Individual Tiramisu....easy

I not the biggest of dessert fans, but give me a sticky toffee pudding and i'll eat it all day. I do however enjoy making them almost more so than anything else.

On this occasion I decided to make individual tiramisu's for my guests at home. Super easy and can be made the evening before, my kind of entertaining!!

To make 8

570mls cream
3 tbsp runny honey
250g marscapone 
80mls marsala wine
400mls of strong good quality coffee made with 3tbsp of granules
2 x packs of Savoiardi sponge fingers (you'll use approx 20)
25g dark chocolate
cocoa powder for dusting

Cool your coffee, I found my conservatory as it's (still) winter did the trick, after about 10 minutes it was ready to use.

Firstly out your cream, honey and marsala into a large bowl and whisk until combined and thick, stiff peaks have formed.

Get your glasses or serving dish ready.

Put the coffee into a separate shallow dish and dip in a few sponge fingers turning them over and then take them out- do NOT put them all in at once you'll find you get soggy sponge which is disgusting. Break them into 4's and place the quarters into the bottom of your glasses. If using a single large dish keep them whole and lay these side by side on the bottom until covered. 

Spread your cream on top of the sponge and grate over some of the chocolate. Repeat with a second layer of sponge then cream.

Cover and pop into the fridge overnight or for a few hours before serving.

To serve up, dust with cocoa powder and grate over the remaining chocolate.

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