*Chocolate Tiramisu*


Tiramisu is a unique dessert mainly due to the journey of its origins: from homes to hotels and restaurants before finally reaching pastries. It's a deeply Italian dessert: the lady's fingers come from Piedmont, the mascarpone from the Lodi region, the coffee comes from the ports of Venice and Trieste, the cocoa is served by the Genoese and the eggs are that local variety that characterizes the dessert. 

If you are a fan of the classic Italian dessert tiramisu, you will absolutely love this unique version! With plenty of rich chocolate replacing the coffee and alcohol, it's a dreamy, creamy dessert the whole family can enjoy! Prepare a casserole to bring to the next food dish.

I'm so glad the weather finally cleared up, just in time for the holidays! For a moment, I dreaded that this was my first dreary, rainy, and gray Mother's Day. I have been very fortunate these past nine years to be a mother; Every mother's day has always been sunny and beautiful and this day is no exception. Hooray!

*ingredients :

°250 grams of mascarpone

°300 grams of sweetened liquid cream

°Biscuit spoon

°Fresh and chilled coffee

°bitter cocoa powder

°chocolate chips

*To prepare :

Brew a few cups of coffee and let it cool.

In bowl, whisk together the mascarpone & sweetened liquid cream

Using an electric mixer until mix becomes coherent.

Pour half of mascarpone and cream mix on cookies & sprinkling with the chocolate chips.

Arrange second layer of coffee-dipped biscuits on top, & spreading rest of the mascarpone cream.

Sprinkling bitter cocoa powder on top of tiramisu.

Placing eggless tiramisu dish in the refrigerator for at least 2 to 3 h 

Once cool, serving tiramisu without eggs & Enjoy !

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