Tiramisu Jello

June 22, 2011 at 10:37 pm | Posted in Chocolate, Coffee, Cookie, MascarponeCheese, SweetenedCondensedMilk | 6 Comments
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A request came in months ago from my friend Angeli to work out recipe for Tiramisu Jello. After a little experimenting I found the perfect balance of mascarpone cheese and sweetened condensed milk wrapped around coffee soaked lady fingers dusted with chocolate. A recipe that is very similar to the real thing but with a little gelatin to hold it all together in a tidy little serving.  Despite several reminders over the intervening months to make this jello, I managed to hold off the request to surprise her with it for her recent birthday. As you see this decadent dessert was met with much enthusiasm. The recipe for this appears in my new book. Happy Birthday Angeli!


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  1. Love getting your pictures of the Jell-O. It looks as if you have a great time pleasing friends and family with your creations. Can’t wait to get your recipe book!

  2. Best Birthday tiramisu EVER!

  3. I’ve never been a big tiramisu fan, don’t like the texture, I’m intrigued by the idea of this.

  4. I would love to have that recipe for Tiramisu Jello, it sounds delicious & not such a guilty pleasure. Thank you…

    • The recipe for this Jello will be available in my book which is coming out early next year. I will have more details about the book soon. Thanks so much!, Maria.

  5. […] jello mold was created especially for my friend Angeli who suffered an unfortunate climbing wall accident resulting in even more unfortunate knee […]

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