Learn how to make the easiest eggless tiramisu! Tiramisu takes just 15 minutes of hands-on work and requires no cooking or baking. Eggless tiramisu is the perfect summer dessert!
I am such a Potter nerd. But let’s face it, this is probably one of the only times I could have used that one and just barely gotten away with it. Can you blame me for jumping at the opportunity?
Eggless Tiramisu is what we’re making today. Ladyfingers or savoiardi biscuits soaked in freshly brewed espresso and layered in between whipped swoops of mascarpone and finished with a generous dusting of cocoa powder.
Now, that is my idea of a fantastic, no-bake dessert.
There’s no denying that all of my favorite desserts usually contain some sort of espresso. Take my Starbucks copycat espresso brownies  for example. In college, whenever my stress meter was about to explode, one of those brownies would be the answer to it all.
Today’s eggless tiramisu recipe is a little different than what comes to mind when you think ‘tiramisu.’ For starters, as the title suggests, my tiramisu recipe is completely eggless. So if you’re uncomfortable with the thought of raw egg yolks in your dessert, this eggless tiramisu recipe goes out to you! Keep in mind though that if it’s an egg allergy that you’re dealing with, you’ll want to check the ingredients in your ladyfingers or savoiardi biscuits as well. Those often contain eggs unless specifically marked.
Another ingredient this eggless tiramisu doesn’t contain – alcohol. So it’s suitable for everyone.
Literally translated the word ‘tiramisu’ means ‘pick me up.’ I assume it’s the espresso that they’re referring to as I’m sure the flavor would jolt anyone back to life (note factual.) It is an extremely popular Italian dessert which contains sponge cakes in the shape of fingers that have been soaked in espresso and layered in between whipped mascarpone cheese and dusted with cocoa powder. Often, recipes call for the use of liqueur and brandy, I’ve opted to leave the alcohol out of this recipe entirely.
I’ve checked a ton of grocery stores and what I’ve come up with is that they are usually in 1 of 2 aisles… and sometimes in both! The first place I suggest looking is in the cookie aisle. They are usually all the way at the top or at the bottom and rarely located at eye level as they aren’t often bought for anything but tiramisu.
The second place you might find them is in the international aisle located where all of the other Italian specialty items can be found.
I have tried this recipe with cream cheese as well to see if that would be an option for those that can’t find mascarpone cheese readily or if it’s sold at an unreasonable price, which a lot of the times, it is.
I found that a brick of cream cheese (8 ounces) to replace the mascarpone cheese will work. However, if you use 7 ounces of cream cheese and 1 ounce of sour cream, the flavor is very similar to what you’d get when you use store-bought mascarpone. So use what you like best!
Learn how to make the easiest eggless tiramisu! This takes just 15 minutes of hands on work and requires no cooking or baking. Eggless tiramisu is the perfect summer dessert!
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