Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Mock Brownie Tiramisu Parfait Recipe Video


These are a perfect dessert for any quick craving of a mock style Tiramisu, of course
I had these Italian mason jars that made them taste even better~!!!

Although you can use all premade and store purchased baked goods and cooked ingredients, I have used homemade fillings and homemade scratch brownies.  For these recipes used in this recipe, click at the bottom for  those links.

 1 baked dark fudge brownie recipe or store bought brownies cut up in small chunks
 1 Tiramisu filling, recipe ( cheesecake filling can be also purchased in the dairy case in a premade container by Kraft at your local supermarket, or another suggestion is to make Jello instant cheesecake pudding and pie filling found on the grocery shelf  by other pudding mixes)
 1 jar hot fudge

For the Adult version add:
1 or 2 tablespoons Kahlua or (more if you like)  in 1/4 coffee brewed leftover if you have it  sprinkle this on the brownie layer

For the Kids version:
Sprinkle the brownie layer with a few teaspoons of chocolate syrup, omit the coffee and alcohol.

 Whipped Topping
 Fresh Strawberries dip each one in Hot warmed fudge
 Red colored sugar optional
 Maraschino cherry juice, strawberry syrup or red food coloring to color the cheese cake mixture
 Mason jars for parfait (shown in photo's) or use any parfait glass

First get everything ready. Crumble up the brownies place in a bowl. In another bowl,  mix the cheesecake filling, with your choice of coloring to make it pink or whatever color theme you want. Sprinkle Kahlua mixed with coffee on the brownie(or make the non alcohol version for kids)  In the meantime, microwave some hot fudge topping for 30 seconds. Dip the strawberries in hot fudge and set aside.
Assembly:
In a mason jar or other decorative glass, crumble brownies on the bottom in an even layer. Top with a few tablespoons or more to your liking of Kahlua/coffee mixture. Spread a few tablespoons of cheesecake filling over the top (Tip: for even easier method, put  cheesecake filling in a ziplock bag and snip the corner off to fill, squeeze on top of brownies) then add the whipped cream. Repeat, brownie, Kahlua, cheesecake filling and whipped cream until you get to the top ending with whipped cream.
 Place a  strawberry that has been dipped in warm chocolate hot fudge and add on the mound of whipped cream parfait. Sprinkle the top with any coordinating colored sugar this one is with red colored sugar... you can tint this any color you want for any Holiday or make a big batch using a very large one bowl glass trifle dish!

Recipe for  Dark Chocolate Brownies Click here
Recipe for Tiramisu No Egg Filling Click here





23 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

Two fantastic desserts combined in one recipe...brilliant!

Federica said...

OMG! I'm mouthwatering! This dessert is heavenly :) Bye, have a great week

Maureen said...

How wonderful! I've gained 5 pounds just looking at it. I like things served in mason jars :)

Greg said...

This looks delicious. One of those desserts you want dive into and not stop until you have licked the bowl clean.

Tina said...

Love these layers of flavors! Very creative, using the tiramisu filling.
I am saving this one, it is definitely a winner, thanks so much for sharing this and have a great day!

Lizzy said...

Love your new video features, Claudia!! Great dessert...so yummy and festive!

Claudia said...

You are a temptress.. the most satisfying fudgy, sweet winter dessert to soothe my snowy being.

Magic of Spice said...

Oh Yummy! I bet those wonderful jars do make it taste even better! Such a lovely presentation :)
Hugs

Elisabeth said...

You are such a natural talent, on the video, Claudia! I would not call this droolworthy amazing dessert, "mock" anything! It's very REAL, love your cute Italian mason jar, and the Tiramisu filling, with the brownie, the Kahlua and all that whipped cream, the strawberries dipped in the chocolate fudge sauce...OK, enough, before I get in my car and drive to Orlando (3hrs drive) to have you make another batch...of course, I will bring the WW chocolate bundt cake!
Maybe we can make this yummy creation of yours with that, and save a few points?!...LOL
xoxo

Reeni said...

I love all your videos! And this tiramisu! Heavenly!

Catherine said...

Dear Claudia, This is just a perfect ending to any meal. I love these jars too. I save so many of my jars. Blessings, Catherine xo

Kiri W. said...

Oh man, that looks soooo good! I'd die for one, and yet I will refrain from tempting myself by making it ;)

Gera @ Sweets Foods Blog said...

Wow Claudia I'm big fan of desserts and that combination is to jump of joy! Brownies, tiramisu all that I need :)
Love the video!!

Cheers,

Gera

Anonymous said...

Yum, now this is a dessert! Everything delicious all in one compact little package. Best part is you can have it all assembled ahead except for maybe the fresh berries on top. I wish I could eat one right now! Very creative! :)

redkathy said...

Oh Claudia this is a fabulous dessert!!! My oldest turned 30 today and this dessert I know he would love. He's a huge brownie fan.

The jars are an adorable idea too. Hope you had a wonderful day!

Red_Shallot said...

This is the reason that I seem to fall off my diet wagon straight into delicious dessert puddle :)

Your dessert looks gorgeous and I bet it taste heavenly, too.

Sandra said...

Oh how I wish to have this as my midnight snack:)) Look so tasty! Great video Claudia..and beautiful photos! Congrats on making it to top 9!!!

Becky said...

Claudia- Loved your video, well done. this is a great dessert to share, and the mason jars are perfect. The chocolate brownies, and the tiramisu filling, with Kahlua and more is over the top.

Jen @ Coconut Oil Cooking said...

Wow! Sounds and looks amazing. Congrats on Top 9!

Geri Saucier said...

What a great dessert. I love all the yummy layers. Great recipe:)

Peggy said...

This dessert sounds amazing Claudia!

Free Spirit Eater said...

Congratulations on Top 9 Claudia! Well done! And I really enjoyed the instructional video, I hope it's not weird to say this but I really like the sound of your voice lol. It's soft and comforting. If I weren't dieting I'd totally try this out. Thanks for sharing and congratulations again!! XOXO =]

Erin @ Dinners, Dishes and Desserts said...

Congrats on the Top 9! I love anything that comes with a fudgy brownie, and these look amazing!