Recipe: Oblea Tiramisu

Recipe: Oblea Tiramisu

Oblea Tiramisu

Obleas are the most versatile snack to make either in a salty snack or a sweet snack! If you don’t know what an oblea is, let me enlighten you!

It’s simply a wafer! Similar to a Stroopwafel for all you Dutch snack lovers!

If you are familiar to the Mexican Oblea you know that it’s usually sold in packs in a ton of colors and is usually flavorless. Sometimes it is sold as a sandwich with either cajeta or chamoy for the filling.

However you enjoy these emblematic snacks you should definitely stay tuned for the recipes I will be posting to elevate your Oblea experience! You can purchase the Obleas directly from my site here but for now you’re on your own for the rest of the ingredients.

But you’re here for the recipe so let me hush up and get to it:

The Low Cal Recipe

Ingredients:
  • ♥1 packet of Cacao or Cappuccino Obleas
  • ♥ 1 cup of plain yoghurt (for vegan option use any other non-dairy plain yoghurt)
  • ♥ 1/2 cup of sugar (our fave is Azucar BC, but you can use any other sweetener)
  • ♥ 1 Nespresso pod (or any cold coffee will do)
  • ♥ 2 tablespoons of cognac (optional)
  • ♥ cocoa powder (for garnish)
Directions:
  • ♥ Make coffee and set aside
  • ♥ Mix yoghurt and sugar in mixer until sugar is incorporated
  • ♥ Add coffee and cognac to a dish and dip obleas
  • ♥ Work in layers, adding obleas then yoghurt mixture.
  • ♥ Top yoghurt mixture and cocoa powder

The Not So Healthy Recipe

Ingredients:
  • ♥1 packet of Cacao or Cappuccino Obleas
  • ♥ 1 cup of mascarpone
  • ♥ 1 cup of heavy whipping cream
  • ♥ 1/2 cup of sugar (our fave is Azucar BC)
  • ♥ 1 Nespresso pod (or any cold coffee will do)
  • ♥ 2 tablespoons of cognac (optional)
  • ♥ cocoa powder (for garnish)
Directions:
  • ♥ Make coffee and set aside
  • ♥ Whip cream in mixer until peaks form and place in refrigerator
  • ♥ Mix mascarpone and sugar in mixer until sugar is incorporated
  • ♥ Add coffee and cognac to a dish and dip obleas
  • ♥ Work in layers, adding obleas then mascarpone mixture.
  • ♥ Top with whipped cream and garnish with cocoa powder

The best part of both of these recipes is that they are low calorie and can be made sugar free! The wafers are made with amaranth flour so they are healthy in of themselves and only 1 calorie per wafer! Both recipes are filling and absolutely delicious as both a dessert or a breakfast!

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