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Gluten and dairy free cereal milk panna cotta

Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time3 hrs 20 mins
Servings: 4 people


  • 1.5 cups gluten / dairy free cereal flakes I found this cereal at the health shop but also available for internationals on Iherb https://iherb.co/44bMouNF
  • 600 ml coconut milk I use Ayam. Best texture.
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup or honey
  • 1 tsp vanilla bean powder You can get the one I use from my Iherb pantry list https://iherb.co/3Lhq6w16
  • 1 tbsp (FLAT) powdered grass fed gelatin Vital Proteins grass fed is the best option from Aussie here http://bit.ly/EmporioOrganicoGelatin or Iherb internationally here https://iherb.co/34hGBSCi


  • Pour the coconut milk into a bowl with the cereal flakes and mix. Leave to sit for half an hour and go for a nice walk or pop your feet barefoot in the grass, with a cup of tea!
  • Strain the milk into a bowl and press the cereal flakes to extract most fo the milk still sitting in the soggy flakes. Pop your flakes in the freezer to use for your next batch of biscuits in the dough, or into the compost.
  • Heat a saucepan on medium and pour in the coconut milk, maple syrup and vanilla bean powder until the milk starts to bubble well on the sides.
  • Turn off the heat, sieve your gelatine through a tea strainer over the top of the milk and whisk it through so it's well combined. Pour out into whatever mould you fancy using. You can do 4 small ramekins or 1 larger tin as we did.

Make a berry compote on top

  • If you wanted to serve with a berry compote, simply defrost 2 cups mixed berries into a medium-heat saucepan add 1 tbsp maple syrup or honey and 1 tsp vanilla bean powder and stew for 5-10 minutes tops. Serve with the panna cotta by allowing guests to dollop onto it themselves - I'd never dare suggest messing with someone else's idea of a good ratio! ;-)
  • My chocolate mousse recipe has a delicious hazelnut praline as a part of it, which you could do with any type of nuts (macadamia is a nice subtle one for this panna cotta, so you could add that praline in for a bit of crunch https://www.lowtoxlife.com/3-ingredient-chocolate-mousse/
  • And a final idea, you could actually serve this for breakfast topped with granola, nuts, seeds, chia and berry compote or fresh mango in the summer time - options, options...