This easy Low Carb Tiramisu recipe is a sweet and deliciously creamy dessert. It's perfectly low carb, full flavored and a splendid way to beat cravings on Keto or the Low Carb WOE.
This modern twist on twist on Tiramisu doesn't require the use of raw eggs so it's ultimate comfort and divine satisfaction in one.
About Keto Tiramisu:
This creamy rich and Low carb Tiramisu recipe is like sharing a bowl of happiness with your loved ones. The concept of a coffee-soaked biscuit base and thick vanilla tiramisu filling along with a generous dusting of cocoa powder is total pure indulgence.
You'll be using simple, quality ingredients to create a taste sensation in one bowl. All of the ingredients are very simple, and you might have them in your kitchen already.
Servings ( 2 people)
For the Coffee Soaked Biscuit Base:
- ¼ cup almond flour
- 1 tbs allulose
- Pinch of salt
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- One and a half teaspoon butter melted
- 1 teaspoon espresso or any strong brew coffee
- 1 tablespoon Marsala wine or dry white wine
- 3 tablespoon allulose - to taste
- ⅓ cup Mascarpone cheese - or ricotta at room temperature
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 3 tablespoon whipped heavy cream
- cocoa powder for dusting
👨🏿🍳How to make Easy Tiramisu Recipe for two people:
For the biscuit base:
1.) Add almond flour to a dry skillet and toast it over medium heat until golden brown. (2-3 minutes)
2.) In a medium bowl, mix cinnamon, Allulose, salt, and roasted almond flour.
3.) Add in butter and coffee, mix until thoroughly combined. Spoon it evenly into 2 serving glasses. Let it chill in the fridge while you make the tiramisu (and don't worry if it seems soggy; it's normal at this stage!).
The Keto Tiramisu Filling:
4.) Take a small bowl, add in vanilla, Marsala, sweetener, and Mascarpone, and mix them well.
5.) In a medium bowl, add heavy cream and beat it with an electric beater until it's fluffy. Now gently fold the above Mascarpone mixture into the heavy whipped cream.
I love this hand mixer! It costs more than I wanted it to but it's amazing.
6.) Transfer the tiramisu mixture into prepared serving glasses and freeze for 30 minutes or chill in the refrigerator for 8 hours. Generously dust with cocoa powder and serve.
This is the perfect classy after dinner treat. But it's even even better if you're curled up on the couch watching some Netflix after a long frenzied week.
📋Tips & FAQ's:
What alcohol is in tiramisu? Can I skip it?
Tiramisu traditionally contains Marsala wine, but if you want to substitute it, you can also go with brandy or rum.
However, if you want to prepare non-alcoholic tiramisu, you can skip it. It's optional, and only used for flavor.
Can I use normal coffee for tiramisu?
Espresso is a signature component in tiramisu.
However, If you don’t want to use espresso you can use any strongly brewed coffee.
But I recommend you to go with espresso if you can to get the full taste of low carb tiramisu.
What meals does the Low Carb Tiramisu go with?
Glad you asked 😎.
- Hearty Lamb Stew
- Prime Rib
- Eggplant Lasagna
- Crock Pot Beef Bourguignon
- Coconut Shrimp
- Mozzarella Chicken
That's it for the Low Carb Tiramisu!
I was really excited to share this recipe with you this week.
Have you ever met anyone who isn't excited about tiramisu? I haven't!
This version is so easy to prepare that you can even make for unexpected guests, if we ever have those again...
Wait no more, grab your apron and get into the kitchen!
As always, please leave any questions or comments below and I'll be happy to help.
Easy Low Carb Tiramisu for Two
The Soaked Biscuit Base
For the biscuit base:
- Lightly toast almond flour in a dry skillet or pan over medium heat, until golden (2-4 minutes). Don't skip this step!
- Spoon toasted almond flour to a small mixing bowl and mix in Allulose, cinnamon and salt. Add in butter and coffee, mix until thoroughly combined. Spoon evenly into 2 serving glasses. Chill while you make the tiramisu (and don't worry if it seems soggy, this is normal at this stage!).
- Mix Mascarpone, Marsala, sweetener and vanilla together in a small bowl.
- Add heavy cream to a medium bowl and beat with an electric mixer until it's fluffy. Gently fold the Mascarpone mixture into the whipped cream. Spoon into glasses.
- Freeze for 30 minutes or chill in the fridge for up to 8 hours. Generously dust with cocoa powder and serve.(in the photos I added store bought low carb chocolate syrup)
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The nutritional information for the Low Carb Tiramisu Recipe is provided as a courtesy.
We are pretty careful about our figures but if you ever feel like anything is off please feel free to do your own calculations.