Monday, November 30, 2015

Tiramisu Mousse(Eggless)

            Deliciously Indulgent!! Take a moment to relax, unwind from your day and savor right now-one delicious bite at a time......
          Yes, it's #nationalmosseday today, and let's celebrate it with the best highlighted dessert ever 'Tiramisu Mousse".
          This easy Tiramisu Mousse contains my favorite part of the Tiramisu: the mousse!! It's all about the Mousse.(no cake, no egg) I absolutely love Tiramisu. I also like all different kinds of mousses too, but the combination of these too is like.. no words to describe this dessert. You have to try this super easy, fast and delicious recipe. Just a few components go into making the best Tiramisu Mousse you'll ever eat, I promise.
        We all #foodiemonday #bloghop bloogers are going to celebrate #nationalmousseday together, with #egglessmousse challenge. Let's have mousse party begin....

       Now, piles of Tiramisu Mousse in a glass? Yes.. Yes.. Yes..

3-4 tbls ready instant coffee(cool down)(Use more if u like strong coffee flavor in your mousse)
8 oz. frozen cool whipped topping cream
8 oz. mascarpone cheese or cream cheese(I used mascarpone cheese)
4 oz. white chocolate
2 tbls heavy whipping cream
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1tsp vanilla extract
1 tbls unsweetened cocoa powder
some chocolate chips for garnish(optional)
* Melt the white chocolate in double boiler bowl with 2 tbls heavy whipping cream.
* Melt it and keep aside.
* Mix mascarpone or cream cheese and powdered sugar(adjust sugar according to your taste) with a hand mixer until smooth.
* Add melted white chocolate and mix it again.
* Add vanilla extract and 2-3 tbls coffee.(add coffee, depending on how strong you want your tiramisu mousse)
* Add 1tsp cocoa powder and mix with hand mixer again.
* Fold frozen cool whipped topping cream into coffee-mascarpone cheese mixture gently.
* Place the tiramisu mousse in a dessert decorative container or in a Ziploc bag fitted with alarge tip.
* Dust some unsweetened cocoa powder on bottom of the serving glass.
* Pipe a some amount of tiramisu mousse on it.
 * Dust again some cocoa powder.
* Continue layering the tiramisu mousse and cocoa powder.(I layered it sand-art style with cocoa powder)
* Once you get to the top layer, arrange some chocolate chips or dusting with some grated chocolate on top.

* Chill, covered, in a fridge until ready to serve.
*Mix, chill, pipe, repeat. That's it. 20-25 minutes to an addicting dessert.

Happy #nationalmousseday!!!!!
Happy cooking until next time....


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