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    Panna Cotta with Berries

    Panna Cotta finished

    Let’s make dessert.

    Sure. What do you want for dessert?

    Panna Cotta. Please. I love Panna Cotta!

    You love Panna Cotta? Well, if you love it, I’ll make it for you.

    PANNA COTTA? SERIOUSLY!? I can’t make Panna Cotta! Off to the bookshelf I go to find a recipe that isn’t going to make my head explode by just looking at the recipe! And to the rescue came Giada de Laurentiis and an easy to make Panna Cotta from Everyday Italian.

    It was silky and smooth and really yummy. Easy to put together and not a lot of fussy ingredients.

    When a Panna Cotta lover tells you it was the best Panna Cotta they’d ever had, you know you’ve done well!

    • 1 C whole milk
    • 1 T unflavored powdered gelatin
    • 3 C whipping cream
    • 1/3 C honey
    • 1 T sugar
    • Pinch salt
    • 2 C assorted fresh berries

    Place the milk in a small bowl. Sprinkle the gelatin over. Let stand for 3 to 5 minutes to soften the gelatin.

    Pour milk mixture into a heavy saucepan and stir over medium heat just until the gelatin dissolves but the milk does not boil, about 5 minutes.


    Add the cream, honey, sugar, and salt. Stir until the sugar dissolves, 5 to 7 minutes. Remove from the heat.

    Pour into 6 wine glasses so that they are 1/2 full. Cool slightly. Refrigerate until set, at least 6 hours.

    Spoon the berries atop the panna cotta and serve.



    5 Responses

    1. Yep. I prepared one of her panna cotta recipes almost a year ago and it sure was tasty. Surprisingly easy dish to prepare too.

    2. Very delicious looking dessert.

    3. What’s not to love? This looks wonderful.

    4. Looks simply wonderful!

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