Tiramisu Dip is a fun twist on the classic and popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert. This recipe is so easy and completely luscious!
You know a cookbook is awesome when…
1. there are pictures for each recipe
2. prep times are included
3. substitution suggestions are given
4. you want to make every. single. thing. !
This Tiramisu Dip comes from the cookbook Dessert Mash-Ups written by my colleague and friend, Dorothy of Crazy for Crust. It’s all about two different desserts coming together to create one amazing treat.
She had a party and we got to sample a dozen of her creations.
I might have taken more than my fair share of the Lemon Meringue Pie Fudge. Maybe. And the Truffle-Topped Brownies. Aaaaand the Cake Batter Blondie Bars. To die.
I had a really hard time deciding what to share with you today, but I’m a sucker for dips, and this Tiramisu Dip is off the hook!
Other Dessert Dips we love!
I hope you love this delicious and easy recipe – be sure to give it a review below! Also don’t forget to follow Belly Full on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube!
- 1 cup cold heavy cream
- 3/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon powdered sugar , divided
- 8 ounces mascarpone cheese , at room temperature
- 3 tablespoons brewed coffee , completely cooled
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 ounce semisweet chocolate
- assorted dippers: strawberries, pound cake cubes, shortbread cookies
- In a large bowl, beat the heavy cream and 1 tablespoon powdered sugar together with an electric mixer until stiff peaks form, about 2 minutes.
- Wipe out the bowl and add in the mascarpone with the remaining 3/4 cup powdered sugar; beat until smooth.
- Blend in the coffee and vanilla. (Taste and add up to one more tablespoon of coffee if you’d like it stronger.)
- With a microplane grater, grate half of the chocolate into the mixture. Gently fold into the mixture, along with whipped cream, until combined.
- Place dip in a serving bowl and grate the rest of the chocolate as garish. Serve with dippers of your choice!
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Reader Questions and Reviews
Your recipes are so awesome! Do you have a cookbook with these in it?
Oh, gosh this sounds good! My grandkids love dipping fruit into almost anything. (And my granddaughter drinks coffee every day now! She’s getting her own car in 3 weeks for her 17th birthday. They just grow up too fast!)
Oh wow, that is an amazing idea! And so simple too. Pinning this!
I am pretty sure I could just sit down and eat a bowl of this dip by itself, without getting all fancy with dipping things. But I guess if I was willing to share and serving this to others I would maybe get some strawberries and some kind of cookies.
Yes, this is VERY easy to hoard all to yourself. Ha. Thanks, Kate!
So that three cup amount is basically one serving, right? Fingers crossed. Because how can I share when it sounds this amazing?!
Love your blog! Everything always looks so good and you’re funny to boot!
Thank you so much, Teresa!
Now this is a dip I would have difficulty staying away from!
What a brilliant idea for a dip- tiramisu isn’t the first flavor you would expect and I bet it’s delicious!
Ooh tiramisu dip is SUCH a good idea. Looks like an awesome cookbook :)
I can’t wait to make this dip~ Love~ love ~love Tiramisu.
I would love to win this cookbook.
I love the sound of this dip!!
Awesome recipe from Dorothy’s book, it sounds delicious! Thanks so much for the chance to win!
Thanks for playing, Debbie! Good luck!
Thank you so much Amy!! I’m glad you liked it. Thanks for being such a great friend!! :) xo
You bet, my friend! And “like” is an understatement! xo