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Strawberry Tiramisu (kids friendly, no alcohol)



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Strawberry Tiramisu (kids friendly, no alcohol)

  • 300 g sopnge finger biscuits
  • 500 g strawberries, (all fresh, or 50:50 frozen:fresh)
  • 50 g sugar, (20g and 30g)
  • 1 orange, juice of
  • 1/2 lemon, juice of
  • 250 g Mascarpone cheese
  • 120 g yoghurt
  • 100 g cream, whipped
  • 6
    Preparation 30min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Hull and half 250g of the fresh strawberries. These are for decoration.
    2. If using frozen berries for the puree, let them defrost slightly.
    3. Juice the orange. Set 4 tbsp of the orange juice aside for the puree, the rest is for the fingers.
    4. Juice the half lemon.
    5. Cover the base of a lasagna dish with sponge fingers (about 200-300g, depending on size of the dish).
    6. Drizzle the orange juice (not the 4tbsp) over the sponge fingers. Set the dish aside.
  2. Strawberry puree
  3. 1. Add 20g of the sugar, the 4tbsp orange juice, the lemon juice and 250g strawberries (not the cut ones that were put aside before) to the mixing bowl.
    2. Puree for 30s on speed 10.
    3. Spread this puree over the sponge fingers.
    4. Briefly rinse bowl with cold water.
  4. Mascarpone cream
  5. 1. If you need to whip your cream, do this now (sp3 with butterfly, look up Basic Cook Book for instructions).
    2. Empty bowl and set cream aside. No need to clean bowl.
    3. Add mascarpone, remaining (30g) sugar and yoghurt to the bowl.
    4. Stir 20s at speed 5.
    5. Add to the cream and gently fold cream into mascarpone mixture.
    6. Spread this cream mixture on top of the berry puree in your dish.
    7. Decorate with hulled and halved strawberries that were set aside.
    8. Chill for at least 2h before serving.

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Fruit Tiramisu as a lighter alternative to coffee and alcohol based traditional Tiramisu (which also includes raw egg) is a common dish in Germany.

This would probably work with any berries. Just make sure you use the nice looking fresh ones for decoration and the frozen ones for the puree.

My son helped me with this. As it only involves hulling strawberries, I think it should be fine for kids. Maybe half the orange and lemon for them and help them with the squeezing.

This is not my creation. The original recipe and therefore the credits go to MonaLisaL on the German recipecommunity:

In the original recipe, she uses a dish of half the size and layers everything twice. Also, the white layer remained white, whereas in my case it started mixing with the strawberry puree. However, this did not affect the taste and my daughter loved it because it was pink tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Lovely idea. My daughter hates coffee, but we love...

    Submitted by The Bush Gourmand on 4. June 2020 - 20:52.

    Lovely idea. My daughter hates coffee, but we love Tiramisu. I'd like to try this recipe and perhaps use some strawberry liqueur.


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