Low Fat Tiramisu Sugar Free | Highest Protein Dessert Recipe

Here we are with a tiramisu sugar free recipe with 20g of protein. This innocent dessert, which can not even be counted as a cheat, can also challenge all the tiramisu you have eaten for a long time.

Low Fat Tiramisu Sugar Free Recipe

Do you have 20 minutes for an innocent but delicious dessert? If there is, immediately go down to the ingredients list category. Gather a few simple ingredients and make your way to the kitchen.

This dessert, which is quite light and does not tire your stomach, is also ready to fight your sweet craving.

No baking, no flour, no long hours of wasting time in the kitchen or a lot of dishes. This dessert offers you only low-calorie and high-protein pleasure.

 So, you are invited to our step-by-step guide for the easiest version of making desserts like a famous chef.

How Many Calories Per Serving in Sugar-Free Tiramisu?

This recipe for two servings contains ONLY 240 calories per serving. So when we put aside the vitamins and minerals values and focus only on calories, the dessert gives you almost as many calories as you ate 2 apples.

However, since its ingredients include oats, yogurt, cocoa powder, and almond milk, it is useful not to underestimate this tiramisu’s vitamin value.

Tiramisu Sugar Free (2 Servings)

Tiramisu sugar free

Tiramisu sugar free recipe

Per Serving

Calories: 240

Net Carb: 30g

Total Fat: 3g

Protein: 20g


Vanilla whey protein powder (1 scoop)

Maple syrup or Vanilla extract (1 tbsp, if you use vanilla and 1 tbsp if you use maple syrup)

Vanilla yogurt (10 tbsp, non-fat Greek)

Almond milk (4 fl oz)

Oats (1/2 cup + 3 tbsp)

Cocoa powder (approximately 1 tbsp for topping)

Baking powder (1/2 tsp)

Baking soda (Little less than 1/2 tsp)

Instant coffee (1 tsp)

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Recipe – 10min prep – 10min cooking time

First, mix 1 tsp of instant coffee with 0.6 fl oz of almond milk.

Add oats, protein powder, baking powder, maple syrup, half of the coffee mix, and the remaining milk into a blender.

Then mix well.

Now you have a pancake mix.

Heat a pan, and grease it a little.

Tip: You can use spray oil to grease the pan.

Take 1/4 cup of pancake mix and put it in the preheated pan.

Cook both sides for 2mins each side.

Set it aside.

Continue cooking until the pancake mix is finished.

Recommendation: Set a measurement for pancakes and use the same amount of pancake mix until the mixture is finished. So the rounds will be the same size. 1/4 cup is ideal for this.

Keep the cooked pancakes aside.

Take a pancake to a plate.

Spread 1 tsp of coffee milk on it.

Then spread 1 tbsp vanilla yogurt on top.

Cover it with another pancake.

Spread 1 tsp of coffee milk on it.

Then spread 1 tbsp vanilla yogurt.

Cover it with a third pancake.

Repeat the process until the mixes and pancakes are gone.

Finally, coat it with cocoa powder.

Storage Conditions of the Sugar Free Tiramisu

After making your sugar-free and high-protein tiramisu, keep it in the refrigerator for a while.

Then, if you have dessert left, you can store it in your refrigerator for 2 days, provided it is in a closed storage container.

Just in case, take care to consume it on the same day to benefit from its freshness.

Tiramisu Tip for the Crowd

When you are finished with the dessert, you will have a medium-sized, round tiramisu for 2 people as the final product.

But if you are going to make this dessert for a crowd, increase the ingredients at the same rate and cook larger and more pancakes.

Thus, while the pancakes are larger, they have more layers and you can cut them like pizza slices and serve them as you wish.

Bon Appétit!

See Also

Sugar Free Hot Chocolate Recipe

Sugar Free Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Sugar Free Frozen Yogurt Berries Bark

Breakfast Protein Shake Recipe