“Very easy to make and unmold, I make the same recipe every Christmas”

Want a quick and delicious Christmas dessert option? This year, why not surprise your guests with a revisited version of the classic tiramisu? Here is the recipe for no-cook tiramisu, a dessert that is as easy to prepare as it is to unmold.

In the whirlwind of end-of-year preparations, who doesn’t aspire to festive and uncomplicated recipes ? Imagine a dessert that ticks all the boxes: easy, fast and absolutely unmissable. This is exactly what we offer this record Tiramisu without cooking. This interpretation light and airy traditional tiramisu, made with boudoirs soft. Ready to discover the secrets of this Christmas dessert ?

Tiramisu log ingredients

Preparing a log of tiramisu is child’s play, especially when you have all the right ingredients on hand. Here is the list of everything you need to treat six gourmands:

  • Cookie spoon (boudoirs) ;
  • 200g of mascarpone;
  • 200 g of liquid cream;
  • 2 sachets of whipped cream fixatives;
  • 2 eggs ;
  • 70 g of refined sugar;
  • 2 sachets of vanilla sugar;
  • 2 long coffees;
  • 1 spoon of Marsala or other alcohol (optional);
  • 250g of Chestnut cream ;
  • 100 g of chestnut puree;
  • Pieces of candied chestnuts (optional);
  • Cocoa powder;
  • Chocolate chips.

The steps of preparing the tiramisu log

Discover now the complete step by step to prepare a festive dessert that will surprise your guests Christmas.

  1. Prepare 2 cups of espresso and mix with Marsala (or other alcohol or non-alcoholic). Let cool.
  2. Separate the whites and yolks. Beat the egg whites until stiff and set aside. Mix mascarpone, egg yolks and sugar until a smooth texture is obtained. Gently fold in the egg whites.
  3. Mix whipped cream fixative and vanilla sugar. Beat cream until half consistency, then add the vanilla mixture, continue until you get a firm whipped cream.
  4. Mix with the mascarpone base, place in a pastry bag and refrigerate.
  5. Mix the cream and chestnut puree. Reservation.
  6. Completely cover a cake pan with plastic wrap. Place a first layer of mascarpone cream on the bottom.
  7. Wet the cookies and place them on top of the cream. Add a layer of chestnut cream, spread and sprinkle with pieces of candied chestnuts. Repeat the operation with a second layer of mascarpone cream, soaked biscuits and chestnut cream.
  8. Finish with a layer of mascarpone and a final plate of moistened biscuits. Cover the pan and refrigerate for at least one night.
  9. The next day, remove the log from the refrigerator about 15 minutes before serving and sprinkle with cocoa powder.

Easy to do, this chestnut tiramisu record promises a light texture with a delicate coffee flavor that makes it a ideal christmas dessert to complete a celebration meal.

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