This past weekend was spent celebrating Halloween, we went to a party up in the mountains. A blast was had by all! Halloween has to be one of my favorite holidays, I love dressing up! Boo and I dressed as a couple of Chicago legends, he was Harry Caray and I was Mike Ditka. It was such a blast! What's your costume this year?
|Ditka is infamous for giving the bird!|
The Buttermilk in this recipe lends a slightly acidic taste which really rounds out the heaviness of the heavy cream.
This would be really nice for Thanksgiving that is coming up, your guests would surely be impressed. Panna Cotta is one of those desserts that come off really elegant, yet effortless.
Do you have your Thanksgiving desserts picked out?
Brown Sugar Panna Cotta
serves 4-6, depending on serving dish
1 Cup Buttermilk
2 Cups Heavy Cream
1/3 Cup Dark Brown Sugar
2 tsp. powdered Gelatin, bloomed
1 teaspoon Vanilla
Heat gelatin, brown sugar, and 1 Cup of cream in sauce pan, just long enough to melt the gelatin, let cool.
In a bowl, mix together remaining cream, buttermilk, and gelatin/cream mixture and stir to combine.
Pour into glassware or serving dish and chill in refrigerator for 6-8 hours.
Serve cold with desired topping or as is.