Peach Tiramisu Family Size Portion Recipe step by step instruction with pictures how to diy tiramisu summer

Tiramisu is a popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert, from Italian meaning 'lift me up', exactly what we all need when the weather outside is terribly hot and stuffy. It takes about one hour to make a huge Family Size Portion of this dessert, but you can make a little one in no time!

Peach Tiramisu Family Size Portion Recipe step by step instruction with pictures how to diy tiramisu summer

I took a traditional Tiramisu recipe and slightly upgraded it for my own taste, for example in the original recipe ladyfinger is soaked in a mix of Amaretto and cooled espresso and I’ve decided to skip alcohol for my Tiramisu. I did not specify how much mascarpone and other ingredients you`ll need to take - take the quantity that will satisfy your family.

Peach Tiramisu Family Size Portion Recipe step by step instruction with pictures how to diy tiramisu summer

By the way, you can substitute mascarpone with sour cream, Greek yogurt, or cottage cheese (vegan substitutions are non-dairy cream cheese, tofu, and cashew puree). And if you are not a big fan of peach use any other fruit (banana, pineapple) or your favorite berries (raspberry or strawberry). Let's start!

Peach Tiramisu Family Size Portion Recipe step by step instruction with pictures how to diy tiramisu summer

Ingredients

• Savoiardi Biscuits (Ladyfinger)

• Mascarpone

• 2 Peaches

• Powdered Sugar

• 2 Eggs

• Cooled Espresso

• Cocoa Powder or Chocolate Shavings - for decoration

Peach Tiramisu Family Size Portion Recipe step by step instruction with pictures how to diy tiramisu summer

  • To start you’ll need to separate egg yolks from the egg whites and whip them separately. Add a pinch of salt to the whites, this will make them grow faster and easier. Yolks whip with powdered sugar until thick and pale in color. 

  • Now it is time to mix yolks and whites together with mascarpone.

  • In a separate bowl start to soak savoiardi biscuits (ladyfingers) and you can already start to arrange soaked ladyfingers close to each other in rows until the bottom of the pan will be completely covered with ladyfingers. 

  • Slice peaches and put them on top of ladyfingers, cover them with a generous coat of mascarpone. Smooth the coat with a rubber spatula or a wide spoon. Create another layer and another layer, slowly building your future Tiramisu. 

  • After everything is done put the dessert in the freezer for a few hours or the whole night. Before eating decorate it with cocoa powder or chocolate shavings and everything is done! 

  • I’ve never done cooking posts on my blog before, but to be honest, always wanted to write one for you. Please let me know in the comments if you liked it and if you find cooking posts interesting and useful for you, I'm excited to hear your opinion. See you all very soon, bon appetit!

Lots of love,
Liz