This new recipe is what I’m calling a Teri-misu! It’s everything I love wrapped up in an easy tiramisu recipe that can even be made gluten free. You will want to make this cold brew tiramisu for every party, because it will be a total crowd pleaser. It’s simple to make but feels totally elegant and tastes delicious.

final product of cold brew tiramisu

What Goes Into Cold Brew Tiramisu

In a typical tiramisu, you will find whipped cream, lady fingers, and mascarpone. For our tiramisu, we are using Icelandic Provisions Cold Brew Extra Creamy Skyr instead of mascarpone. It’s pretty much the most genius thing we’ve ever done. The skyr is so creamy, with the perfect coffee flavor that complements everything so beautifully.

cold brew skyr

What I love about Skyr is that it is just sweet enough without being too much. Each Cold Brew Skyr has 10 grams of protein too, so even though it’s dessert, it can keep you satiated too! If you haven’t tried skyr before, it’s truly a must do. It’s absolutely delicious on its own, but I love how versatile it is in both sweet and savory dishes.

How to Make Your Cold Brew Tiramisu

To start your tiramisu, make the whipped cream. If you haven’t made your own before, it’s so simple but truly next level. Combine heavy cream and sugar in a mixing bowl and whip together using a mixer. Then fold in the Icelandic Provisions Extra Creamy Skyr and set it aside.

ladyfinger in pan

The next step for your tiramisu is soaking your ladyfingers. If you want to keep the recipe gluten free, make sure to get gluten free ladyfingers or you can make your own with the Gluten Free Palate recipe. Combine your espresso, coffee liqueur, and sugar in a bowl. Quickly soak your lady fingers and place them in a single layer on the bottom of your baking dish.

first layer of tiramisu

After you have your first layer, add a layer of your skyr and whipped cream. Then simply repeat with another layer of lady fingers and skyr. Finally, top with cocoa powder and chocolate syrup and enjoy your tiramisu!

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final product of cold brew tiramisu

The Best Creamy Cold Brew Tiramisu (Gluten Free option)

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  • Author: Teri Turner
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6-8 servings
  • Category: Dessert
  • Diet: Gluten Free


This tiramisu is dangerously easy to make and absolutely delicious! It’s the perfect dessert for any party.


1 (16-ounce) heavy whipping cream

6 1/2 tablespoons pure cane sugar, divided

4 (4.4-ounce) Icelandic Provisions Cold Brew Coffee Extra Creamy Skyr

2 1/4 cups water

6 tablespoons coffee liqueur, we used Kahlua

2 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon instant espresso powder

2 (7-ounce) packages of Lady Fingers, we used the gluten-free Lady Finger recipe from Gluten Free Palate

Unsweetened cocoa powder, to garnish

Chocolate Syrup, to garnish

We use an 8×8 or 9×9-inch baking dish or casserole, but there is enough filling to use a larger size pan if you prefer!


In a large bowl, add the heavy whipping cream and 2 tablespoons of sugar. Using a hand mixer, whip the heaving cream on high until it is thickened up. Using a spatula, add the Icelandic Provisions Cold Brew Extra Creamy Skyr. Fold in until it is completely incorporated and set aside.


In a small shallow bowl, add the water, coffee liqueur, 4 1/2 tablespoons of sugar, and instant espresso powder. Stir and set aside.


Note: When using homemade Gluten-Free lady fingers, soak longer than regular lady fingers because they are naturally more dense. When using store bought lady fingers, move quickly because they absorb quicker and tend to fall apart.


Working quickly, one at a time, add the ladyfingers into the coffee and liquor mixture, until it has absorbed the liquid. Place half of the soaked lady fingers in a single layer in the baking dish. Pour half of the Icelandic Provision and whipping cream mixture on a single layer on top of the ladyfingers. Repeat this procedure by soaking the lady fingers and placing them in a single layer. Add the remaining skyr and whipping cream mixture on top. Use a spatula to help you spread it evenly. Cover and place in the fridge for about 4 hours or overnight.


Before serving, using a sifter, sprinkle a couple of tablespoons of cocoa powder on top of the tiramisu. Drizzle chocolate syrup on top or serve on the side. Enjoy!