Strawberry Tiramisu – easy dessert

Strawberry Tiramisu – easy dessert. Enjoy the beautiful strawberry season with this sensational summer dessert: the creamy, cool melt of the mascarpone cream kisses sweet, juicy strawberries. Add a hint of lemon from the limoncello. This strawberry tiramisu is really refreshing and simply a hit.

Strawberry Tiramisu

Duration: 1 day 30 minutes
Difficulty level: medium

ingredients

  • 500G strawberries
  • 500G mascarpone
  • 100G powdered sugar
  • 200G Ladyfingers, alternatively Cantuccini
  • 4egg yolk
  • 2 protein
  • 3cups orange juice
  • 2el Limoncello

For the decoration

  • pistachio brittle

instructions

  1. Wash and trim strawberries. Reserve 10 strawberries for decoration, cut the rest into very thin slices.
  2. Beat the egg yolks and powdered sugar until white and fluffy. Gently fold in the limoncello and mascarpone with a wooden spoon.
  3. Beat the egg whites until stiff and fold in. Put a layer of cream in the mold. Spread a layer of biscuits on top, moisten them lightly with orange juice. Scatter strawberry slices on top.
  4. Next comes a layer of cream, spread the biscuit on top and moisten with orange juice. Scatter strawberry slices again. A layer of cream completes the layering.
  5. Cover and place the strawberry tiramisu in the fridge overnight.
  6. Crumble the pistachio brittle (e.g. put it in a bag and crush it with a plater or similar).
  7. Before serving, sprinkle the tiramisu with the pistachio brittle. Halve the remaining 10 strawberries and decorate the tiramisu with them.

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Strawberry Tiramisu – delicious no-bake dessert

Tiramisu is probably the most famous dessert in Italy. Normally, ladyfingers called Savoiardi are layered in a mold, alternating with mascarpone. Eggs in the cream make the dessert easy to slice, and coffee and cocoa powder add flavor.

Tiramisu has been modified endlessly. The most popular variation is definitely the strawberry tiramisu. We kept it very classic in our recipe with mascarpone. Of course, you can also replace this full-fat cream cheese with cream or quark. If you don’t have ladyfingers, cantuccini will do, too. And if the children are eating, just skip the limoncello…

I would like to give you another insider tip: If you want it to look particularly pretty, don’t layer the ingredients in a casserole dish but in decorative glasses.

An ice-cold limoncello shot or a limoncello spritz is recommended as a drink.

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