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Apricot and vanilla panna cotta recipe, vanilla panna cotta paired with pureed fresh apricots is such a delight!

Panna cotta paired with fruit puree is such a delicious dessert and whatever the color of fruits you choose, it will be strikingly beautiful!

It is a very easy dessert to make, it doesn’t need a lot of prep, just a lot of time. If you plan to do it like me, you will need to wait 2 hours for the vanilla Panna Cotta to set before pouring the jellified apricot puree, and you will have to wait another two hours for it to set. Then I find it is best to chill the Panna Cotta overnight for it to be wholly set.

Here I chose to make first the vanilla layer and then the apricot layer, but you could very well make it the other way around.

A quicker way to make this dessert would be to make the vanilla Panna Cotta, let it set and add a layer of processed apricot puree (I mean without gelatin) but I guess that it would not keep more than 2 days whereas the jellified version will keep up to 3 days.

I find that the 50/50 ratio milk/heavy cream is perfect for the texture of this Panna Cotta. You may balance it the way you like best, add a little more milk, a little less heavy cream but I do not recommend skipping the addition of heavy cream, I tried once to make a Panna Cotta only with milk and it was terribly bland and had no texture at all.

The ingredients given for this recipe make for 6 glasses containing 3/4 cups

  • 6 servings
  • Easy
  • 4 h 30

Recipe :

Ingredients:

Vanilla layer:

1 1/2 cup (360 ml) milk

1 (1/4 oz.) package unflavored gelatin powder

1/3 cup (80 g) sugar

a pinch of salt

1 tbsp. pure vanilla extract

1 1/2 cups (360 ml) heavy cream

Apricot Layer:

1 cup (240 ml) water

1 (1/4 ounce) package of unflavored powder gelatin

1 1/2 cup (360 ml) fresh apricot puree

1/4 cup sugar (more depending on how sweet apricots are)

Make the vanilla panna cotta:

Into a small saucepan, add milk, sprinkle gelatin, stir and set aside for 10 minutes

Sprinkle the sugar and salt into the milk and on low heat, stir just until the gelatin is all dissolved, you want your milk to be barely warm, set aside

Into a beaker, add the heavy cream, vanilla extract and milk mixture, stir well

Place 6 glasses on a muffin pan at an angle (you can stuff the cavities with paper towel if that helps), pour the milk mixture about 1/2 inch to the brim of glasses and chill for a minimum of 2 hours

Make the jellified apricot layer:

Up to 20 minutes before the vanilla panna cotta is ready, into a small heatproof bowl, add 1 cup of water, sprinkle the gelatin on top, stir and set aside for 10 minutes

Meanwhile, into a food processor, puree the apricots until smooth, pour into a beaker

Place the gelatin mixture in the microwave and heat for about 1 minute, do not let it boil, stir gelatin until dissolved and add it to the apricot puree, stir well

Pour the apricot puree into the glasses with the vanilla panna cotta completely set and chill for another 2 hours minimum. Chill overnight for a wholly set panna cotta 

Store in the fridge, serve cool

Enjoy!

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These are so beautifully presented. I can just imagine serving them up at a dinner party to some very happy guests.

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Thanks so much Dannii! Glad you like my recipe!

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This sounds gorgeous if you are looking for an indulgent dessert. Apricots are plentiful and cheap at the moment so this recipe is perfect for after Sunday lunch with family.

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Thanks so much dear Jo!

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Panna Cotta is one dessert I feel most intimidated about... I think I gotta get over my insanity and just give it a try! Love how yours are so perfect!

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Thanks so much Tina! Do give a try at panna cotta, it's the easiest dessert to make, you just need time!

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How gorgeous do they look. Love that you have used apricot, lovely and sweet with a hint of tang.

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Thank you so much Sarah, glad you like my recipe!

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This is so pretty and we love pannacotta. Easy yet elegant

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Thank you so much Marvellina, glad you like it!

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What are the white cubes on the top? Love Panna Cotta, also apricots. Could make with strawberries as currently in season. Will tweet recipe. Thx.!

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Please e-mail me the answer about the garnish...white cubes. Thx. [email protected]

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Thanks Yvonne, yes, you could make it with any fruits you like, will e-mail about the decor!

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Fantastic pictures and recipe Patty! It looks so yummy and refreshing! I wanna try this soon...

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Thank you so much Bebs! Glad you like it!

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I love the way you've managed to prepare the panna cottas with the 2 distinct layers . It looks really eye-catching.

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Thank you so much for your kind words Corina!

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Panna Cotta such an elegant dessert, with minimum effort you can achieve great results, Apricot and vanilla great combo.

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Thank you so much Jagruti!

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