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Prosecco Tiramisu

Last updated on June 18th, 2021 at 04:30 pm

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Prosecco Tiramisu – Gluten Free, No Bake

Prosecco Tiramisu is a no bake, gluten free, creamy and festive, made with bubbly Prosecco for a gorgeous and easy, show stopper dessert.

Tiramisu is not something new on our site. In the past, we made the delicious and most amazing No Bake Tiramisu Cake, followed by Tiramisu Trifles, and now we present you with these amazing Prosecco Tiramisu Bowls.

Prosecco Tiramisu

I am very excited to share this Prosecco Tiramisu with you. These creamy, delicious and festive bowls are the perfect way to end a good meal.
This time I decided to not only enjoy our sparkling wine with the appetizer, but to serve it for dessert too. I made these very simple and time saving Prosecco Tiramisu served in individual bowls, restaurant style. A luxurious no bake dessert, that can be recreated with ease and is ready in 30 minutes.

This No Bake Prosecco Tiramisu turned out so festive and good-looking, and it actually tastes better than it looks! What I love about it the most is how it can be made in advance. You can make it one day ahead of your event and just serve it the next day. Delicious simplicity at its best. I substituted the classic espresso with Prosecco.

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Why You’ll Love These Prosecco Tiramisu Bowls:

  • Firstly, they are puffy, pretty and delicious, and are a show stopper dessert.
  • Also, the bowls presentation is a perfect alternative to the traditional Tiramisu Cheesecake.
  • Easy to find ingredients and minimum prep work is needed.
  • Perfect for brunch parties and for bigger crowds.
  • Lastly, they can be made 1 day in advance, so you don’t have to worry about a last minute dessert.

Prosecco Tiramisu Recipe Tips:

  • The mascarpone and cream cheese should be at room temperature.
  • Don’t replace the mascarpone with cream cheese, because the mascarpone has a richer and creamier texture. In addition, it is originally used in Tiramisu cakes. Hence, using mascarpone will make a huge difference here.
  • Don’t over mix or whisk the cheeses on high speed. The mascarpone tends to separate if over mixed, so best to mix on medium speed.
  • The heavy whipping cream should be very cold, straight from the fridge. It would be good to chill the mixing bowl for 10 minutes, before whipping the cream.
  • Lady finger will soak the prosecco quickly, so keep an eye on them.

Can you freeze Prosecco Tiramisu?

Freezing these Prosecco Tiramisu is not recommended, as the cream wouldn’t freeze well, and upon defrosting it will become watery.


Prosecco Tiramisu

  • Prep Time30 MIN
  • Cook Time
  • Servings 10 servings


  • 1 1/2 cups Prosecco
  • 20 gluten free savoiardi biscuits or ladyfinger
  • 4 egg yolks organic
  • 1/2 lb. mascarpone cheese
  • 3/4 cups heavy cream
  • 1 cups powdered sugar
  • 1 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1 vanilla bean seeds only


  • Lay the Savoiardi sponge biscuits on the bottom of a baking pan and pour the prosecco on top of them, distribute the liquid evenly.
  • I like my sponge fingers to be moist and soft, if using gluten free biscuits let them rest for a 10-15 minutes to soak all the prosecco. If using regular lady fingers, they will soak the prosecco quicker, so keep an eye on them.
  • Tamp down gently, making sure the biscuits are soaked all over, flip on the other side mid soaking.

Mascarpone Cream:

  • In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, mix together the heavy cream and granulated sugar until stiff peaks form. Transfer to a bowl and refrigerate until ready to use.
  • In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the whisk attachment (or just a large bowl if using a hand mixer) whisk the egg yolks, sugar and vanilla bean seeds until light and creamy. Pause a few times, to scrape the sides of the bowl, and continue mixing until well combined. Add the powdered sugar, whisk until well combined. Whisk in the mascarpone cheese and mix on medium speed until fully incorporated.
  • Once all the mascarpone cheese has been incorporated, remove the whipped cream from the fridge and using a spatula; gently fold it into the mascarpone mixture.


  • We are using 2 biscuits per layer. Break the savoiardi biscuits in two and press two of them on the bottom of ice cream bowls to create the first layer. Top with a few spoons of mascarpone cream. Repeat until the glasses are full, 2 layers of biscuits and 2 layers of cream.
  • Top with dusted cocoa, fresh mint leaves or rose petals before serving.
  • Serve chilled.

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Ciao Florentina

Ciao Florentina

So beautiful I'll just stare at it for 5 minutes before I dive in ! Xo's



Thank you Florentina!

Crystal Lopez

Crystal Lopez

Tiramisu is such an elegant dessert. It is simply amazing and I love the fact that this dessert is layered! I am not a big drinker but a glass of wine with dessert in this case is a must!



You are so right, this dessert is the perfect way to indulge in some prosecco!



This looks like a delicious dessert! I am gluten free so I really appreciate you sharing it. I am going to pin this for later so I can make the Tiramisu and off to purchase some of the Sparkling Wine for the holidays!



Thank you Melissa, hope you love it.



Sparkling wine in tiramisu?? What a yummy and beautiful idea!



Thank you Sues!

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