Tiramisu is traditionally a light composition of sponge cake or ladyfingers dipped in a coffee Marsala wine mixture, then layered with mascarpone cheese and grated chocolate. Although tiramisu is sometimes referred to as an Italian triffle, its texture is much lighter than that dessert. This category offers a number of traditional tiramisu recipes, as well as many non-traditional ones using fruit, low fat versions, and even a low carb version.
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Chocolate chiffon cake is layered with a chocolate mascarpone cheese filling in this recipe.
Emeril's Tiramisu Recipe
Emeril Lagasse's recipe for basic Tiramisu, including his hot sponge cake used in place of lady finger cookies.
Good Cooking.com: Tiramisu
Traditional style recipe.
This recipe for a lighter Tiramisu uses light whipped topping, fat free cream cheese, and fat free pound cake.
Low Carb Tiramisu
A variation suitable for those interested in a low carb diet with only 10 grams of carb per serving.
Provides step by step instructions and reader comments.
Recipes and information about this Italian dessert favorite. Features ratings of restaurant versions of this dessert.
Tiramisu Cake with Chocolate Sauce
A cake made with the flavors of Tiramisu is served with both white and dark chocolate sauce.
Tiramisu Spiced Pumpkin Tiramisu
Spice Pumpkin Tiramisu offers a little different slant on this popular dessert.
What Is Tiramisu?
Description of ingredients and history.
Last update:December 2, 2015 at 3:15:07 UTC