Chocolate Tiramisu

Hiiii,  I have made this Chocolate Tiramisu many times before, and what I like about it is that it is different from the usual Italian version.  Not that I don’t love that version don’t get me wrong I love Tiramisu, this one just differs in the base.  It is made with semi sweet chocolate, espresso and coffee liqueur.   Nice combination right!  🙂    Even though I am not a big lover of chocolate, like I have mentioned before…I do enjoy a piece of this tiramisu once in a while…:)  

I tend to make this recipe  in a bowl and not in a baking pan.  (you can choose which ever you prefer)   What I usual do is a have a large serving spoon, and just serve it this way. I hope you enjoy this recipe!!



Chocolate Base:

  • 500 grams semi sweet chocolate
  • 300 ml. whip cream
  • 125 ml strong Espresso or strong filtered coffee
  • 250 grams lady fingers

Tiramisu filling:

  • 500 grams Mascarpone Cheese
  • 500 ml. whip cream
  • 50 ml Coffee Liqueur
  • 100 grams Cocoa for topping


  1. Add 300 ml. of heavy cream along with the espresso or strong filtered coffee into a sauce pan. Keep in mind do not bring this to a boil, let it simmer and stir until you see the first bubbles.
  2. Pour the espresso cream mix into the semi-sweet chocolate and stir with a spoon or fork until the chocolate starts to melt.
  3. Once the chocolate has melted start to whip.
  4. In a large bowl add in the lady fingers and pour in the chocolate mix. Place the bowl in the refrigerator for about an 1 hour, so that the chocolate base can cool.
  5. While the chocolate base is cooling off in the refrigerator, you can work on the Tiramisu filling. In a large bowl, add the Mascarpone cheese and the coffee liqueur and mix. (I use Tia Maria as the coffee liqueuMix both ingredients together until it is a smooth base.
  6. Add whip cream into mascarpone mix and whip for a few minutes. Now, as for as I am concerned in regards to making whip cream, not really good at it. 🙁 I have tried many times to do it but it just doesn’t work out. Soooo, I buy ready made whip cream. 🙂
  7. Spread whip cream and top off with Cocoa 🙂

Comments (26)

  • This looks so delicious! 😍😍😍
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thnak you..:)
  • dtills 3 years ago Reply
    This looks amazing! I am so sorry for your loss, Sophie. My thoughts are with you and your husband. Try to enjoy the rest of the weekend.
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thank you Dee dee very kind of you :(
  • chefkreso 3 years ago Reply
    Tiramisu is one of my favourite desserts! Have to try your version :)
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thank you let me know how it worked out :)
  • Megala 3 years ago Reply
    Great recipe ! I find your tip to fill the cone very useful! Btw very sorry for the loss !
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thank you Megala very nice of you :(
  • Lenneke Campo 3 years ago Reply
    Hi Sophie, we are home again and it feels good! I reed Your blog, what a sad news that you heard, about Your Friend! I'm sorry for you and Pedro! He was young? I hoop to see you soon, love Lenneke >
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Hello and Welcome back.... He was 49, married with 2 little girls.
  • preppypinkpiglet 3 years ago Reply
    I love Tiramisu 😍 And now I want some 😋
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    I have to make you a box and send you a few things. Unless, your ever in my parts Netherlands. :)
    preppypinkpiglet 3 years ago
    I've never been to the Netherlands but if I ever do, will definitely drop in 😃 until then, the box seems like a great idea 💖
    foodzesty 3 years ago
  • FrugalHausfrau 3 years ago Reply
    So sorry to hear of your loss Sophie; my heart goes out to you. I think it can be especially difficult when it's so unexpected like a motorcycle accident. This is a lovely recipe, by the way. Mollie
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thank you so much!!
  • mistimaan 3 years ago Reply
    Sorry to hear such a sad news but your recipe is yum and would love to taste it
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thank you very kind of you.
  • I jumped over from MilitantNegro's reblog to add my condolences for your loss, and my thank you for this wonderful recipe. xx, mgh (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie - ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com) ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder "It takes a village to transform a world!"
    foodzesty 3 years ago Reply
    Thank you so much, very kind of you! I hope you enjoy the recipe..If you do decide to make it let me know how it turned out. Sophie
    I'll need to find something gluten-free to stand in for the lady-fingers and buy some ingredients, but Tiramisu and trifle are two of my very favorite desserts, and this version looks like a delicious version that reminds me of both. I'm more of a vanilla appreciator, actually - but what's not to love about chocolate smothered in whipped cream. :) Again, my prayers for your healing from your sad news today. xx, mgh
    foodzesty 3 years ago
    Ohhh me tooo!!! I make this Chocolate Tiramisu because my husband is the chocolate lover in the family....
    I dated a man once who adored chocolate desserts more than almost anything else. His mother (born in Puerto Rico and an amazing cook) made one of the best chocolate cakes in the universe and always baked one whenever we visited - but she and I always relished her totally amazing flan instead. (I might have asked for both but for the lack of room after her special dinners). xx, mgh
    foodzesty 3 years ago
    Thank you
    You are most welcome. xx, mgh
  • olivesandfeta 3 years ago Reply
    It's a favourite in our home. Although it would be in everyone's. Yum.

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