“A tiramisu recipe that’ll impress your guests!”
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Some things in life are hard to replicate, but thankfully, the Cheesecake Factory tiramisu isn’t one of them.
All you need is a pack of tea biscuits, a couple of instant coffee sachets, and some praline paste. And bam—you’ve got the crust.
The cream layer? You won’t believe how easy it is!
Follow our step-by-step guide, and before you know it, you’ll be dipping your fork into a slice of tiramisu that’s just as good as the real thing.
Easy Cheesecake Factory Tiramisu
- 9 oz. tea biscuits (250 g)
- 2 personal bags Nescafe cappuccino instant coffee (25 g)
- Praline paste (optional, to taste)
- 2 cups heavy cream (cold (500 ml))
- 10½ oz. pastry cream powder (300 g)
- 9 oz. mascarpone (250 g)
- 3 tbsp. confectioner’s sugar
- Cocoa powder (Hershey’s – recommended)
- Cocoa-covered chocolate truffles
- Bring water to a boil and pour it into a bowl with the cappuccino mix.
- Blend everything together until the cappuccino dissolves completely.
- Dip your biscuits in the coffee bowl.
- Arrange them neatly in your pan, creating an even crust layer.
- Scoop some praline paste and spread it over the biscuits. (Optional)
- Pop the pan into the fridge.
Cream and Cake Assembly:
- Let the mascarpone sit out for a few minutes till it softens.
- Whip the heavy cream with the pastry cream powder and the mascarpone.
- Gradually add the confectioner’s sugar and keep beating until you get a slightly firm mix.
- Take the pan out of the fridge and pour the cream over the crust.
- Even out the top of the cake using a rubber spatula.
- Freeze the cake for 4 hours.
- Grab the bottom piece of a springform pan and use it to cover half the frozen cake.
- Sprinkle cocoa powder over the exposed half.
- Switch sides and use truffles to garnish the other side before serving.
- While dipping and arranging the tea biscuits, it’s important to work fast. Otherwise, the biscuits will be too soft to handle!
- Sift the powders before whipping them to avoid lumps.
- Lining the square pan with a cake collar isn’t necessary, but it’s just great for the aesthetics.
- You might get away with refrigerating (rather than freezing) your tiramisu.
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