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Chocolate Yogurt Panna Cotta

Chocolate Yogurt Panna Cotta created by KateL

Adapted from a blogger's recipe which was for plain yogurt panna cotta (leave the chocolate out, add 1/3 cup honey). You can use any sort of fluid milk from skim to cream - the more butterfat, the creamier, and the more calories. I used 2 %. Good with fruit and whipped cream.

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  • Add gelatin to 1/4 cup milk in a small bowl and let soften.
  • Heat 1 cup milk to just below the boiling point.
  • Stir in vanilla and chocolate syrup.
  • Taste and add sugar if desired.
  • Whisk in gelatin and milk mixture until gelatin dissolves.
  • Remove from heat and stir in yogurt until smooth.
  • Refrigerate 3-4 hours before serving.
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"Adapted from a blogger's recipe which was for plain yogurt panna cotta (leave the chocolate out, add 1/3 cup honey). You can use any sort of fluid milk from skim to cream - the more butterfat, the creamier, and the more calories. I used 2 %. Good with fruit and whipped cream."
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  1. KateL
    Chocolate Yogurt Panna Cotta Created by KateL
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  2. KateL
    As written, not inspiring except to feed Weight Watcher dieters who could count it as dairy. How can you effectively adjust the sweetness prior to adding the yogurt? I used whole milk, does that account for the bland output? I thought this needed a much more distinctive chocolate, perhaps bittersweet. When I unmolded my panna cotta, it was bland. I could have sprinkled sugar on top (as I normally treat plain Greek yogurt), but if only the instructions had suggested to pour more Hershey's chocolate syrup over the panna cotta in a decorative design (as my photo shows)! This was an experiment, because this recipe was SO EASY, but I think I need to work a little harder for my chocolate panna cotta to suit me. Made for Rookie Recipe Tag.
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  3. sheepdoc
    Chocolate Yogurt Panna Cotta Created by sheepdoc
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  4. sheepdoc
    Adapted from a blogger's recipe which was for plain yogurt panna cotta (leave the chocolate out, add 1/3 cup honey). You can use any sort of fluid milk from skim to cream - the more butterfat, the creamier, and the more calories. I used 2 %. Good with fruit and whipped cream.
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