Milano Tiramisu - A Family Feast
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Today, I’d like to start out with a special message for all of the ladies in our audience. So often – as a mother, as a daughter, as a friend, an employee, or a wife – we spend so much time taking care of other people that we sometime forget about focusing on ourselves! Am I right?

Milano Tiramisu - A Family Feast

We sometimes spread ourselves so thin that we don’t feel like we’re doing anything very well. I know I certainly feel that way sometimes – and I can tell (and my husband and daughter can tell too!) that I just need a little bit of a break!

So today, I’m joining with a group of other great bloggers and Pepperidge Farm® Milano® cookies to encourage you to take a moment for yourself! Savor the moment, take pleasure in this amazing journey we call life, and enjoy something special – just for us.

Milano Tiramisu - A Family Feast
Milano cookies are one of my favorite sweet treats right out of the package. They are a perfect little indulgence that is just for me!

Milano Tiramisu - A Family Feast
And for the gentlemen in our audience who are also reading this post today – especially those of you with a special lady in your life…I predict that she would LOVE this Milano Tiramisu recipe we’re sharing today!

Milano Tiramisu - A Family Feast
This Milano Tiramisu is very easy to make and (hint…hint…) if you happen to decide to give that special someone in your life a break by making her dinner tonight… it would be a delicious and memorable dessert to serve along with any special meal!

Milano Tiramisu - A Family Feast

Coffee-soaked Milano cookies layered with a rich and creamy custard made with mascarpone cheese …then topped with even more Milano cookies! This Milano Tiramisu is a dessert she will never forget!

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Pepperidge Farm® Milano® Tiramisu

  • Prep Time: 4 hours 30 mins
  • Total Time: 4 hours 30 mins
  • Yield: 6-8 servings

Description

*While raw eggs are traditionally used in tiramisu, to be safe, we recommend that you coddle the eggs to destroy any potential salmonella, or use store-bought eggs that are labeled as pasteurized.


Ingredients

  • 6 egg yolks, coddled*
  • 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 16 ounces mascarpone cheese
  • 1 1/2 cups strong brewed coffee
  • 3 7.5 ounce packages Pepperidge Farm® Double Chocolate Milano® Cookies – 27 cookies for layering and the remaining for garnish

Instructions

  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, combine the egg yolks and sugar. Whisk on high speed until thick and creamy. Add the mascarpone cheese and 1 tablespoon of the brewed coffee and whisk again until fully combined. Set aside.
  2. Pour the remaining coffee into a small shallow bowl. One at a time, dip the Pepperidge Farm® Double Chocolate Milano® Cookies into the coffee for 5-10 seconds, allowing the cookie to absorb some of the coffee. Place the dipped cookies in the bottom of a small shallow baking dish or bowl filling the bottom of the dish in a single layer.
  3. Spoon 1/3 of the mascarpone mixture over the single layer of cookies. Repeat – dipping the cookies in coffee, then laying the cookies on top of the mascarpone. Spoon another 1/3 of the mascarpone over the cookies, then finish with a final layer of coffee-dipped cookies and a top layer of the final 1/3 mascarpone.
  4. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 4 hours (or overnight). 5. When ready to serve, cut remaining Milano cookies into large pieces and sprinkle over the top. Serve immediately.

 

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    Comments

  • Patricia C. wrote:

    I love a cup of chamomile tea right after I get the kids to sleep.

  • Elena wrote:

    I like to read a book and enjoy a cup of tea

  • courtney b wrote:
  • courtney b wrote:

    I would love to cuddle up in bed by myself with a huge tub of ice cream watching reality tv like the BATCHELOR !:)

    woo hoo!

  • Betsy Barnes wrote:
  • Betsy Barnes wrote:

    One of my favorite ways to relax is in the late afternoon, I take a walk at a near by park. When I get back, I enjoy a cup of tea 🙂

  • Mami2jcn wrote:

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/572510957542490112

  • Mami2jcn wrote:

    I like to have a piece of chocolate.

  • steve weber wrote:

    I love a nice bowl of ice cream.

  • Stephanie wrote:
  • Stephanie wrote:

    i love getting face masks

  • Julie Wood wrote:
  • Julie Wood wrote:

    My favorite indulgence is to have a Starbuck’s Hot Caramel Coffee Latte with a big Cinnamon Roll!

  • Lisa Brown wrote:
  • Lisa Brown wrote:

    I like to make coffee, grab a good book and just read and relax.

  • Erika wrote:

    I’m not able to very often, but sometimes, just going through the Starbucks drive-thru is a big treat!

    CHAMBANACHIK(AT)GMAIL(DOT)COM

  • What a genius idea~Milano cookies in Tiramisu! Can’t wait to try. Reminds me of another Pepperidge Farms fave~Chessmen Banana Pudding:-)

  • heather wrote:

    My favorite way to press pause, unwind, and enjoy the moment is to take a nice hot bubble bath with my favorite soft music.

  • Laura ~ Raise Your Garden wrote:

    Wonderful contest Jack & Martha! I always think of Pepperidge Cookies as for adults only, but I think that’s just me justifying not sharing the kids, or waiting until they go to bed to indulge (is that terrible or what). My mom bought me the Pepperidge Chocolate chip cookies the other day and they hit the spot. Although I wouldn’t advise eating the whole bag! Such a creative dessert.

    • Martha wrote:

      Thanks Laura!! (I hate to share these cookies too!) 😉

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