Recipe Tiramisu Brownies

I love making food mash ups; melting two dishes into one new dish. These Tiramisu Brownies are another great example of how tasty it can get if you combine two recipes. On this page I’m sharing my recipe for Tiramisu Brownies.

Tiramisu is tasty, Brownies are tasty, so Tiramisu Brownies are double tasty. It’s another great food mash up! You might know the word ‘mash up’ from the music industry, as its used when you put two songs together to create a new one. But you can also make food mash ups! I already made several, like Sushi Pizza and Cruffins, a combination between croissants and muffins.

For these Tiramisu Brownies I used a baking mix to make the brownie layer. But you can also use store bought brownies or make the brownies yourself from scratch. You can use my 4-ingredient peanut butter brownies recipe for example.
The tiramisu layer is made like you’d make the creamy mascarpone layer at regular tiramisu.
I didn’t use alcohol for this recipe. But please note that you use raw eggs to make tiramisu, so this dish isn’t suitable for pregnant ladies.
You could use my vegan tiramisu recipe to make a vegan and pregnancy proof version.

Recipe Tiramisu Brownies

Ingredients (serves 8-12):
1 mixture for brownies
250 gram mascarpone
2 eggs
60 grams sugar
75 grams dark chocolate
Handful of chocolate chips

Prepare the brownies as stated on the package. Make sure that they’re cooled off before adding the tiramisu layer.

Separate the eggs. Put the egg whites in a clean bowl and mix until fluffy.
But the yolks in a bowl with the sugar and mix until you’ve got an airy cream. Add the mascarpone in 4 parts, carefully mix with a spatula before adding the next part. Make sure that you don’t have any lumps before you add the next part.
Carefully spoon in the egg whites.
Divide the tiramisu mixture over the brownies. Put in the fridge for at least 3 hours.

Break the dark chocolate into pieces and put in a microwave proof bowl. Melt the chocolate on 600 Watt in 30 second intervals. Stir well when its melted. Poor the chocolate over a parchment lined baking sheet. Put in the fridge to set.
Break the chocolate into big pieces.
Before serving, sprinkle the tiramisu brownie with the chocolate chips and put the dark chocolate chunks on top.

You might also like my recipe for Oreo Pancakes.

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