• HB

    This looks amazing.  I cannot wait to give this one a try.

    • It is amazing.  It is one of our favorite deserts to have when we have friends and family over for dinner.  Enjoy.

  • Yum! I’m definitely going to be making this! I’m working on a cookbook project too!–beats having all those cookbooks and magazine tearouts everywhere. 🙂

    • You will love this recipe.

      I so agree. It is very frustrating to go hunting for a recipe and not find it when you really need it.

  • Cheryl Therrien

    This looks lovely. Looking forward to the cook book. Yeah, I know. I am not a cook. But you have so many recipes for non-cooks I am sure the cook book will hold many for people like me.

    • This is such a delightful and healthy dessert Cheryl. Even though you say you can’t cook, I know you would enjoy making it… and eating it. 😀

  • William Rusho

    It does look great. This is the times when I wished I had some basic cooking skills.

    • It really good and is well worth a try William. Basic cooking skills aside, even for a non-cook, this is an easy one to make. 🙂

  • Beth Niebuhr

    Yum! This could become one of my favorites, based on how good it looks and the testimonial from the child who turned it down at first.

    • Hi Beth. I know it’s ours. When you do give it a try, let me know if it’s now on your favorites list.

  • Wow! This looks fabulous Susan. But I don’t believe it’s quite as easy as you day. But worth the effort none the less:/)

    • Oh, but it is Katy. It actually takes longer to explain it then it does to make it. Give it a whirl. 🙂

  • Hi Susan

    Looking at this recipe, it looks so yummy. Thank you for sharing. Have a nice week

    • Your so very welcome Awazie. I hope you give it a try. It is super yummy. 🙂

  • Jacqueline Gum

    This looks wonderful Susan. I ofetn order this out, if I see it on the menu, but I’ven never made. Now I will:)

    • I do too Jacquie and I feel guilty paying for something I can easily make. Regardless, I do love. Have fun with it, and don’t forget to share. 😀

  • Never made a Panna Cotta but I’m game to try this recipe. Especially with the lemon – yum! Thanks for sharing and looking forward to seeing your cookbook Susan 🙂

    • Oh then you must give it a try. I do believe it will be love at first bite, Heather. The cookbook is truly a labor of love. Alas, it will take some time to do it right. 🙂

      • I mentioned your recipe to my mother today as she ordered a panna cotta for an anniversary dinner in the vines. I can relate to your book as being a labour of love. My favourite book design project took over 20 years for the author to collate, compile and write. Then another 2-3 years from design to print. 10 years after publication date the book is still selling many reprints later. I’m not expecting your project to take that long though 🙂

        • That is cool Heather. Do you think she’ll give a try? As far as the book you mentioned; WOW, that is a long time. It does seem to be doing well because of the time spent. As you said, I sure hope that mine take less time… LOL. 🙂

  • Wow, looks so healthy.. But tough to prepare I guess(P.S- I am an amateur cook…)
    But thank you for the detailed info

    • It ready made fo the none cook. The operative word is not cooking needed, just assembling. Give it a whirl you may surprise yourself Tuhin. 🙂

  • I have never had panna cotta. I must fix that soon.

    • Please Jeri, It is so easy and so yummy. I do believe you’ll love it. 🙂

  • Marquita Herald

    I’ve never heard of panna cotta but I agree with others here that it looks and sounds wonderful. Today is my shopping day so I’m thinking this will be a great treat for the weekend!

    • Ah, It’s an Italian dessert that goes way back. It super easy and really delicious. I hope you try it. 🙂

  • Jason Butler

    I’ve never heard of this either. It looks good though.

    • It a fun and easy recipe for any kind of cook Jason. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    Yum!! I’m going to try this out on the weekend, its been ages since I made dessert…well not since Christmas. 🙂

    • Debra Yearwood

      Hey Susan, I made the panna cotta on Sunday and we just tried it tonight. It’s sooooo good, so creamy and sweet with just enough tart to make it interesting. I will definitely be making it again. Thanks for the recipe.

      • That is so cool Debra. I too love it for the very same reason. It’s on my list when I need something a bit different. It’s always a huge hit. I love that part. 🙂

    • WOOT! WOOT! I can ‘t wait to hear about the results Debra. 🙂

  • Looks good. I think I’d like it with peaches. Fresh, locally grown summer peaches. Unfortunately it’s still February.

    • I’ve had it with peaches Ken and it’s delicious. I hear you about the fresh and locally grown. Spring will happen and so will the peaches. 🙂 Then you can try this recipe. 🙂

  • I never heard about Panna cotta before…. but this seems easy….. I hope I will try some day and check the taste.

    • Hi Anna, it’s a old Italian dessert recipe that is popular in a good many countries now due to globalization. It’s easy, healthy and oh so good. Give it a whirl. 🙂

  • I would devour that in one sitting! I agree berries would be great…pineapple too. Love it.

    • Hi Pamela. Me too! That’s way I make for company, that way I have to share… LOL.

  • MinaJoshi5409

    This is my favourite sweet but I have never made it as I always thought that it might be too difficult to make. Thanks for the detailed recipe with pictures.

    • Hi Mina, It really is a pretty simple recipe. There are more complicated ones out, but why do that when this it so easy. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Have loved panna cotta ever since I was a child and eaten it all over the world. What a good idea to use yogurt. Makes it a bit more healthy:-)

    • I too have had it many different countries and I love now matter where I have it Catarina. I do love the way the yogurt gives this a very special taste, and also making a bit healthier as a dessert. 🙂

  • This recipe looks so good and so healthy. I also like it that it can be made ahead of time. Another one for my Susan’s Recipes collection. Thanks.

    • It is a recipe that I knew you’d love Lenie. When you give it a try, let me know the outcome. 🙂

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  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I’ve never heard of panna cotta. At first glance I thought it was some kind of cheese. Does it taste like anything familiar?

    • Think of it like an egg custard without the eggs Krystle. It light and oh so yummy. 🙂