Green Tiramisu (Matcha Tiramisu)

Green Tiramisu (Matcha Tiramisu)

Tiramisu made with green tea instead of coffee. For the matcha lovers out there! The recipe is easier to make than that of my favorite tiramisu , makes one small square pan good for 4-6 persons.   Green Tiramisu (Matcha Tiramisu)   Print Source: Olive-LatestREcipes.net Recipe type: Dessert Ingredients 2 Tablespoons matcha powder (plus more for […]

Tiramisu

Tiramisu

What’s better than tiramisu? Why, chocolate tiramisu, of course!   This is Giada de Laurentiis recipe as seen on her show, I forgot which because she has several shows, it’s one of my favorite recipes.   I made this for Valentine’s last week – I divided the recipe into 3 containers, gave the 2 small […]

♥ Tiramisu!♥

I remember an episode of Friends when Joey invited his friends over to his family’s house for dinner and Tiramisu was served for dessert; my love for Tiramisu started that day without even tasting it yet, I just know that I’m going to fall for it. ♥ 🙂 It has become my absolute favorite dessert […]

Creme Brulee

Creme Brulee

I can’t believe that I have not posted Creme Brulee here yet. This is one of  my favorite desserts. It’s right there on top with leche flan and tiramisu. It’s very similar to flan- it’s smooth and creamy but less firm and with a crunchy caramelized sugar on top instead of syrupy. YUM.  No inverting […]

Mango Pavlova

Mango Pavlova

This is my first time to make a pretty successful Pavlova. I tried before but my inexperience as a baker made me fail and I never dared tried again until last week when I invited some friends and their family over. I made a zabaglione for my tiramisu and not wanting to throw away the egg […]

Chocolate Truffles Daifuku ( Latte Mochi with Chocolate Truffles Filling)

I usually make chocolate truffles daifuku with milk flavored mochi until my sister-in-law told me of her favorite tiramisu mochi and it inspired me to add coffee to my mochi. And, oh-my- goodness… It’s sooo yummmy! Tip: Keep this particular daifuku chilled or the chocolate filling will soften. I suggest using a glove when making […]

Crema de Fruita

This delicious cake was quite popular when I was a kid, it was almost always present on our table every special occasions.  I thought this is my first time to make crema de fruita at home but my sister-in-law corrected me, she told me I made one before when she was a little girl ( she’s about […]

November’s Daring Bakers’ Challenge: Cannoli

The November 2009 Daring Bakers Challenge was chosen and hosted by Lisa Michele of Parsley, Sage, Desserts and Line Drives. She chose the Italian Pastry, Cannolo (Cannoli is plural), using the cookbooks Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen by Lidia Matticchio Bastianich and The Sopranos Family Cookbook by Allen Rucker; recipes by Michelle Scicolone, as ingredient/direction guides. She […]