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    Grain-Free Probiotic Tiramisu Recipe

    Grain-Free Probiotic Tiramisu
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  • Recipe Description:

    Rich and decadent without being overly sweet is the best way to describe this classic Italian dessert. A velevety custard and cream surround an espresso soaked spongy cookie with a generous sprinkling of cocoa on top to compliment.

    Recipe Instructions:

    In a medium saucepan, whisk together egg yolks and honey until well blended. Whisk in milk and cook over medium heat until mixture boils, stirring constantly. Allow mixture to boil gently for about a minute. Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly before covering and placing in the refrigerator to cool for about an hour.

    In a medium bowl beat cream and vanilla until stiff peaks form.

    Beat mascarpone into egg yolk mixture until smooth and creamy.

    At this point, you can choose whether to fold the whipped cream into the mascarpone mixture, or to keep them separate (as I did--directions follow) and layer them. I think it's easier to layer them and it keeps the cream fluffy.

    Split the ladyfingers in half lengthwise and drizzle them with the espresso.

    Arrange half of the soaked lady fingers in the bottom of a 7 x 11 inch dish. Dust with half of the cinnamon. Spread half the mascarpone mixture over the ladyfingers, then half the whipped cream oven that. Repeat layers and dust the top with a generous sprinkling of cacao powder.

    Cover and refrigerate for about 4 hours or until set.

    Comments and Reviews

  • Belenda says:
    I just love your site. I look forward to seeing what's new every single day. Even though I'm in P2 of my hCG round, I am always drooling over your recipes and have a definite plan for what to make as soon as I hit P3!! LOL Thanks so much!! Reply
  • Cindy says:
    I was wondering if coconut flour can be replaced with almond flour or another gluten-free alternative since I cannot consume anything coconut related. Reply
    • I am assuming you're referring to the lady fingers in the recipe. You probably could make them with almond meal, but I have not tried it. The proportion wouldn't be the same. I would try to use around 3/4 cup of almond meal....maybe slightly less. You will have to experiment and let me know how they turn out. Not sure how spongy they would be. Good luck! Reply
  • HomesteadHost says:
    This looks inCREDible! Can't wait to try it tomorrow! Reply
  • Kristy says:
    Will have to try this!!! Reply
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