Quick & Easy Entertaining – Frozen Peppermint Mocha Tiramisu Recipe

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Looking for a super easy dessert that you can whip up in no time this holiday season? This Quick & Easy Frozen Peppermint Mocha Tiramisu is the perfect recipe for your entertaining needs.

Quick & Easy Frozen Peppermint Mocha Tiramisu. A perfect dessert for entertaining this holiday season. - www.happyfoodhealthylife.com

I love to entertain and make treats to share with my friends and family. But it always seems to be that my desserts for other people fail. There’s always some sort of stress involved. The cheesecake won’t set up. The cookies are flat and falling apart. The bundt cake just won’t come out of the pan in one piece. Of course, I can bake just fine when it’s just at home for no special occasion, but when there’s the pressure of making something for others, there is a huge probability that I will mess it up. Not this time though! This is totally fail-proof!

I’ll be honest. I took a couple of short-cuts to get to this point, but they were totally worth it. I had full intentions of making you a real authentic tiramisu today, but well – did you know that Lady Fingers are really difficult to find? And did you know that mascarpone cheese requires me to take out a freaking loan? Also – I don’t have Brandy on hand in my bar and didn’t want to fight the holiday crowds to buy a whole bottle just for the 1-2 Tablespoons I needed for the recipe.

Frozen Peppermint Mocha Tiramisu - www.happyfoodhealthylife.com

So yes, shortcuts were made, but they made no difference in the taste of this heavenly treat! Nilla wafers instead of lady fingers. Mousse mix instead of the mascarpone nonsense. Kahlua that I had on hand instead of the brandy. And instead of using milk in the mousse mix, I used my favorite Coffee Mate Peppermint Mocha coffee creamer, which added a huge spike of holiday flavor. Seriously genious moves here. It came together in about 10 minutes. I popped it in the freezer for a few hours. And then it was done and tasted like I spent hours on it! Heck, you could even make it the day before your entertaining festivities!

Quick & Easy Frozen Peppermint Mocha Tiramisu. A perfect dessert for entertaining this holiday season. - www.happyfoodhealthylife.com

Forget the fact that it’s freezing outside and that I’m making a frozen treat. I promise it won’t matter the second your guests take a bite and you see them melt from the flavor.

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Another shortcut I took in this creation was making my stop at Walmart. I had to run over there to pick up a few gifts and gift-wrap, so it was super easy to just swing by the dairy section to grab the creamer I needed for the recipe. One-stop shopping. I’m so all about the shortcuts during the holiday season. Ain’t nobody got time for multiple trips!

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What holiday events are you hosting this season? What do you plan to make?

Comments

  1. Dolphin says

    I made tiramisu a couple of times using mascarpone and kahlua (and ladyfingers) and it was good. I like some of your substitutions and would like to try with peppermint and nilla wafers but I know NOTHING about actual coffee (in fact, I picked the recipe I did use because it used kahlua which I love and not actual coffee) or creamers or mousse mix all of which intimidate me. Any suggestions to substitute as I don’t know how to make coffee, much less espresso and don’t want to substitute cheap instant powdered stuff for those things. Also I like to get the darkest chocolate available, not so much into milk chocolate any more.

    • Holly Waterfall says

      Well this is a tough one for me because I can’t imagine the classic Tiramisu without coffee. Maybe a strong hot chocolate would suffice? Mixed with Kahlua or some other coffee liquor? Good luck!

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