Hello, hello, beautiful cats! I hope you’re enjoying your weekend! A few days ago was my birthday and nothing scream “birthday” to me as tiramisu. It has been the dessert that my aunt used to make for all my birthdays and although my mom would make a delicious cake for my birthday parties, my auntie’s tiramisu has always been a favourite.
This year, I decided to make it myself but with a twist and this Super Easy Vegan Biscoff Tiramisu by TheVietVegan was perfect for the purpose.
Here is the recipe!
- 1 tbsp instant coffee granules
- 1 tbsp sugar (or maple syrup, whatever sweetener of your choice)
- 4 tbsp boiling water
- 1/2 tub Cocowhip (basically vegan cool whip, but if you want to make your own coconut whipped cream, by all means)
- 18 Biscoff cookies
- 2 tsp cocoa powder
- In a heat-safe bowl, combine instant coffee granules, sugar, and boiling water and stir to dissolve the sugar. Let come to room temperature. Take out the Cocowhip from the freezer and let sit out at room temperature to soften while the coffee mixture cools down.
- Fully dip your Biscoff cookies, one cookie at a time, into the sweetened coffee mixture and layer in a flat and shallow container (I used a 3.2 cup Rubbermaid [affiliate link] container). Work quickly as the cookies start to disintegrate fairly quickly once soaked.
- Then add a layer of Cocowhip on top of the soaked cookies, about 1/3 cup per layer.
- You’ll be adding 3 layers of soaked Biscoff cookies, and 3 layers of cocowhip. I did 6 cookies per layer, with a thin layer of Cocowhip between each layer.
- I like to add an extra thick layer of Cocowhip on top, then dust with a coating of cocoa powder to finish. I dust using a fine mesh sieve to create a light, even layer of cocoa powder.
- Cover and let it set in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.
I hope you’ll make it and enjoy it!