Chocolate Tiramisu Cake Roll, Tiramisu never tasted so good. A delicious mocha cake filled inside and out with a creamy eggless tiramisu filling, don’t forget the sprinkles! Your new Dessert.
I have always been intrigued by cake rolls. I think they look so delicate, and inviting. Not to mention I always thought difficult. That is until I made this Chocolate Tiramisu Cake Roll.
As I let you all know yesterday was my birthday and I made 3 delicious desserts, the first Turtle Cookie Bars. I love my friends they will try anything.
And since they are Italian they won’t just say “oh really good” and not mean it. They will dissect that dessert till the last crumb has been uncovered.
Not only will they discuss it but they will also give you 100 new ways of doing that dessert whether you want to hear it or not. Then of course they will move on to an antipasto or a pasta dish or their absolute favourite, something fishy.
FOR THE CAKE
3 ounces squares dark chocolate 3 / 84 grams
6 tablespoons butter 85 grams
1 cup sugar 225 grams
1/2 teaspoon baking soda 2 1/2 grams
1 cup flour divided, 125 grams
1/4 teaspoon salt 1.4 grams
2/3 cup water/strong coffee I removed 2 tablespoons of water and added 2 tablespoons of strong coffee, 157 grams
1 cup Mascarpone 250 grams
1 cup whole cream 250 grams
1 1/2 tablespoons sugar 24 grams
Pre-heat oven to 350°, line a 10×15 inch (25×38 centimeters) jelly roll pan (I used a cookie pan) with parchment paper and lightly oil.
In a medium bowl beat until thick Mascarpone, cream and sugar.
FOR THE CAKE
In a medium bowl over a pot of boiling water (don’t let the water touch the bottom of the bowl) melt butter and chocolate, stirring to combine, when the chocolate has almost melted, remove from heat and stir until chocolate is completely melted and smooth then stir in sugar, set aside.
In a medium-large bowl beat eggs until thick and pale in colour, (approximately 3 minutes), then beat in 1/4 cup flour, baking soda, salt and chocolate mixture, beat until combined. Then alternately add the remaining flour and coffee/water, beating after each addition.