26 Sep 2013

Yogurt panna cotta

Hi guys! I had my BFF Elin over for dinner the other day and for dessert I made us some yoghurt panna cotta with fresh berries :) It was a big hit so I thought I'd share the recipe with you guys. It is really easy to pull off, and the good thing is you can do it in advance, so if you're having people over for dinner it won't be as stressful for you :) If you want the printable recipe in Swedish, then click here :D  

4 big servings of panna cotta, put 4 sheets of gelatin in a bowl of water to soften for 5 minutes. In a small pot, heat up 1 dl of non dairy heavy cream, along with 3/4 of a teaspoon of organic vanilla powder and ½ dl of stevia. Bring to a simmer and stir. Add the softened gelatin sheets and stir until they dissolve fully.

Take the pot of the heat and stir in 3 dl of Russian yoghurt. You can also use Greek yoghurt if you'd like, but I used Russian. Sir the yogurt in with the cream mixture until you get a smooth texture. Scoop up the panna cotta into 4 serving size bowls and place them in the fridge for a minimum 2-3 hours. If you want to keep them in the fridge for longer, that's okay too, if you for instance want to make the dessert the night before.

Serve the yogurt panna cotta with some fresh berries, I used raspberries and blackberries, but choose whatever berries you'd like :)

This was the perfect dessert at the end of a long day. This yoghurt panna cotta is very balanced in taste, not to sweet and not too heavy. And the yoghurt and the stevia makes this a fairly healthy dessert too, wish of course is a plus :)

 I hope you have enjoyed this recipe and that you want to try it out yourself :) Talk to you guys later!

xo, Sanna

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Jenny Miller skriver:

That looks yummy :)

Answer: It really is! And sooo eazy ;)

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