Pumpkin Tiramisu Cake Recipe with Coffee-Maple Mascarpone Cream is as airy, fluffy cake made with real pumpkin and pumpkin spice, and chopped hazelnuts. Best dessert recipe you will ever make. Impress your friends and family!
Hello my friends,
I just have to tell you... I made THE BEST Pumpkin Tiramisu Cake. I really mean it. I'm so excited to share this recipe with you. You will LOVE this deliciously sweet heavenly dessert. If you are looking to impress your family with a mouthwatering dessert at the end of your next Thanksgiving dinner, or ANY dinner, this pumpkin tiramisu cake recipe is the one!
Easy to make, this tiramisu cake recipe is so fun to put together. I never tried to do tiramisu before because most of the ones that I tasted so far haven't inspired me. The traditional recipe has lady fingers and you don't need to bake. Just put it in the refrigerator for several hours until the coffee syrup penetrates the tiramisu.
Pumpkin Tiramisu Cake Recipe with Coffee-Maple Mascarpone Cream
For this pumpkin tiramisu cake recipe you have to bake the cake first. This cake is airy and fluffy, and nutty with all the chopped hazelnuts. And of course to go along with the Fall season, I added pumpkin puree in the cake batter, and some Organic Coffee Bean infused Vermont Maple Syrup in the decadent mascarpone cream filling. With the mascarpone cream, I adjusted the sweetness to my taste adding one part powdered sugar and an equal part of the Coffee-Maple Syrup. Remember, the coffee syrup is sweet, and you need to make sure that you balance the sweetness. If not, the tiramisu will become too sweet.
Assembling the Pumpkin Tiramisu Cake
Now, the fun part is putting the cake together. The first part is to slice the cake in three equal parts width-wise making sure that you put the layer with the nuts side up. The next step is adding some mascarpone cream in the bottom of the dish, acting like glue to keep the cake from moving. Then pour one third of the coffee syrup on the cake and spread evenly ¾ cup of mascarpone cream. Repeat the same steps in each layer.
After assembled, spread the rest of the coffee-maple mascarpone cream all over the cake. If you have an art for decoration, I'm pretty sure that you will make it look much better than I did. I'm not that artistic with icing, but I'm learning:).
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The only thing left is to put the cake in the refrigerator for several hours. This process will help the coffee syrup to penetrate each layer and give the whole cake the distinct coffee flavor of tiramisu. Shave some bittersweet chocolate on top of the cake.
After I'm done taking pictures, I usually share my creations with our neighbors. There are two reasons why I like to share my food with others. One reason is that I love people tasting my food and giving a lot of compliments - who doesn’t love compliments :). The second reason is because I love hearing my neighbors saying that they love having me as a neighbor. Remember, it's all about the compliments and boosting my confidence.
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UPDATE - This cake recipe is now part of our special compilation of "8 Sweet Pumpkin Recipes you are going to want to make." If you love pumpkin spice like we do, check it out.
I hope you enjoy reading my humble post, and do try my superb Pumpkin Tiramisu Cake Recipe with Coffee-Maple Mascarpone Cream. See you next time.
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