Easy TIRAMISU Cake | No-Bake Dessert


– Hey, everyone. It’s Natasha of NatashasKitchen.com, and today I’m gonna show you
how to make a classic tiramisu. This is a simple, make-ahead recipe, and you’re gonna love
what we put in the cream. So let’s get started. We’ll start with the syrup. In a medium bowl, combine
one and a half cups of strong coffee or espresso
with three tablespoons of rum. Quickly dip half of your ladyfingers into the coffee mixture. You can dip them one or two at a time, but make sure it’s a quick dip. If you over-soak them,
the cake may collapse. Now to make the custard cream. In a medium bowl, whisk
together six large egg yolks and three-fourths cup of granulated sugar. Place that over a medium saucepan with some simmering hot water and keep that over low heat, whisking constantly for
about eight to 10 minutes. Also make sure that bowl
is just over the steam and not touching the hot water. When it’s ready, you won’t
feel any granules of sugar, and it’ll be lighter in
color and slightly thickened. Carefully lift that off the heat and set aside to cool slightly. To make the mascarpone cream, beat together 16 ounces of mascarpone with three tablespoons of rum. You can use an electric hand mixer, and I’ll link to the one
we love in the notes. Just beat that together until
it’s creamy and well-combined. Then beat in all of
your warm yolk mixture. Continue beating until it’s
creamy and well-incorporated. Now in a separate large mixing bowl, beat two cups of cold heavy whipping cream until medium peaks form,
or for about three minutes. Make sure you don’t over-beat the cream. You’ll know it’s done when
you pull up on the whisk and the peaks on the cream lean slightly. You don’t want stiff peaks for this. Now using a spatula, fold half of the whipped cream
into the mascarpone cream just until it’s incorporated. Then add the remaining whipped cream and fold until well-combined. Again, do not over-mix or
it might become grainy. Now spread half of your cream mixture over that first layer of ladyfingers. And be generous because you
want a thick layer of cream in the center of this cake. Now dip the rest of your ladyfingers about one or two at time,
dipping just once on each side, and arrange those evenly
and in a single layer over the top of the cream. And, if you’re not able
to find ladyfingers in your grocery store, I’ll leave a link in the notes
to some you can buy online. Spread the remaining cream
evenly over the ladyfingers, making sure you get every last
drop of that delicious cream. And it does help to spread
with an offset spatula, and again, I’ll link to this in the notes. You want to cover that
tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least
six hours or overnight, which makes this a make-ahead dessert. Oh ho ho ho. Do you know what time it is? It is taste test time, and
I cannot wait to eat this. It’s been chilling in the refrigerator, the cream is set, and it’s ready to serve. And just before serving, I like to pummel it with some
unsweetened cocoa powder. And you can use just
a regular cocoa powder or Dutch processed,
whatever you like best. But the key is to be generous. Go all the way to the edges. Okay, and don’t worry about
getting it on the edges because when you’re done,
for a prettier presentation, you can take a pastry
brush or just a paper towel and wipe off the sides. So pretty. And what’s fun is for the holidays, if you have some kind of stencils, you can put those down first
and then dust the cocoa powder so you’ll get little designs on the top. So cute and festive. Okay, all that’s left
is to slice and serve. All right, and because
there’s cocoa on top, if you wipe your knife
clean between slices, you’ll get much cleaner cuts. All right, here we go. I’m excited. Are you excited? I know you are. Okay, here we go. Yum. You can see all those pretty layers with the ladyfingers and mascarpone. Mm. Okay, here we go. Going in for the taste test. Oh, and the fork cuts
through it so easily. Mm. Mm. Mm. Mm. It is just layer after layer of flavor. I love that the ladyfingers
are soaked in coffee and some of that rum. You can really taste the
rum through the cake. It’s in the ladyfingers,
it’s in the cream, and that cream, I’m telling you, it’s like a custard mascarpone
cream with the egg yolks. So flavorful. And best of all, there is
no raw eggs in this cake, so winning. If you want more holiday-worthy desserts, check out some of our
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77 thoughts on “Easy TIRAMISU Cake | No-Bake Dessert

  1. Обожаю этот десерт, тоже недавно готовил, но ел прямо из чаши)))) Доставать его не так удобно)))

  2. This looks so good Natasha, though I have a question. If you're like me, and not a fan of alcohol, could you replace the rum with rum extract instead?

  3. Кстати, Наташа, можешь оставить комментарий под каким-нибудь из моих видео, и к тебе пойдут мои зрители) Потому что подача у тебя оооочень интересная) ты молодец! Скажем под шоколадным тортом)))) Он супер)

  4. it's look like our dessert in my country ,we used biscuits and mango,cream,condense milk it is mango float ,but i'm gonna try this 🤔🤗

  5. The Live Stream Finished I couldnt answer you Natasha. Thank you for wishing me Happy Birthday Nov. 22 , 2019 Want to do this for my Birthday.

  6. Looks delicious, unfortunately i am diabetic so is off limits for me, but you folks enjoy !, i save my daily carb limit for potatoes, pasta, rice, etc…i like them better anyway. Folks, if you have never tried Mrs.Natasha's shrimp fettucini al fredo recipe, it is a must, please try it…so delicious.

  7. Hi! Sorry! I'm late! Mmmmmmmm… i love tiramisu! Tiramisu is so good. 😋😋😋 Taste sweet n creamy tiramisu cake. Great recipe. See u next time.

  8. Oo my good that dessert looks so yummy and tasty and very creamy! Thanks Natasha for that amazing dessert! Have a nice day! 👍👏🍴

  9. Sometime my place difficult to find the sponge fingers so I use vanilla pound cake and plus my family don't like coffee taste/smell so I use hot chocolatemilk and my family love it..
    Me too I cook my egg yolk by double boiling like u did,dear,it's taste like a custard caramel..it so delicious

  10. I love your version I will try it next time ! I just had mine with Philadelphia cream cheese, sugar, whipping cream ,canned pineapple bits ( the juice I use it to dip lady fingers) and fine instant coffee for dusting the top ,thx

  11. I wonder how would taste with sliced banana 🍌 layers 🤔
    but no 😬 I’ll follow steps see if it comes out as delicious as yours 😋 I’ll try a different way some other time
    Thank you Natasha 🥰👍🏻

  12. wow that looks so yummy, I think I will make that for my work mates yum yum yum, thanks for sharing yr recipe yr the best

  13. Hmmm Nastasha getting fancy with the dessert i see. Let's face it, Tiramisu Cake is Hostess Twinkies meets Chocolate Mousse on steroids. Looks rich & delicious. Thanks Natasha!😀

  14. You are super funny and your recipes are really good! You are my “go to” when I look for good recipes on youtube! Thank you Natasha!

  15. 40 божья коровка 🐞in the recipe in Russian translation ! 🤣what the hell does that mean?🤣🤣🤣🤣oh I get it, ladyfingers???🤣🤣🤣🤣not ladybug. Otherwise it’s a novelty tiramisu with 🐞 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  16. Funny and educating as always…gotta love Natasha's video! I played and replayed the first five seconds at least…5 times…you always get me rolling down Natasha! Well then, let's watch the rest of the video…

  17. Your videos are always so cleverly edited !! Have you ever smoked a turkey ?
    I'm having trouble getting mine juicy and tender. I need some help !!

  18. Bravissima hai fatto un tiramisù meraviglioso te lo dico io che sono italiana che faccio sempre il tiramisù👌👌👌❣❣❣

  19. Are you excited? I know you are hahaha 😄😄 ,,just fantastic yummy 😋 I’m Sarah from egypt and I really wanna meet u someday Natasha ♥️

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