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The Classic Tiramisu Recipe

Updated on January 6, 2016

A Take Home Dessert Recipe for the Whole Family

The Classic Tiramisu Recipe

Are you looking for something delightfully sweet without the hassle of baking and waiting? Here comes a classic Tiramisu dessert recipe that will surely love by your family for especially occasions or just to satisfy your sweet craving. What are you waiting for? Try not to miss this delectable recipe dessert!

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Ingredients for The Classic Tiramisu Recipe

7 egg yolks

2 whole eggs

1 cup sugar

500 gram packs mascarpone cheese

8 egg whites

1/2 cup sugar

1 cup whipped cream

1/4 cup rum (or Guindia)

1 cup strong freshly brewed coffee

2 packs Balocco Savoiardi lady fingers

bittersweet cocoa powder

Directions for The Classic Tiramisu Recipe are below!

Cooking Tips:

No need for fancy tools! Just use your ever dandy handy strainer to dust cocoa.

Procedure for The Classic Tiramisu Recipe

1. Beat 7 egg yolks and 2 whole eggs with a mixer. Add 1 cup of sugar and beat until light in color. Whisk in 2 500-gram packs mascarpone cheese by hand using a wire whisk. Set aside.

2. In another bowl, beat 8 egg whites until frothy. Gradually add 1/2 cup sugar and beat until stiff.

3. Fold in 1 cup whipped cream if you would like a lighter mixture.

4. Mix 1/4 cup rum or Guindia and 1 cup strong freshly brewed coffee together in a small bowl.

5. Line the bottom of a rectangular baking dish with 2 packs Balocco Savoiardi lady fingers, sugared side up, then using a pastry brush, apply coffee mixture twice.

6. Spread a third of the mascarpone mixture on top of the lady fingers then top with another layer of lady fingers.

7. Repeat the process until you have done 3 layers, ending with the mascarpone mixture. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours and dust generously with bittersweet cocoa powder on top before serving.

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      GramaBarb 4 years ago from Vancouver

      One of my favourite desserts!

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      Terrie_Schultz 4 years ago

      I love tiramisu! I never thought about trying to make it myself, but this doesn't look too difficult. Thanks for posting!

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      MikeRobbers LM 4 years ago

      This recipe looks delicious. I have loved tiramisu since I tried it in college. I'm going to pin this and try it. thanks :)

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      destination lm 5 years ago

      hi, grazie for the nice lens. In Rome there is a place really famous for tiramisu. They are even doing it at the stroberry or ananas taste!! I just love it. In Bologna they don't use buisquits (savoiardi), just the mascarpone, eggs and choccolate on the top of it, served in a cup. Tiramisu is always amazing, an ultimate culinary experience. Pure art. Thank you so much for remind that !!! Ciao, Andrea

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      blanckj 6 years ago

      Thank you so much for sharing one of my favorite desserts.

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      Jen Maskill 6 years ago

      I LOVE LOVE LOVE Tiramisu. Thank you I am going to attempt to make my own now :)

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      teatree 6 years ago

      I didn't know tiramisu was that straightforward to make! I might give it a try.

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      theconditionpod 6 years ago

      Mouth watering

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      Anthony Godinho 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Tiramisu is delicious and I like it much ~ you did a yummy job with this lens! **Blessed by a Squid-Angel**

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      David Gardner 7 years ago from San Francisco Bay Area, California

      Arrgh! Making me hungry... need something for dessert! Fav 5*