Sugar Free Peach Panna Cotta

I want to preface this recipe by saying I am by NO means an expert on molecular cooking and yes, while gelatin is really only scraping the tip of the iceberg of cooking science, it’s a hard canvas to cook on.

But we made it! And this Sugar Free Peach Panna Cotta IS SO GOOD! And SO impressive! Plus any time I can cook with peaches, which I always forget about until it’s peach season again, is a great day!

I will say, I did goof on the pan I chose to display it in and I think this recipe works best with miniature cups for presentation sake or if you’re feeling froggy in the summer heat, a spring-form pan would do the trick too!

Sugar Free Peach Panna Cotta

For your ingredients (and this will be in 3 parts):

Part One – Peach Puree

  • 16 OZ Frozen Peaches
  • 1 Cup Water
  • 4 TBSP Torani Sugar Free Vanilla Syrup

Part Two – Gelatin

  • 2 Packets Unflavored Gelatin (I used Kroger Brand, 1/4 OZ per Envelope)
  • 1/2 Cup Cold Water

Part Three – Pudding

  • 1 OZ Package Jell-O Instant Sugar Free Fat Free Vanilla Pudding
  • 1 Cup Cold Water
  • 1 Cup Cold Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened Original Almond Milk

Total Prep Time: 60 Minutes // Total Set Time: 3 Hours

  1. Take the peaches and add them to a sauce pan over low heat. You will want to stir occasionally until the peaches begin to break down. Once that happens, add 1 cup of water and continue cooking until the majority of the peaches are in smaller pieces.
  2. Let peaches chill in fridge for ~30 minutes until they are cool enough to blend. Add to blender with 4 TBSP of Vanilla Syrup and blend until smooth then place in fridge.
  3. Take your gelatin and place in a microwave safe bowl. Add 1/2 cup cold water and stir and let sit for 2 minutes.
  4. Once the 2 minutes are up, microwave for 45 seconds and then stir again until all gelatin has dissolved then set to the side.
  5. Add pudding mix powder to a bowl and whisk in cold water then cold almond milk. Whisk generously until all powder has dissolved.
  6. Finally, mix in gelatin to peach puree and then add pudding. You will want to do this before the pudding has time to set.
  7. Place in fridge for 2 hours until entire batch congeals and jiggles when shaken.

Yields 8 servings per batch. Estimated Weight Watchers Points: 1sp per serving 

Fairly simple, VERY impressive, and you can top with chopped peaches and whipped cream for that perfect summertime dessert that will wow all of your friends! You’re welcome.

Cheers!

Taylor Guardino, The Food Lover Gone Southern

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