Raspberry Tiramisu

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First time I tried Tiramisu I was hooked…….The name says it all: “pick me up”


Tiramisu when made properly is like a little taste of heaven…… Being married to an Italian I tasted my share of out-of-this-world TIRAMISU.


I am at the point that I can’t order Tiramisu in a restaurant because 90% of the time I get upset when they serve me something totally different……That to me is the ultimate insult to heavenly goodness we all know as TIRAMISU


I’ve been making my own version of Tiramisu since I got married and fell into the Italian clan.


Last night I made little different version of Tiramisu….. children friendly version…… My boys don’t like the original version due to it’s strong coffee taste…..I always make one with less coffee and I decided to add fresh raspberries.


Raspberry Tiramisu



If you prefer the stronger version just double the instant coffee… can also make it with strong espresso instead of instant coffee and water.



  • 24 Lady Fingers
  • 3 Tbsp Instant Coffee
  • 1 cup Water
  • 1/4 cup Tia Maria Liqueur
  • 500g Mascarpone Cheese
  • 1 1/2 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 1/2 cup Powdered Sugar
  • 1 cup fresh Raspberries
  • Cocoa

STEP 1: You will need 9″ square deep dish or brownie pan.

STEP 2: In a bowl combine together instant coffee, water and Kahlua. Soak 12 Lady Fingers in the coffee mixture and lay them on the bottom of the pan.

STEP 3: Whip heavy cream with electric mixer until thick, beat in powdered sugar and then slowly beat in Mascarpone cheese. Make sure the mixture is thick and smooth.

STEP 4: Spread half of the cream onto the layer of Lady Fingers, spread raspberries evenly. Soak remaining 12 Lady Finger in the coffee mixture. Place them on top of the raspberries. Cover with the rest of the cream and sprinkle with cocoa.




For the best results let it rest in the fridge overnight.


Raspberry Tiramisu

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11 Responses to “Raspberry Tiramisu”

  1. Yum! I've never tried making this but I really should! I'm loving the raspberries!

  2. Sarah Brown says:

    I agree usually the stuff you get is not very good–this looks yummy and doable!Stopping by from SITS

  3. WOW! That looks heavenly and easy to make. I'm going to have to try it out.

  4. Oh my goodness. I am stopping over from SITS and this looks SO good. Like SO good I want to make it right this second… : )

  5. Sarah says:

    Ohmygoodness! This looks incredible! I stopped by from SITS and now my mouth is watering…I'm going to make this recipe soon! Yum!

  6. I love tiramisu, and I LOVE raspberries. How can I never have thought of this before?? (Another visitor from SITS just tempted over by such a great sounding recipe!)

  7. Melissa says:

    that tiramisu looks to die for! I love the touch of raspberries, cuz it adds that little pop of color ;) thanks for sharing!

  8. I think one bite of this and I'd never want anything else again!

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  10. What a beautiful, simple, and perfectly complimentary addition to the classic Tiramisu. Yours looks like a winner!

  11. Denise says:

    Ooooh,this looks so yummy with the raspberries.Have only had it the normal way with coffee.Thanks for posting this.

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