You certainly know this popular Italian dessert. But have you ever heard of Tiramisu in the glass? The world-famous pick-me-up is downright delicious and always ensures an extra dose of good humor. It usually consists of mascarpone, biscuits, coffee, amaretto and cocoa – all ingredients that invigorate body and mind and provide plenty of fresh energy. No wonder that Tiramisu in Italian means”pull me up”. And prepared and served in a glass, Tiramisu is a real eye-catcher on any festive table. Although this treat in its classic version does not quite match the taste of Christmas, it can also be called Christmas dessert be prepared. You can even tiramisu with other spices and ingredients to refine as desired, such as cinnamon and cloves, nuts, strawberries or other fruits.
Classic cake or rather a tiramisu in the glass?
Today we have prepared a very simple but very delicious recipe for an original tiramisu in the glass for you. This differs very little from the Basic recipe for the classic tiramisu ,
Prepare Tiramisu in a glass
Tiramisu in the glass: the recipe
Working time: approx. 40 minutes; Cooling about 1 hour; Difficulty: very easy
The Tiramisu recipe is always a cake without baking. And if you follow the basic recipe, then you can use whims and imagination with a little imagination and creativity to prepare many different variants of it. For example, there are colorful tiramisu – thanks to various food colors, Baileys, raspberry, strawberry or caipirinha tiramisu, etc. Depending on the occasion and your own taste, you can experiment with many products, not only in the preparation itself, but also in the Tiramisu sideboards. In addition to the classic cocoa powder, lemon balm, basil, coffee beans or fresh mint leaves for garnishing desserts are just perfect.
Decorate your tiramisu in a glass of your own taste!
Ingredients for tiramisu in a glass
for about 4 people – for 4 glasses each 200 ml
- 250 g mascarpone
- 50 g sugar / brown sugar
- 2 fresh eggs – size L
- strong espresso – about 8 tbsp
- 4 teaspoons of amaretto, almond or coffee liqueur
- about 12 spoonfuls
- grated organic orange peel (about 1/4)
- a few fresh lemon balm, basil or mint leaves
- 1 pinch of salt
- Cocoa powder for dusting
- Nuts, strawberries and 4 pinches of cinnamon for garnish – optional
Even cherries are the perfect addition to the tiramisu in the glass
And that’s how easy Tiramisu is prepared in a glass:
Chop the spoon biscuits and divide into the four glasses. Mix espresso, amaretto or liqueur with 1 tbsp sugar and set aside. Separate the yolks and mix with half of the sugar (25 g) and the grated orange peel until the sugar melts.
Add the mascarpone and stir until the mixture becomes more homogeneous and lighter. In another bowl beat the egg whites with the remaining sugar until stiff and add a pinch of salt. Continue to stir and then slowly add the egg whites to the mascarpone mass using a rubber spatula. Stir again.
Pour the espresso-amaretto mixture over the crushed biscuits into each glass and press down. Place the mascarpone cream on top and let it cool in the fridge for about 1 hour.
You can also use other types of biscuits, but these should be quite soft
If desired, you can also add caramel syrup
Dust well with cocoa powder before serving and garnish as desired with the fresh lemon balm leaves, coffee beans or fruit.
Combine fresh mint with a few whole coffee beans
Dark chocolate chips are also great for decorating
Basil leaves are just as fitting and smell fresh
- If you want to make tiramisu in layers in the glass, at first only put half of the biscuits in the jars and only half of the espresso mixture and the mascarpone cream. And then as a second layer, the remaining quantities of the mixtures and the biscuits come on it.
- Just before serving, place an extra layer of mascarpone in the top of the glass and then serve with cocoa powder.
- Mix the cocoa powder with a pinch of cinnamon to make the whole thing a little more festive.
Bon Appetit and Merry Christmas!
A bit of creativity makes you even crave tiramisu in your glass
Enjoy tiramisu in a glass for two
… or even three…
Served with fresh strawberries or blackberries, it’s even more fun
Of course, you can always prepare the classic cake as well
Garnish with plenty of cocoa powder and whole coffee beans
Tiramisu always goes with the coffee
Prepare Tiramisu in your glass to your own taste and garnish!