Saturday, July 31, 2010

Toffee Tiramisu Dessert

1 package pound cake cut into slices
3/4 cup strong brewed coffee 
1 cup white sugar
1/2 cup chocolate syrup
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese
2 cups heavy whipping cream
2 (1.4 ounce) Heath Bars, chopped

Beat the whipping cream until thick and heavy.

In a separe bowl, whip the chocolate syrup, sugar and cream cheese until creamy and even. (Not pictured)

Now mix it along with the whipped cream.

Beat well until the frosting seems well blended.

Now layer pound cake on the base of a dish.

Pour  the coffee over the pound cake.

Pour a layer of frosting over it.

Add the chopped heath bar. (I tried using the heath bar bits as pictured below and wasn't thrilled by the results. Lets stick with the chopped heath bars)

Repeat the Layers.Pound cake, coffee, frosting and heath bars.

Until all the frosting is used up. I prefer 2-3 layers.

Top it off with chopped heath bars.

That's what it looks like if you use heath bars instead of the bits. Each layer should look like this.

Refrigerate for alteast four hours to let the coffee do the trick! Serve chilled :D


FV said...

JV... is there any substitute of heath bars? As i dunno if they are available here!

JV said...

hmm.. I guess any toffee covered chocolate should do.See if you can find anything comparable . Do you get Skor there? Perhaps any crunchy toffee covered with chocolate?? Here is what wiki says:

The Heath bar is an American candy bar made of English-style toffee, marketed by L.S. Heath beginning in 1928, subsequently by Leaf, Inc.,[1] and since 1996 by Hershey.
Shaped as a thin hard slab with a milk chocolate coating, the toffee originally contained sugar, butter, and almonds, and was a small squarish bar weighing 1 ounce

Anonymous said...

Any idea???? this amount will serve how any people???

JV said...

I would say about 10-12 people. It really depends. I could eat the whole thing by myself.. :D

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