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Panna Cotta with Blueberry Sauce: a rich and silky dessert to impress all your dinner guests.
For the panna cotta:
Add water to a small bowl and sprinkle gelatin evenly over the water. Let sit 5 minutes.
In a pot, combine heavy cream, milk and sugar. Heat over medium-high heat and remove from heat just before boiling. Once removed from heat, add gelatin and vanilla extract and mix until smooth.
Using a ladle, pour panna cotta into cups, ramekins or glasses. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate 6 hours or overnight.
For the sauce:
In a small pan, combine lime juice, zest, blueberries and sugar. Heat over medium low heat 5-10 minutes, stirring occasionally until thickened.
Once panna cotta has solidified, use a knife to run through the edges and flip the panna cotta over onto a plate. Top with blueberry sauce.
This recipe is so easy, a toddler could make it. And kids of all ages love to eat it. Two simple ingredients and no cooking time required, but it needs to chill for at least 3 hours. Can be made many days in advance.
Something magical happens when this cake goes in the oven. The top turns into this wonderfully light, fluffy, and moist cake, while the bottom pools into a warm lemon pudding. The whole thing tastes incredibly comforting, but light.
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