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You’ve finished dinner, now it’s time to enjoy something special with some coffee. Your guests will be wowed and delighted when you bring out one of Italy’s most famous desserts – yes, we’re talking about a delicious tiramisu cake. With a name that means “a pick-me-up”, there’s no doubt this delectable cake will do just that. Made with ladyfinger cookies soaked in espresso with a hint of liqueur, it’s a rich yet light-tasting treat that isn’t too sweet or too filling. Slice it up for you and your guests and enjoy a little taste of heaven in your mouth with every bite!

Tiramisu Details:

  • Serving Size: Eight servings per cake
  • Shelf Life: One year frozen; two days in the fridge
  • Country of Origin: USA, with imported ingredients from Italy and Belgium

Preparation Instructions: For best taste and texture, allow your cake to thaw completely at room temperature before serving.

View nutritional facts here.

Please see the Ingredients tab for ingredient information.

Food Allergens: Contains milk, eggs and wheat.

Please Note: Cannot ship to PO Boxes and cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands or Guam.

Comes packaged in an insulated Styrofoam cooler with dry ice and will arrive to customer two days after shipping. May arrive with little to no dry ice remaining, which is normal. Although there may be no dry ice remaining, the food should arrive cold to the touch which indicates it has maintained its freshness.

Do not touch dry ice without gloves. You may leave it in the cooler outside and it will evaporate harmlessly within 24 hours. Do not put in drinks. Do not eat. Do not touch to skin, mouth or eyes. Do not put into air-tight containers. Keep out of reach of children.

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About the Collection
Former teen idol and legendary actor, singer and dancer, Frankie Avalon is proud to bring his Italian Kitchen home to you for all to enjoy. Growing up watching his mother and grandmother make fantastic family meals, Frankie was inspired to create a delicious assortment of authentic Italian food using only the finest ingredients, many of which are imported straight from Italy. With Frankie Avalon, you'll savor such classics as stuffed chicken, pazottis (a variety of fillings encased in golden pizza dough), breaded spaghetti balls, tiramisu and cakes like limoncello, Italian berry and Sicilian sea salt.

FRANKIE AVALON FOODS
Grab yourself a little Italian

Frankie AvalonAbout the Guest
Actor, singer, dancer and former teen idol Frankie Avalon, born Francis Thomas Avallone, is a 20th century, American entertainment legend. With countless hit movies and singles, he began his career in food by authoring his first cook book Frankie Avalon's Italian Family Cookbook, from Mom's Kitchen to Mine to Yours. He has since made a name for himself in kitchens across America and beyond.

Ingredients: Mascarpone (pasteurized cream, citric acid), pasteurized cream, pasteurized eggs, cane sugar, ladyfingers (unbromated and unbleached wheat flour, sugar, pasteurized eggs, glucose syrup, baking powder (ammonium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate, sodium acid pyrophophate, natural flavorings), espresso coffee, liqueurs, alkalized cocoa powder.