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Tiramisu Crepe Delight

A tiramisu crepe cake Layers of delicate crepes (blini) with a blend of coffee Liquor and Mascarpone creamy goodness.
This cake made and all the pictures are taken by my sister Svetlana; Thanks sis!!!

·         4 eggs
·         2 cups of all purpose flour
·         3 cups of milk
·         1/2 cup of sugar (or less depending on how sweet you want them)
·         3 Tbsp. of vegetable oil
·         Pinch of salt
·         16 oz Mascarpone cream
·         6 oz heavy whipping cream
·         1 package gelatin
·         1 cup powdered sugar
·         2 Tablespoons Coffee Liquor
·         Cocoa powder and chocolate shavings 
Directions for Crepes:
Preheat the pan on medium heat. For best crepes, use a thick bottom pan of a medium size about 8”.
Step 1: sift the flour into a large bowl; add 2 cups of the milk, mix so the lumps don’t form then add the remaining 1 cup of milk, mix.
Step 2: add the eggs, vegetable oil  (I used corn oil), and the salt. Mix it all together. Then add the sugar to your tasting.
Step 3: crease the pan, or use cooking spray. Then pour 1/4  cup of crepe mixture into the pan. Swirl the pan so the mixture covers the bottom of the pan.
Step 4: When the edge of the crepe turn gold, flip it over. I use a fork to lift the side a little then flip it. Cook the other side for a few seconds and then take it out onto a large flat plate.
Directions for Cream:
Step 1: Mix the gelatin with 3 Table spoons of water in a cup, let it thicken for a 1 minute.
Step 2: Put the heavy whipping cream into a small pot over medium-to-low heat. When the gelatin thickens mix it with the whipping cream. Don’t let the mixture to boil. Just heat it so the gelatin dissolves with the cream. You will notice the gelatin grains will no longer be visible.
Step 3: Using a mixer, mix the Mascarpone cream with the powdered sugar.  Add the coffee liquor.
Step 4: Pour the warm heavy whipped cream into the mixing bowl. Stir for 30 second or until the two creams have combined.
Caution: do not try to beat it and get the cream to thicken; it will thicken on its own within a few minutes. If you will beat it, the cream will separate into water and fat.
Assembling the Cake:
Step 1: Using the crepes, spread a table spoon and a half of cream on top, layer 20 crepes this way, then sprinkle coco powder on the top. Chocolate shavings are optional.
Step 2: Refrigerate for 2 hours, and then enjoy a slice of Tiramisu Crepe Delight with a cup of freshly brewed coffee or a fragrant cup of tea. 
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{ 37 comments… add one }
  • easyfoodsmith 03/12/2012, 9:06 AM

    This does looks like a multi-layered cake. Very elegant looking dessert indeed. Delicious post 🙂

    • Inessa 03/12/2012, 6:56 PM

      Thank you for your comment. Elegant and delicious 🙂

  • Choc Chip Uru 03/12/2012, 10:01 AM

    This is simply stunning – a creation I can actually have for breakfast but wwith the wonderful flavour of Tiramisu 😀
    Thanks so much!

    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Sticky Date Pudding w/ Butterscotch Sauce

    • Inessa 03/12/2012, 6:57 PM

      Great for breakfast and late afternoon tea… Thank you. 🙂

  • Anu 03/12/2012, 2:24 PM

    WOW!!! Looks super delicious. I already have bookmarked your crepe, have to try that first.

    • Inessa 03/12/2012, 7:00 PM

      Thank you Any 🙂 let me know how it’ll turn out:)

  • Jaime 03/12/2012, 2:54 PM

    Yummy! It looks kinda like an Opera cake but a coffee and cream version. Great idea x

    • Inessa 03/12/2012, 7:03 PM

      Thank you Jaime, it does look like Opera cake, all the delicate layers. 🙂

  • Kiri W. 03/12/2012, 5:33 PM

    Mmm, I love crepe cake, and tiramisu sounds like a perfect twist 🙂 Looks utterly amazing!

  • Nadia 03/12/2012, 6:33 PM

    Yum,Very elegant crepe cake!

    • Inessa 03/12/2012, 7:05 PM

      Thank you Nadia. 🙂 have a great day!!!

  • The Smart Cookie Cook 03/12/2012, 9:18 PM

    This looks so impressive! And it sounds even more amazing!

  • Loveforfood 03/13/2012, 7:40 AM

    Wish i could bake like you!

  • Clik 03/13/2012, 4:27 PM

    Hello Inessz!!!

    Is delicious!!! very good post!!!

    Thanks for visitng in my blog Dear!!!

    good week!!!


  • Javelin Warrior 03/13/2012, 8:05 PM

    My goodness – this looks wonderfully decadent! Now if I could just find someone to flip on the crepes for me… 😉

    • Inessa 03/15/2012, 12:54 AM

      hahaha Javelin, you can do it 🙂

  • Christine's Pantry 03/13/2012, 9:45 PM

    Beautiful… well done!

  • Slow Cooking Kitchen 03/13/2012, 11:38 PM

    Hi, Inessa … what a beautiful and elegant dessert!!!

  • Zoe 03/14/2012, 2:15 AM

    This tiramisu is gorgeous! You are very innovative making this dessert.

  • Soni 03/14/2012, 8:38 AM

    Oooh absolutely Gorgeous!!I can imagine the Tiramisu flavors in these crepes!Very innovative and droolworthy 🙂

    • Inessa 03/15/2012, 1:10 AM

      Soni, it melts in your mouth. Delish!!
      thank you.

  • DeniseB 03/14/2012, 3:33 PM

    This looks wonderful!

    • Inessa 03/15/2012, 1:11 AM

      Tastes even better 😉
      Thanks Denise

  • Marina Momotok 03/14/2012, 10:34 PM

    This looks so good I just had to pin it on pinterest, definately gonna give it a try. Thanks for sharing!!!

    • Inessa 03/15/2012, 12:57 AM

      Ohhh Thank you so much… you are so sweet 🙂

  • Дени 03/15/2012, 10:41 PM

    Oh my, what a great interpretation of the classic tiramisu!

  • Lacy @ NYCityEats 03/23/2012, 8:17 PM

    This is really a fantastic idea! I love tiramisu and it works so well with the crepes I can see loving this equally! This is a definite must try!

  • Irina 04/07/2012, 3:14 PM

    Wow, soooo good-looking…must try!!! I love tiramisu…this looks fantastic!

  • Username* 06/26/2012, 12:34 PM

    hi, i have a question… where do you buy mascarpone ????

    • Inessa 06/26/2012, 5:47 PM

      Hi, I get my mascarpone from Raley’s but I am sure most of the grocery stores has it.
      Thanks. Have a great day

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