Get the flavrs app for thousands more FREE recipes and cooking videos
Get the flavrs app for thousands of FREE videos and full recipes
App StoreRecipes QR code

Hot Chocolate Tiramisu Recipe (with Video)

Eggs, Advanced, Fish-free

Discover our Hot Chocolate Tiramisu Recipe, a International recipe perfect as a main course recipe. Download the Flavrs app for 1000+ free food videos and recipes!

Serving size

Prep 1h | Cook 10min


Chocolate Genoise Sponge Cake
- 6 Large eggs, room temperature
- 0.75 c Granulated sugar, 165g
- 0.75 c All purpose flour, 98g
- 0.333 c Cocoa powder, 33g
- 0.5 tsp Salt
- 1.5 tsp Baking powder
- icing sugar
Chocolate Ganache
- 1 c Heavy cream, 240g
- 240 g dark or semi sweet chocolate
Whipped Cream
- 3 c heavy whipping cream
- 0.25 c Granulated sugar, 50g
- 1 12oz jar maraschino cherries, go for bright red ones!
Flavrs app
Get the flavrs app for the full experience
Discover, organize your favorite recipes all in one place
Get app to bookmark recipe


Chocolate Genoise Sponge Cake Instructions
1. Pre-heat oven to 350F (conventional) and line 2 9x13" baking trays with parchment paper.
2. Whisk the eggs and sugar for 8 minutes on medium high speed, until the mixture becomes really light in color, foamy in consistency, and more than triples in volume. Do not skip or speed up this step.
3. Sift in the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt, and use a rubber spatula to very very gently fold the dry ingredients into the wet. You do not want to knock out the air from the batter, so go slowly, and ensure you lift up from the bottom of the bowl, where heavy batter can sometimes sink. Stop mixing as soon as the ingredients are combined.
4. Gently divide the batter equally between the two baking trays and spread it out.
5. Bake for ~10 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the cake comes out with light crumbs attached.
First Roll Instructions
1. As the cakes are baking, prepare 2 tea towels (slightly larger than the cakes) by dusting them generously with icing sugar.
2. As soon as the cakes are done, carefully flip them over onto the tea towels.
3. Remove the parchment paper, and dust with more icing sugar on top. This will prevent sticking.
4. Working one cake at a time, carefully and tightly roll up the cake with the short side (9") facing you (meaning you are rolling along the length). Roll the tea towel along with the cake, so it is easy to unroll later. Repeat with the second cake.
5. Transfer the rolled cakes in the tea towels to the fridge and let them cool down fully (1-2 hours).
Fillings Instructions
1. In the meanwhile, prepare the fillings.
2. Ganache: Bring the cream to a boil, then pour over the chocolate in a bowl. Cover for 5 minutes, then mix until a smooth shiny ganache is formed. Let the ganache cool down to room temperature so it thickens and becomes a spreadable consistency.
3. Whipped cream: Whisk the heavy cream and sugar until the cream reaches stiff peaks. Do not over mix. Keep refrigerated.
4. Cherries: Drain the jar of cherries, reserving the liquid as the "syrup". Roughly chop up the cherries, saving some intact for decoration.
Assembly Instructions
1. Once the cakes are chilled, remove from the fridge and gently unroll them. Keep them on the tea towels.
2. Divide each cake into 2, so you have four strips (4.5" x 13").
3. Use a pastry brush to generously brush the cherry syrup on each cake strip (avoid oversoaking, go over one area one time).
4. Add a thin layer of ganache and spread it out (this should use up about half of the ganache).
5. Add a generous layer of whipped cream and spread it out, then sprinkle over the chopped cherries.
6. Carefully separate the strips so they aren't touching each other.
7. Starting with one strip, roll it back up in the same direction as before, along the length. Try to roll as tightly as you can without squeezing out the filling. Of course, don't roll the tea towel this time!
8. When the first strip is rolled up, gently pick it up and align it with the next strip so the ends meet, and continue rolling so the second strip is rolled on top of the first one.
9. Continue until all 4 strips are rolled into one giant Swiss roll, trying to do this tightly and gently.
10. Carefully lift and place the cake vertically on a cake stand, and chill for 30 minutes.
Decoration Instructions
1. Once the cake is chilled, trim the top so you get a neat swirl look.
2. Frost the edges of the cake with the remaining ganache, keeping the top uncovered.
3. Transfer the remaining whipped cream to a piping bag and pipe dollops around the edge of the cake to decorate it.
4. Finally, add the saved cherries on top of the whipped cream dollops.
5. Serve & enjoy.

See more recipes

Recipe Image
Recipe Image
Recipe Image
Recipe Image
Recipe Image
Flavrs Logo

Discover, organize, and grocery shop your favorite recipes

No Ads

See it in action

Down Chevron