Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

October 26, 2015

 

Dear reader,

Tiramisu is one of my favorite desserts when made right. I'm including several different ways for you to make tiramisu from cake to cheesecake. Plus, I've included my homemade lady fingers recipe if you wish to make traditional tiramisu.

 

Happy and healthy gluten-free baking!

~ Carla

 

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RECIPES:

Delicious Gluten Free Tiramisu Parfait

One of my favorite recipes is tiramisu. These gluten free tiramisu parfaits combines some of my favorite fillings: vanilla pudding, cream cheese, and whipped cream with one of my favorite cakes, sponge cake. (The sponge cake is the same recipe I use in my Gluten Free Tiramisu Cake Recipe.) The espresso, or strong coffee, along with chocolate create traditional tirmasu flavor. It's easier to serve when having guests and is impressive. Tiramsu is often everyone's favorite. May they all enjoy!

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Gluten Free Tiramisu Cheesecake

Are two of your favorite desserts cheesecake and tiramisu? Make this gluten free tiramisu cheesecake and you'll hear lots of, "OMG!" - "This is to die for!" and "I love you!" Then as they go for seconds, you'll hear, "Are you trying to make me gain weight?" Meanwhile, I hope you feel the same way about this recipe. Enjoy!

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Image: Gluten Free Chocolate Tiramisu Cake

While this recipe takes much more effort than my traditional Gluten Free Tiramisu Cake, it is well worth it. It is the dessert I will be serving on Valentine's Day. Make several of the items one tor two days ahead of time.

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Image: Gluten Free Tiramisu Cake

An incredibly light gluten-free tiramisu cake recipe created by Carla Spacher, Founder of Gluten Free Recipe Box.

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Homemade Gluten Free Lady Fingers

You can easily make this gluten free lady fingers recipe by using my gluten free sponge cake recipe. (I have two recipes on this site for sponge cake, but I used the one calling for superfine rice flour.) The amount you make will vary, depending upon which pan you use. There are lady finger pans available, but you can get away with using a Hostess Twinkies Pan. You can also use a jelly roll pan and cut up individual pieces of cake. However, that method doesn't look as nice and you are taking the chance of the cake crumbling. If you do try this method, prior to slicing, refrigerate the cake at least 4 hours, preferably overnight. Meanwhile, now you can make traditional tiramisu and more!

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