Creative Kitchen: Easy Tiramisu-like Trifle

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tiramisu trifle, creative kitchen, kim weiss, vom fass, jackson hole dining, eating in jackson hole, dessert jackson hole, dishing jackson holeTiramisu is a wonderful, rich Italian dessert that incorporates a vast variety of flavors.

Here is one take on the sumptuous dish for those who love our Vom Fass liqueurs!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Tiramisu-like Trifle

Ingredients

  • 2 packages of lady finger cookies or 2 small vanilla pound cakes cut into "finger" size portions
  • 1 cup of powdered sugar
  • 8 oz. of marscapone cheese
  • A small tub of whipped cream
  • 1/3 cup of Vom Fass Nut Chocolate Liqueur
  • 2 Tbsps. of Vom Fass Fine Orange Liqueur
  • A dark chocolate bar

Instructions

  • In a stand mixer, whip the marscapone for 1 minute on medium speed.
  • On a lower speed, slowly add in the powdered sugar.
  • Once the powdered sugar is completely incorporated, add in the Orange Liqueur and then add in the whipped cream.
  • In a trifle dish ( if you don't have a trifle dish, use a Pyrex baking dish but you probably will only be able to do one layer of the lady fingers and one layer of the cheese mixture), layer the lady fingers or pound cake slices alternating with a layer of the cheese mixture.
  • Over each layer of lady fingers or pound cake, drizzle the Nut Chocolate Liqueur before you layer the cheese mixture.
  • Top with chocolate shaved from the chocolate bar.
  • Refrigerate until you are ready to serve.
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You can use different combinations of the liqueurs instead of the Nut Chocolate and Orange Liqueur. For example, the Vanilla Dream and Cocoa Liqueur would be rich and wonderful, as would the Latte Macchiato and the Framboise, or the Apricot Grappa and the Cocoa Liqueur.

Enjoy!

 

 

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Never one to shy away from trying something new, Kim Weiss shares her love of cooking and her taste for experimentation with us each week in The Creative Kitchen. Weiss was born into a family of cooks. Her father was a gourmet. Her aunts could collectively cook circles around anyone, and her grandmother, she claims, “was the best southern cook God put on the face of this earth.” Weiss began cooking for her family and friends at age 10 and hasn’t stopped. While formally schooled as a lawyer and not as a chef, she applies the same kind of creativity to cooking that she once put into crafting a legal argument. Weiss is also the owner of Vom Fass, a store selling gourmet culinary condiments, fruit vinegars, exquisite oils, selected wines and spirits.

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