10-Minute Matcha Tiramisu Recipe

My 10-minute matcha tiramisu recipe is actually more like a 5-minute tiramisu recipe. I'm just a slow person – anyone else making this will probably be much faster.

This 10-minute tiramisu is naturally not an authentic tiramisu – instead, it's a quick, tasty tiramisu-ish dessert made with matcha instead of coffee.

I absolutely love both 'regular' and matcha tiramisu, but sometimes I just want to whip up a quick and easy dessert and not have to bother about leaving something to set in the fridge for hours. This quick cheat's tiramisu can be eaten straight away.

You can also see how I make this on my YouTube channel:

Ready? Let's go.


2 tsp matcha
200ml hot water
1 tsp vanilla extract
150g mascarpone
150ml whipping cream
1 tbsp caster sugar
9 sponge finger biscuits
Extra matcha, for dusting


1. In a small bowl, whisk the hot water into the matcha until smooth, stir in the vanilla, and set aside to cool.

2. In a large bowl, gradually stir the whipping cream into the mascarpone until smooth. Add the caster sugar, and whip until thick and pipeable. Spoon into a piping bag or sandwich bag with the corner cut off and set aside.

3. Dip three sponge finger biscuits into the matcha, rolling them around a couple of times so they get well-soaked, and place them on a plate side by side. Pipe a generous layer of cream on top. Repeat with another layer of three biscuits and cream, and a final layer of three biscuits and cream.

4. Dust the top of your 10-minute matcha tiramisu with a little extra matcha and serve.#

Enjoy, and have fun.


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