One of my favorite desserts made vegan - Tiramisu! This vegan uses vegan yogurt, without any nuts or soy. It's creamy, decadent and full of flavors.
This recipe is made in collaboration with Nature's Charm - one of my favorite plant-based brands and the world's first creator of vegan condensed milk.
Vegan Tiramisu is one of my favorite desserts of all time. It's a combination of all my favorite things - coffee, chocolate, and sweets, what can a girl ask for more? It looks fancy and impressive but actually is quite easy to make.
I decided to make a vegan version of Tiramisu using oat whipping cream and oat condensed milk from Nature's Charm. I am Vietnamese, so of course, I will add a Vietnamese element by using oat condensed milk. This recipe is by no means traditional - but it hits the spot every time! This recipe is also soy and nut-free and can be easily made gluten-free by swapping AP flour for gluten-free flour.
I hope you give this recipe a try and let me know what you think!
Ingredients to make this Vegan Tiramisu
Vegan Biscuit layer:
Since the traditional ladyfingers are not vegan, I made my own vegan cake layer. Just combine two of these:
- Wet ingredients: oat condensed milk, plant-based milk, melted vegan butter, vinegar, and vanilla extract.
- Dry ingredients: all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt
Then combine all the wet and dry mix together, rest the batter for 5 minutes, and bake at 200 degrees Celcius (400 degrees Fahrenheit) for 25-30 minutes. It should come out like this:
The vegan Mascarpone is made out of:
- Vegan whipping cream: I use Nature's Charm Oat Whipping Cream, you can also use other plant-based whipping creams like coconut. The Oat whipping cream is chilled the night before in the fridge.
- Vegan yogurt: I use vegan coconut yogurt, but you can use another vegan yogurt of your choice.
- Powder sugar
- Oat condensed milk
I use a hand-electronic mixer to whisk all the ingredients until fluffy. You can also do this also by hand.