Making Tiramisu in the Baby Bullet

One of my favorite desserts in the world is tiramisu, a love that runs in the family. In lieu of cake, my father always wants to have tiramisu for dessert on his birthday, and rightfully so. That creamy, mousse-y consistency and texture, combined with the mocha-java flavor is pure decadence on a spoon.

When making it at home, the process can be slightly time-consuming and thoroughly blending all the flavors can be tricky. This is where the Baby Bullet comes in and saves the day! Whipping the ingredients together is not only easy, but also brings a light, fluffiness to the tiramisu filling that is out of this world!


Tiramisu Recipe


  • 1 ½ cups quality brewed coffee (some people use instant; they are not Italian)
  • 2 shots rum or marsala wine (some people call this optional; they are not my people)
  • 3 eggs separated (this dessert is not cooked, so organic is best)
  • 1 ¼ cups sugar
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • 8 oz mascarpone cheese
  • 24 ladyfingers, firm or soft
  • 2 Tbsp cacao or unsweetened cocoa powder
  • *2 qt. (8 X 8) baking dish


  1. Add the egg yolks, sugar, and vanilla into your Baby Bullet Batchbowl and pulsing 5-6 times.
  2. Next, add in the mascarpone cheese and blend until smooth and ingredients are integrated.
  3. Now, combine brewed coffee and optional rum or marsala in a medium-sized bowl. Carefully dip each ladyfinger in the bowl and lightly dampen (don’t soak) with mixture before placing in baking dish.
  4. After you have dipped and arranged each ladyfinger into rows, scoop out about half of the cheese mixture from your batch bowl and spread over the tops. Dust the entire layer with one tablespoon of cacoa or cocoa and then repeat this process for a second layer, being sure to carefully dust the top layer for the purposes of presentation.
  5. Refrigerate to set and enjoy!

*One thing you might want to consider is making miniature tiramisu parfaits in the date-dial cups for individual servings at home. If you are looking to make a statement while entertaining, arrange the tiramisu ingredients in martini or parfait glasses for individual servings. Gorgeous and delicious!



About Becky Jha

Born and raised in rural Connecticut , Becky DeMattia-Jha attended Salve Regina University in Newport, RI, and has her M.Ed. She has been teaching high school English for 15 years and currently resides in Massachusetts with her husband, their two children, and their German Shepherd. She spends her precious summer vacations indulging in passions other than literature: serving as a lactation peer coach, practicing herbal medicine, organic gardening, making natural cleansers and cosmetics, and preparing quick and easy organic recipes for her family. She hopes to share her efficient, chemical-free, eco-conscious, frugal, and simplistic homemaking and homesteading tips with you.

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