Maple Syrup Tiramisu

Being a coffee addict , Tiramisu is one of my most favorite desserts , ever. Having said that , it is quite clear that I like to indulge in a big portion of it.

So I decided to add the lowest calorie sweetener – 100% Maple Syrup to it to lower my guilt…and make my version of Maple Syrup Tiramisu.

The latest studies by the scientists at the University of Rhode Island, suggest that Maple Syrup is high in anti-oxidants and has similar health benefits as flax seeds , berries…hence , giving it a pass to make it’s entry to the superfood category.

This Maple syrup tiramisu is so super satisfying , I urge you to make it . And when you do ; don’t forget to tag us in your picture – #cookstyleclick . We would love to see you devour it!

 Prep time : 15 mins

 Total time : 4 hours

 servesServes : 4 

Ingredients

1 cup Mascarpone Cheese

1/2 cup Whipping Cream

250 grams Savoiardi , ladyfinger biscuits

1 Vanilla bean

80 ml Pure Maple Syrup

60 ml Baileys

60 ml Dark Rum

120 ml Espresso

1/4 cup Unsweetened Cocoa powder

Method

Split the vanilla bean in half and scrap out the vanilla seeds using the non sharp side of the knife.

Put the seeds in a big aluminum bowl and add the Mascarpone Cheese ,  Cream , Pure maple Syrup and Baileys and whip it together.

In a tall glass add the Coffee and Rum , and give the biscuits a quick dip. (If you take long the biscuits may get soggy and break,so work at ninja speed)

Break it into two and layer the bottom of the glass.

Top it with two spoons of the cream mixture.

Repeat a layer of the biscuits and then a layer of cream again.

Cover and Refrigerate it for 4  hours .

Dust it generously with Cocoa powder just before serving.

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2 Comments

  1. Juni suri

    April 29, 2017 at 7:59 am

    Love your web site
    I like the way the recipes are put together with the time to cook and the entire concept. A job well done .
    Wish you all the best

    Juni suri

  2. Juni suri

    April 29, 2017 at 7:59 am

    Love your web site
    I like the way the recipes are put together with the time to cook and the entire concept. A job well done .
    Wish you all the best

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