This popular Italian dessert is composed of delicate ladyfingers dipped in espresso and coffee liquor, then layered with a velvety mascarpone cream, and dusted with cocoa powder for a finishing touch. Tiramisu is a traditional Italian dessert with delicious layers of coffee-soaked biscuits, mascarpone cream and cocoa powder. The traditional recipe is made with ladyfingers soaked in coffee and a liqueur (usually Marsala) and covered with a cream made of mascarpone, raw egg yolk and sugar, then finished off … This classic tiramisu recipe without eggs is quick and easy to whip up and a total crowd-pleaser… Whip the cream till stiff and fold into the mascarpone mixture. An authentic tiramisu would t raditionally be made from ladyfingers dipped in coffee and then layered with a mixture of whipped cream, eggs, sugar, mascarpone cheese and sometimes, alcohol. This version has all the great taste of a traditional tiramisu, but it’s made without the raw eggs. In a bowl add icing sugar, vanilla sugar and half of the amaretto, stir. Add the mascarpone and beat with an electric mixer, the mixture will be rather stiff, so add enough milk to make it smooth, a tablespoon at a time. It is then … Add a few drops vanilla extract.