Sweet recipes


A classic of Italian cuisine envied all over the world. Suitable for any occasion, success is always guaranteed.
40 minutes
8 people


  • savoiardi 300 g
  • very fresh eggs (about 4 medium) 220 g
  • mascarpone 500 g
  • sugar 100 g
  • ready-made mocha coffee (and sweetened to taste) 300 g
  • unsweetened cocoa powder for the surface to taste


  • 01
    To prepare the tiramisu, start with the eggs: carefully separate the egg whites from the yolks. Remember that in order to whip the egg whites well, they must not have any trace of yolk.
  • 02
    Beat the egg yolks with an electric whisk, pouring only half the sugar.
  • 03
    As soon as the mixture has become light and fluffy, with the whips still running, you can add the mascarpone one at a time.
  • 04
    Incorporato tutto il formaggio avrete ottenuto una crema densa e compatta; tenetela da parte.
  • 05
    Clean the whisks very well and beat the egg whites, pouring the remaining sugar a little at a time. You will have to mount them until the snow is firm.
  • 06
    Take a spoonful of egg whites and pour it into the bowl with the egg yolks and sugar and mix vigorously with a spatula, so you will dilute the mixture.
  • 07
    Then proceed to add the remaining part of the egg whites, a little at a time, mixing very gently from the bottom up.
  • 08
    Once ready, distribute a generous spoonful of cream on the bottom of a 30x20cm baking dish and distribute well. Then dip the ladyfingers for a few moments in cold coffee already sweetened to your liking.
  • 09
    Gradually distribute the soaked ladyfingers on the cream, all in one direction, so as to obtain a first layer on which you will distribute a part of the mascarpone cream.
  • 10
    Continue to distribute the ladyfingers soaked in coffee, then make another layer of cream.
  • 11
    Level the surface and sprinkle it with unsweetened cocoa powder and leave to harden in the refrigerator for a couple of hours.