A sweet coffee treat for Thanksgiving guests

So, what do you serve that special friend or neighbor who stops by either on Thanksgiving Day before the feast, or the day after, and even if you’re relaxing at home, having a small get-together with friends or joining your annual family gathering virtually.

This year, try an Easy Tiramisu Dip, a simple yet sophisticated way to ensure smiles all around.

The recipe starts with “easy,” and it holds true to its name. With a short list of ingredients and only a handful of instructions, this is something you can whip up (literally) in just a few moments. Also, using minimal tools in the kitchen is always a plus for at-home chefs. The only appliance needed to make this recipe is a mixer.

The outcome is fluffy, rich and sweet with a hint of espresso. It’s not overpowering, however, so little ones or non-coffee lovers can still enjoy this delicious dip and can be served cool or chilled.

If you are planning to take a sweet treat to a party this holiday season, this is nearly perfect. No oven time needed and simple to serve to kids and adults alike.

Serve with ladyfingers or fruit to bring that sweetness to a whole new level, and it’s topped with a final sprinkle of cocoa powder to give it that extra appeal. You do eat with your eyes first after all.

Give this one a try and see the faces of your loved ones light up with joy this season. This creamy, tasty dip is sure to impress.

Easy Tiramisu Dip

A sweet coffee treat for Thanksgiving guests Recipe Card

Servings: 4

1 cup heavy whipping cream

1 tablespoon espresso powder

4 ounces cream cheese, softened

8 ounces Mascarpone cheese

1/2 -cup powdered sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 teaspoons cocoa powder

wafers or fruit, for dipping

Directions: In a medium bowl, whisk heavy whipping cream and espresso powder until blended.

In a large bowl, use a hand mixer to beat cream cheese until smooth. Add Mascarpone cheese and beat until combined. Gradually add powdered sugar, beating after each addition. Add vanilla extract; beat mixture. Add espresso mixture; beat until soft peaks form.

Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.

Spoon mixture into serving bowl.

Sprinkle it with cocoa powder. Serve with wafers or fruit.

For more easy dessert recipes, visit Culinary.net


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