkle cocoa powder on it, thoroughly coating it with a thick dusting.
Refrigerate for at minimum 3 hours or for up to all day.
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