Chocolate Panna Cottas

  • SaraBusse Posted: 02/14/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    The only change I made was using full-fat Greek yogurt. I appreciated the tang, but my sweet side definitely wanted it to taste more decadent. I think next time I would make it with vanilla yogurt and possibly add some coffee liquor to strenghten the chocolate flavor. But it's definitely worth trying again.

  • ZoeGracie Posted: 11/17/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I made this for some friends and overall it was a hit. They liked the slight tangy quality and also appreciated that it's not laden with fat and sugar.I followed the recipe closely, but left off the shavings. However, next time I would make a point to include the chocolate shavings to make it a little more decadent. I would also make it the night before so that it sets overnight. I found the flavors to be better the next day and the texture more firm. I recommend this recipe and would make it again for company.

  • Cookingnskiing Posted: 05/14/12
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    Fabulous. I tweaked it quite a lot: made a chocolate crumb crust, used dark 70% cocoa chocolate, used whole milk, 2 t. strong coffee and topped it with whipped cream and chocolate curls. My company loved it and never knew it was pretty low cal! The tangy panna cotta was wonderful against the sweet crust and topping. This is a keeper.

  • ebelle Posted: 06/23/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Very good. Made half recipe with 1/3 cup sugar and 3/4 cup yogurt. Served in ramekins, and when make again will probably chill in larger bowl/dish and spoon into serving bowls.

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