FOODSupper Blogger Challenge

LIFE IS SHORT… Have your TIRAMISU… #Superbloggerchallenge2018 #Instacuppa

The literal meaning of the word “Tiramisu” is “a pick me up” which, in itself, speaks volumes about this Exotic Desert. Tiramisu is one of Italy’s most popular desserts, with a rich blend of espresso and cocoa combined with very balanced touch of alchohol and cheese, from which emerges an exotic and very savoury treat.

Its one of the most loved Italian Desert and my personal favourite too. As much I love eating it, Equally I love making it too…

The present-day version of Tiramisu was believed to have been created in a restaurant in a town called Treviso located northwest of Venice, Italy. Apparently, it took the pastry chef, Carminantonio Lannaccone, two years to perfect the recipe of this sponge cake. He created this using the three most prominent flavours enjoyed by the people in that region: eggs, creamy mascarpone and strong coffee.

To make this delicious, elegant Italian recipe at home, needs some art. Well over the time, many amazing bakers did variations in the Traditional Recipe to suit the taste of their folks. A simple eggless version I did and as promised Here is the Detailed Recipe.

-> Preparation time- 30 min

-> Cooking time- 10 mins

-> Servings- 8



  • 3/4 cup Powdered Sugar

 The finer, The better



  • 1 cup Whipped Cream

 Till it forms Peaks



  • 2 cups of mascarpone cheese, room temperature.

This one is Easily available in India



  • 1 tsp Vanilla Essence

 Easily available at any grocery store.



  • 1 and 1/2 cup strong coffee (espresso) at room temperature.

The stronger, the better but still can be varied according to taste.



  • 1/2 cup brandy or cognac or Baileys (is my personal Favourite)



  • 30-32 crispy ladyfinger biscuits



  • 1/4 cup cocoa powder (optional)


  • Bittersweet chocolate. (Optional)



  1. Prepare an 8-inch round, open rim baking dish by lining it with plastic wrap.
  2. Mix the mascarpone, sugar and vanilla until combined. Add in the whipped cream and beat again until smooth.
  3. In a shallow-bottomed bowl, mix the espresso and Baileys. Take the ladyfingers one at a time and dip them in the espresso mixture until they’re soaked but not soggy.
  4. In the baking dish, arrange two rows of 5 biscuits each. Over these, spread about 1/3rd of the mascarpone-cream mixture. Again, arrange another layer of espresso-dipped ladyfingers and arrange them in the opposite direction. Top this with another layer of the mixture. Keep repeating this with all the ladyfingers, alternating their directions in each layer. When you spread the remaining cream mixture on top, dust with the cocoa powder. Cover this with the plastic wrap and refrigerate for a minimum of 4 hours, or overnight.
  5. With the top most layer, some experimentation/ some play and a lil here and there fun is allowed.I did this

Note: In Another Variation layers of Chocolate or Mocha Sponge cake can be done alternate with Lady Finger Biscuit Layers.

Optional: For garnishing, you may add shaved curls of chocolate on top.


Easy to make and a delight to the taste buds, this is definitely your go-to for a dinner party!


This article is written as a part of #SuperBloggerChallenge2018 conducted by Healthwealthbridge.com  ,Fashionablefoodz.com Allaboutthewoman.com and should not be repurposed, republished or used otherwise. The content herein is owned by the blogger. SuperBloggerChallenge2018 is not responsible for any kind of infringement caused


  1. Namratha

    It seems like a lot of effort making it though you make it sound easy.

    I love tiramisu.. think i will just order myself some.. or can i come over?😊


  2. Obsessivemom

    With my limited cooking/baking skills I don’t think I’ll ever be able to make the Tiramisu but I do love this dessert. I’ll have to settle for looking for a decent restaurant when I crave it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *