Blue Matcha Tiramisu

  • 50 grams (1.8 ounces) powdered sugar
  • 0.7 teaspoons (approximately 0.07 ounces) blue matcha
  • 150 grams (5.3 ounces) cream cheese
  • 100 milliliters (3.4 fluid ounces) whipping cream
  • 50 milliliters (1.7 fluid ounces) warm water
  • 8 pieces savoiardi (ladyfinger biscuits)


  • Mixing bowls

    Use multiple sizes to keep ingredients organized. A large one for whipping cream and a smaller one for mixing the mascarpone and powdered sugar.

  • Whisk or electric mixer

    For best results, use an electric mixer to whip the cream to medium peaks quickly. A whisk can be used if you prefer a hands-on approach, but it takes more effort.

  • Serving cups

    Choose transparent cups or glassware to show off the beautiful layers of blue matcha tiramisu.

  • Shallow dish

    Ideal for dipping the savoiardi biscuits into the warm water.


Step 1

Step 1: In a large bowl, whip the cream cheese, powdered sugar, and blue matcha until smooth and uniform.Make sure to use room temperature cream cheese for easier mixing.

Step 2

Step 2: Gradually pour in the whipping cream and continue to whip the mixture until medium peaks are formed.To check for medium peaks, lift the whisk; the cream should stand up with a slight curve at the tip.

Step 3

Step 3: Place 1-2 teaspoons of the prepared cream mixture at the bottom of your serving cups.

Step 4

Step 4: Quickly dip 4 savoiardi biscuits into the warm water for 1-2 seconds. Break each biscuit in half and place 4 halves into each cup.Ensure not to soak the biscuits for too long to prevent them from becoming too soggy.

Step 5

Step 5: Repeat the layers of cream and dipped savoiardi, finishing with a layer of cream on top.

Step 6

Step 6: Decorate the top layer to your taste, using fruits, cocoa powder, or extra blue matcha.For a beautiful presentation, consider adding a sprinkle of blue matcha powder or some fresh berries.


Picture yourself enjoying this Blue Matcha Tiramisu at a cozy afternoon tea or impressing guests at a dinner party. The vibrant blue color, contrasted with creamy white layers, makes it **perfect for special occasions**. Here are some serving suggestions to make it even more amazing: - **Sprinkle with edible flowers** like violets or pansies for a natural touch and extra color pop. 🌸 - Add a dusting of **powdered sugar or cocoa powder** on top for a subtle sweetness. - Serve with a **side of fresh berries**—blueberries or raspberries work exceptionally well. - Pair with a hot cup of matcha tea or your favorite brew for a harmonious flavor experience. Feel free to experiment with different toppings and pairings to make your Blue Matcha Tiramisu unique and unforgettable. 🍽️


If you're looking to adapt this Blue Matcha Tiramisu recipe to fit dietary needs, you're in luck! Here are some **gluten-free and vegan variations** to suit everyone's preferences: - **Gluten-Free Option** 🌾: - Substitute the savoiardi biscuits with gluten-free ladyfingers or any gluten-free sponge cake cut into strips. - **Vegan Option** 🌱: - Swap the cream cheese with a vegan cream cheese alternative. - Use coconut cream in place of whipping cream. Chill the coconut cream can and use the thick part for whipping. - Make sure your blue matcha powder is vegan-certified. - Choose vegan-friendly savoiardi biscuits or make your own. These adjustments will ensure that your tiramisu is enjoyed by everyone, regardless of dietary restrictions. 🎉


  • How do I know when the whipped cream is at medium peaks?

    Medium peaks form when the whipped cream holds its shape but slightly bends at the tip when you lift the whisk or mixer attachments.

  • Can I use regular matcha instead of blue matcha?

    Yes, you can use regular matcha, but the flavor and appearance will be different. Regular matcha has a green hue and a different flavor profile compared to blue matcha.

  • How far in advance can I make this dessert?

    You can prepare this tiramisu up to 24 hours in advance. Just keep it refrigerated until ready to serve.

  • How do I store leftovers?

    Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Consume within 2-3 days for the best taste and texture.

  • Can I freeze the tiramisu?

    While you can freeze tiramisu, it might affect the texture of the cream and biscuits. If you do freeze it, make sure to thaw it slowly in the refrigerator.

  • What's the best way to decorate the tiramisu?

    You can get creative! Use edible flowers, fresh berries, powdered sugar, or even a drizzle of chocolate to make it look stunning.

Nutrition facts

Blue matcha tiramisu
Recipe Yield:4 servings
Calories:Approx 300 calories per serving
Calories (Min - Max):280 - 320
Total Fat:22g
Saturated Fat:14g
Total Carbohydrate:20g
Total Sugars:10g