Tiramisu is probably the most famous Italian dessert. Although its origins are still unclear, as several Italian regions claim that their recipe is the most antique one, we can thank its creator, whoever he is, for inventing such a tasteful and satisfying dessert. A combination of Italian biscuits and mascarpone cream is simply divine. It is one of the best examples of how a few genuine ingredients can make your tastebuds go nuts!
This post is in response to a few requests to share a Thermomix version of a tiramisu recipe. If you don’t know what a Thermomix is, it’s basically a multi-purpose appliance that replaces several other appliances including a blender, standing mixer, and slow cooker. Here is our easy tiramisu Thermomix recipe (either with or without alcohol for those of you who want a non-alcoholic version)!
Easy Thermomix Tiramisu Recipe
A luxurious tiramisu recipe that pairs coffee-soaked ladyfingers with decadent homemade Amaretto mascarpone cream filling. (Thermomix Version)
Insert the ‘butterfly whisk’ attachment to the Thermomix mixing bowl.
Add eggs, sugar, and vanilla extract to the bowl. Whisk at speed 4 for 6 minutes.
Remove the ‘butterfly whisk’ attachment and mix for another 3 minutes at speed 3, while gradually adding the mascarpone in through the lid.
Once done mixing, pour the Amaretto in, gently folding with a spatula until thoroughly mixed. (If you are doing a non-alcoholic version, skip this step.)
Set mascarpone cream filling aside.
Spray your baking dish with baking spray.
In a small bowl filled with the cold coffee, quickly dunk the ladyfinger into the coffee and then place them into the bottom of the rectangle baking dish. The goal is to fill the bottom of the baking dish with a layer of ladyfingers.
With the spatula, spread a layer of the mascarpone cream over the ladyfingers.
Repeat the process one more time, adding a layer of ladyfingers and another layer of mascarpone cream. Make sure the top layer of mascarpone cream is thick enough to even out the top of the cake.