White Chocolate Panna​ Cotta​

I love Panna Cottas because they are so simple yet so very delicious!
I make a version with 5 ingredients and it takes 15 minutes to prepare, serves 8, and tastes great 🙂
Originally this recipe is from a friend of mine who is born and raised in a small town outside of Milan, but hers was with vanilla which to me was a little overpowering so I changed a little bit. If you’d rather make the original one switch out the white chocolate with vanilla beans.

In the mood for something else delicious as well? Check out my brownie recipe here.

Ingredients:

  • 500 ml (17 ounces) of heavy cream
  • 100 ml (3 ounces) of milk
  • 40 g (1.5 ounces) of granulated sugar
  • 170 g (6 ounces) of white chocolate
  • 3 sheets of gelatin

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Directions: 

  • Put the milk, the cream, and the sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil
  • Break the chocolate into smaller pieces
  • Put the gelatin in cold water and leave for 5 minutes
  • Put the chocolate in the cream mix, stir until all the chocolate is melted
  • Drain the water from the gelatin and put it in the mix, stir until it’s all melted
  • Pour into 8 (And yes there are only 6 in the picture, but I only have 6 that match 😉 ) little bowls and put them in the fridge
    • They should preferably be left overnight, but if you’re in a hurry, then you can make do with 4-5 hours

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So there you have it, my easy recipe for Panna Cotta, I hope you enjoy it!
I’d love to hear what you think or if you have different recipes that I should try out.
Lots of love, Anne

 

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