A classic Italian dessert with fruity flavors, this strawberry tiramisu is the perfect ending to any meal. It is an easy recipe made without eggs, alcohol, and coffee. Using Multo™ by CookingPal® also allows you to make this dessert in just one pot - pureé the strawberries and then attach the butterfly whisk to whip the cream filling. Six ingredients, one machine, and dessert made in less than 10 minutes - buonissimo!
How to make Strawberry Tiramisu with Multo™ by CookingPal®?
1. Pureé the strawberries.
Multo™ is not only a blender and food processor, but there are also heating elements at the bottom of the bowl used to boil, steam, and sauté food. This ability allows you to pureé the strawberries quickly and effortlessly.
2. Whip the cream by using the Butterfly Whisk.
The Butterfly Whisk is one accessory that comes with Multo™. Simply attach, add the cream, and achieve fluffy, airy whipped cream in no time.
3. Mix yogurt and syrup with the cream.
Set Multo™ to low speed and mix in the yogurt and syrup until fully incorporated with the cream.
4. Layer the tiramisu and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
This is where you get creative. Layer ingredients in the baking dish or glasses and decorate with fruit. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.
Cooking tips and tricks
Keep the cream chilled before whipping it. The fat in chilled dairy emulsifies faster and stay emulsified longer when cold, so this tip will make for a fluffier whipped cream in less time.
If possible, choose crispy lady fingers (called Savoiardi in Italian) for this recipe. They will maintain shape and structure and will not get soggy as fast as softer-baked lady fingers.
You can substitute other syrups for sweeteners in this recipe. Options include date syrup and maple syrup and serve as a good replacement for those wanting to use a more “natural” sugar in their baking. In addition, syrups like date syrups are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber - all things desired in a healthy diet.
Fresh strawberries are the best option for this recipe. The brighter the color will result in a more intense fruity flavor, along with bringing natural sweetness to the dessert.
What are the variations of Strawberry Tiramisu?
If you want a more traditional tiramisu flavor, replace the coulis with espresso or a boozy coffee mixture. Soaking or brushing the lady fingers with these options will result in a stronger coffee flavor.
Mascarpone cheese is an ingredient in Italian tiramisu and can be a great substitute for the yogurt in this recipe. Thanks to its higher percentage of butterfat, mascarpone cheese will bring a creamy texture and rich flavor to the filling.
Replace or add different fresh fruits to the recipe. Good alternatives are raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and peaches. These not only bring their natural fruit flavors but also add a pop of color to its presentation.
The final verdict on the tiramisu - how does it taste?
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A coffee-flavored Italian dessert layered with lady finger cookies, creamy mascarpone cheese, and sweet strawberries. This recipe creates a sweet, beautiful masterpiece that is sure to be a sweet-ending to any meal.
23 OZ / 650 G strawberries, divided
9 OZ / 250 G elderflower syrup, divided
9 OZ / 250 G whipping cream
14 OZ / 400 G plain Greek yogurt
9 OZ / 250 G ladyfingers
Place the strawberries and elderflower syrup in the mixing bowl. Cook the mixture for 6 minutes / 212°F|100°C / speed 1.
Reduce and puree for 30 seconds / speed 4, gradually increasing the speed from 4-9.
Remove the resulting coulis and allow to cool for 1 hour. Clean the mixing bowl with cold water.
Insert the whisk. Put the whole cream in the mixing bowl.
Then whip the cream under close observation until it reaches the desired consistency for 3 minutes / speed 3.
Add the yogurt and the rest of the elderflower syrup.
And mix it in the cream for 10 seconds / speed 3. Remove the whisk.
Place half of the ladyfingers at the bottom of a (25 × 20 × 5 cm) baking dish.
Spread half of the strawberry coulis over the top, followed by half of the yogurt cream, and then cover with the remaining ladyfingers.
Spread the rest of the strawberry coulis over the top and cover with the remaining yogurt cream. Cover the tiramisu and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.