Biscoff and Tiramisu Mousse

Biscoff and Tiramisu Mousse - Flour Sack Sweets

Biscoff and Tiramisu Mousse – Flour Sack Sweets

Tiramisu is one of my favorite desserts. The luscious creamy mousse paired with coffee soaked ladyfinger cookies is a combination that just can’t be beat. However, I have to say the mousse is my favorite part of the dessert because of its coffee and liquor flavor. The deep rich coffee notes, paired with the little bit of spicy liquor undertone makes me giddy. Additionally, I love Biscoff cookies. I stumbled upon them one day in the grocery store and thought they would be fantastic for an afternoon snack with my coffee. And they are.

Then my mind really started spinning and I ended up creating this Biscoff Tiramisu Mousse and almost all my dreams came true.

Almost.

I’m still waiting on the 5,000 acre ranch and the airplane.

*cue fairy godmother music*

… crickets.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this recipe. If you try it, please let me know. I’d love to hear your thoughts.

 

Biscoff Tiramisu Mousse
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A delightful mix of creamy mascarpone cheese and rich coffee on a bed of crunchy Biscoff cookies make this Tiramisu Mousse one you'll make again and again. Enjoy!
Servings Prep Time
6 1 hour
Servings Prep Time
6 1 hour
Biscoff Tiramisu Mousse
Print Recipe
A delightful mix of creamy mascarpone cheese and rich coffee on a bed of crunchy Biscoff cookies make this Tiramisu Mousse one you'll make again and again. Enjoy!
Servings Prep Time
6 1 hour
Servings Prep Time
6 1 hour
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Combine instant coffee and hot water. Allow to cool. Beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form and chill until ready to use. Pulverize Biscoff cookies. I use my food processor.
  2. Mix powdered sugar and mascarpone cheese until smooth. Mix in liquor. Add coffee one tablespoon at a time, tasting after each addition. I like mine with a strong coffee flavor. Adjust to your liking.
  3. Fold whipped cream into the coffee mixture. Once combined, spoon into gallon bag and snip off corner of bag. You can also use a pasty tip and bag if you prefer.
  4. Place 1 tablespoon of pulverized Biscoff cookies in the bottom of an 8 oz container. I like to use pint jars or soufflé cups. Pipe mousse into cups. Using a small sieve sprinkle a little of the semi sweet baking chocolate over the top of your mousse. Sprinkle a pinch of Biscoff cookie onto the top of each dessert and add a raspberry.
Recipe Notes

Biscoff and Tiramisu Mousse - Flour Sack Sweets

Biscoff and Tiramisu Mousse - Flour Sack Sweets

*Biscoff did NOT sponsor this post, or this recipe. I just love the cookies, and I'm trying to figure out as many ways as I possibly can to incorporate them into recipes. Wish me luck!

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4 comments

    • jayann1 says:

      Let me know if you try this; I’d love to hear your thoughts. I’ve been known to add a little extra coffee for a stronger coffee flavor. So yummy! Thanks for stopping by!

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