No Italian dessert is so silky smooth and oh so creamy. Panna cotta is a real everyone’s friend. When you have mastered the basic recipe, you can vary it with different flavors. How about raspberries, chocolate sauce or orange peel? We share the best panna cotta recipes!
Panna cotta recipes
The classic dessert panna cotta originates from Piedmont in northern Italy. That is a region known for the avid use of cream. And you can taste that! This creamy dessert doesn’t need much. When you get started with one of our panna cotta recipes, you will soon notice that small additions lead to great results. With just some fresh fruit as topping do you have in no time an impressive dessert on the table. How about, for example, panna cotta with balsamic vinegar or fresh figs?
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Basic panna cotta recipe
With the basic recipe you can vary to your heart’s content. What is fixed in the recipe is the ratio between the liquid, the sugar and the gelatin. You can vary with the liquid – you can use only milk or only cream or replace part of it with Greek yogurt, crème fraîche or coffee liqueur.
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Panna cotta with raspberry coulis
Enjoy the sweet life of Italy. Do you want to make the tastiest dolci? For example, make this panna cotta with fresh raspberry coulis.
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Panna cotta with cherry sauce
The bright red cherry sauce contrasts insanely with the white color of the panna cotta. With a dessert like that you make an impression, don’t you think?
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Lemon panna cotta with toasted almonds
This recipe is perhaps the freshest variant in our list of panna cotta recipes. So quickly scrub that lemon and you have a delicious dessert on the table tonight. What do you think of this delicious recipe?
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Coffee panna cotta with gingerbread crumbs
We give the Italian flavors of panna cotta and coffee a Dutch twist. Because the spicy gingerbread crumbs in this recipe give the soft panna cotta a delicious crunch.
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Coconut yogurt panna cotta
Want to make a plant-based version of your favorite dessert? You simply make one vegan version by using plant-based dairy. This recipe shows you the best way to do that. Make sure that you also replace the butter with a plant-based version.
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Panna cotta with figs and almonds
You eat fresh figs with their skins on. By cutting them into slices, you show off the amazing color combination. Figs are green on the outside and beautiful pink on the inside. What a feast for the eyes! Do not you think so?
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Panna cotta with balsamic vinegar
Finally: panna cotta with balsamic vinegar. Preferably use good quality balsamic vinegar. This one is sweeter and more viscous than an average balsamic and definitely worth the investment. You buy these at a delicatessen.
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