It’s December! What better time to make a Christmas tiramisu eggnog dessert? It’s easy to make, delicious and perfect for holiday parties. This festive recipe is sure to be the star of any party table this season.
Eggnog dessert tiramisu style
If you’re looking for recipes using eggnog, this article is perfect for you! This delicious leftover eggnog recipe is for a Christmas tiramisu eggnog dessert made in just about 20 minutes.
Most people think of eggnog as a Christmas drink, but I like to turn it into a dessert! This Christmas tiramisu eggnog is the perfect combination of two classic festive dishes. Best of all, it’s easy to make and can be tailored to your own taste. So why not give it a try this holiday season?
Give your holiday guests a sugar rush with this rich and refreshing tiramisu eggnog dessert! This recipe is easy to make, requires minimal ingredients, and will be the hit of your Christmas party. It serves 9-12 people so you can have plenty of leftovers for yourself. If you’re looking for a delicious dessert that’s sure to please everyone, give this one a try!
Other desserts using ladyfingers:
This delicious and festive eggnog tiramisu is perfect for your Christmas celebrations! It’s made with eggnog soaked ladyfinger cookies layered with a mascarpone cream that tastes just like the holiday drink. A quick dusting of cocoa powder finishes it off to create a decadent dessert that will be sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Christmas tiramisu is a delicious eggnog dessert that combines the creamy, rich flavor of eggnog with the light, airy texture of ladyfinger cookies. You can find all of the ingredients you need to make this dessert at most grocery stores.
This simple eggnog dessert is sure to please all of your friends and family! It’s easy to make and can be customized to your own taste preferences.
Is tiramisu a Christmas dessert?
Tiramisu is a popular Italian dessert that is often served around Christmas time. Tiramisu is made with ladyfinger cookies, espresso, mascarpone cheese, and whipped cream. Eggnog can be used as a substitute for the espresso in this recipe, or you can use a combination of both eggnog and espresso.
What do you do with too much eggnog?
If you have some leftover eggnog from Christmas or New Year’s, use it to make this easy eggnog tiramisu dessert! This Christmas tiramisu is a great way to get more eggnog into your diet.
Other recipes using leftover eggnog are eggnog pancakes, eggnog French toast, and eggnog bread pudding or eggnog cake. You can also whip up a batch of eggnog pudding in just a few minutes with simple ingredients.
What do you need for this eggnog dessert?
To make this eggnog tiramisu, you will need:
- ladyfinger cookies
- eggnog – homemade or store bought
- mascarpone cheese
- cinnamon powder
- cocoa powder
- whipped cream
You can find all of these ingredients at most grocery stores.
How do you make this Christmas tiramisu?
This is such a simple and quick recipe but the outcome is incredibly delicious, I absolutely love it!
- Start by making your mascarpone cream. Make the whipped cream as indicated here. Then add the mascarpone. Simple as that! Keep refrigerated until ready to use.
- Continue by laying the ladyfingers to the bottom of a baking dish.
- Once you have the entire surface covered you can dip the ladyfingers in cold eggnog or use a spoon to drizzle the eggnog over the cookies.
- Cover the ladyfingers with half the mascarpone frosting. Sprinkle cinnamon, cocoa powder and crushed pecans.
- Continue with a second layer, exactly the same as above.
- Finish with a generous layer of cocoa powder and decorate the cake with whipped cream as you like.
- Refrigerate for at least 4 hours (best overnight – this recipe tastes better the more it sits in the fridge)
How to decorate eggnog tiramisu?
I used cinnamon, cocoa powder and pecans to decorate my dessert and add flavors and texture. Other ways to decorate this eggnog tiramisu are to top with chocolate curls or chips, coconut or even adding some orange extract.
What other flavors can you add to this eggnog dessert?
Many additional holiday flavors can be added to eggnog tiramisu. Some examples are:
- different extracts such as rum, almond or orange
- coffee or espresso to dip the ladyfingers
- various liqueurs such as rum, brandy or bourbon
- pumpkin spice
What is the history of this eggnog dessert?
It all started with the eggnog drink which is a holiday drink that originated in England. It was made with eggs, milk, sugar and nutmeg. The drink eventually spread to the United States where it became very popular.
Eggnog desserts are now commonly made during the Christmas season. One popular eggnog dessert is eggnog tiramisu, which combines ladyfinger cookies, espresso, mascarpone cheese and whipped cream. Eggnog can be used as a substitute for the espresso in this recipe or you can use a combination of both eggnog and espresso. Eggnog tiramisu is easy to make and can be customized to your own taste preferences.
How do you store eggnog dessert?
Eggnog tiramisu can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 3 days. You can also keep it in the same baking dish you used to prepare the tiramisu, tightly covered in plastic wrap.
Can you freeze eggnog tiramisu?
Yes, eggnog tiramisu can be frozen for up to 2 months. Store in a freezer friendly container. Thaw in the refrigerator before serving.
Why not give this eggnog dessert a try? It’s an easy and delicious way to add more eggnog to your holiday menu! And you can find all of the ingredients at your local grocery store. So, what are you waiting for? Get started on this delicious eggnog tiramisu and let me know how it turned out, in the comment section below. Happy holidays!
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Christmas tiramisu eggnog dessert
- 18 ladyfinger cookies
- eggnog use alcohol free for a kid friendly cake
- 3 cups whipped cream plus more to decorate
- 1 cup mascarpone cheese
- cinnamon powder
- cocoa powder
- 1 cup crushed pecans
- Make the whipped cream then mix in mascarpone. Set in the fridge until ready to use
- Add a layer of ladyfinger to the bottom of a baking dish. Drizzle eggnog on both sides of the ladyfingers
- Add half the whipped cream mascarpone mix and spread it evenly to cover all ladyfingers
- Dust with cinnamon and cocoa powder.
- Sprinkle crushed pecans
- Repeat for a second layer in the exact same manner as above.
- Finish the cake with a generous layer of cocoa powder and pecans. Decorate with whipped cream. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours (best overnight) before serving.
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