I have made this for thanksgiving for the past 2 years and it is always a hit! The recipe is fairly easy, and my kiddos love to help "paint" the ladyfingers. I make this a day ahead and cover and store in the fridge. I whip up the whipped topping shortly before serving. I think the taste is wonderful, but I like the idea of adding pumpkin pie spice as a previous reviewer suggested. I will try that next time.
Is there any baking involved? The top of the recipe says to loosely wrap baked and cooled tiramisu. But I'm not seeing anywhere that it calls to bake it.
This was fabulous! The only thing I did differently was add 1 teas pumpkin pie spice to the pumpkin & cream cheese filling. I think it would have been pretty blah without it. I tasted it after I mixed it up & it definitely needed something, and that was it!! One other thing I might recommend is to not be afraid of the coffee/brandy that you brush the ladyfingers with. I dabbed a bit on each, but next time I'm saturating the top of the ladyfinger. If you have a hard time finding ladyfingers, ask the bakery in your grocery store.
This was dessert for Christmas dinner and it will be the start of a new tradition!! It's that good!!!!