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No sugar Panna Cotta

Panna cotta is a simple Italian treat to make and can be seasoned in numerous ways. Panna cotta in Italian signifies "cooked cream," and, although the ingredients are frequently cooked on the burner, they are sufficiently warmed for the gelatin to dissolve.

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Friday, November 11, 2022

Panna cotta is a simple Italian treat to make and can be seasoned in numerous ways. Panna cotta in Italian signifies “cooked cream,” and, although the ingredients are frequently cooked on the burner, they are sufficiently warmed for the gelatin to dissolve.

INGREDIENTS

1 1/2 tsp. gelatin powder (unsweetened)
1/4 cup water (cold)
1/4 cup water (boiling)
2 cups heavy cream
2 tsp. vanilla extract
Sugar substitute, such as stevia, equal to 1/4 cup sugar
Pinch of salt

METHOD

Sprinkle the gelatin powder over the cold water in a bowl and let mellow for a few minutes. Then, at that point, add the bubbling water and mix until gelatin is broken up (a fork functions admirably).

Combine gelatin with the other fixings in an enormous bowl. Mix to blend totally, and taste. Change flavors as you would prefer.

Empty blend into custard cups, ramekins, or glasses. Chill totally — it will require 3 to 4 hours until totally set.

Cooking and Serving Tips

You can make it in ramekins or custard cups and unmold it directly onto a plate or bowl, or empty it into wine glasses or other smallish glasses and serve it that way.


Serve this  sugar free panna cotta with fresh or frozen berries or berry sauce. The common guideline of thumb is for each 1 cup of sugar you really want 1 teaspoon of stevia.

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