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Best easy tiramisu (eggless,non-alcoholic)

I got this recipe from my friend's aunt back in Amman 17years ago.. I just did some adjustments and here how it is now.
It's so easy to make that even if it's your first time to cook, it'll turn out just perfect .. everyone will just love it.


  • 2 (36gm or 42gm) sachets Dream Whip cream (Powedered dessert topping mix)

  • 2 (170gm) cans thick cream (like Nestle or Pock)

  • 1/2 cup icing(powder) sugar

  • 1 glass (240ml) cream cheese or (250gm) mascarpone cheese

  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • 1/4 cup milk

  • 36 ladyfingers (savoiardi) biscuit

  • 1 1/2 cups hot water

  • 2 tablespoons Instant coffee

  • 1 tablespoon cocoa powder

  • 1 tablespoon sugar

  • Unsweetened cocoa powder, for dusting


  • 1.

    With electric mixer beat, on high speed, dream whip, heavy cream, cheese, vanilla, milk & icing sugar, till it becomes smooth& fluffy.

  • 2.

    Mix hot water with coffee, cocoa& sugar. Pour into a deep wide plate. Let cool down.

  • 3.

    Hold the biscuit, sugar side up, dip quickly in coffee mix only till middle centre of biscuit. Arrange layer in a 13x9 or 10x10 inch dish. Spoon half of the cream mix over the biscuits, proceed again with dipping and arranging another layer of biscuits. Spoon the other half of cream. Smooth the top with spatula.

  • 4.

    Cover plate with plastic wrap, and keep in fridge for 6hrs or overnight.

  • 5.

    Before serving, dust some cocoa with a siever to cover the top.


the quantity of biscuits you'll be consuming depends on the size of the plate your usning.. but i think you won't need more than 36pieces.

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Posted by RahmaReport
hi huda,its my first time ever to make tiramisu.and thanks too u, i got lots of husband said its outstanding:-)
Posted by RahmaReport
hi huda, i've tried out the recipe. its my first time ever to make tiramisu. never tried it b4 coz i dont like eggy taste.this one is definetely a husband said "its outstanding".and he rarely said that on food. so, thanks a lot.
Posted by Report
already looked for it in hyperpanda, carrefour, danube, bindawood.. now i can't find it "vicenci lady fingers in jeddah".. only bambini but the size lil bit small n expensive.. do you know where it is beside bambini??
Posted by Huda Abu HamdiaReport
Hi Anna, I'll ask my sister since she lives in Jeddeh and let you know.
If you can send me your email so I can reply to you, or you can send me msg over my face book account:
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hi I love u huda the recipe for ur disgusting tirmasu is very bad and smells exactly like ur breath btw ur breath is very distusting and smells like bins that are full in the summer time I hate u and hope u go to naaar and I think u r a shaitan and a donky and even juhaa in juhaa and the hamar is nicer than u
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sorry about this these children are very silly
Posted by Sameera2Report
Jazak-Allah khair MISS.CHEF HUDA! U SIMPLY SOUND SOO CUTE AND HELPFUL!! And ifrah too thanks for the advice i would surely go there once i get a chance... coz i bought this KOOK finger semoline thinking that it would be lady finger! huh but its actually not! Any how i'm in search of some gud recipie so that i can make use of the artificial finger biscuits :P lol :) Ihope this cake turns out to be the way Saadeddin ppl make! *drooling*
Posted by Huda Abu HamdiaReport
Thank you much dear Sameera, and inshalla for sure it'll turn out just perfect, it's really an easy recipe but with amazing result ;-)
Posted by Sameera2Report
Asalamualikum, Thannk you so much for posting the recipie.... i actually live in Saudi Arabia, Riyadh...
I was in search of the lady finger biscuit, mascorpone cheese.. but sadly coudnt find.. could you please let me know any subtitute or method of making it... and what is thick cream?? is it the almarai fresh cream or ghuistah??

I would be very much thankful, if u can respond to my comment.
Jazakh-Allah Khair :)