Who doesn’t fancy tiramisu? Coffee haters? But there are so many alternatives out there! Conclusion: Everybody likes tiramisu. This matcha tiramisu recipe goes out to all the low-carb fellows, who would like to enjoy some of the “lift me up” treatment, and who don’t necessarily always look for the most conventional treats.
I’ve loved the taste of matcha green tea forever. Besides, it’s really healthy.
On the other hand, when it comes to matcha latte and such, I can’t really go out to many places and get a low carb, sugar-free version. Well, I can’t actually claim this is still the fact nowadays, but when I was visiting the States or Canada (quite a few years ago), I couldn’t find a sugar-free version. I wasn’t living low carb at the time, so I didn’t even think of finding one with cream (or something) instead of milk. If this has changed, do let me know. I’d love to fly overseas again sometime soon and indulge in a ketogenic matcha “latte”.
Enough for now. Here’s the recipe for low-carb matcha tiramisu: A combination of my love for tiramisu, matcha green tea, and carbophobia. The latter is, of course, a joke, especially if you consider that these green delicate sweets are not innocently low in carbs. I guess I could eventually think of a lower carb version, especially if my readers show interest.
Now, to the green stuff, full of fats and antioxidants!