Panna Cotta

    Panna Cotta is an Italian dessert made by simmering cream, milk and sugar, then allowing it to set. Recipes then flavour it with berries, chocolate or similar.

    19 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    13 reviews

    A delicious creamy dessert which is prepared ahead. Make the berry sauce about one hour before serving the panna cotta.

    Recipe by: Military Cook

    1 review

    This is an easy pannacotta dessert that is served with a raspberry cream made out of jam; you could try other jams for different flavours.

    Recipe by: Julia

    No reviews

    In this elegant panna cotta (Italian for "cooked cream") a cocoa-flavoured custard is sweetened with chocolate and brown sugar. If you like, you can add a tablespoon of instant coffee powder to the cocoa for a caffè mocha flavour.

    Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

    No reviews

    This is an easy pannacotta recipe that takes a few minutes to make then you leave it in the fridge until needed. For coffee lovers hot espresso poured over the pannacotta tastes great.

    Recipe by: Christine

    29 reviews

    My own version of the Italian dessert favourite. 'Pannacotta' literally means 'cooked cream'. The cream custard is made then covered in a sweet strawberry sauce.

    Recipe by: Living Well

    1 review

    Pannacotta infused with blackberry juice is a great way to end a meal. Great served with blackberry sauce and/or fresh blackberries.

    Recipe by: Vern

    No reviews

    This is a great pannacotta that is easy to make and a bit healthier than the traditional version as some of the cream is substituted with yoghurt.

    Recipe by: gartenfee

    12 reviews

    This is an elegant dessert with flavours of rum, coffee and coconut, and quite easy to make. Panna cotta is sort of the Italian version of creme brulee.

    Recipe by: Camilla Saulsbury

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    Take the traditional winter concept of eggnog and turn it into something suitable for the hot Australian summer as a cold panna cotta dessert.

    Recipe by: McCormick

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    Are you bored with ordinary Christmas dessert? Here is the new style Christmas dessert. Easy and quick but absolutely DIVINE!!! You will impress your family and friends!!!

    Recipe by: Kazuyo

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