Artwork by Jacob

Artwork by Jacob

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Hot Chocolate Panna Cotta

This month on Tuesdays with Dorie we are making chocolate desserts from Baking Chez Moi. This week I made Hot Chocolate Panna Cotta page 373.

Heavy cream, cocoa powder, bittersweet chocolate.  What's not to like! A lovely dessert for the chocolate lover.

I did make the Fluted Carrot Tangerine Cake (page 22) on time but actually posting on time has been a problem lately.  This was a light and airy sponge cake. I served it with powdered sugar on top which everyone liked.

We don't publish the recipes instead we encourage you to buy the book and bake along with us. To what others thought go here.

12 comments:

  1. Your panna cotta and carrot-tangerine cake both look amazing! Your cake looks perfect!

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  2. Both of your desserts look lovely, and company worthy.

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  3. Your panna cotta looks great and love the glasses you chose for it!

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  4. Your panna cotta looks great and love the glasses you chose for it!

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  5. I've been a bit behind on regular posting too, but am working on it :-)
    My chocolate lover thought the panna cotta was delicious.

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  6. Both your desserts look delicious! I enjoyed the tangerine cake and will be making the panna cotta next week.

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  7. two great desserts! I know what you mean...it's almost never hard for me to do the baking, but writing a post on time is a different story!

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  8. Your panna cotta looks lovely. The cake turned out great too. Looking forward to making the panna cotta next time.

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  9. Chocolate panna cotta is another way to showcase chocolate. Yours looks scrumptious.

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  10. Love the glasses you chose for the panna cotta :)

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  11. Like others have said, I love the glasses you used for your pannacotta! And that cake, yum! Great job on both!

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  12. I can't wait to try the panna cotta!
    That fluted cake was such a pleasant surprise, so simple yet delicious!

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