Sunday, May 14, 2017

Tiramisu Crepe Cake

This is a beautiful Tiramisu Crepe Cake to make for Mother's Day or Birthdays of loved ones. I have a sudden craving for some decadent dessert and Tiramisu Crepe cake came to mind . I remembered that I have bookmarked one in my phone.  I have all the ingredients at home and thus making this is not a problem.  It is a very time consuming cake but WORTH every efforts as it taste really lovely. Perfect cake for Mother's Day.

I have an unopened bottle of Kahlua (coffee liquer ) bought two years back and it is time to use it now. What better time to use and it and make a tiramisu crepe cake for my Day..hehehe Mother's Day I mean.  I think I deserves a  lip smacking decadent dessert :)  The soft flavorful layers of crepe, sandwiched with flavorful cream filling and finished with a dusting of good quality cocoa powder...I called this Not-to-miss dessert for every Momsie . Every mouthful is a trip to heaven and back :) A lovely homemade dessert one should not miss ...yummz!

so happy with the bottle of Kahlua and Vanilla extract

I love my non-stick crepe pan, though dented at the edge I still keep it
as this is the perfect size and hard to find :)

sandwiching the crepes with the delicious flavorful cream cheese
makes me drool....just can't wait to savor them :)

I used homegrown Butterfly blue pea flowers and Mandevilla to decorate the cake
for a special Day..Mother's Day :)

this is a decadent dessert that on one should miss :p

finally after chilling a nite, the tiramisu crepe cake is ready to be served

when serving, pipe a rosette of cream cheese on top to add
character to the slice of tiramisu crepe cake...

Tiramisu Crepe Cake - adapted fromTatyanaseverydayfood with some adjustment

For Coffee Crepes:
6 large eggs
620 ml milk
90 ml strong coffee
80 melted butter
40 gm sugar
2 tablespoons  Kahlua
1 teaspoon vanilla
340 gm all-purpose flour

For Filling:
260 gm heavy cream
170 gm cream cheese
170 gm butter, softened at room temperature
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tbsp of Kahlua

 Cocoa powder for dusting

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