16 Reviews

What a treat. I used sugar free cheesecake flavored pudding, lite cool whip and Hershey's Special Dark Cocoa Powder. Quick to put together and delightful to enjoy.

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mickie49 March 02, 2007

This was wonderful! Instead of the cocoa powder, I used chocolate syrup on top. Yum! Thanks for posting!

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SJones February 26, 2007

UPDATE (02/28/12): We added Panama Jack's (Irish Cream made with wine) to the coffee mixture and that bit of alcohol brought in some classic Tiramisu flavours.
Wonderful and easy. No worries about raw eggs and expensive ingredients. I used a hazelnut coffee blend and instead of using cocoa powder I decided to grate chocolate between the layers. While it is not exactly tiramisu you would find in restaurants, it is definitely a nice treat that my husband and I enjoyed. I used only one package of pudding and we have enough leftover to make 2-4 more desserts.
I also made homemade whipped cream to top the dessert with.

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Veggie Girl Kacey February 28, 2012

WOW!!! LOVED THIS!!! Will make again and again!

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CharleneApril April 26, 2009

Very quick and easy. I made Fantastic Vanilla Pudding (#38714) the day before to use in this recipe and I assembled the rest right before dinner. It had a wonderful mild flavor.

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Renegade Chef February 15, 2008

The idea was so simple but the taste was so great! I really liked that it was a dessert I could make without planning. I had all of these things in my home already. I also liked that the pudding was straight out of the refrigerator so it seemed like the dessert had been chilled :) Thanks for posting!

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BenandMatt'smommy January 16, 2008

This was both surprisingly easy and great tasting! This is so much cheaper and easier than the "original" tiramisu recipe; it makes the perfect "everyday gourmet" dessert! Thanks; we loved it!

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Belinda in Austin, TX October 07, 2007

This was very tasty for such a easy dessert. Will make again. This was the dessert I served with Chicken Parmigiana #149134 and Zucchini #44833. Thanks Sharon123 for such a delicious easy dessert recipe. Bullwinkle.

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bullwinkle August 03, 2007

This was the only "fake" Tiramisu recipe that looked easy enough for me to try PLUS if you use Reduced Fat Nilla wafers and Sugar free pudding cups and cool whip FREE...it is only a 200 calorie dessert! Gosh this was GOOD! We'll make this often! Maybe even again tonight! Fantastic! Thank you Sharon123!

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jVo June 13, 2007

This one really had my interest and I had one little pudding snack that I really needed to use up before it expired so I made a point to pick up some vanilla wafers just for this recipe. I made this just for one and I thought this was pretty good. It's quick and easy and nice when you just wan't a sweet little treat. It's something I'd make again. Thank's Sharon!

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MTpockets April 02, 2007
Easy Tiramisu for Two