This sweet, creamy, jiggly, layered dessert is ideal for entertaining. It's sugar free and the green tea polyphenols help support your immune system. Get the recipe.
Green tea and coconut layer up in a sweet and creamy panna cotta that's sugar free, lectin free, dairy free and full of flavorful fun. It's easy to make and you get "I MADE THIS" bragging rights when people swoon over how amazing it is.
Nothing's better than hitting it out of the park with a lectin free dessert. When friends come over and they're skeptical about your diet and think you've sacrificed good taste for health PROVE THEM WRONG! This sophisticated green tea and coconut panna cotta ought to do the trick. Dramatic layers and creamy smooth texture will have your guests raving about it and asking for the recipe. Tell them Lectin Free Gourmet's got you!
If you've ever watched Hell's Kitchen, then you know, panna cotta puts the fear of satan in some people. It can turn out soupy or too chewy and put a ruinous end to a perfectly good meal.
But my LFG green tea and coconut panna cotta turns out just right every time.
To make this delicious dessert for four, you'll mix and chill twice to get the two layers. But stop fretting, this recipe couldn't be easier. Mix and chill, and by chill I mean go sit in the hot tub, read a chapter in a book, write a friend, do yoga, meditate, pray, or whatever chill means to you. The first layer sets up in about an hour. Then you can add the second layer and chill some more.
Ready to make it? Okay, let's make matcha coconut panna cotta together.
LFG Matcha Coconut Panna Cotta
1 1/2 Cups Hot Water
1 Tbsp Grassfed Gelatin
1 Tbsp Coconut Cream
1 tsp Ceremonial Grade Matcha
1 tsp Stevia Leaf Extract Powder
1 1/2 Cups Hot Coconut Milk
1 Tbsp Grassfed Gelatin
1 Tbsp Powdered Sweetener
8 drops Vanilla Stevia Leaf Extract
Step 1: Make Green Layer
In a one-quart pourable measuring glass add hot water. Gradually whisk in gelatin until dissolved. Whisk in coconut cream, matcha, and stevia until well incorporated. Pour into four martini glasses or dessert dishes. Chill one hour until set.
Step 2: Make White Layer
In a one-quart pourable measuring glass add hot coconut milk. Gradually whisk in gelatin until dissolved. Whisk in powdered sweetener and vanilla stevia drops until well incorporated. Pour into four martini glasses on top of green layer. Chille one more hour until set.
Try not to say yum with every bite. ENJOY!