- Flour 250 grams
- Sugar 130 grams • 470 kcal
- Butter 120 grams • 717 kcal
- Eggs 3 • 130 kcal
- Coffee 40 ml
- baking powder for desserts 16 grams
- Salt 1 pinch • 1 kcal
- Milk 50 ml • 49 kcal
- Instant Coffee 2 tablespoons
- Mascarpone cheese 500 grams
- Whipping cream 250 ml
- Sugar 50 grams • 470 kcal
- Cocoa as much as is needed
The soft tiramisu tart is a delicious dessert, which comes from the union between a classic tart and one of the most loved of Italian desserts that is tiramisu. The mascarpone cheese cream, prepared without eggs to contrast the substance of the base, rests on a soft and crumbly tart, slightly flavored with coffee. An original and inviting desssert, with an enchanting flavor, ideal for a special occasion or even to surprise the ones you love. Making it is very simple; just follow our recipe step by step.
How to make the soft tiramisu tart
Grease the mold carefully (1).
In a bowl mix the eggs with the sugar (2) by whipping them slightly.
Add the coffee to the egg-sugar mixture (3).
Also add the melted butter (4).
Finally add the flour already mixed with the baking powder (5) and mix until you have a thick and homogeneous mixture.
Pour it into the mold (6) and bake in a static hot oven at 180 degrees C for about 35 minutes. In the meantime, heat the milk for the syrup and melt the coffee.
Then prepare the cream; whip the cream with the sugar, soften the mascarpone and add it to the cream, mixing gently (7). Transfer it to a piping bag.
Take the tart out from the oven and let it cool. Impregnate the base with the milk syrup (8).
Spread the cream over the tart with the piping bag, in small tufts (9).
Decorate the surface of the tart with cocoa (10).
Keep the dessert in the refrigerator until ready to serve (11).
To prepare this dessert, the ideal it would be good to use a special mold that has a groove that allows you to accommodate the cream effortlessly; butter it properly and take out the soft tiramisu tart will be very easy. If you don't have it available, you can use a common tart mold.
You can vary the cream as you prefer; by inserting chocolate chips for example, or by replacing the mascarpone cheese with another creamy type.
When you have completed the decoration it is very important to let the tart rest in the refrigerator for a couple of hours at least; in this way the base will have time to compact perfectly.
If you love variations on the tiramisu theme, try it in a cake version.
You can preserve your soft tiramisu tart in the refrigerator, tightly closed in an airtight container, for 1-2 days.