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  • zee

    Ok i tried this yesterday, it tasted horrible. the coconut oil in the recipe was a massive fail. It has overpowering taste and smell of a hair product. I used 100% organic raw coconut oil for cooking. I would be willing to do this with coconut cream once i recover from the shocking taste of this desert.

    July 13, 2013
    • I’m sorry you didn’t like this Zee. If you use coconut cream you’ll need to play with the amount of agar agar you use because the coconut oil helps with the firming up of the dessert.

      July 14, 2013
  • [...] combine with some gluten-free pantry staples to make a deliciously weird concoction.7. Chocolate Panna Cotta Even if you never make this recipe, follow this link to drool over the photo. Do it; do it now! [...]

    April 15, 2013
  • [...] mix with some gluten-free cupboard staples to make a deliciously uncanny concoction.7. Chocolate Panna Cotta Even if we never make this recipe, follow this couple to drool over a photo. Do it; do it now! This [...]

    March 20, 2013
  • [...] Belly, a sassy blogger who often cooks Clean and gluten-free. This is based off her recipe for Chocolate Panna Cotta, I just adapted it to make a sauce. I will say, the consistency is very pudding-like, so go for [...]

    June 02, 2012
  • Can;t wait to try this! I’ve been looking for a vegan panna cotta recipe and this sounds perfect!

    May 10, 2012
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    [...] Belly, a sassy blogger who often cooks Clean and gluten-free. This is based off her recipe for Chocolate Panna Cotta, I just adapted it to make a sauce. I will say, the consistency is very pudding-like, so go for [...]

    May 08, 2012
  • Hi Pamela,

    I found your recipe on a Clean forum and just had to try it as a chocolate sauce. I quartered your recipe as is and it turned out to be super gummy and pudding-like. I’m assuming that’s the texture you want for Panna Cotta, but I’m wondering if you any suggestions for making it more syrupy. Just add less agar agar powder, perhaps?

    Fabulous recipe. I love anything chocolate and Clean!

    Alyssa

    November 04, 2011
    • Hi Alyssa,

      Yes, the panna cotta recipe would be a bit on the gloopy side as a chocolate sauce due to the use of the agar agar (which is a vegan substitute for gelatin). For a great, clean friendly chocolate sauce you could mix cocoa with coconut oil. To make it a bit creamier, add some coconut milk or even a bit of almond milk. Experiment with the quantities to get the flavor and consistency you like (kind of depends on what you’re going to be putting the chocolate sauce on). In fact, if you like that Magic Shell stuff that makes the hard chocolate shell on ice cream, just mix cocoa powder with coconut oil and drizzle over ice cream. It hardens pretty much on contact with the cold ice cream.

      p.s. melt the coconut oil before mixing it with the cocoa (and remember…a little goes a long way). :)

      November 06, 2011
      • Hi Pamela – Thank you, thank you! I have been searching for a clean recipe, but haven’t tried using coconut oil – seems like such a no-brainer :)

        I think next go around (which will probably be tonight because I have a gluten-free unfrosted chocolate cake waiting at home!!), I will skip the agar agar and just go with straight coconut oil. The flavor of the oil alone would make a stunning sauce. I am looking forward to figuring out what quantities work for me!

        November 07, 2011
  • What a delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing!

    February 12, 2011
  • [...] on popular demand, I have created a new vegan panna cotta recipe.  I removed the cocoa and used green tea powder [...]

    January 07, 2010
  • I don’t know why I didn’t think of that…my boyfriend never wants to try my “healthy food.” I just shouldn’t tell him what’s in it until after!

    December 22, 2009
    • Yep, I just don’t tell him. If he likes it –fantastic. If he doesn’t, no biggie. He doesn’t even always like the non-healthy stuff.

      December 22, 2009
  • [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Amy Green, Bridgette A-N. Bridgette A-N said: Looks yummy! RT @Amys_SSGF: #dairyfree Chocolate Panna Cotta from @MyMansBelly – perfect for Slightly Indulgent Tuesday http://bit.ly/6CZWos [...]

    December 22, 2009
  • The picture is stunning!! Would love to take a big bite. I don’t tell my hubby when I use almond milk or something different until he’s tasted it. Quite often he likes my version better or he can’t even tell the difference. :)

    December 22, 2009
  • That looks so tempting…great..

    September 08, 2009
  • Miranda

    I tried it tonight and love it! This recipe is perfect. Thank you so much!

    September 04, 2009
  • This looks great, and I’m glad to learn more about agar agar, which I haven’t been successful with in the past. Thanks for sharing!

    September 02, 2009
  • I love that this is soy and canola free! I can’t wait to try this, it looks so yummy and healthy!

    September 02, 2009
  • Looks delicious!

    September 01, 2009
  • That looks very interesting. What would you recommend in place of the nuts and coconut of people are allergic so simply do not like those flavors?

    September 01, 2009
    • Pamela

      Hi.

      For nut allergies, you could use soy milk in place of the almond milk. That would work just as well. As for the coconut oil….I have not tried this, but you could try using a cold pressed canola oil to make up the chocolate mixture. I would then bump up the amount of Agar Agar powder to 5 teaspoons. (coconut oil firms up dramatically when it’s refrigerated, so you will need some additional gelling agent to help it firm up.)

      If you refrigerate the panna cotta for 2 hours and find that it’s not setting up enough, you can take the containers and put them back into a saucepan. Stir to thoroughly combine and add more agar agar powder. Let sit for 5 minutes, to soften, then re-heat as the recipe indicates. Pour into molds and refrigerate. (That’s one of the benefits of working with agar agar, you can keep re-working it to get to the consistency you want.)

      September 01, 2009
  • That looks amazing and so delicious!

    September 01, 2009
  • That looks very good, I have not tried almond milk yet, but want too, thanks for sharing this post!

    August 31, 2009

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