Raspberry & Strawberry Panna Cotta
While you serve Panna Cotta al Tiramisu for the adults at the party, this would be perfect for kids. This sweet simple dessert toped with fresh strawberries. The Lemon thyme and strawberries bring out the fresh sweetness of this dessert.
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While you serve Panna Cotta al Tiramisu for the adults at the party, this would be perfect for kids. This sweet simple dessert toped with fresh strawberries.
The Lemon thyme and strawberries bring out the fresh sweetness of this dessert. The only problem would be mom stealing dessert from her kids, because this just looks to tempting.
The recipe from earlier post is very simular. Vanilla and espresso has been replaced with Lemon Thyme and Strawberries.
Raspberry & Strawberry Panna CottaEuropean measurements
- 7,5 dl. cream
- 200g sugar
- Handful lemon balm/thyme leaves
- 5 gelatin plates
- 400g fresh strawberries
- 1 tsp. raspberry syrup/coulis (per serving)
- Zested/shredded lemon peel
- Soak the gelatin plates in water for 5 min, then rinse them with water. Grip to squeeze water out of the plates.
- Add cream, sugar and lemon balm/thyme to a pot, and bring to a boil. (remember to stir as it comes to a boil)
- Pour through a colander to strain out the leaves
- Add gelatin plates.
- Poor into 6 “martini” glasses, or a similar shaped form.
- Zest/shred some lemon peel over the glasses with panna cotta to garnish
- Leave them in the fridge for about 3 hours.
- Slice you strawberries into 8 pieces.
- Add them to a bowl with 1 tsp. per serving of raspberry syrup. I use one I bought from a Starbucks shop.
- Add to the top of the panna cotta, and finish off with some powdered sugar and a few green leaves of mint or lemon balm.
It shouldn’t be to difficult to do!
I just Love Panna Cotta. I mix and try new flavors and this one really worked out!Thomas Haarr
I would love if you make this recipe and tell me, and everyone who visit
how much you love it!