How Much Does it Cost to Make Tiramisu

| May 30, 2014 | 1 Comment

Cost of  Tiramisu

cost-of-tiramisuTiramisu is an Italian dessert which in Italian means, “lift me up”. The origin of the dessert is not 100% certain but it most likely dates back to the Veneto region in Italy and was created in the 1960’s. It is incredibly popular in Italy along with parts of the United States and is a coffee-flavored cake-like dessert. The main ingredients in the recipe include chocolate covered ladyfingers, coffee, egg yolks, sugar, and mascarpone cheese. Once the entire dessert is assembled, it is topped with cocoa powder as a final touch.


Factors of Cost

There are multiple ways the recipe has been adapted over the years, with many different ingredients added which slightly change the taste. Depending on how you decide to make your Tiramisu will depend on the overall cost. The main ingredient that gets substituted is coffee. Some other options people have since substituted the coffee for are amaretto, chocolate, lemon, berry, raspberry, strawberry and banana. This will change the main flavor of the dessert to practically anything you want it to taste like.

All of these ingredients have different costs depending on the seasons but no matter which main flavor you choose for your Tiramisu, the cost should only vary by no more than $5. Overall, the cost of making a Tiramisu from scratch should be no more than $15. If you decide to save yourself some time and effort, you can always purchase Tiramisu from a bakery for between $25-$35, depending on the size and bakery.

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Ways to Save

Many of the ingredients in Tiramisu are traditional Italian ingredients and can be imported from Italy for an authentic tasting dessert. To save a few dollars on shipping charges, which will substantially raise the price, along with saving on the expense of the authentic ingredients, you can always purchase these items locally. It may not taste quite the same but it will be very close!