Our tiramisu the Swedish way is much healthier, full of fiber, no need to bake, easy-to-make and so delicious! Not like original tiramisu but a kind of a taste reminiscent of it. Try it!
40 g sprouted oat flour (or regular oatmeal, grind in the blender first)
20 g desiccated coconut
70 g medjool dates pitted (measured after pitted), soaked
15 g hazelnut butter or coconut oil
10 g buckini (sprouted dehydrated buckwheat groats)
10 g raw cacao powder
1/8 tsp cinnamon powder
A pinch of licorice salt
A pinch of nutmeg
65 g rolled sprouted oats
95 g coconut cream
70 g coconut milk
20 g cold press espresso
50 g medjool dates pitted, soaked
30 g maple syrup
20 g hazelnut butter or coconut oil
1/4 tsp cinnamon powder
Raw cacao powder
1. To make oat mascarpone, place the oats in a bowl, add the coconut milk. Let it sit for at least 30 minutes or overnight.
2. Then transfer to your blender, add the coconut cream, cold press coffee, maple, medjool dates and cinnamon. Blend until silky smooth. Lastly add the hazelnut butter or coconut oil. Blend again until everything combined well and you get a smooth mixture.
3. To make the kladdkaka crust, place the oats, desiccated coconut, buckini, cinnamon and salt in food processor, blend together.
Then add the medjool dates and hazelnut butter. Combine together. If you need, add a tbsp water. The dough should come together when you press with your hands.
4. Transfer the mixture between jars. Pour the cream over the crusts. The recipe makes 4 small weck jars (160 ml)
5. Dust some raw cacao and drop coffee beans. Let it sit in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours or overnight. Serve cold.