Green Tea Tiramisu
- Here is the recipe
(adapted from the book ~ Okashi “sweet treats made with love” with slight modification)
- Combine egg yolks and icing sugar in a mixing bowl and beat until mixture thickens and becomes pale yellow in color. Add mascarpone cheese and mix well.
- Whip up whipping cream and fresh topping cream together to peak form. Add whipped cream to the mascarpone cheese mixture and mix well with a hand whisk.
- Place green tea powder in a small bowl and mix with hot water and stir well. Cut the sponge fingers to fit the size of the base of the serving cups. Quickly dip sponge finger in the green tea mixture, then place in serving cups.
- Spoon mascarpone cheese mixture on top and dust more green tea powder over it and add remaining mascarpone cheese mixture. (OR spread half of mascarpone cheese mixture in a layer over soaked sponge fingers. Dip more sponge fingers into green tea mixture and place on top of mascarpone cheese layer. Spoon over remaining mascarpone cheese mixture)
- Dust generously with green tea powder and refrigerate until required. Tiramisu can be kept refrigerated for up to 2 days.
Dear, this is so lovely..I want the one with lots of tiny hearts on it.. hahaha ~
wow I love the pink and red over the intense spinach green. Must taste really good too! yumz…
Ann, I am staring at my notebook, trying VERY hard to imagine how this taste like. I am thinking unique, refreshing and mind-boggling. Need to try this out once i am done with my "nurse celine" role. 🙂
My gosh, this is gorgeous Ann! I can already imagine the creamy green tea scent….drool! It's too bad my 2 young kids aren't fans of green tea…they thought it's made from vegetables! But thanks for sharing this!
These are just so lovely, Anncoo.
This is such a light dessert. Don't worry, can eat more of them.
What a wonderful dessert and very interesting! Looks incredible, you are so a creative!
Ann, love your presentation. It's tiramisu with class~ Makes a good after meal dessert in our hot weather. Nice!
A fusion tiramisu! Interesting!! Perfect treat for all occasions! 😉
I made this before and love it too! Very light and refreshing! I like the way you serve, so pretty!
@MaryMohYou're welcome Mary 🙂 Happy Birthday!!
Ann, I am always in awe of your beautiful creations here. These sound fantastic. What are great idea to make green tea tiramisu and how sweet of you to dedicate this to Mary. These sound and look so delicious. I would not be able to resist eat a few if these were in front of me right now. Hey, a girl can dream, can't she? 😉
waaa…slurp slurp…bookmarked already :)THKS!
So very beautiful and so delicious!!!
Have a wonderful weekend 🙂
What a creative idea! I love it. And it looks yummy too. =)
@The SweetyliciousThank you Jasmine! I'm flattered by your compliment *_*
I love green tea and tiramisu so what a neat idea! The stenciled garnishing is very pretty too.
@Sharon @ Fun and LifeThanks Sharon :))
Thanks everyone for your lovely compliments :))
the green tea is soo intensely green!!
So pretty! Love all the designs!
Happy belated CNY!
This is a common dessert but with your creativity, it has a style of their own!!!
Love the beautiful designs you did with green tea.
I love green tea so I love desserts with green tea 🙂
I love how green it is! A perfect twist on regular coffee based tiramisu. All decorations are adorable!
Ann, you are the most talented and creative baker ! I love both Tiramisu and Matcha, this is a match made in my heaven. Delicoius! Thanks for participating in the YBR and sorry it took me so long to stop by.
@Spicie FoodieNancy, thank you very much for your compliment. Will definitely join your next YBR 🙂
@A to Z – food and travelYes, I know you love match very much. Hope to see your new creations 🙂
I know this has got to be absolutely delicious! YUMMY! 🙂
Definitely new and creative!! LOVE the stencils – just stunning!
it's a beautiful post! I really love to see those four little pretty hearts 😀
hehee…Elin, let me send you some :))
You make super awesome desserts! This is one classy dessert.
@Tangled NoodleYou got the book already! Must try the recipes, very easy to follow and delicious.
Ann you WOW me with those desserts! 2 thumbs up my dear:D
seeing how you described this i must give this a try as well!! looks very beautiful!!! and the green is so green!
I love that book too! There are many more recipes I wanted to try 🙂
wow awesome desserts and amazing decoration
Wow, Ann, you are really a talent and creator!
this is a very lovely dessert, ann!seems not too difficult to make but meanwhile, i'll just enjoy looking at this first..love the very green colour, looks extrememly atractive!
I'm so glad to be back Dear Anncoo, I tried several times to visit your blog, and there was always a message stating: "You're not invited to have access to this blog" lol can you believe this? But this time, it works thanks to your message on my blog, I just clicked on your name and here I am! I'm on Heaven lol!
You're so talented my dear, you're a cake and dessert Magician!
Thank you Aaron for your nice comment.
Your site looks great too! 🙂
Mmm! Delicious! It looks pretty, I have to try it one of these days!
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Delicious looking tiramisu. Beautiful photos.
What a gorgeous looking tiramisu! And I love the green tea flavor too!
Wow! This looks amazing. I love matcha and tiramisu and both together it's a dream!
Huge thanks, Ann! I was looking for a tiramisu recipe which does not even using coffee. Green tea powder sounds so good. I definitely bookmarked it!
Muraski, tell your friend to give this a try. Is light and delicious 🙂
Fimere, Martha, Mei Teng, Cookies, Ann, Ellie ~ Thank you very much for your nice words :))
Victor, You're welcome 🙂
@Ah TzeYes, I bought this from Sunlik.
OMG! These are gorgeous!
This is so so so yummy!! I want!