Adapted from Secrets of My Tuscan Kitchen by Judy Witts
I love this dessert and the great thing about Panna cotta is that it needs to be made in advance, the perfect do-ahead dessert. You can make them up to two days ahead and keep them well-covered and chilled. For gelatin-related questions, read my Tips for Using Gelatin. You can find instructions for using sheet gelatin at the end of the recipe.
I’ve not used non-dairy milks, such as soy, coconut, oatmeal or nut milks, but I am sure they would work with this recipe. For alternatives to using regular gelatin, check the links at the end of the recipe. To make buttermilk Panna cotta, substitute buttermilk for a little more than half of the heavy cream that's called for. Heat only the cream. Then, in step 4, let the mixture cool until tepid, and stir in the buttermilk.
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