Spiced Chocolate Panna Cotta with Strawberry Coulis

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I've been guest posting for Carol from Ditch The Wheat! I have always admired Carol's blog for being one of the best sources of healthy low-carb, paleo-friendly recipes. Her recipe photos are breathtaking and her posts offer useful tips on gluten-free baking. Carol has authored an excellent cookbook for some of the best grain-free recipes and has been working on yet another one.

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You can find my recipe for Spiced Chocolate Panna Cotta with Strawberry Coulis here.

Nutritional values per serving

6.9 grams 2.1 grams 6.8 grams 31.1 grams 25.9 grams 317 calories
Total Carbs9grams
Net Carbs6.9grams
of which Saturated25.9grams
Energy (calories)317kcal
Magnesium85mg (21% RDA)
Potassium372mg (19% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (8.3%), protein (8.2%), fat (83.5%)

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Comments (4)

Love this! Thanks for making it dairy-free! Smile


Thanks Gail! I Not all my recipes are dairy-free but I always try to give at least dairy free options Smile


Yum! I love the recipe for hot chocolate in your book but never thought of making panna cotta with these ingredients. Can't wait to try it! Oh how much agar powder (vegetarian) would I have to use instead of the gelatin?


Thank you Ella! 1 teaspoon agar powder should be equivalent to 8 teaspoon gelatine powder, so you can use a lot less to get the same result. If you use agar flakes, use 1 tbsp per cup of liquid. If you use agar powder, use 1 tsp per cup of liquid. Make sure you dissolve it in water before adding it to the coconut milk.


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