Orange panna cotta is creamy and fresh dessert, one of the Christmas dessert ideas you can make for your family! If you like easy no bake desserts, this creamy and fresh panna cotta recipe is for you. Beautiful dessert in a glass.
This time of the year we all want to share more Christmas flavors – cinnamon, cloves, oranges… so I decided to make panna cotta with these flavors and fresh orange juice.
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What’s more, this orange panna cotta is an easy gluten free dessert and you won’t need to switch the oven on! Also, for both recipes I used agar as a thickener instead of regular gelatin. Moreover, you can make it vegan-friendly by using non-diary milk, such as almond milk or coconut milk will work just perfect with this dessert.
This orange panna cotta is recipe of desserts for two in 400 ml/ 13.5 fl oz glasses. But you can easily double or triple the ingredients to make it for more guests and family members. This is a beautiful dessert in a glass, isn’t it?
Serving orange panna cotta
I believe that serving desserts in a glass for every person has positive sides. First, you don’t need to worry how to carefully release the perfect panna cotta from its mold. Secondly, you will have less dirty dishes, as the glass is the mold and serving dish in one! Moreover, you can use differently shaped glasses for this recipe!
Do you like orange deserts as much as we do? Then you definitely need to check our Rustic Orange Cake recipe below:
How to make panna cotta
To make this panna cotta, you should find the bowl, put there kitchen towel and place the the glasses so that you can fill them under an angle. You can also use plastic containers from veggies or greens that you buy in store. I used one similar to make this Persimmon panna cotta.
Fill half of the glasses with orange juice mixture, wait until it sets in the fridge. Then remove the glasses from the bowl and fill them with milk and cream panna cotta and leave in the fridge. When it sets, decorate with melissa and shredded chocolate.
Orange panna cotta and our coffee panna cotta are delicious and easy desserts to make!
Orange panna cotta is creamy and fresh dessert, one of the Christmas dessert ideas you can make for your family! If you like easy no bake desserts, this creamy and fresh panna cotta recipe is for you.
- 400 ml fresh orange juice /2 cups /13.5 fl oz
- 10 g Agar-Agar powder /0.35 oz
- 200 ml heavy cream /1 cup /6.8 fl oz
- 200 ml full fat milk /1 cup /6.8 fl oz
- 10 g Agar-Agar powder /0.35 oz
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 2 cloves
- 1 tbs sugar
- 4 peppermint leaves
- 1 tsp shredded chocolate
Juice 4 oranges to get 400 ml /2 cups /13.5 fl oz liquid. Sieve the juice to remove any skins or seeds.
Add Agar to the juice and mix well. Cook in a pan on a low heat for 2-5 minutes. Let it cool a little.
Put kitchen towel in a bowl and place the glasses so that you can fill them under an angle. Fill half of each glass with orange juice. Leave to set in the fridge.
Dissolve Agar in warm milk. Mix it with heavy cream, stir in sugar, add spices. Cook on a low heat 3-5 minutes, then let it cool for about 10-15 minutes Remove the spices.
When the orange juice is set, remove the glasses from the bowl and fill with milk and cream mixture. Leave the panna cotta in the fridge for an hour until set or overnight.
- Decorate with peppermint leaves and chocolate. Serve.
*You should get 2 cups (400 ml / 13.5 fl) juice from 4-5 oranges.
*Dissolve agar only in slightly warm liquids and in smaller quantities, then mix with the rest of liquid. Make sure it is fully dissolved.
*This recipe is for two 400 ml / 13.5 fl oz glasses. So you can easily use 4 smaller 200 ml / 6.8 fl oz glasses and distribute the amount four servings (192 calories per serving).