Using a mixer to whip ricotta gives it a delicious, creamy texture to use as a dessert. I paired the whipped ricotta with Cafe Latte Shakeology for an amazing take on Tiramisu!
Confession # 74 – I have a new obsession.
Actually, two new obsessions.
The new Shakeology flavor, Cafe Latte, is out of this world delicious. No joke. Have I steered you wrong yet? I’m completely obsessed.
My other amazing find? Whipped Ricotta.
For real people. This is a game changer. Just add a couple tablespoons of almond milk and whip your ricotta using a hand mixer and the texture changes to a smooth, creamy, and delicious dairy treat. The possibilities are endless.
And when I combined my two new obsessions together, the result was an almost tiramisu-like dessert that I can eat without ever touching a yellow container.
Yup. You heard me.
Another no yellow treat! Carb (and wine) lovers rejoice.
To be fair, I did end up sprinkling some chocolate chips on mine, but that is totally optional. This Cafe Latte whipped ricotta is delicious topped with cinnamon and cocoa power alone. I promise!
Seriously – give this easy treat a try and let me know what you think! In the meantime, I will work on a fix-approved lady fingers recipe for us all…although that might only exist in my dreams.
Want to try Cafe Latte? Comment below and I’ll help you out.
21 Day Fix "Tiramisu" Whipped Ricotta
- 3/4 cup ricotta cheese
- 1-2 tablespoons Cafe Latte Shakeology
- 2 tablespoons unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- Cocoa powder
- Using a hand mixer, whip ricotta and almond milk until smooth and creamy.
- Mix in a sprinkle of stevia or more to taste.
- Then add in 1 T of Cafe Latte Shakeology and mix well using hand mixer. Taste, and add up to another T if desired (I thought less was more)
- Sprinkle with cocoa powder and cinnamon.
- This is also delicious with berries and mini chocolate chips!