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Gingerbread Tiramisu Mousse
Gingerbread Tiramisu Mousse
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Most probably everyone has heard of tiramisu mousse. But what about trying this no-bake tiramisu mousse with a twist of gingerbread to make it more festive. The dessert is served in single portion bowls, which makes each layers combining the flavours wonderfully.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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30 gr Gingerbread cookies
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50 gr Butter

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2 teaspoons Gingerbread spices
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1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
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1 teaspoon instant coffee
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225 gr Mascarpone cheese
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50 ml Hot water
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250 ml Heavy cream
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170 gr Icing sugar
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2 teaspoons cacao powder

Instructions:
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Start by making the bottom. In a blender crumble the gingerbread cookies.
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Melt the butter and mix with the gingerbread crumbles.
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Pour evenly the mixture in 4 small portion bowls. Press gently with a spoon on the top.
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Place the bowls cold until later.
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Time to make the mousse. Mix the instant coffee with the hot water. Keep for later.
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Beat the heavy cream to a hard mousse.
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Mix icing sugar and mascarpone cheese together with a spoon.
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Pour the vanilla extract and half of the coffee and mix.
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Add the rest of the coffee and mix.
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Pour some of the whipped cream in the batter and mix.
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Add the rest of the cream and mix.
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Pour evenly half of the mousse in the 4-portion bowls.
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Sprinkle some of the cacao powder in each bowl.
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Spread evenly one more layer of the rest of the mousse in the bowls.
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Sprinkle some more cacao powder on top.
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Place 1 gingerbread cookie in each bowl as decoration.
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