Dairy Free Chocolate Panna Cotta

by | Feb 22, 2016 | 8 comments

A delicious but healthy treat you can even have for breakfast!

Yields1 ServingDifficultyBeginner
 One can coconut cream
 30g your choice sweetener (honey, Changing Habits Rapadura Sugar, coconut palm) or 10-15 drops stevia
 2 tbsp coconut oil
 3 tsp Vanilla essence or seeds from one vanilla pod
 1 tbsp Changing Habits Gelatin mixed in 1/4 cup water
1

Melt down all but gelatin in a medium to low heated pan until combined, constantly stirring.

2

Add gelatin, and keep stirring until all well combined. Using a heat proof blender or with a stick blender, blend on high until all is well combined. If your blender isn't heat proof, allow mix to cool for a couple of minutes then blend.

3

Have a taste and make sure your taste buds don't need a little more sweetness.

4

Divide evenly into your choice of holders! Little cups or mugs, muffin trays or in a cake tray and slice when cooled.

5

Allow to cool for 2-3 hours, or until firm ?.

6

Serve with organic berries or other fruits and enjoy with a big fat smile! #dairyfree #organic #paleo

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Ingredients

 One can coconut cream
 30g your choice sweetener (honey, Changing Habits Rapadura Sugar, coconut palm) or 10-15 drops stevia
 2 tbsp coconut oil
 3 tsp Vanilla essence or seeds from one vanilla pod
 1 tbsp Changing Habits Gelatin mixed in 1/4 cup water

Directions

1

Melt down all but gelatin in a medium to low heated pan until combined, constantly stirring.

2

Add gelatin, and keep stirring until all well combined. Using a heat proof blender or with a stick blender, blend on high until all is well combined. If your blender isn't heat proof, allow mix to cool for a couple of minutes then blend.

3

Have a taste and make sure your taste buds don't need a little more sweetness.

4

Divide evenly into your choice of holders! Little cups or mugs, muffin trays or in a cake tray and slice when cooled.

5

Allow to cool for 2-3 hours, or until firm ?.

6

Serve with organic berries or other fruits and enjoy with a big fat smile! #dairyfree #organic #paleo

Dairy Free Chocolate Panna Cotta
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8 Comments

  1. Leisa

    This is a great chocolate fix & so easy to make

    Reply
  2. Nieta Woods

    Do the cacao nibs melt or hold their form? Not all my kids like them so might need to leave out. Thankyou my 5 yr old just saw the pic and asked me to make it now.

    Reply
    • Sally

      The recipes calls for cacao melts that Cindy sells in her product line, not nibs.

      Reply
  3. Abby

    Love how the recipe is written; ‘make sure your taste buds don’t need a little more sweetness’ and enjoy with a big fat smile.
    Well be sure to try this one!

    Reply
  4. Carmel

    what an amazing dessert! served with fresh strawberries.
    I used cacao butter & cacao powder in place of the melts, worked perfectly. I intend to try again omitting the cacao powder and adding lemon zest and juice……excited!

    Reply
    • Sandra

      Hi there!
      Just wondering what size can of coconut Cream do you use.??
      Thanks

      Reply
  5. julie

    Do you have a thermomix version of this?

    Reply
    • Jordan Pie

      No sorry we don’t Julie, however it wouldn’t be hard to adapt it yourself 🙂

      Reply

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