Star Wars Food - Nabatella Twi'lekmisu (Nutella Tiramisu) Recipe and Food Label

Star Wars Food - Nabatella Twi'lekmisu aka Nutella Tiramisu Recipe and Label
Star Wars Theme Food - Nabatella Twi'lekmisu - Nutella Tiramisu Recipe

Chef Anna's 13th Birthday Party
Ah, the town of Nabat. How many fond memories it recalls for those of us who watched The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. Eventually "Little Numa" grew up and fought under Hera Syndulla's father, Chad Syndulla to help liberate Nabat and all of Ryloth from the Empire.

Of course who can forget hearing Numa say, "Nerra, nerra" to Clone Troopers Waxer and Boil? The nostalgia of Clone Troopers Season Premiere parties we hosted at our home! Oh fond memories!

Chef Anna making Nutella
Whipped Cream  for Nabatella
Twi'lekmisu aka Nutella Tiramisu
If you were to visit a restaurant in Ryloth, you might have Mynockchos (Nacho Supreme) for an appetizer and this perfectly scrumptious Nabatella Twi'lekmisu (Nutella Tiramisu) for dessert.

My daughter, Chef Anna, is a Tiramisu connoisseur. Every year on her birthday, she requests I make it for her. Some years it's Amaretti Tiramisu, other years it's Boston Creme Tiramisu or Nutella Tiramisu.

This year was different. She asked me to "teach" her how to make it as part of her rite of passage. And that means I get to hear her lovely voice singing away as she cooks/bakes and I will be enjoying delicious food! (Did I mention she even cleans up her messes?)

Chef Anna eating her
Birthday Sundae
at midnight!
You see, when my children become teenagers, we make a big deal of's their rite of passage...they are transitioning from a child into an adult. So at midnight, we go out and eat ice cream and go shopping. Then we come home, sleep, and have a birthday party when we awaken. It's kind of like our Italian-American version of a Jewish Bat Mitzvah (female equivalent of a Bar Mitzvah) or the Mexican Quinceanera.

Nabatella Twi'lekmisu Food Label
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For my daughter's Star Wars Birthday party, she requested "Organa Lasagna" "Sarlacc Toast" and "Nabatella Twi'lekmisu." My household is such a mess...Chef Anna had Marvel Spiderman themed decor, but "Star Wars Themed Food." LOLOLOL!

Happy 13th Birthday my sweet and beautiful girl. May the Force continue to be with you! With your drive and determination, you can accomplish anything you desire!


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Nabatella Twi'lekmisu (Nutella Tiramisu) Recipe
Chef Anna requests homemade Tiramisu for her birthday most years. She enjoys Amaretti, Boston Creme, and Nutella Tiramisu. This year for her 13th Birthday, she helped make a Star Wars version called Nabatella Twi'lekmisu - Nutella Tiramisu. It's so flavorful and delicious, it makes most other Tiramisu pale in comparison.
  • 2 boxes (Trader Joes) Soft Lady Fingers Cookies
  • 2 cups of Don Francisco Hazelnut Cream Coffee
  • 2-4 Tablespoons Frangelico Liqueur
  • 1 lb. Mascarpone Cheese
  • 6 Egg Yolks (save egg whites for Cloud City Cookies/Meringue Cookies)
  • 1 cup Whole Milk
  • 1 1/4 cup Sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract
  • 1 1/2 cups Nutella
  • 3 cups Heavy Cream
  • Enough for decor, if desired (optional) Whipped Cream or Chocolate Shavings
Honestly, this tastes best if you make it the day before. With that in mind, my Nutella Whipped Cream, you need to make up at least 4 hours before assembly of the tiramisu. 1. Warm heavy cream in bowl or pan. Stir in Nutella until it melts into the cream and both are well blended together. Cover and refrigerate for a minimum of 4-6 hours, as you need this very cold before you whip it. Once it's very cold, whip it until stiff peaks form, but be careful not to over-whip it. It will be somewhat the texture of a mousse. 2. Make 2 cups of Hazelnut Cream coffee and allow to cool to room temp. Add 2-4 Tablespoons of Frangelico Liqueur (depending on your taste). Set aside. 3. Whisk egg yolks together with milk until well blended. Then add in sugar. Cook in a heavy pan and stir with a wooden spoon until thickened...this usually requires you bringing it to a gentle boil for about 1 minute (stirring the entire time). Remove from heat. Add vanilla extract. Pour into a bowl and add 1 lb of mascarpone cheese and whisk until completely blended. Cover with plastic wrap touching the top of the custard, so no skin forms. Refrigerate. 4. To assemble the Twi'lekmisu (Tiramisu) get all your products out of the refrigerator and place on counter. Using a 13x9 pan, quickly dip each Lady Finger into the coffee/liqueur combo and place a layer in the bottom of the pan. Then spread a layer of half the mascarpone custard. Follow this with a layer of half the Nutella Whipped Cream. Repeat all the steps. Refrigerate the twi'lekmisu overnight. Serve the next day/evening with Whipped Cream or shave chocolate on top for decor if you desire. Honestly, it's perfect without any decor! Buon Appetito!
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 13x9 or 12 servings