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Reduced-Fat and Decaffeinated Tiramisú

Reduced-Fat and Decaffeinated Tiramisú

Reduced-Fat and Decaffeinated Tiramisú

Today I proposed a lighter version of the classic dessert “Tiramisú.” Tiramisú is such an excellent Italian dessert, but sadly a dessert with strong coffee and plenty of fatty cheese is not indicated for people in recovery. Caffeine will increase anxiety and depression; meantime, fatty cheeses do not help with other health issues. A moderate amount of this version of the Tiramisú will put everyone together.

I am sorry for the Italian friend. The recipe and taste will be slightly different from the original recipe. Anyway, still a nice dessert, rich in flavour and enjoyable to eat. Reduced-Fat and Decaffeinated Tiramisú


600 grams of decaffeinated coffee
1000 grams of cheese, spreadable, soft white, low fat
400 grams of eggs (8 medium units)
50 grams of cocoa powder
600 grams ladyfingers biscuits

Cooking method

Soft cheese is low in fat. To avoid a runny Tiramisú cream, we prepared our cream as zabaglione. We put eggs, cheese and sugar in a bowl and slow-cooked in a bain Marie. We cooled the temperature down and put it on the side when it was ready.
After that, we have all that we need to build our Tiramisú. We started with the first layer of cream. We made the second layer after soaking the biscuits (one by one) in the cold decaffeinated coffee. Then we dust with a bit of cocoa powder. Starting again with the cream, we follow the same way until we run out of all the ingredients.
Cover the last layer of cream with Cocoa powder and place our tiramisú in the fridge. For at least two or three hours.

Nutritional label

Nutrient Value per 100g Value per portion (110 g) DRI percentageinfo_outline
Energy 146 kcal 161 kcal 8 %
Protein 9 g 10 g 20 %
Carbohydrate 16 g 17 g 7 %
Sugars 8 g 8 g 9 %
Fat 5 g 6 g 8 %
Fatty acids, total saturated 2 g 2 g 12 %
Fibre 0 g 0 g 1 %
Sodium 155 mg 171 mg 7 %

Nutritional information

Nutrient Yield value Value per portion (110 g)
3860 kcal
161 kcal
137 g
6 g
414 g
17 g
243 g
10 g
2832 mg
118 mg
6 g
0 g
4110 mg
171 mg
1806 g
75 g
Vitamin A
1175 ug
49 ug
Vitamin B-6
1 mg
0 mg
Vitamin B-12
20 ug
One ug
Vitamin C
22 mg
1 mg
Vitamin D (D2 + D3)
16 ug
1 ug
Vitamin E
9 mg
0 mg
Vitamin K
3 ug
0 ug
6 g
0 g
0 g
0 g
202 g
8 g
1753 mg
73 mg
34 mg
1 mg
Nutrient Yield value Value per portion (110 g)
524 mg
22 mg
3630 mg
151 mg
3742 mg
156 mg
26 mg
1 mg
3 mg
0 mg
314 ug
13 ug
2 mg
0 mg
269 ug
11 ug
3 mg
0 mg
9 mg
0 mg
16 mg
1 mg
Pantothenic acid
15 mg
1 mg
Folate, total
927 ug
39 ug
Folic acid
138 ug
6 ug
Fatty acids, total trans
1 g
0 g
Fatty acids, total saturated
59 g
2 g
Fatty acids, total monounsaturated
49 g
2 g
Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated
16 g
1 g
5120 mg
213 mg

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Reduced-Fat and Decaffeinated Tiramisú


100g of this dessert has 146 cal. These can be burn with just by 30-35 minutes of walking


Decaffeinated drinks and foods along with low fat contribute to reducing the risk of Coronary Heart Diseases


There is nothing wrong to break the habits and treating yourself with a different Tiramisú.

Planning On Changing Your Lifestyle?

Trying to focus on the solution rather than the causes. That will lead you to a different level of thinking, reduce your stress, and make you feel better. Being constantly under stress increase the level of cortisol. Cortisol loves to help our body to store fat in our hips and our abdomen. Right now, we know how to identify our triggers and learn how to deal with them. After that, the biggest challenge has an action plan to prevent relapse. A good relapse prevention plan includes three main steps. Firstly, recognize your triggers, secondly, deal with them and finally use our self-efficacy to deal with them without back in the old habits.

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