Easy Tiramisu Recipe

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Easy Tiramisu

Christine Ranger


I wanted an easier way of making tiramisu and invented one. It's really good and tastes almost like the real thing without all the hard work.

Another great thing with this recipes is you can change it up how ever you like, by changing the liquor flavor and the pudding mixes. You can use Vanilla pudding and add different flavors to it as well. This is a very versatile recipe.

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30 Min


No-Cook or Other


2 pkg
lady fingers
1 box
french vanilla instant pudding (3.9 oz box)
1 box
cheesecake instant pudding (3.9 oz box)
2 pt
heavy whipping cream
brewed coffee
coco powder

Directions Step-By-Step

Prepare coffee and let it cool ( you can brew it as strong as you like it). Once cooled mix the coffee and Kaluha (you can use any coffee flavored liquor). Set aside.
Mix the whipping creams and both pudding boxes, until whipped stiff. Set aside.
I use a 9x13 deep aluminum pan. Dip 2 lady fingers at a time (one side only) in the coffee mixture and place dipped side up. Do this until the bottom of the pan is covered. Then scoop 1/2 of the pudding mixture on the ladyfingers and spread all over to cover all the ladyfingers. Repeat the ladyfingers and top off with the other 1/2 of the pudding mixture.
Sprinkle with cocoa powder and chill. It does not take long to chill as there is nothing that needs to set. You can add chocolate covered coffee beans onto and/or chocolate shavings instead of the cocoa powder.
This can serve 10-20 people depending on how big you cut the pieces.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Main Ingredient: Dairy
Regional Style: Italian