This silky Chocolate Panna Cotta dessert is very impressive but deceptively easy!
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These days, there is simply an overabundance of diet plans. The sheer volume of diet options is ridiculously overwhelming.
It’s for this reason that, when a particular diet has been chosen, and it’s time to start menu planning, you need to adhere to your chosen diet plan. It can really hinder your success to stray from your chosen path. You’re quite likely to wind up in the frustrating position of having to start all over again.
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It’s basic, but hugely important.
I’ve been guilty of hopping from one plan to the next myself, which is why I bring this up. And there’s really only one reason why…
On low-sugar, you crave sweets. On low-carb, you crave carbs. Besides, those “video doctors” sure do make compelling arguments. And let’s be honest. Cooking videos are, in many cases, pretty darn tough to resist. 😉
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Not all diets are calorically restrictive though. Many diets put more of an emphasis on macro-nutrient ratios. Failure to adhere to your diet’s particular ratio may compromise your weight loss results.
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Serves 4 (simply double the recipe to serve 8) – you will need 4 dariole moulds of about 125 g capacity
-50 g of dark chocolate – I use Lindt 90% – broken into pieces
-300 g thickened or double cream
-140 g pouring cream
-40 g powdered stevia
-1 tsp powdered gelatin
-add a bowl to the top of your Thermomix, bring up the scales and weigh in 140 g pouring cream. Add gelatin to the cream and mix then set aside. Don’t worry if the gelatin looks lumpy – it will melt when added to the Thermomix
-weigh thickened cream and broken up chocolate into Thermomix bowl and heat 7 min/70 degrees C/speed 1
-weigh in powdered stevia and add set aside cream and gelatin and mix 3 min/speed 3
-prepare 4 dariole moulds (of about 125 g capacity) by adding a drop of water to each (this helps to unmould the panna cotta)
-divide the mixture evenly between the moulds. Refrigerate for at least 5 hours, if not overnight
-to unmould the panna cotta, take a teaspoon and pull the panna cotta away from the edge of the mould until air gets between the mould and the panna cotta, then turn out onto a plate
Macros: (to be used as a guide only)
Total carbs – 4.95 g
Sugar – 4.2 g
Total fat – 45.2 g
Sat fat – 29.3 g
Protein – 4 g