Coconut, Basil and Lime Panna Cotta

Serves 4

Coconut, Basil and Lime Panna Cotta

Consider this cooling panna cotta after a spicy Thai curry. Employ Thai (purple) basil for the zippiest result, though regular basil works just as well. Agar is a tasteless seaweed derivative that sets liquids much like gelatin, but it’s suitable for plant-based diets. You can find agar flakes at many health food stores.

Tip: Thyme + lemon

A thyme and lemon version of this versatile panna cotta, garnished with fresh raspberries, would be equally stunning.

In each delicious serving: 95 calories | 1 g protein | 5 g fat | 12 g carbs (3 g sugar, 1 g fiber) | 88 mg sodium

Source: Sweet + Savory Desserts

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