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Baby Tiramisù

January/February 2009

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If you're a fan of the classic Italian dessert Tiramisu, try this quick, lower-calorie variation the next time you need a dessert in a hurry. Both types of ladyfingers—spongy and crunchy—work well.



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"The ricotta cheese started becoming crumbly after a while, making the consistency weird and making the desert taste funky. Best eating upon making, when the ricotta is still fluffy. Also, not even close to the real thing. It would be...
Baby Tiramisù

7 Reviews for Baby Tiramisù

09/11/2010
Anonymous

I loved it. it was lovely and creamy but not too sweet, perfect for my helathy eating project.

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06/22/2010
Anonymous

it is moist and creamy and is so delicious

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 17 weeks ago

I modified even more to make

I modified even more to make low fat & sugar, by adding splenda or stevia to ricotta. Also used sugar free or low sugar choc syrup, plus a little Kahlua, & iced with lite cool-whip. Hard to mess up, tastes great with way less calories & it didn't cost $7. My next attempt wil be with Italian hazelnut, choc cookies.

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