Recipe by Military Cook
"A creamy vanilla gelatin-based dessert that is easy, quick, and very tasty. Make the berry sauce an hour before serving."
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For the panna cottas:
confectioners' sugar, sifted
(1 1/2-inch-long) vanilla bean, split lengthwise
For the berry sauce:
1 (10 ounce) bag
frozen mixed berries, thawed
I'll admit that I changed things here cuz I needed something with less far fat. I really appreciated the starting point, though and hope to make it as the recipe states at another point. That said, it was a big hit. I actually just used 2% milk instead of cream. I also didn't wait 8 hours--only about 3. The consistency was like Jello. It was a nice light flavor. Also didn't have brandy so just used the berries and sugar. My fussy, fussy eaters were full of compliments and the dieters were delighted to know they weren't doing too much damage to the diet. Thanks. I'm looking forward to trying it again both your way and mine!
great reciepe for bulk. I did a 200 person party and used it. Just make sure to freeze it in rubber molds if you are not serving it in a dish.
great recipe, most recipes for panna cotta use sheet gelatine and it is not so easy to find as powdered. I'm not a fan of frozen berries and fresh are not available so I served it with rhubarb and strawberry compote. ( strawberries available all year in Australia)
The recipe for the panna cotta itself is great. All cream!
Wonderful recipe! Perfect consistency and not too sweet. I used half and half cream, plus a bit of vanilla and rum extract instead of infusing w vanilla bean. Also omitted the sauce. Delicious, light and creamy..
I was pleasantly surprised by how easy this was to make. It certainly tastes delicious. I am making it again tonight for guests. I infused the cream with lavender while it cooked and sliced fresh berries very finely instead of squishing them. A lovely spring dessert.
Super easy. Very good. Next time I will probably reduce the fat by using half and half. I added vanilla extract because I didn't have vanilla beans. Great!
Perfect. Simple and satisfying, it's a dessert that looks more sophisticated than it really is.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Panna Cotta with Berry Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 398
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