A tiramisu recipe already exists on Greek Goes Keto and you can check it out at this link. However, we decided to make a minimalistic version. All around the internet you can find versions with so many different flavourings and sweeteners. Naturally, Keto Tiramisu already is simple but what if we can make it even more minimalistic? We believe that everything can become easier if you simplify it to the bare minimum of ingredients and time requirements.
Less is more – Sometimes something simple is better than something advanced or complicated.
Keto Tiramisu with basic ingredients you always have in your fridge
Learning to enjoy food with fewer spices and flavourings is something we all need to practice. By doing this you will be able to understand what is the status of your taste buds. Are you able to feel the natural sweetness of eggs and butter? Are you able to have a shot of espresso without any sweetener? If the answer is no, you can always go back to the first recipe which contains sweetener, vanilla, rum and Mascarpone. However, if you feel brave, you will give this spartan simplified version of Keto Tiramisu a chance.
What means to be spartan? – self-discipline, avoidance of luxury (in this case sweetener).
We always have some eggs, butter and coffee
Our original version contains quail eggs. Yes, they are super-healthy but most of you don’t have them at home and have to research where to buy them. If you have hen eggs, you can use them whole or just use the yolks to make sure you can consume them raw. Since you will be using melted butter, you will be thermally processing the eggs just enough to prevent bacteria development.
Eggs, butter, coffee and a dash of cacao
This sounds too simple, doesn’t it? However, if you never give it a go, you will. never know how addicted to the flavour of sweetness you are. Give it a try, and if you absolutely cannot consume it, just mix in some monk fruit or stevia liquid extract. Learn to enjoy natural food in its original form and discover the new horizons in the zone of minimalistic cooking.