Pineapple Cream Tiramisu

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu

Here it is. Your no-bake, make-ahead summer dessert. Pineapple cream tiramisu is tiramisu with a tropical twist. It's LUSCIOUS. (Isn't that such a good word?)

*this post is sponsored by my friends at Imperial Sugar

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

Not only do the flavors make this perfect for summer, but because you MUST make is ahead of time, there's no rushing around at the last-minute baking something for the neighbor's cookout.

Do you know a tiramisu hater? Jack (who does not like tiramisu) surprised himself by loving this!

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

Just like with traditional tiramisu, this recipe uses ladyfingers and mascarpone.



Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist

Aaaaaand, what's UNtraditional about it is just about everything else. Hello, coconut rum. Hello, crushed pineapple. Hello, coconut.

toasted coconut

OK...I might have told a little white lie about this being no-bake. The tiramisu is no-bake, but you do toast the coconut for the top. I like to do this in the oven, but you could absolutely do it on the stove. Or even skip the toasting altogether. I'll never tell.


While that's happening, drain the pineapple. You want to get all of the excess liquid out.


Instead of dipping the ladyfingers in coffee and Kahlua, we're using coconut rum. AloHA!


Whip up some cream with Imperial Sugar Confectioners Powdered Sugar and vanilla, then fold in the mascarpone.

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

The drained pineapple gets folded in at the end. You'll layer the pineapple cream on top of the first layer of ladyfingers, then repeat.

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

Top with the toasted coconut.

Here's the important part: it has to rest in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours. Take a nap, go get a pedicure...your dessert will be waiting.

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

The resting time will give the ladyfingers a chance to soften and let the flavors marry. Honestly, the longer it sits, the better. You could even make this the day before.

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

When you're ready, cut into squares and serve. Keep leftovers in the fridge.

fresh pineapple vase with carnations

I can't say I recommend making a vase out of a pineapple. It was messy and I'm sure I did it wrong, but it DOES look cute. Also, can we stop hating on carnations now? Look at those ruffles!!!

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

Alright, back to the tiramisu. Let's take a bite. Ahhhhh. I told you - luscious.

I'm sharing my recipe over on Imperial Sugar today. Get it! You need it for the rest of the summer!

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu : tiramisu with a tropical twist ♥ bakeat350.net for Imperial Sugar

Pineapple Cream Tiramisu. Are you ready for a shake-up of the original? 


9 comments

  1. And you have a drink to go with Pinapple Cream Tiramisu that uses some of the yummy coconut rum, right
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  2. It looks fabulous and I love the pretty flwer pot too!

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  3. I am HERE FOR THIS. Can't wait to try it!

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  4. Aloha! We just moved to Hawaii...and this looks fabulous! Can't wait to try it once I get my kitchen back in order.

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