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Gluten-Free Tiramisu with Berries & #FreeFromValentine

Happy Valentine’s Day! How would you feel about this Gluten-Free Tiramisu with Berries to celebrate in style? Just add rosé champagne and you will have the perfect treat!

Photo credit: Splenda

Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day or ignore it completely?

My four little ones are really keen! All afternoon  yesterday was dedicated to it. They made Valentine’s Day cards for each other and their friends as well as Hama Bead hearts, bookmarks and ombré candles. I did get sucked in and spent a good half hour colouring a bookmark for Crevette, my favourite bookworm. He was over the moon! This morning, as we were all having porridge, the doorbell rang. Beanie’s friend was at the door, holding a pretty carrier bag. Inside was a lovely teddy. How sweet is that?

I worked with this recipe and even attended ‘Sweet School’ with an expert nutritionist a few months ago. This lovely collaboration motivated me to bake with the sweetener and after some trial and error to try and reproduce one of the bakes we had on the day, I came up with these this recipe.

When the lovely people at Splenda asked me to share their Berry Tiramisu Recipe, I couldn’t say no: those babies looked incredible!

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Gluten-Free Tiramisu with Berries

Ingredients

  • 12 gluten-free sponge fingers
  • 2 heaped tablespoons SPLENDA® Granulated
  • 3 free range eggs
  • 250 g mascarpone cheese
  • 250 g strawberries halved or raspberries

Instructions

  1. Separate the eggs.
  2. Mix the egg yolks together with the mascarpone and SPLENDA® Granulated.
  3. Whisk the egg whites until they form stiff peaks and gently fold into the mixture.
  4. In the glasses or jam jars, place a layer of gluten-free sponge fingers, then a layer of the cheese mixture and a layer of fruit.
  5. Repeat the process and finish with a layer of fruit.
  6. Cover each tiramisu with cling film and refrigerate overnight.
  7. Serve chilled.

Recipe Notes

Tip: You can make a coffee tiramisu if you exclude the red fruits and moisten the sponge fingers with strong coffee and dust with cacao powder just before serving.

For the gluten-free sponge fingers, use this recipe by my friend Rebecca at ‘Glutarama.’

Check out what the wonderful members of the Free From Gang have been creating for #FreeFromValentine: 

Here’s what’s included:

Vegan Aquafaba Pavlova with Coconut Cream and Berries by Mandy at ‘Veggielicious’

Truffles by Jenna at ‘A Balanced Belly’

Decadent Chocolate Roulade with Coconut Cream by Laura at ‘Dairy Free Kids’

Healthy Homemade Chocolate Waffles by Eva at ‘The Healthy Tart’

The Best Gluten-Free All Butter Shortbread  by Vicki at ‘The Free From Fairy’

Chocolate Layer Cake by Kate at ‘The Gluten Free Alchemist’

Creamy Vegan Tiramisu Dessert (Top 14 free)  by Midge at ‘The Peachicks Bakery’

Vegan Valentines Biscuits by Emma at ‘The Free From Farmhouse’

Fruit and Nut Chocolate Truffles by Rebecca at ‘Glutarama’

His & Hers Vegan Valentine Parfaits  by Jo at ‘Modern Food Stories’

Chocolate Coconut Truffles by Nath at ‘The Intolerant Gourmand’

Vegan Double Choc Cherry Brownies by Nina at ‘Eat Allergy Safe’

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.

18 Comments

    • Mel
      Author
      14/02/2018 / 9:20 pm

      I know, right? I loooove strawberries, and Tiramisu… Just add a glass or two of Rosé Champagne and it is the perfect dessert, isn’t it?

  1. 14/02/2018 / 9:36 pm

    5 stars
    Oh wow these look absolutely incredible and just perfect for Valentine’s Day!

    • Mel
      Author
      14/02/2018 / 9:43 pm

      They are, aren’t they?

  2. 17/02/2018 / 1:56 pm

    5 stars
    Of this is so pretty! And so perfect for Valentine’s day. I love the traditional flavours in a tiramisu…but I’d be more than happy to try this version out too…I think it would also be lovely as summer dessert – too nice to save just for Valentine’s day!! And aren’t your little ones cute with all their Valentine’s crafts. My two surprised us with cards they’d made and presents they’d wrapped (albeit things they already owned – too little to go to the shops on their own) – so sweet!! Eb x

    • Mel
      Author
      18/02/2018 / 10:16 pm

      Oh bless them! I love it when my children do that. I had a rather dishevelled Barbie for my birthday and a couple of teddies 🙂

  3. 17/02/2018 / 8:36 pm

    This looks so pretty and easy. My kind of dessert!

    • Mel
      Author
      18/02/2018 / 10:15 pm

      Mine too!

  4. 18/02/2018 / 7:02 pm

    5 stars
    This looks amazing Mel!

    • Mel
      Author
      18/02/2018 / 10:14 pm

      🙂

  5. 18/02/2018 / 8:37 pm

    What a lovely take on Tiramisu. So pretty too.
    I love when kids share valentines….. sadly, it doesn’t seem to last. When they get to secondary school, they become rather cynical and ‘anti’. x

    • Mel
      Author
      18/02/2018 / 10:14 pm

      I am enjoying every minute! I know too well what children turn into at secondary school hahaha!

    • Mel
      Author
      21/02/2018 / 11:37 pm

      It really does, doesn’t it?

  6. lisa bradburn
    21/02/2018 / 1:37 pm

    4 stars
    Hi Mel, Can’t believe I missed this for Valentine’s Day – it looks so yummy. Think I’ll give it a go for Mother’s Day – what do you think?

    • Mel
      Author
      21/02/2018 / 11:37 pm

      I think it would be perfect any day!

  7. 26/02/2018 / 1:09 pm

    5 stars
    How easy is this? And it looks amazing as well! x

    • Mel
      Author
      03/03/2018 / 3:31 pm

      Easy peasy is the only thing we’ll attempt in this house (with my 4, it would be carnage if I was pottering in the kitchen for hours and hours!).

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