Project: Tiramisu with Homemade Lady Fingers

Sarah’s selection for this week’s Project Pastry Queen challenge is Tiramisu with Homemade Lady Fingers. If you have any questions, tips, advice, etc., leave it in the comments here.

And come back on Sunday and leave the link to your blog post to show us your take on the dish!

PS: This is Sarah’s PPQ farewell gig. Thanks for joining us – we could always count on you to pick the showstopper projects :)

PPS: And welcome to new-ish members Jen and Missy!

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8 Comments to “Project: Tiramisu with Homemade Lady Fingers”

  1. Tiramisu is my most favoritest dessert… I can’t WAIT to see these recipes!!

  2. I had a blast participating in this project, and discovered so many favorite recipes! Thanks, ladies!

    http://www.20somethingcupcakes.com/2012/03/tiramisu-with-homemade-ladyfingers/

  3. I love tiramisu and have made ladyfingers many times so I was excited about making this.
    I used coffee in place of the alcohol in the soaking syrup, but thought the syrup was a bit too sweet so I made a couple of adjustments in my version of the recipe. Once I made the ladyfingers, the dessert was very quick and easy to finish, and it’s delicious!
    And thank you for the welcome – I’m excited to be a part of this fun project!

    http://creativemissy.com/archives/426

  4. Thank you for the welcome.

    I made the tiramisu and it was good. I agree with Sarah and mine was a little grainy too. I think it was from the soaking syrup but unsure why. http://sweet-morris.blogspot.com/

  5. Thank you for the welcome.
    I made the tiramisu and it was good. I agree with Sarah and mine was a little grainy too. I think it was from the soaking syrup but unsure why.

    http://sweet-morris.blogspot.com/

  6. Thank you for the welcome.
    I made the tiramisu and it was good. I agree with Sarah and mine was a little grainy too. I think it was from the soaking syrup but unsure why.

    http://sweet-morris.blogspot.com/

  7. Thank you for the welcome! I will say I have really expanded my culinary skills since joining. We liked this recipe but my tiramisu was a little grainy like Sarah’s. I think it was from the soaking syrup but unsure why.

    http://sweet-morris.blogspot.com/2012/03/tiramisu-with-homemade-ladyfingers.html

  8. Sorry I’ve been MIA – hopefully I can rejoin all the baking adventures ASAP!

    I made this Tiramisu Cake almost a year ago for Mother’s Day as it was my mom’s favorite cake:

    http://iheartyummy.blogspot.com/2011/05/tiramisu-cake.html

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