Panna Cotta Mix
Panna Cotta literally means "cooked cream" in Italian, but this exceptional dessert is much more than just that. A traditional part of the Piedmontese food culture, this custard has a wonderfully fresh and intriguingly smooth texture. This mix, imported from Italy, is very easy to prepare and yields an unbelievably enticing end result. Top it off with berries, coulis, or powdered sugar and serve with juice, coffee, or tea. You can vary the container you make it in to create fun shapes. Try using shot glasses, ice cream cones, or even an ice tray. Each box weighs 2.2 pounds, so you can make Panna Cotta once a week for a very long time before you run out.
Top it off with fruit, berries, coulis, or powdered sugar and serve with juice, coffee or tea. You can vary the mold you make it in to create interesting and different shapes. For variety, try Almond Panna Cotta by omitting vanilla. Instead, stir in 1/4 teaspoon almond extract. For Coconut Panna Cotta, omit the vanilla and add coconut extract. Other garnishes and accompaniments include bouquet peppermint, chocolate sauce and your favorite fruit sorbet.
For one recipe as written on the box
2 Cups of Whole or Semi Skimmed Milk
2 Cups of Whipping Cream
5 Oz of Panna Cotta Mix
For the whole box
14 Cups of Whole or Semi Skimmed Milk
14 Cups of Whipping Cream
1 Whole Box of Panna Cotta Mix