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Tiramisu

May/June 1994, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Here's how we make our luscious Tiramisù with about a third of the fat and half the calories of most versions: we layer coffee-and-brandy-soaked ladyfingers with an ultra-light egg-white custard combined with rich mascarpone cheese and lower-fat Neufchâtel cheese. This healthier version of the triflelike dessert would pass muster in any Italian café.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was WONDERFUL. You can get the ladyfinger cookies on the ethnic food isle: Goya makes very good ones. I didn't split them in half and it didn't matter at all. YUUUUM! "
Tiramisu Recipe

3 Reviews for Tiramisu

10/08/2011
Fantastic!

My husband absolutely LOVES tiramisu. I made this one for his birthday and did not tell him it was a lower calorie version until after he ate it. He said he would not have known the difference if I hadn't told him. This recipe is a healthier option that does not sacrifice flavor or richness.

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09/08/2010
Anonymous

This was WONDERFUL. You can get the ladyfinger cookies on the ethnic food isle: Goya makes very good ones. I didn't split them in half and it didn't matter at all. YUUUUM!

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Very good! Best if made a day ahead so that all the flavors meld. Definitely a keeper!!!

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