Sensational Italian Panna Cotta Recipe: Perfect Results Every Time

My Italian panna cotta recipe will rock your world! Who doesn't want a healthy dessert and stable blood sugars?

This is an easy dish that will keep your blood glucose stable and will contain a few amount of carbs for a wonderful dessert. The best when you have friends over, super easy and you can make it in advance!

Ingredients

  • 1 litre of full fat milk
  • 300g light cream
  • 70g white sugar
  • 1 vanilla pod
  • ¼ teaspoon of vanilla essence
  • 4 sachets of agar agar (2g each)
  • Strawberries

Directions

  • Trim the leaves of the strawberries and cut them in half
  • Weigh them, write it dow
  • Wash them and pat them dry
  • In a saucepan, add a little bit of water and add the strawberries
  • Once cooked, around 5-10 minutes, let it rest.
  • In a skillet, add all the ingredients but the agar agar
  • Mix well until hot, not boiling
  • Add the agar agar
  • Whisk well and let it cool down
  • Divide in equal parts in ramequins. 

Diabetes & Carb content:

STRAWBERRY SAUCE

  • Each 150g of strawberries equals to 10g carbs)
  • Lets say you have 500g strawberries 

(500/150= 33g carbs)

  • Weigh the strawberries. This weight is probably different from the weight before cooking but it is worth the same amount of carbs
  • Let’s say for example it weighs now 450g. 

450/33= 13,6g strawberry sauce corresponds to 10g carbs

PANNA COTTA

  • In a pan, add milk, cream, the insides of a vanilla pod and sugar 

300g cream equals to 24g carbs

1litre of full fat milk is 50g carbs (200g full fat milk equals to 10g carbs)

70g white sugar equals to 70g carbs

Total carbs for the pannacottas is 144g carbs

  • Each pannacotta ramequins is (144/ 10)= 14,4g carbs per ramequin

To this you add the strawberry sauce (33/10) ramequins= 3,3g carbs for the sauce in each ramekin 

*Each ramekin contains: 14,4 + 3,3= 17,7g carbs

👉 FAT/PROTEIN INDEX:

Each 150 kcal equals to 1 unit fat/protein

In this recipe, the cream contains 177 kcal so ~1 Unit of fat/protein

If you eat ALL the pannacottas, your blood sugar will go up 3 hours after eating the food, as if you had eaten 10g carbs.



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