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Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved Tiramisu. It was strange, because I detested coffee, yet I could “drink” the coffee in this dessert with no problem. It was rich, sweet and airy at the same time. It had the richness of the coffee and raw cocoa powder, the sweetness of the lady finger cookies and it was airy with the sweet cream in the middle. It seemed, to me, like the perfect dessert.
Fast forward a few years and I met my husband. Turns out he loves Tiramisu as well. It is a wonder because no one in my family likes it so I could never order it at a restaurant. But now? My husband and I are able to try it at every and any restaurant we visit and we absolutely love doing it! We have tried it in so many different places and have also narrowed down our favorites. So now, we decided we wanted to make it at home whenever we wanted. We have found the perfect recipe for this dessert and we think you are going to love it as well! Give it a try and let us know what you think. It is almost better than a restaurant style Tiramisu!
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