Vegan matcha-tiramisu

Only sweetened with maple syrup
Peanut free
Wheat free
Do you also fall head over heels for green food? This green dessert is a delicious vegan variation on tiramisu. No mascarpone, sugar and eggs, but nuts, maple syrup and coconut milk. A recipe for any time of the year. Let's face it: if you can eat tiramisu and do something good for the planet at the same time, then you're done already, aren't you? Vegan tiramisu for the win1 Created by vegan food blogger Kesja, from Soy and Seitan.
DessertCake and pastries3-4 servings30 minutes preparation2 hours waiting

This is what you need

For the cake:Almond flour40 g
Spelt flour80 g
Baking powder1 tsp
Vanilla powder1/2 tsp
Maple syrup grade C30 ml
Almond drink50 ml
Coconut oil (deodorised)25 g
Coconut liqueuroptional


Food processor


Kesja - Soy and Seitan
Kesja is Belgian and owns a vegan food blog. Her passion for good food is great. Loves to share healthy recipes (also for dogs!) and tips for a green and sustainable life.

This is how you make it

  1. Let the cashew nuts and pistachios soak overnight in a bowl with cold water.*
  2. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C.*
  3. Mix the almond flour, spelt flour, baking powder and vanilla powder together in a bowl.*
  4. Melt the coconut oil in a refractory bowl in the oven. Add this, together with the maple syrup and plant milk, to the flour. Mix well.*
  5. Spread the dough over a piece of baking paper, in a 10-15 cm square. Bake for about 20 minutes.*
  6. Then start the matcha mascarpone: put the cashew nuts and pistachios in the food processor and grind them all fine. Add the coconut milk, maple syrup and matcha and mix to a smooth mixture.*
  7. Cut the cooled cake into pieces. Drizzle with a little coconut liqueur if you wish.*
  8. Put a small layer of matcha mascarpone in dessert glasses and top with a layer of cake. Repeat this alternately until the glasses are filled.*
  9. Optional: sprinkle with some extra pistachio nuts.*
  10. Put in the refrigerator for several hours before serving.*


  • Do you eat gluten free? Replace spelt flour for oat flour !