Total Time
4hrs 20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 4 hrs

This is fast and easy to make and very good. It comes from a booklet I picked up at the grocery store--it's from Kraft

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare pudding according to box direction.
  2. Beat in cream cheese.
  3. Fold in whipped topping.
  4. Line bottom of 6 glass mugs or parfait glasses with 1 lady finger each.
  5. Sprinkle coffee over lady fingers.
  6. Top with 1/2 pudding and sprinkle with half grated chocolate.
  7. Repeat layers.
  8. Cover and chill for 4 hours or overnight to blend flavours.
Most Helpful

I gave this recipe 4 stars. I made this for Cameraless Chef 2008. I loved this tiramisu. While my family hasn't tried it yet I thought it was so yummy. I made a few minor changes to the recipe. I used fat/sugar free vanilla pudding, sugar free cool whip (1 gram fat), folgers brewed coffee, the whole package ladyfingers and a hershey's candy bar. I prepared the pudding, cream cheese, cool whip mix as directed. At this point I lined a big pan with one 1/2 of the lady finger and soaked the fingers with coffee. I then topped with pudding and sprinkled with grated hershey bar. Then lined the pudding with the other half of the ladyfinger and repeated the process. I did use the whole package of lady fingers. Preparing the dessert this way I can have a little each day. While I loved this dessert I agree the filling is alot but overall this is such a yummy dessert. I would make this again for sure. Thanks for posting a yummy recipe. Christine (internetnut)

internetnut June 13, 2008

I expected this to taste like a mock Tiramisu, but I didn't feel that at all :( Sorry. Taste was nice and presentation was lovely, but I really thought I would get that hint of Tiramisu, I didn't. It tasted very cream-cheese-pudding-y. Also, step 5 uses the term sprinkle for the brewed coffee, which I found odd, thinking I should be using unbrewed instant coffee. A bit confusing. I "splashed" some coffee instead. Made for Beverage Tag

AniSarit February 24, 2008

Lovely light dessert, we enjoyed it very much. I made this yesterday morning and we had it for dessert last night. Very easy to make, relatively low in sugar and tastes great. Thanks for posting.

*Pixie* October 08, 2006