Tiramisu Cookie Recipe + Giveaway for ArtScroll’s New Cookbook Something Sweet!

Introducing: The newest member of ArtScroll’s popular cookbook lineup:

Something Sweet, by Miriam Pascal | Desserts, Baked Goods, and Treats for Every Occasion

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR …

… a fabulous dessert to enhance your Shabbos and holiday meals?

… everyday baked goods and cookies to keep in a jar on the counter?

… delicious treats to please every member of the family?

… show-stopping sweets to impress your party guests?

You’ll find it all – and more! – in Something Sweet.Scroll down for a sample recipe and giveaway, then click here for more information and to order your copy.tiramisu-cookies-LR

Tiramisu Cookies

Reproduced from Something Sweet by Miriam Pascal, with permission from the copyright holders, ArtScroll/Mesorah Publications

Dairy or Pareve | Yield about 3½ dozen

Traditional tiramisu is a coffee-flavored dessert, noted for its ladyfingers soaked in espresso. I reinterpreted this fabulous dessert into cakey cookies, packed with coffee flavor and rolled in coffee-soaked ladyfinger crumbs.

Click here to download a printable copy of the recipe for Tiramisu Cookies

Ingredients:
CRUMBS
1 cup coarse ladyfinger crumbs
2 Tablespoons brown sugar
1 Tablespoon brewed coffee (or ½ teaspoon instant coffee granules dissolved in 1 Tablespoon hot water)
COOKIE DOUGH
¾ cup oil
4 ounces cream cheese or soy cream cheese
1 cup brown sugar
½ cup sugar
¼ cup espresso or strong coffee (see Note)
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
3 cups flour

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper; set aside.
  2. Prepare the crumbs: Combine ladyfinger crumbs, brown sugar, and coffee in a small bowl. Stir until combined. Mixture should have the texture of damp sand. Set aside.
  3. Prepare the cookie dough: In the bowl of an electric mixer, on medium speed, beat together oil, cream cheese, and sugars until smooth.
  4. Add espresso, egg, baking soda, salt, and vanilla. Beat until smooth and creamy.
  5. Reduce mixer speed to low; add flour, one cup at a time, beating after each addition, until combined.
  6. Use a medium cookie scoop (or a heaping tablespoon) to portion out dough. Roll into balls; then roll in prepared ladyfinger crumbs until fully coated. Place onto prepared baking sheets.
  7. Bake for 10-11 minutes, until cookies are set.

Note: You can use 2 teaspoons instant coffee granules dissolved in ¼ cup hot water instead of espresso.

Plan Ahead: These cookies freeze well in an airtight container or bag. They’re on the soft side, so handle with care when packing them. Defrost fully before serving.

Giveaway is over! Congratulations to the winner, R Retchinsky!

Want to win a copy of Something Sweet?

To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post telling us what your favorite dessert is!

Giveaway ends on Wednesday, September 2nd, at 11:59 pm eastern time.

**One winner will receive a copy of Something Sweet.. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Winner will have 48 hours to answer or another winner will be chosen. Limit one entry per person.

160 thoughts on “Tiramisu Cookie Recipe + Giveaway for ArtScroll’s New Cookbook Something Sweet!

  1. Hard question as it depends on the hour but right now I’m baking your pumpkin crinkle cookies (which I haven’t baked all summer) everyone who says “eww I don’t like pumpkin” ended up loving these!

  2. We love ice cream desserts and lemon bars!!!

    I’ve been following miriam on her blog for years and I am so happy for her and excited about her new book!!! Hatzlocha miriam in all you do! We live your flourless chocolate cookies and make them year round…especially on pesach!

    Best, shoshana

  3. I’m so excited to try out the recipes in this book, and I’m so happy for Miriam Pascal that she finally published a cookbook. It looks beautiful and delicious!

  4. These cookies are my favorite recipe. I have always loved tiramisu and had such a weakness for it. These cookies are so easy to make and are so similar to my favorite dessert. It’s like a different version of tiramisu. I can’t keep them on the table. Thanks for this recipe!

  5. Dessert is my favorite part of the meal! Its what makes dieting so hard, not the lack of all other carbs like bread and potatoes… But best of all is yummy Cream Cake!

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