Whenever I make this, I can't stop staring at it for a few minutes before I stab it with a knife and start slicing. I love how the fresh fruits are scattered on top of the cake, making it look festive, fresh and healthy. Classic tiramisu is made with espresso, Marsala wine and cocoa powder covering the whole top, but the fresh fruits I replaced them with breathe freshness and lightness into the dessert. In place of the Marsala and coffee, I used freshly squeezed clementine juice along with some zest so that the kids can eat as much as the adults do.
What's great about this version is that you can replace the fruits I used with others that are in season. Go with the flow of the season, and enjoy your fresh fruit finds at the market.
Tiramisu is everyone's favorite dessert, but there's always a big question that hangs over every parent's head. Since a classic version has espresso and Marsala, should the kids eat it too? With this fruit version, the kids can eat as much as they want because it has kid-friendly and healthy ingredients.
Prep time: 1 hour | Inactive time: 3 hours or more | Total time: 4 hours
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