Coffee Mascarpone Cream is an excellent and easy-to-make dessert, served in single-portion glass cups or in small cups made of chocolate biscuits, as we will explain in this recipe.
For Coffee Mascarpone Cream recipe, neither eggs nor cooking are needed. This delicious cream made with mascarpone and coffee is excellent for making lighter tiramisu, a valid alternative to the classic tiramisu recipe made with eggs.
So here we’ll show you how to make the chocolate cookies cups filled with a delicious mascarpone cream flavored with coffee.
Mascarpone coffee cream is even excellent served with drops of dark chocolate, Savoiardi ladyfingers or berries.
Coffee Mascarpone Cream Recipe
- 250 g (9 oz) of mascarpone
- 150 ml of heavy cream
- 150 g (5 oz) of icing sugar
- 40 ml of coffee
- a pinch of salt
- unsweetened cocoa powder (for decoration)
- few raspberries (for decoration)
- 400 g (14 oz) of dark chocolate cookies
- 150 g (5 oz) of butter
Coffee Mascarpone Cream
1) – To make mascarpone cream with coffee, first of all make the coffee and let it cool. Meanwhile whip the cream, then set it aside. Now place in a bowl mascarpone, icing sugar, a pinch of salt and the cold coffee. Mix and work the ingredients.
2) – Move the mixture in a blender bowl and blend all the ingredients for 4/5 minutes or until you have a smooth and soft cream.
3) – Add the whipped cream little by little to the mixture, stirring gently, with a movement from the bottom upwards.
4) – Now your Coffee Mascarpone Cream is ready. Cover it with cling film and leave in the refrigerator until ready to serve. When it’s time to serve this delicious dessert, gently remove the cling film and fill some little cups such as our Chocolate Cookie Cups.
Chocolate Cookie Cups
1) – Now we’ll show you how to make delicious cups made with dark chocolate biscuits that you can break and eat with coffee mascarpone cream. So melt the butter in a double boiler then pour it in a food processor with the chocolate cookies.
2) – Mince chocolate cookies and butter until the mixture is smooth.
3) – Set the mixture into a bowl and let it rest in the refrigerator for half an hour, so that it would be easier to mold. Meanwhile, cover the inside of some bowls (whether silicone or steel) with cling film. Then mold the mixture into the bowls forming a layer of about half hinch, making sure that it sticks. Now put the Chocolate Cookie Cups in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours.
4) – Just before serving, fill the chocolate cookie cups with coffee mascarpone cream, sprinkle with cocoa powder, then decorate with raspberries.