Secret Ingredient: Mascarpone Cheese

Last Updated April 30, 2018
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mascarpone cheese

Smoother than Ricotta and a bit lighter than cream cheese, Mascarpone is an Italian cheese made with cream and citric acid. It's best known as one of the stars of Tiramisu, but we also love it in these galettes, stuffed mushrooms, french toast, pies, and cakes.

Mascarpone French Toast with Warm Blackberry Syrup

Mascarpone French Toast with Warm Blackberry Syrup
For guests of Sealegs Kayaking Adventures of Vancouver Island, B.C., the morning often starts with this decadent twist on French toast. 35 minutes in camp

Blueberry Pie with Maple Mascarpone

A delightfully rich way to enjoy a favorite summer fruit.

Strawberry Mascarpone Cake: A Cake Fit for a Queen

Surprise mom this mother’s day with this regal, yet easy and light cake. This is a chiffon cake that is built on eggs instead of butter.

Door County Coffee Tiramisu Trifle

coffee tiramisu trifle
This tiramisu trifle is delicious with any kind of coffee used, but to get the full effect try the Door County Elite Espresso coffee.

Lemon-Mascarpone Cake

Lemon-Mascarpone Cake
This attractive cake smells like citrus and looks like heaven, dusted with delicate confectioner’s sugar. Dress it up as you please with any combination of your favorite fresh berries, fruit sauce,...

Rosso's Wild Mushroom Salad with Burrata and Mascarpone Polenta

Two types of mushroom illustration
Put together a warm salad that packs in three types of mushrooms.
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