Strawberry pannacotta


As you know, we don’t eat any sugar or any artificial sweeteners. We do enjoy delicious desserts though every now and then, particularly on the weekends. For our recipes we  often use berries or apples which are very sweet naturally. A good example is this lovely and very easy pannacotta recipe.

You will need 2 dl cream, 2 dl thick yoghurt, 2 dl mashed strawberries, fresh or thawed, 1 vanilla stick and 3 fine leaves of gelatine. Firstly, place the gelatine leaves in to a bowl of cold water for 5 minutes. In the meanwhile carefully heat up the cream (with the contents of the vanilla stick) in a small saucepan, until hot. Take off the heat and stir in the soft gelatine leaves. Add the yoghurt and stir. It is best to spoon the mixture into the serving dishes at this point and place them in the fridge for a few hours, to set. Then, add the mashed strawberries (I often use the blender to make a nice smooth sauce), decorate and serve.

You can try this recipe with any berries you like. You can also add the berries mixture with the yoghurt before cooling.




Published by goodlifeandfood

Warm welcome to my blog. I’m Hanna, a nurse and also very passioned about healthy nutritious food and how it affects our overall health and wellbeing, both physical and mental. Eating right is the most important thing you can do to stay healthy. Not just cutting down sugar, grains and excess carbohydrates, but also choosing nutritious and good quality foods, such as good vegetables, berries, herbs and spices, is extremely important. I try not to forget stress management and healthy exercise either.

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