Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Tiramisu Dip

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Tiramisu Dip
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The tiramisu dip is not made with mascarpone or cream cheese. We have made the dip with very simple ingredients – whipped cream, amaretto and sugar. The creamy, fluffy and light texture is because the whipped cream is aerated in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser. When you search online, there are tons of recipes for making tiramisu, which are made from different ingredients. You will see a lot of variations when it comes to the type of liqueur. You will also find the eggless versions of the tiramisu recipe. Recipes may call for instant espresso or the real brewed one.

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Quick Info



Cook time



5 Minutes


6 Servings

⦁ Whipped Cream Canister
⦁ Whipped Cream Charger

Galaxy Gas Recipes: Ingredients

  • Egg yolks – 2
  • Whipping cream (36% fat) – 1 cup
  • Powdered sugar – 3 tablespoons
  • Amaretto – 1 teaspoon
  • Ladyfinger cookies – as required
  • Instant coffee
  • Cocoa powder for garnish

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Steps

  1. Make a fresh brew of espresso coffee and pour it in a bowl.
  2. In a bowl, mix the egg yolks, whipping cream, amaretto, and powdered sugar.
  3. Pour the ingredients into Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
  4. Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Chargers and shake vigorously. Refrigerate the whipped cream dispenser.
  5. Dip the ladyfingers in espresso brew and line them in a glass dish.
  6. Dispense the whipped cream and smooth it out with the help of a spatula.
  7. Make another layer with dipped ladyfingers in the dish.
  8. Dispense the whipped cream in a generous amount to cover the lady’s fingers.
  9. Sprinkle cocoa powder through a sieve.
  10. Keep in refrigerator for overnight or at least two hours so that the flavors are incorporated in the ladyfingers.

    Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipes: Extra Information

    Is it difficult to make tiramisu?

    Here is an instant version of tiramisu that you can whip up in few minutes. Our tiramisu dip recipe is very simple and does not require any special ingredients. You can prepare and serve the tiramisu whipped cream instantly when your family is craving light desserts.

    Is it necessary to use homemade coffee brew for dunking the ladyfingers?

    If you don’t have a coffee maker at home, you can buy some espresso or strongly brewed coffee from any nearby coffee shop.

    What is the difference between traditional tiramisu and this tiramisu dip?

    Traditional tiramisu has three main parts – a base made from ladyfingers dipped in coffee and liqueur, a filling made from mascarpone cheese, and a whipped cream topping. You don’t need to use mascarpone cheese when making this simple tiramisu dip. Simply whip up the cream and top it over the dipped ladyfingers.

    What type of ladyfingers are used for making a tiramisu base?

    The tiramisu base is made from Italian ladyfinger biscuits, which are also called ‘savoiardi’ or sponge fingers. Most ladyfingers are made dry and bland to absorb the boozy coffee mixture perfectly and become deliciously flavorful.

    You can make your homemade ladyfingers or buy them. Store-bought ladyfingers may come with different textures, such as hard and crunchy or soft and spongy. If you have a softer variety, you have to brush the biscuits lightly instead of dipping them in the coffee.

    The trick of making a perfect base is soaking the ladyfinger biscuits just for the right time in the espresso. Dipping them for too long will make them mushy, and the result is a soggy base. Ideally, the ladyfinger base should remain moist and spongy until the tiramisu is served and eaten.

    What can I substitute for ladyfingers in a tiramisu?

    Ladyfingers are the classical base ingredient use in a tiramisu. Suppose you can’t grab any of them; it’s better to postpone the making of tiramisu. But if it’s inevitable to make tiramisu without ladyfingers, you can use biscotti, sponge cake, or pound cake.

    Which alcohol is best for tiramisu?

    Though Marsala or Madeira wines are commonly used in Tiramisu, rum, amaretto, or coffee liquor are even better. You can also experiment with Irish cream, chocolate liqueur, or orange liqueur as they also complement the coffee flavor.