Nutella Chocolate Vanilla Panna Cotta Recipe

Who doesn't love panna cotta ??? and when you add Chocolate and Nutella to the equation, they're bound to be a hit. 


Just a couple of weeks earlier, Namitha of Collaborative Curry posted this knockoff recipe on her blog. As soon as I read the title of this recipe, my first thought was, “ Yummy, delicious, creamy, nutritious...All the words I think of !” I knew we had an instant winner on our hands. Thanks to Namitha for such a phenomenal recipe and and I still have so many great recipes her blog to experiment with :-)

This is a very simple dessert that requires little effort, and sure to win the hearts of  nutella, chocolate and panna cotta lovers!  A recipe you will want to keep in your files for life...So why not just give it a try and enjoy!


 Nutella Chocolate Vanilla Panna Cotta Recipe

Preparation Time : 10 minutes + Chilling Time : 3-4 hrs
Cooking Time : 20 minutes
Serves : 4

Ingredients:

For Chocolate Nutella Pannacotta:
Heavy Cream : 3/4 cup
Milk /Half & Half /Milk : 1/2 cup
Unflavored Gelatin : 3/4 tsp
Semi Sweet Chocolate : 1.5 ounces (coarsely chopped)
Nutella : 1/4 cup
Pure Vanilla Extract-: 1/2 tsp

For Vanilla Pannacotta:
Heavy cream : 1/2 cup
Sugar : 11/2 tbsp
Milk/Half & Half /Milk : 1/2 cup
Unflavored Gelatin : 3/4 tsp
Pure vanilla extract : 1 tsp


How to make Nutella Chocolate Vanilla Panna Cotta Recipe :

For Chocolate Nutella Pannacotta:

1. Pour 1/2 of the milk into a bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over. Let stand until gelatin has softened, about 5 minutes.
2. Meanwhile, in a small saucepan combine remaining cup of milk, cream and bring to a simmer over medium heat, but take care not to boil.
3. Add vanilla exrtract, nutella and chocolate, and stir until chocolate and nutella are completely dissolved. now add and stir in gelatin until it is completely dissolved. Let the mixture come down to room temperature.
4. Pour into the serving bowls as desired, cover with plastic wraps and refrigerate at least 3-4 hours or until set.

For Vanilla Pannacotta :

1. Pour 1/2 cup of the milk into a bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over. Let stand until gelatin has softened, about 5 minutes.
2. Meanwhile, in a small saucepan combine remaining cup of milk, cream sugar,and bring to a simmer over medium. Heat untill all the sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and stir in the the vanilla extract.
3. Now add and mix the gelatin until it is completely dissolved.
4. Let the mixture come down to room temperature and pour it over the chocolate nutella  pannacotta
5. Allow to set it in a refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours and garnish with some chopped hazelnut or with fresh fruits or topping of choice...Enjoy!


Notes :
  • Vegans could replace gelatin with Vege-Gel (Vegetarian substitute for gelatine). It works the same good like traditional gelatin.
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Cheers !
Sangeetha

27 comments:

  1. I am up for anything that has Nutella in it.I love these kind of desserts which takes less time :-p
    Beautiful looking panna cotta with nutella.
    Btw how did you arrange it in the glass with that design?

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. wow , it looks delicious. bookmarked !!

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  3. Lovely clicks!!! Looks yum

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  4. wow!sangee looks fab and delicious...perfectly done.beautiful pic and click!

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  5. What beautiful clicks and ofcourse a lovely dessert too!

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  6. The clicks,the pannacotta,those cute dessert spoons,those zig zag patterns of pannzcotta..in short everything is super hit abt this recipe..yummmm yumm yumm

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  7. Thats such beauty.... woweee

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  8. Love that background,truly tempting pannacottas.

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  9. sangeetha, how did you arrange this, it luks so gorgeous......superb dear

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  10. wow what a splendid look drink is that,love to sip it...

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  11. Wow... love the beautiful layering!

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  12. I made these sometime back too. Yours and Namitha's pictures and awesome though!
    Looks lovely! I love it simple and easy dessert!

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  13. Anonymous6:18 AM

    Its really awesome....super clicks....

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  14. wow..awesome recipe

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  15. awesome cliks......mind blowing...looks restaurant perfect :)

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  16. Succulent panna cotta with two versions sangee. The colors are so catchy n pleasing.

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  17. Wow adipoli,looks superb

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  18. wow super dessert dear...awesome make me hungry..

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  19. Thanks everyone for your lovely comments,do try this...good one for sure :-)

    @Deepa, Faseela,I made nutella pannacotta first and kept in the fridge in a slanting position using egg carton to hold the glass and then made vanilla pannacotta and set the same way and again the nutella pannacotta as final layering :-)

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  20. wow...really pretty & yum!! Super liked your clicks too!!

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  21. Love this a llllllllllllot, you have made this beautiful.. awesome clicks.

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  22. Delicious!
    I like the presentation.

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  23. wow..truly tempting panna cotta....what beautiful presenation n gorgeous clicks dear !

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  24. this looks wonderful lovely picture

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  25. oh my ghosh looks so beautiful n yummy beauiful layers

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  26. Thanks everyone for that sweet comments. I am so glad you liked the post and the presentation.:)

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  27. Anonymous11:56 PM

    kothiyavunnu.com is a sutable name. reallyyyyyyyy kothiyavunnuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

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