Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Raspberry tiramisu

We just love it, made it over and over and are now ready to show it to you.   
However, we didn't made photo's of the process yet, but we are sure we are going to make it many more times.. so the pictures are on their way!

Still,we got a beautiful picture of the result (: 

What do you think? Doesn't that just looks B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L?

And guess what? I tastes as delicious as it looks. Maybe even 10 times better! 

You will need:

600 gr raspberry's 
100 gr powdered sugar + 4 tbs
250 ml heavy cream
1 vanilla pod
250 g mascarpone
175 g ladyfingers
125 raspberry's
10 tbs cristal clear (flavored water; we used the flavor cranberries, but you can use any flavor you like)
And a overdish/glass dish to make the tiramisu in. 

First, you want to puree the 600 gr of rapsberry's with 2 tbs of sugar. You can do this in a blender, but if you don't have one, i'm sure a fork will work aswell. 

You want to sprinkle the remaining 2 tbs of sugar on top of the rest of the raspberry's.  

Beat the cream until stiff peaks.
Loosen the mascarpone and add the powdered sugar and the marrow of the vanilla pod (you can also use vanilla extract if you can't find a vanilla pod).

Fold your cream into this mixure, but make sure you keep the air in it.

Line half of the ladyfingers on the botter of the dish and spoon over 5 tbs of cristal clear. If you want it more soaked, use some more. 
Then spoon over half of the mascarpone mixture and on top of that half of the raspberry puree. 

Finish with half of the whole rasperry's and start again.  
Ladyfingers-cristal clear-mascarpone-raspberry puree-whole raspberry's. 

Make sure you end with the whole raspberry's on top.

We did the process twice, if you can do more, feel free to do more. 

Finish with a sprinkle of powdered sugar, and done!
No yet.. the hardest part is that you have to put it in the fridge for at least 2 hours for the mascarpone to set..
..and then it is more than ready to dive in!

We hope you like this dessert as much as we do! 


  1. I LOVE this one! Good job girls!

  2. Wow, one of the best desserts I ever had! Awsome creation you two girls!

  3. Heerlijk! Originele variatie op de tiramisu met koffie (waar mijn kinderen niet van houden). Ik heb diepvries frambozen gebruikt en daar gaat iets meer suiker bij dan in dit recept. Komt hier zeker vaker op tafel!