Tupperware Tiramisu

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Preparation Time 5 minutes Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 6 Cost Per Serving $0.51
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6Shredded Wheat Biscuits (any biscuit will work)
2 cupsGreek Yogurt
1 cupStrong Brewed Coffee
1 cupFrozen Sour Cherries,roughly chopped
1/2 cupLight Cream or Milk
2 tspPure Vanilla Extract or 1 Vanilla Pod
1/4 cupBrown Sugar
1/2 cupShaved Dark Chocolate


  1. Dunk your shredded wheat biscuits in your coffee and place them in the bottom of a medium-sized Tupperware container.  Make sure the bottom of the container is completely covered.
  2. Combine your yogurt with the milk or cream, vanilla and brown sugar, and mix well. Spread half of the mixture evenly over the wheat biscuits.
  3. Add a layer of cherries and about ½ of the dark chocolate.
  4. Finish with another layer of the yogurt mixture and top with more dark chocolate.
  5. Refrigerate or keep in your cooler until ready to serve.


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