10 Tiramisu Flavored Desserts

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Tiramisu flavored desserts are decadent, rich and creamy with hints of espresso and chocolate.

Tiramisu desserts include mascarpone cheese, giving the dessert its signature flavor.

You can make tiramisu flavored desserts including mousse, truffles, ice cream, cheesecake and brownies!

Tiramisu Flavored Dessert ideas

Tiramisu Croissants

Tiramisu croissants have a mascarpone cheese filling, and a drizzled of chocolate sauce on top.

Croissants are baked in the oven, and then filled with mascarpone cheese mixed with Kahlua and espresso, and a bit of heavy cream.

Mascarpone cheese is piped on top of the croissant, and then is dusted with cocoa powder.

Tiramisu croissants are garnished with a drizzle of chocolate sauce.

Tiramisu Flavored Dessert croissants

Tiramisu Macarons

Tiramisu macarons have a creamy Kahlua and espresso filling inside, with a dusting of cocoa powder on the outer shell.

Tiramisu macaron filling is made by whisking heavy cream until soft peaks form.

Mascarpone cheese and Kahlua are beaten into the heavy cream to infuse the tiramisu flavoring into the macaron filling.

Icing sugar, espresso powder, and cinnamon are added to the filling, and beaten together to finish off the spice mixture for the macarons.

Tiramisu macaron filling is piped onto the macarons, and sandwiched together. A light dusting of cocoa powder is added to the tops of the macarons.

Tiramisu Flavored macaron cookie Desserts

Tiramisu Popsicles

Tiramisu popsicles have a hint of espresso and dark rum infused into a creamy popsicle.

Powdered espresso is infused into boiling water to draw out the espresso flavoring.

Mascarpone cheese is beaten together with granulated sugar to make the base of the popsicle.

Heavy cream is beaten into the cheese until soft peaks form.

Part of the cheese mixture is mixed together with the espresso coffee, and dark rum.

Dark rum cheese mixture is piped into popsicle molds until it reaches 2/3 of the way through the mold.

Plain cheese mixture is piped into the remaining 1/3 of the popsicle mold, and then the popsicles are frozen.

After they have hardened, they are removed from the molds, and melted bittersweet chocolate is drizzled over the popsicles, and they are frozen again.

Tiramisu popsicles are specialty dessert you can enjoy right from the freezer.

Tiramisu Cupcakes

Tiramisu cupcakes are a vanilla cupcake, with a tiramisu filling in the center, and a tiramisu buttercream frosting.

Tiramisu cupcake filling is made by cooking egg yolks and granulated sugar over a double boiler. The eggs are whisked constantly until the sugar is absorbed by the eggs.

The eggs are removed from the heat source, and then whisked with a mixer.

Mascarpone cheese is folded into the eggs to make the base of the tiramisu filling.

Heavy cream is whipped in another bowl until stiff peaks form, and then folded into the tiramisu filling.

In another bowl, espresso powder is dissolved into warm water, with a bit of Kahlua.

After vanilla cupcakes have been cooked and cooled, they have their centers removed to make way for the filling.

Espresso and Kahlua is drizzled over the hole made in the cupcake, and then tiramisu filling is spooned in the center of the cupcake.

Tiramisu frosting is made by adding Kahlua and mascarpone cheese to buttercream frosting.

Tiramisu buttercream is piped onto the cupcakes, and then a dusting of cocoa powder is sprinkled on top of the frosting.

Garnish is a chocolate covered espresso bean.

Tiramisu Brownies

Tiramisu brownies are a chocolatey dessert, with a hint of espresso flavor.

Chocolate is melted, and beaten together with softened butter and sugar.

Eggs and egg whites are beaten into the butter chocolate mixture, along with flour to make the base of the brownies.

Brownie batter is poured into a lined baking sheet, leaving back about 1 cup of batter.

Lady fingers are placed upside down on top of the brownie batter, and are brushed with freshly brewed coffee to infuse the espresso flavor.

Mascarpone cheese is beaten together with softened cream cheese, sugar, egg whites and vanilla extract.

Mascarpone cheese is poured and spread overtop of the lady fingers.

Reserved brownie batter is spooned on top of the mascarpone cheese layer, and then swirled with a toothpick.

Tiramisu brownies are baked in the oven until they are set, and then cut into squares to enjoy this chocolatery tiramisu flavored brownie.

Tiramisu Flavored brownie Desserts

Tiramisu Ice Cream

Tiramisu ice cream is a velvety, soft ice cream with a luscious tiramisu flavor.

Milk is heated in a saucepan with mascarpone cheese on low heat.

In a separate bowl, egg yolks and granulated sugar is whisked together.

Hot milk is slowly added to the egg mixture to temper the eggs. After the milk is completely added to the eggs, the entire mixture it is placed back into the saucepan and heated again.

Espresso powder is infused into the ice cream base, and the custard will begin to thicken as it cooks.

Custard is removed from the heat source, and marsala wine is added to the mixture.

The custard is cooled, and then churned in the ice cream maker.

While the ice cream is churning, lady finger biscuits are dipped into freshly brewed espresso.

The cookies are chopped up, and then added to the ice cream at the end churning tiramisu ice cream dessert.

Tiramisu ice cream is frozen for a couple of hours prior to serving.

Tiramisu Flavored ice cream Desserts

Tiramisu Truffles

Tiramisu truffles are rich, chocolatey truffles with a hint of espresso.

Lady fingers are pulsed in a food processor until they become dusty crumbs.

Mascarpone cheese is whipped in a mixer, and then the lady fingers are folded into the mascarpone cheese along with espresso powder, and sugar.

Tiramisu Flavored truffle Desserts

Truffles are rolled into a ball form, and placed in the fridge with a toothpick sticking out of each truffle.

Chocolate is melted over a double boiler, and then each of the truffles are dipped into the melted chocolate.

Each of the toothpicks are removed from the truffles.

Tiramisu truffles can be dusted with lady finger crumbs, or espresso grounds.

Place the tiramisu dessert truffles in the fridge to harden the chocolate until you’re ready to serve them.

Tiramisu Cheesecake

Tiramisu cheesecake has a lady finger crust, and marsala wine infused whipped cream topping.

Lady fingers are dipped into a mixture of espresso and marsala wine, and then placed on the bottom of a line springform pan.

Tiramisu cheesecake is made with ricotta cheese, and vanilla extract, and then poured on top of the lady fingers.

After the cheesecake has been cooked and cooled, the whipped topping is made.

Whipped cream is whisked until soft peaks form. Marsala wine is added to the cream, and then whipped again.

Cream is piped on top of the chilled cheesecake, and a dusting of cocoa powder is added on top for a beautiful tiramisu flavored dessert.

Tiramisu Tart

Tiramisu tart has an espresso tart crust, with a creamy tiramisu center filling, and a dusting of cocoa powder on top.

Espresso tart crust is made by adding espresso powder into buttery tart dough, and then baking it in the oven and setting is aside for later.

Chopped dark chocolate and milk chocolate is placed in a metal bowl to make chocolate ganache.

Heavy cream is heated, and then brandy is added to the heavy cream. The mixture is poured over the chocolate, and whisked together to make a brandy chocolate ganache. After it has cooled, it’s poured into the cooled espresso tart and placed in the fridge to set.

Heavy cream is beaten together with powdered sugar until stiff peaks form.

Mascarpone cheese and vanilla bean paste is mixed into the whipped cream to make the tiramisu tart filling.

Tiramisu tart filling is piped onto the brandy chocolate ganache, and then it’s set it in the fridge for a couple of hours.

Cocoa powder is dusted on top of the tiramisu dessert tart, and then it can be served immediately.

Tiramisu Mousse

Tiramisu mousse is a rich, creamy dessert with a hint of chocolate and espresso flavor.

Instant coffee is placed into hot water to diffuse out the coffee flavor.

Heavy cream is beaten until stiff peaks form, and then placed in the fridge to chill.

Icing sugar and mascarpone cheese are whipped together, along with vanilla extract and coffee.

Mascarpone cheese mixture is folded into the chilled whipped cream to make the tiramisu mousse.

Tiramisu mousse is piped into a glass, and then a dusting of cocoa powder is placed on top. Another layer of mousse is piped on top, with dusting of cocoa powder on top.

When the glass is filled up with layers, grated baking chocolate is garnished on top of the tiramisu dessert.