Dulce-De-Leche-Tiramisu-Spoon Dulce-De-Leche-Tiramisu-Ladyfinger
Everyone seems to like tiramisu. It’s a dessert I make often. I usually assemble tiramisu in shot glasses for dessert bars. This version might even be better then my original recipe. Adding dulce de leche makes this dessert extra special. This recipe doesn’t contain eggs so no baking required. Assembly can be done in shot glasses or a baking pan. 
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Serves 12 shot glasses 


2 cups heavy cream

8 oz. mascarpone

1/2 cup of sugar & 3 teaspoons of sugar

1 cup of espresso

1/2 cup of milk 

25 ladyfingers

1/2 cup of dulce de leche (recipe below)


1. Whip the cream, slowly adding the 1/2 cup of sugar until thickened.

2. Add the mascarpone and whip slowly until fully incorporated. 

3. Cut ladyfingers to size.

4. Add 3 teaspoons of sugar to espresso.

5. For the first layer dip ladyfingers into espresso lining the base of container.

6. Spread a layer of whipped cream mixture over the lady fingers.

7. Dip the ladyfingers into the milk and then the dulce de leche. 

8. Layer lady finger on top of layer of cream mixture. 

9. Add final layer of cream mixture. 

10. Chill in fridge for two hours.

Dulce De Leche


1 can of condensed milk.


1. Make three holes on top of the can of condensed milk.

2. Place can in a pot filled with water up to 3/4 of the can. 

3. Set on medium heat. 

4. As water evaporates add more water. 

5. Let heat for three hours. Remove carefully and let cool. 


  1. These are so beautiful and elegant, love it!

  2. Combination of some of my favorite treats! Lovely. Beautiful photos, as well.

  3. It looks really delicious. I must try to do this.
    I love your photos also, greets from Madrid ;)

    1. Thank you. You will love this dessert.


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