Monday, June 1, 2009

TIRAMISU Non-Bake Cake

Encouraging my kids to do experiments, cook, bake, invent their own toys is part and parcel of our life which we really enjoy doing together. Baking cakes is one of our favorite.

I always start up with easy recipe so they will have no problem preparing, enjoy their own results and feel great achievement after that. Let me share with you one of my favorite recipe which never fail us. Try it mums and dads. Your kids will love it.

The best thing with this recipe is that it DOES NOT REQUIRE BAKING.

Ingredients :
75g sugar
3 egg yolks
250g whipped fresh cream
250g mascarpone cheese
2 packets sponge fingers
1 cup black coffee
8-10 tbsps brandy
Some cocoa power for dusting

Preparation :
Put egg yolks and sugar in a mixing bowl and cream them together until thick. Add mascarpone cheese and continue beating. In a separate bowl, whip fresh cream. Fold whip fresh cream into the cheese mixture and set aside.

2. Mix coffee and brandy in a separate bowl. Dip each sponge finger into the coffee mixture and line the base of a baking pan.

3. Spread a layer of cheese mix over. Add another layer of dipped sponge fingers and another layer of cheese. Dust with cocoa. Chill in the fridge for 4 hours but it taste best when chill overnight.

Enjoy little friends, big friends, dads and mums with this easy recipe. Hope you have fun with it.

Tips :

My kids and I love to eat it frozen like ice-cream. The pics above is after freezing for 1 hour.

You may just chill it and the texture will be soft. You can serve in beautiful desert bowls and scoop with spoon.


rants4u said...

Hi, was wondering does the cake hold its shape even with no geletine in it??

Verytiki said...

Hihi rants4u

Sorry for such a late reply. Thousand apologies hehe.

The cake is a bit soft when you remove from refrigerator. You have to scope with spoon. Thus, it will be good if you present it in dessert cups or bowl.

If you freeze it, it taste like ice-cream cake. In my slide show, the cake is frozen and I can slice it...cos my kids love it to be frozen.

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