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Maple Waffle Tiramisu: Quebec Fusion

A Sweet Fusion of Italian Tradition and Canadian Flavors

Few desserts captivate the senses like classic Italian tiramisu. It's a creamy, coffee-infused work of art that has charmed palates for generations. However, even the classics can be revisited. Our latest trip to Italy inspired us to bring a taste of this iconic dessert home, but with a unique Quebecois twist.

Each bite of this Quebec tiramisu evokes a journey between the sunny coasts of Italy and the picturesque maple forests of Quebec. At the heart of this revisited tiramisu are two key ingredients that evoke the essence of Quebec: François Lambert's maple waffles and delectable maple syrup. The comforting sweetness of maple beautifully complements the robust flavors of traditional tiramisu, creating a harmonious blend that dances on the palate. For those of us who like to simplify without compromising taste, this recipe has also been simplified to make the process as joyful as the result.

It is this harmony, this fusion, that makes this dessert so special. By combining the creamy textures of traditional tiramisu with the crunch of maple waffles, we achieve the perfect balance. Serving this tiramisu during a dinner with friends is sharing an experience, a gourmet travel story where boundaries blur and flavors come together. It is a celebration of culinary innovation, where centuries-old traditions meet new inspirations. Let yourself be carried away by this symphony of flavors and discover how Quebec and Italy, although separated by thousands of kilometers, can coexist magnificently in a simple dessert.


🔍 Information Details
⏱️ Preparation time 10 minutes
🍳 Cooking time No cooking
⏲️ Total time 1 hour 10 minutes (including refrigeration time)
🔧 Difficulty level Easy
🍽️ Servings 4 people
🔥 Calories (approximate) 350 per serving


  • 2 François Lambert maple waffles
  • 150g of 5% Greek yogurt
  • 150g cream cheese
  • 100ml of Start-up coffee brewed then cooled or François Lambert cold brewed coffee
  • 50ml maple syrup (plus a little for serving)
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • Cocoa powder for sprinkling


  1. Blend :

  2. Preparation of waffles:

  3. Assembly :

  4. Finishes:

This is an express dessert, inspired by Italy but with a nice Quebec touch. Enjoy this delicious fusion of flavors!

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What makes this tiramisu different?

It fuses classic Italian elements with Quebecois flavors, including maple syrup and waffles.

What is the inspiration behind this recipe?

Our last trip to Italy and the desire to integrate typically Quebecois elements into a traditional dessert.

Is it difficult to prepare?

No, the recipe has been simplified to make the process accessible and joyful.

Should it be served immediately?

It can be served immediately or refrigerated for a firmer consistency.

How many servings does this recipe make?

It is designed for 4 verrines or small serving bowls.

What coffee is recommended for this recipe?

Start-up brewed coffee or François Lambert cold brew coffee are suggested.

Can we adjust the quantity of maple syrup?

Yes, adjust according to your preferences and don't forget to add a little when tasting!

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