Welcome the new year in with this cuh-razy gorgeous Tiramisu. Just a little boozy, just a lotta fabulous!Tiramisu
is served at all the fanciest restaurants, but that doesn't mean you have to pay restaurant prices to get a bite of this indulgent dessert.
Loaded with coffee and rum, this creamy delight is a snap to make, made even snappier by our quick switch out for one of the classic ingredients.
Toss some cream cheese into your electric mixer. You'll want to make sure it's softened so your tiramisu comes out creamy and delectable.
Add some heavy cream, rum, and a good bit of powdered instant coffee. I used the a toffee flavored cappuccino and it was to die delish!
Use a potato peeler to grate a bar of dark chocolate into pretty little pieces.
Grab yourself a box of Cookie Crisp. "Cookie Crisp?" you ask. Why yes! Rather than hunting down ladyfingers, the traditional cakey layer in a tiramisu, you're going to go quick, easy, and fab with a box of cereal. Tastes just as good as the original, I promise!
Layer a little of the cream mixture, a bit of the Cookie Crisps, then more cream. Top plentifully with grated chocolate then cover tightly with plastic wrap and allow your tiramisu to sit in the fridge over night. This will give time for those Cookie Crisps to…well…turn into cookie ladyfinger cakes. For reals! It will totally happen if you can be patient enough for the process.
Garnish if you want with a few fresh raspberries or cranberries, and a classy sprig of mint.
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