Saturday, July 20 2024

STRAWBERRY TIRAMISU is a really yummy dessert that adults really like, but it is also perfect for children.

In fact, since there is no coffee or liqueur in it, it can be enjoyed even by the little ones.

Sweet but not too sweet, this tiramisu is quite light and therefore ideal to serve even after a very rich dinner or lunch.





  • 40 ladyfingers
  • 1 cup of mascarpone cheese
  • 3 eggs
  • 3/4 cup of sugar
  • 17 oz of strawberries
  • 1/2 cup of water



1. Wash the strawberries well, dry them, clean them of the stem and cut them into thin slices; then place about 7 oz of strawberries in a blender with the water and 1/4 cup of sugar.

Blend everything well until you get a liquid juice-like mixture that you will pour into a bowl with a fairly wide bottom.

2. Take two bowls: in one put the yolks of the eggs and in the other the egg whites.

3. With an electric whisk, start whipping the egg whites to stiff peaks.

When they have reached a very soft and frothy consistency, put them to rest a few minutes in the refrigerator.

4. Take the other bowl (where you have just left your yolks) and with a whisk start working the yolks with the remaining sugar.

As soon as the yolks are well mixed with the sugar forming a velvety cream, add also the mascarpone taking care to mix the mixture very well and trying to avoid lumps forming. I use, to make it faster and to avoid the formation of lumps, the whisk just used to beat the egg whites.

5. Take your beaten egg whites out of the refrigerator and insert them into the mixture formed by the mascarpone, sugar and yolks.

6. Take the ladyfingers and soak them lightly in the juice you obtained from the strawberries, trying not to soak them too much (if, in fact, your cookies should turn out to be too soaked in the juice, the strawberry tiramisu, once finished, will be too liquid and will not have the right consistency).




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