Tiramisu is actually a dessert from Mediterranean cuisine. But why shouldn't you be able to eat it with winter dishes? With just a few other ingredients you can conjure up a delicious winter tiramisu. The trick: with winter gingerbread spices or with speculoos, tiramisu quickly tastes and smells like Christmas. With a layer of berries it becomes a wonderful festive dessert. It also looks good - ideally in individual glasses.
How to do it:
Mix all ingredients of the cream layer with a hand mixer until creamy.
Mix the raspberries with the vanilla sugar, crumble the biscuits.
Layer the various components in six small jars in this order: speculoos, cream, raspberries, cream, speculoos and finally some more cream.
Place the jars in the refrigerator for at least four hours.
Before serving, mix the ingredients for garnishing and distribute evenly on the top layer of cream.
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