Photo: Alex Farnum; Styling: Randy Mon
Total Time
30 Mins
Yield
Serves 8

If you think tiramisu has to be made hours ahead, try this fresh, summery version, which comes together in no time. For a non-alcoholic variation, use lemonade concentrate in place of the limoncello. And swap in madeleines for the ladyfingers if you like.

How to Make It

Step 1

Whip cream, sugar, mascarpone, and lemon zest with a mixer until soft peaks barely form.

Step 2

Lay half of the ladyfingers in a 2-qt. glass serving dish or an 8-in. square pan, separating them a bit if needed for fit. Brush ladyfingers with half of limoncello. Dollop and spread with half of cream mixture, then sprinkle with half of mixed berries. Repeat layers.

Ratings & Reviews

Khavasutra72's Review

juliemc53
July 22, 2014
Very pretty and very tasty. I doubled the recipe because of the recomendations in the review and I used a 2 qt rectangular pan. I would be more generous with the lemoncello but that’s just a personal preferance.

juliemc53's Review

KatCar
August 24, 2013
I made this today. Used a substitute recipe for Mascarpone cheese as this is hard to find in my area. The Lemon Barrymiosu is easy to make and presents beautifully in a glass dish. I did use a 7X7 which worked well.. I would recommend this dessert and will use the recipe again.

KatCar's Review

MandieTech
September 12, 2012
Agree with prior review, 8x8 dish is a bit too big, so something more on the lines of 7x7 would be better. This was wonderful, easy to make. Soft ladyfingers were a challenge to find. Had to go to an above average grocery store.

MandieTech's Review

Campingcook
September 03, 2012
Quick and easy! I happened to have limoncello on hand, so yummy!! Perfect light summery dessert! The dish was a little too big, so I would use a smaller dish next time, the creamy mixture wasn't easy to "spread" over the lady fingers, but I made it work!

Campingcook's Review

Khavasutra72
July 29, 2012
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