Tiramisu is known for its coffee flavor and creamy marscarpone filling. Since this is such a delicious and popular desserts, I've thought that it was only appropriate to turn it into a mousse because who doesn't love a good mousse. There isn't any raw eggs in this dessert, it's free of alcohol and it honestly comes together pretty fast and the list of ingredients isn't very long. Hope you make it! Thanks for watching =)
A package of Ladyfingers
6 teaspoon instant coffee
1 cup hot water
1 cup heavy whipping cream
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
8 ounces marscarpone cheese
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 Tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
1-ounce semi-sweet chocolate
Add instant coffee to the hot water and stir until incorporated. Let cool completely.
Beat heavy whipping cream until stiff peaks form, add this to refrigerator to keep chill and you work on the other ingredients.
Mix powdered sugar and marscarpone with a hand mixer until smooth. Mix in vanilla extract and 1-4 tablespoon of the coffee to marscarpone mixture (the more you add the stronger your Tiramisu will be).
Fold whipped cream into coffee mixture gently until everything is combined.
Break the ladyfingers in half and quickly dip each one individually into the remainder of coffee. Add 6-8 halves of the ladyfinger to the bottom of each serving glass. Add small amount of coffee mixture to serving glasses, top the layer with a dusting of cocoa powder. Continue layering the tiramisu and cocoa powder (the more layers you get, the prettier it looks). Once you get to the top layer, grate the 1 ounce of semi-sweet chocolate over the tops of the serving dishes. Serve right away. Enjoy!
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