Peach Tiramisu

Tiramisù is one of my favourite desserts ever.  I know I still have to share with you my recipe for the classic coffee Tiramisù, but today I decided to post a less classic recipe.  This Tiramisù is surely not a classic, but it is still pretty delicious.  It is also kids friendly, which is quite important in our family at the moment.  In fact, whenever I make coffee Tiramisù, I also make a small portion of this Peach Tiramisù for the girls, so they don’t feel left out.  It always works!  You can use store bought mascarpone, or make your own following my recipe… it’s up to you.  It is a very easy and quick dessert to put together and I love how it looks too.  You can decide to serve it in small individual bowls or in a bigger dish and then portion it.  Whatever you choose to do, it will still taste fantastic, fresh and fruity.  Enjoy!

Peach Tiramisu

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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Italian
Serves: makes a 20x20cm – 8x8 inch dish
  • 400 gms – 14 oz. mascarpone
  • 25 savoiardi/lady fingers
  • 4 eggs, separated
  • 4 tbsp sugar
  • 3 half peaches, canned + more to decorate
  • Syrup from the peaches
  1. Beat the egg yolks with the sugar using an electric hand mixer until they become white and fluffy.
  2. Add the mascarpone and keep whipping until well incorporated.
  3. Whip the egg whites until firm and add them gently to the yolk and mascarpone mixture.
  4. Chop the half peaches into pieces.
  5. Soak the savoiardi in the peach syrup.
  6. Put the soaked savoiardi on a single layer in a serving dish. Add the cream and some pieces of peach. Put a second layer of savoiardi and cover with the cream and chopped peach. Make 2 layers.
  7. On the top, finish with the cream and decorate with the halved peaches.

Peach Tiramisu

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  1. says

    I was just thinking about a peach tiramisu! I’ve been into the creamy desserts lately and the last of the sweet peaches are still available! Glad you made this!

  2. says

    You k ow I cannot make it thru the day without your blog!! I love your recipes and pictures. Everything makes you want to lick the I really need a recommendation for a new DSLR CAMERA please can you help? Not a cheap camera a good camera and lens especially for food pics. I have ask a lot of bloggers no response. If you have time I would greatly appreciate it.

    • says

      Hi Bea! THANK YOU so much for such a lovely comment! :-)
      I have written a post about food photography and the cameras/lenses I use. You can find it here:
      I now have a Canon EOS 6D and love it. The 2 lenses I use the most are Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM and Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM Macro Lens. If you have to chose between one or the other lens, I would get the 50mm (even an f/2.8 is fine, unless you plan on shooting at night/in restaurants/without a tripod), as it is more versatile and probably the best lens to start with. I used only that for 2 years and I was (and still am) very happy with it. I just recently bought the macro lens and love it too as it lets me take close up pictures and show more details, but it is not good for all recipes. If I need to photograph a whole cake, then I need to use the 50mm or it won’t fit in the frame. 😉 Let me know if you have any other questions! :-)

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