Mini No Bake Tiramisu in Mason Jars Recipe

This Mini No Bake Tiramisu recipe is sponsored as part of the Dunkin Donuts Preferred Partner Program. Opinions are my own.
I love tiramisu! It is amazingly delicious. What coffee lover doesn’t savor a decadent bite of a desert soaked in coffee? The only think I don’t like a ton about tiramisu is that it can take forever to make, but with this no bake recipe that issue is solved. There are no eggs in this recipe so feel free to lick the beaters. The best part of this recipe is that you get to drink coffee and smell coffee the whole time you are making this desert.
Well, you don’t have to drink the coffee. I have heard there are folks who don’t drink coffee. However, I was not going to let a pot of Cinnamon Dunkin Donuts coffee go to waste. That stuff is too good to waste. Because, well, coffee. All of the ingredients in this recipe can be picked up at your local grocery store. I found the lady fingers in the bakery, and the mascarpone with the specialty cheese. The coffee is in the coffee and tea aisle!

Mini Mason Jar No Bake Tiramisu Recipe from This Mama Loves

Mini No Bake Tiramisu Recipe

Ingredients:

1 dozen lady fingers
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tbsp. rum flavoring/extract
8 oz. Mascarpone cheese
1 cup whipping cream
1 mug cold strong brewed Dunkin Donuts Cinnamon coffee
Cocoa powder
Wide mouth canning jars

Directions:

In large bowl, whip together the sugar, whipping cream, and vanilla. When the cream has turned into whipped cream mix in the Mascarpone cheese and rum flavoring.
Break your lady fingers in half and dip them into the coffee for about 15 seconds. Alternately, you could pour the coffee over the lady fingers and let them soak while you make the cream. I dipped since the kids would be eating it too.
Layer the cookies and cream in your canning jar until it is full.
Let your tiramisu refrigerate for 2 hours. Sprinkle with cocoa powder before serving.

Yields: 3

Yields 3

Mini No Bake Tiramisu in Mason Jars Recipe
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Ingredients

  • 1 dozen lady fingers
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp. rum flavoring/extract
  • 8 oz. Mascarpone cheese
  • 1 cup whipping cream
  • 1 mug cold strong brewed Donuts Cinnamon coffee
  • Cocoa powder
  • Wide mouth canning jars

Instructions

  1. 1) In large bowl, whip together the sugar, whipping cream, and vanilla. When the cream has turned into whipped cream mix in the Mascarpone cheese and rum flavoring.
  2. 2) Break your lady fingers in half and dip them into the coffee for about 15 seconds. Alternately, you could pour the coffee over the lady fingers and let them soak while you make the cream. I dipped since the kids would be eating it too.
  3. 3) Layer the cookies and cream in your canning jar until it is full.
  4. 4) Let your tiramisu refrigerate for 2 hours. Sprinkle with cocoa powder before serving.
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  • so cute so mini tiramisu, I'll try to make it <3.
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  • OMG looks so tasty!!!
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  • This is my kind of dessert. Impress your guest with a dessert that include NO baking. SOLD!!
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  • Tiramisu is one of the flavors that can make me wake up any moment of the day. I love it so much and would also love to try following the recipe.
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  • Looks so good! Tiramisu seems so intimidating to me to make. This looks so easy! Thanks for linking up at MerryMonday! Kim
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  • This sounds like a really yummy recipe! I would love to try this someday! Thanks for sharing.
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  • Yumfest. Tiramisu has always been my favorite dessert. My sister makes it herself but I've never tried making it on my own.
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  • This looks really delicious! Making it looks simple and easy to. I have to give it a try.
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  • A no bake Tiramisu?! That is awesome! I love Tiramisu, but I didn't know you can prepare it like this. Thanks for the recipe! YUM!
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  • This looks so yummy! And I am all about the no bake desserts. I also really love the mason jar touch
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  • How delicious! I have never personally tried a Tiramisu before, but I've heard that they're really good.
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  • These are just the most adorable little desserts!! Great presentation on tiramisu!!
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  • This Tiramisu looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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  • I'm on the hunt for new recipes to make the grand kids this weekend. This one looks and sounds amazing.
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  • This looks delicious! I love desserts and I can't wait to try it because it's easy to make.
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  • That looks so yummy. I love to bake, but I also love no bake desserts. I can't wait to try your recipe.
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  • This looks just scrumptious! I love putting little tiny desserts in jars for my family. It's a great weeknight treat!
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  • I am so excited to give this recipe a try. The mason jars give it such a cool look. My kids will love it.
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  • Oh my, these look so yummy! I have got to whip these up, tiramisu is delicious.
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  • That looks so good! I love no bake desserts like this. Easy is a huge selling point, but easy and super yummy is the best combo.
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