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Panna Cotta

I used Giada's recipe for panna cotta. This recipe makes 6 servings. (I made it 8 times...lol)


1 envelope unflavored gelatin
1 c. whole milk

Sprinkle gelatin over milk in a saucepan, and let sit for 5 min. Turn on heat to med high, and stir until ALMOST boiling. Turn down heat and add:

3 c. heavy cream
1 T. sugar
1/3 c. honey
a pinch of salt

Stir over med heat for about 2 min. until sugar and honey are melted. Cool in fridge for 10 min. until cool enough to pour into serving glasses. Chill overnight.

I served it with 3 toppings: Caramel, Fudge, and a berry sauce. The caramel and fudge were Mrs. Richardson's (from a jar).

The berry sauce is very simple:
Defrost 2 10 oz. containers of raspberries and or strawberries in syrup. (I used one of each). Drain syrup into a small pan with 2 T. cornstarch and a T. of lemon juice. Bring to a boil. It will be thick. Stir in berries and keep covered in fridge.

Comments (2)

Carole :

Palma, thanks for posting. I can definitely handle the panna cotta. I can't believe the butterscotch and fudge came from a jar. Did you get them at Bristol Farms?

I checked the Internet and there are two types of butterscotch and two chocolates. Which ones did you serve?

Sorry for all the questions but lately my sweet tooth has been running rampant and doesn't seem like it's ready for a break anytime soon.



I love pannacotta! It is definitely my favorite Italian dessert. Thanks for posting the recipe, it looks delicious! (All the food pictures are just amazing!)

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