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Hearted Eggless Tiramisu

Unlike my previous post of tiramisu, this time I made it egg less and I use lady finger instead of sponge cake. Although without egg, I guarantee this tiramisu  just yummy as it should be and also delicate .... And your family member will love it.
I prefer use cream cheese rather than mascorpone cheese in this recipe and also of course non alcohol. You can also reduce amount of coffee if you don't want your kid consume more coffee.

To decorate the tiramisu, it required your unlimited creativity and imagination, so you can make any creation with your tiramisu. I made my tiramisu with heart shape and I decorate it with heart shape dark cooking chocolate too. Sprinkle more with drop chocolate... hmmm.. Perfect dessert isn't it?
What you need:
For pan 9 " size
* 400 grams of lady finger
* Cream cheese 350 gr
* 2 + 1/2 tablespoons unsalted butter at room temperature
* 200 ml double cream
* 1 cup powdered sugar (for me it's sweet enough, but you can add it more as your taste)
* whip cream powder 75 gr
* 1/2 cup cold milk
* 3 tablespoons instant coffee
* 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
* 2 cups warm water
For the garnish and topping
* cocoa powder
* dark cooking chocolate
* chocolate chip



 Method:
1) Make coffee liquid mixture. Mix and stir instant coffee, sugar and warm water. Set aside up to room temperature.
2) By using hand whisk, beat cream cheese, butter, double cream and powdered sugar until smooth and no lumps. Set aside and keep in refrigerator.
3) Mix whip cream powder and cold milk. Beat until thick. Combine with cheese mixture. Mix until well blended and no lumps. Keep in refrigerator for about 1 hour.



Assembling Tiramisu:
Wet the lady fingers with coffee mixture, arrange in heart shape (If you like) springform pan, pour tiramisu mixture. Stacking with coffee wet lady fingers again and pour tiramisu mixture again. And so on until finish.
Keep in refrigerator at least 3 hours before serving. Sprinkle the surface with cocoa powder and garnish with chocolate chips or dark cooking chocolate before serving.
:: Note
To make a heart shape chocolate, melted dark cooking chocolate over double boiler and make heart shape on baking paper to prevent sticking. Let it chill until it ready.





Today's Top 9 by Foodbuzz on Jan 1st 2011




Tiramisu is a layered dessert, consisting of alternating layers of coffee-soaked Savoiardi biscuits and sweet mixture of mascarpone cheese and eggs and sugar. Cocoa powder is sifted on top (and sometimes between layers) as both a garnish and a bitter counterpoint to the sweetened cheese mixture.[7]
To prepare the biscuit layer, Savoiardi (light, finger-sized sponge cakes, commonly known as ladyfingers in the United States) are soaked in espresso or strong coffee, often with an addition of a flavorful liquor such as sweet marsala wine or dark rum.
For the mascarpone cheese layer, a mixture of egg yolks and sugar is first prepared: egg yolks are mixed with sugar to form a thick cream to which the mascarpone cheese is added, then the egg whites are beaten stiff and folded in to the mascarpone/egg cream. This mixture is spread over the coffee-soaked biscuits (often a liquor such as Rum or cognac will be added to the coffee for soaking the biscuits). The layer is then topped with a dusting of cocoa powder, and more layers are added.
Countless variations for tiramisu exist. Some cooks use other cakes or sweet, yeasted breads, such as panettone, in place of ladyfingers.[8] Other cheese mixtures are used as well, some containing raw eggs, and others containing no eggs at all. Other liquors are frequently substituted for the traditional Marsala wine in both the coffee and the cheese mixture, including dark rum, Madeira, port, brandy and cognac
Source: Wikipedia



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16 comments:

  1. This is beautiful! Your tiramisu sounds amazing, and looks delicious! I love that you have shaped it into a heart :)!

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  2. What a pretty dessert! It looks delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  3. This looks fantastic! I love the heart shaped chocolate powder - excellent touch!

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  4. This is absolutely stunning! And it's eggless! My arm is always so sore from whipping the egg yolks in the double boiler to make the zabaglione! I'll have to try this!

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  5. This is absolutely stunning! And it's eggless! My arm is always so sore from whipping the egg yolks in the double boiler to make the zabaglione! I'll have to try this!

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  6. lgsg menetes melihatnya mba.. klo ak yg bikin byk gagalnya kynya.. u just amazing chef..

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  7. That tiramisu looks fantastic! mmmmm! And, I have some lady fingers in the cupboard - YES!

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  8. Tiramisu is the first dessert I made for my husband ages ago. Just love how you let your mind go loose on an imagination spree, just wonderful..."love is in the air...." Thank you for sharing :)

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  9. What a great version! Tiramisu is my absolutely favorite dessert and yours looks beautiful!

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  10. You have an award waiting for you: http://bit.ly/fE7iqT
    Mateja @Indulging Life

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  11. That looks so pretty, love the topping with extra hearts.

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  12. @Mateja ^_^ Thank you so Much.. You are such a sweet friend (^_^)

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  13. Lovely....the heart shape is just too cute.

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  14. Oh my this looks beautiful and tasty. Wonderful job.

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