A Creamy & Delicious Tiramisu Iced Coffee

tiramisu iced coffee

I started seeing the tiramisu cold foam trend on Instagram and had to jump on board. Tiramisu might be one of my favorite desserts and I have a pretty easy, killer recipe for making it, so I knew I could figure out a tiramisu flavored cream. 

The easiest way to do this is with a tiramisu flavored syrup for the coffee and then add a little of that to a cold foam mixture that incorporates mascarpone cheese. If you’ve never used mascarpone, it’s a milder flavor than cream cheese and the texture is softer right out of the fridge. It makes it easy to blend in with the cold foam, especially if you leave it out of the fridge while you prep the rest of the ingredients and drinks. 

So, if you love tiramisu and iced coffee, I think you’ll really love this tasty dessert in a cup. 

Tiramisu Iced Coffee: Ingredients

tiramisu iced coffee

Here’s what I used to make this dessert. Feel free to swap out as needed or for dietary restrictions, but understand that it could change the flavor and I haven’t tested it with those ingredients. 

  • Cold Brew Coffee – I used storebought Stok Cold Brew, my favorite. I did a taste test of cold brew coffees and this was by far my favorite, so we always have it on hand now. You could turn this into a latte by using two shots of espresso and about 3/4 cup milk of choice. 
  • Tiramisu Syrup – I love this syrup. It’s become a fave. I have been getting more and more of my syrups and sauces from KYYA, they are made in small batches and shipped super fresh. And they’re more affordable than others, too. Win win. Get 10% off with my code WHATTHEFROTHKYYA10. 
  • Mascarpone Cheese – You can get a small container. You only need 1 tbsp. Use the rest to make delicious tiramisu. 
  • Heavy Cream – I don’t think you can sub this, sorry!
  • Sweetened Condensed Milk – I didn’t try any other sweeteners for this, but I suppose you could try something else if needed. 
  • Vanilla Extract – A dash is plenty
  • Cocoa Powder – For dusting on top. I used unsweetened and I love this little tool that dusts perfectly. I use it with powdered sugar, cocoa powder, anything like that. 

That’s all! This one does have more ingredients than most of my drinks, but every once in awhile, making that super fancy, delicious coffee is exactly what I need. This hit the spot in a real way. Also, these are affiliate links for products I bought with my own money, use, and recommend. If you choose to make a purchase through my links, I’ll receive a commission at no cost to you. 

Tools I Used: 

Hand Frother -This is the one I use and it’s the best I’ve ever found. So fast, too. Really just whips it right up perfect every time. 

Fluted Mason Jar Glasses – I love these. A perfect 16 oz. I use them for shaken espressos too, just put on the lid and shake.

How To Make: Tiramisu Iced Coffee

tiramisu iced coffee

I shared a video on my Instagram of how I made this. Sure, it cuts out the time in between things, but altogether, I think it took me 5 minutes from start to finish, and that was with filming, which eats up some time. Pretty easy. Check out this video:


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  1. Add ice to a glass
  2. Add 2 tbsp. tiramisu syrup
  3. In a separate glass, add 4 tbsp. heavy cream, 1 tbsp. mascarpone, 1 tbsp. sweetened condensed milk and a dash of vanilla, froth with hand frother until soft set
  4. Pour over your coffee
  5. Dust with cocoa powder
  6. Enjoy!

Would you try a tiramisu iced coffee? What do you think? 

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