A classic Italian dessert known the world over, it's surprising how easy panna cotta is to make. We have classic panna cotta recipes, infused with grappa, as well as unique twists on the original recipe.
Panna cotta infused with blackberry juice. Served with blackberry sauce and blackberries.
There seems no reason to me that panna cotta really must be a dessert. Here is my version of a savoury panna cotta. I served it with fondant potatoes, green beans and a swipe of mustard sauce but it also makes a special starter for a dinner party.
A delectable and stunning looking desert which is a great end to a Italian themed menu. Serve with a colorful fruit coulis and fresh fruit. Allow at least 5 hours for chilling.
The traditional recipe for this 'cooked cream', from the Piedmont region of Italy, is made with rich double cream. This lighter version of panna cotta, served with a pretty rhubarb and strawberry compote, is delightfully smooth and creamy yet much lower in fat. Prepare it the day before serving, if possible.
A dark chocolate version of the smooth Italian pannacotta pudding made with semi-skimmed milk for fewer calories.
Here is a light version of the classic vanilla dessert. It's delicious as is or with a fresh fruit puree.
This easy, creamy, coffee infused custard dessert is sure to impress. It blends the richness of dark brown soft sugar with rum, coffee, coconut milk and plain chocolate.
I first made this panna cotta when I accidentally bought a giant pack of gelatine. Since then it's been one of our favourite desserts. This lighter version tastes fabulous with fresh fruit or fruit compote. You can also make this panna cotta in individual dessert glasses or ramekins.
An amazingly creamy dessert despite being dairy free! This recipe is easy to make and delicious.
A deliciously vanilla cream dessert, with a mixed berry sauce. It's simple, very tasty and can be made a day before serving. Serve with a few fresh berries if available.