Sunday, May 24, 2015

Patriotic Panna Cotta for #SundaySupper

I love celebrating with red, white and blue during the summer. From the invitations, to the decor, from the flowers to the tablescape, red, white and blue is the color of summer. Which makes this Red, White and Blue Panna Cotta the perfect summer party dessert!

Patriotic Panna Cotta

1 teaspoon unflavored Gelatin
1 tablespoon cold Water
2/3 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
2/3 cup Vitamin D Milk
1/3 cup Sugar
1 teaspoon Vanilla
1 cup fresh Blueberries
2 cups fresh Strawberries
4 medium Shot Glasses

Place water in a small bowl. Sprinkle gelatin over water.
Set aside.

Use a heavy saucepan to heat your milk, heavy cream,
sugar and vanilla to a simmer. Stir until your sugar is 
completely dissolved.

 Remove pan from heat. Use a whisk to stir in the 
gelatin until it is dissolved.

 Wash, and then chop strawberries into small pieces.

Wash blueberries. Take off any stems.

Place an assortment of both fruits in the bottom
of each shot glass.

Pour milk and cream mix in to glasses. Refrigerate
for at least 2 hours for the mix to set up.

Top each glass with more blueberries and strawberries.

Enjoy! and Happy Memorial Day!

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Renee Dobbs said...

I haven't made panna cotta in ages. Thanks for reminding me of such a great creamy dessert.

Liz Berg said...

What a perfect holiday dessert! I'd be happy to eat this for all three "summer" holidays or ANY time of the year :) Have a terrific weekend, Teri!

Caroline Williams said...

I love panna cotta, sounds great with the berries in there too.

Foodie Stuntman said...

I love panna cotta. It sounds so sophisticated yet it's so easy to prepare and I love how festive this dish looks. Thank you for participating this week.

Bobbi Burleson said...

WOW! This not only looks beautiful, but sounds delicious. A definite MUST make for the summertime!

Hezzi-D said...

I love panna cotta and these berry ones looks gorgeous!

Shaina Wizov said...

I've always wanted to try making panna cotta. Now I'm really inspired to do it!

Susan Pridmore said...

I'm a huge panna cotta fan, but I haven't made one in a couple of years now. Thanks for the reminder of a great dessert!!

Laura Dembowski said...

I haven't had panna cotta in a long time. This looks so awesome!

Sue Lau said...

The colors are just perfect!

Kelly said...
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Kelly @ Tasting Page said...

This is such a festive and pretty line up. Looks delicious!

Cindy Kerschner said...

So its okay to eat two, right? ;)

Sarah Reid said...

Panna cotta is totally a summer dessert. Great!

minnie@thelady8home said...

That looks amazing. Divinely delicious desert.

Sarah | Curious Cuisiniere said...

This looks delicious! I have been wanting to try my hand at panna cotta. What a perfect dessert for summer.

Lauren Everson said...

I've never had panna cotta before, but it definitely looks and sounds like something I'd like - especially when berries are added!

Lisa Tummers said...

What a fabulous and festive summertime dessert -- I can't wait to make it!