Low FODMAP speculaas tiramisu
My family in law from Slovenia came to visit us for the first time in Holland a few weeks ago. Because they had never been to Holland before, we made a kind of traditional Dutch dinner for them.
Pumpkin soup as a starter, Dutch beef stew with grilled vegetables and potatoes as a main dish. For dessert, I was thinking to make a low FODMAP speculaas tiramisu because that was a recipe that I still wanted to make for the blog.
Of course this is more an Italian recipe, but everybody always loves this as a dessert and because I used speculaas it still got a little Dutch touch. Speculaas is a traditional Dutch cookie.
They really liked the Dutch dinner and the speculaas tiramisu was gone in no-time. A successful recipe! Perfect for a Dutch St. Nicholas celebration or as a dessert at the Christmas dinner.
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The lactose-free mascarpone that I use in this recipe is not so easy to find yet in the Netherlands. I have only managed to get it when I order it online at the supermarket.
What you can do, if you cannot find lactose-free mascarpone, is make the recipe with normal whipped cream and mascarpone and take a lactase pill when you eat the tiramisu.
Or you can use lactase drops to make the mascarpone and whipping cream low in lactose. You’ll need 3 lactase drops for the whipping cream and 10 for the mascarpone.
Put the mascarpone and whipping cream in two separate bowls and stir in the drops. Stir very well, cover the bowls and put them into the fridge for 24 hours.
After 24 hours 80% of the lactose will be dissolved and the product will be safe to use for most people with a lactose intolerance. You can check Intoleran’s website for more information on how this works.
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Low FODMAP speculaas tiramisu
- Total Time: 2 hours 30 min
- Servings: 6 1x
A delicious low FODMAP speculaas tiramisu. Tiramisu with Dutch speculaas cookies to make a delicious dessert. Also gluten-free and lactose-free.
- 125 ml lactose-free whipping cream
- 75 g white sugar
- 4 egg yolks
- 500 g lactose-free mascarpone
- Optional: 5 tbsp coffee liqueur
- 200 ml espresso
- 200 g gluten-free and FODMAP speculaas + 2-3 extra to crumble on top (you could substitute this with gingerbread cookies if you can’t find speculaas)
- 1 tbsp cacao powder
- An oven dish
- Whisk the whipping cream with 15 g of the sugar into stiff peaks.
- Whisk in another bowl the egg yolks together with the rest of the sugar until it forms a creamy mixture.
- Mix the mascarpone little by little into the egg yolk mixture.
- Gently fold the whipped cream into the mixture.
- Put the espresso into a deep plate and stir in the coffee liqueur, if you use it.
- Dip half of the speculaas cookies into the espresso mixture and put them with the coffee side on top into the oven dish.
- Spoon half of the mascarpone mixture over the speculaas cookies.
- Repeat the process for the other half of the speculaas cookies.
- Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or overnight.
- Crumble 2 or 3 remaining speculaas cookies over the tiramisu before serving.
This recipe contains raw eggs, so it is not suitable for pregnant women.
- Prep Time: 2 hours 30 min
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