Raspberry Speculoos Tiramisu

Raspberry speculoos tiramisu - Lilie Bakery

Would you like a very fruity version of the famous tiramisu? This recipe from Raspberry and speculoos tiramisu is very greedy and really easy to do. We love to find raspberries in two versions: whole fruit and mixed in a coulis, all without cooking!

Tiramisu is one of my cute sins, and I bet you are too! To change from classic to coffee, I made these tiramisu raspberry speculoos. Few ingredients needed, quick to make: these are the kind of desserts we love to prepare to delight guests.

Some details on this raspberry speculoos tiramisu recipe

Flavor : we find there the acidity of raspberries of course! Here it goes well with the classic mascarpone filling of tiramisu but also the crumbled speculoos in the base. My little extra? I use brown sugar in the filling to give it even more flavor.

Texture : several textures combine in this dessert. The creaminess of the filling, the fondant of the coulis and the fruit, the crunch of the speculoos ... With each spoon, we can detect different textures, that's what we love!

Raspberry tiramisu - Lilie Bakery

Difficulty level : this recipe is easy to make, you can even make the coulis in advance. You need a mixer or robot for the snow egg whites, the rest can be done by hand without any problem.

How to make raspberry speculoos tiramisu?

We start by making the homemade raspberry coulis (without cooking). Using a blender, mix the raspberries with the brown sugar and lemon juice. Lemon juice helps prevent oxidation of the fruits and keep their taste intact.

Then we go to the garnish raspberry and speculoos tiramisu. On one side we beat the egg whites, on the other we whip the yolks with the sugar until white. At this stage, we add the mascarpone. I love creamy tiramisu, so I like to add a good amount of mascarpone, it helps the dessert to hold well.

Then, add the whites to the mixture: very delicately because we want to keep the sparkling effect of the whites. We do not especially use the whisk at this stage but rather a spatula / maryse.

Raspberry speculoos tiramisu - Lilie Bakery

For the assembly of the glasses it is very simple: we do it layer after layer. First we crumble the speculoos in the bottom of the glasses, then we add fresh raspberries. Then we apply a layer of mascarpone filling then raspberry coulis and again a layer of filling.

We finish with fresh raspberries, they are sufficient on their own. We cover them with a little icing sugar before serving… It's ready!

Variations for this raspberry tiramisu recipe

Raspberries lend themselves well to this recipe because their tangy taste outweighs the sweetness of the filling. However, you can try this recipe with other red fruits : blueberries, strawberries, blackberries ...

Instead of speculoos cookies in these raspberry tiramisu, you can vary with chocolate cookies for example or coconut.

Raspberry tiramisu - Lilie Bakery

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If you make this recipe, don't hesitate to tag @liliebakery on Instagram so I can see your pretty tiramisus!

Raspberry speculoos tiramisu - Lilie Bakery
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Raspberry Speculoos Tiramisu (Very Easy)

A fruity version of the famous tiramisu with beautiful fresh raspberries, a raspberry coulis, a creamy mascarpone filling and pieces of speculoos cookies ...
Preparation20 min
Baking0 min
Total20 min
Type of dish: Desserts
Kitchen room: French, Italian
Number of parts: 4 glasses

Ingredients:

Tiramisu

  • 375 g mascarpone cheese
  • 3 eggs at room temperature
  • Pinch of salt
  • 70 g Light brown sugar quantity to adapt according to your taste
  • About ten speculoos cookies
  • 170 g fresh raspberries for the decoration
  • Icing sugar for decoration optional

Homemade raspberry coulis

  • 250 g fresh or frozen raspberries (in this case they must be thawed)
  • 2 cc Light brown sugar
  • A few drops of lemon

Preparation:

Raspberry coulis

  • Mix the raspberries with the brown sugar and lemon juice. Pass the mixture through a Chinese to remove as many seeds as possible. Put in the refrigerator while you do the rest.

Tiramisu

  • Separate the whites from the yolks. Beat the egg whites until stiff with the pinch of salt.
  • Separately, whisk the yolks and the brown sugar until the mixture clears up and becomes very creamy. Add the mascarpone and whisk again to make it smooth.
  • Gently fold the egg whites into the previous mixture, using a spatula / maryse so as not to break them.

Glass assembly

  • Crumble the speculoos cookies: larger or smaller according to your preferences. I advise you not too big, they will be easier to taste with a spoon afterwards.
  • In the bottom of the glasses (mine are 290ml), first place the speculoos then place the raspberries (hole side down) so as to go around the glass.
  • Then garnish with mascarpone cream (the dose depends on the size of your glasses).
  • Then add the raspberry coulis. Then again a layer of mascarpone cream.
  • Finish by placing raspberries on top (hole side down). Sprinkle with icing sugar just before serving.

Notes:

These tiramisu will keep in the refrigerator for about 2/3 days.
Did you make this recipe?Tag @liliebakery on Instagram so I can see the result :)

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4 comments

  1. Reply

    LadyMilonguera

    September 10, 2021

    4 stars
    It is a very beautiful tiramisu.

    • Reply

      Lilie bakery

      September 10, 2021

      Thanks to you :)

  2. Reply

    Philippe

    September 14, 2021

    5 stars
    As soon as seen as soon as done! Excellent! For lack of decent fresh raspberries, I fell back on beautiful, fleshy blackberries and the result was perfect, the coulis being made from various frozen red fruits including raspberries.
    Congratulations on your blog very well done, with recipes well explained, accompanied by quality photos and easy to print. Continue to share your pastry passion with us and give us good advice!

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      Lilie bakery

      September 15, 2021

      Thank you Philippe, good idea with blackberries and red fruit coulis! Goodbye

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