I love panna cotta. My husband loves chocolate--someday I will make this.
wow this looks delicious! I just made this the other day... but no chocolate! Next time I am adding the chocolate!
You can use gelatine leaves instead of powder.It gives more consistence.
I love pannacotta and this looks so so yummy creamy delcious.
I have never made panna cotta, but you make it sound easy and wonderful. I must do this soon.
This looks delicious and is so pretty I would love to serve it to guests!
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I was thinking of making panna cotta, since I just made a raspberry coulis sauce. I like your technique of blooming the gelatin in the milk, rather than separately. So much easier. Thanks for the tips and inspiration!
Mmm, this looks wonderful. I like how it's a light chocolate and not real dark. I may have to give this a try :)
Those look just perfect.
Pann cotta is perfect. How many desserts look so sexy yet are so effortless?
i'm a panna cotta fan from way back. but i like mine better with a lower cream/higher milk factor. the lighter, milkier gelatin thing totally works for me. i actually prefer it. plus then i feel superior in my lower fat intake. but only because i am demented in that regard.you always make these things look gorgeous...
Stunning photo's, What a beautiful and elegant dessert!
That chocolate panna cotta look so good!
I like this recipe. these chocolate panna cotta are sure to taste great and are extremely nutritious as well. I am going to make it for the holidays when my kids will be at home. I'll be sure that what they are eating is healthy. thank you for shearing your post.