My Yoghurt and Orange Blossom Berry Panna Cotta is a deliciously light idea for breakfast, a cheeky snack or simple dessert. Its easy to put together and best of all you can use any type of molds, glasses or even in a bowl to decorate it with seasonal fruits, granola, or chopped nuts.
150ml skim milk
50g low fat sour cream
1/2 tsp. stevia
1 tsp. honey
1/4 tsp. vanilla bean paste
1 1/2 tsps. powdered gelatine
100ml boiling water
250g low fat natural yoghurt
400g mixed berries
3 drops orange blossom water
1 tsp. icing sugar
other favourite fruits
Place the skim milk, low fat sour cream, stevia, honey and vanilla into a saucepan over moderate temperature and whisk to combine over the heat for 3-4 minutes until just starting to boil. Remove from the heat.
Mix the gelatin with the boiling water until completely dissolved and whisk this into the hot milk and sour cream mix. Whisk in the yoghurt until smooth. If it is lumpy you may need to pass the mixture through a strainer.
Divide the berries in half and place a small amount into 4 glasses or panna cotta molds leaving the remainder berries in a bowl to use as garnish.
Top up the molds or glasses with the yoghurt mixture pouring 120ml into each mold. Refrigerate until set, approximately 1 hour.
Toss the remainder berries with the icing sugar and the orange blossom water and garnish each panna cotta to serve. You have the option of turning the panna cotta out or serving them in the glasses.