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The Smoothie Lover
The Smoothie Lover
07. 07. 2014

Skinny Greek Yoghurt Pana Cottas with berries and heathy caramelized almonds || The Smoothie Lover

Back home from a gray Roskilde Festival I was craving something fresh and something yoghurt for breakfast. And what could be better than skinny yoghurt pana cotta? Nothing right.

I’ve been enjoying a lot of delicious food down at Roskilde the last couple of days – because after the music site opened Thursday (before that it was only the camping areas which were open), you suddenly had access to a lot of super delicious food.

The food down there is in general very nice. In order for a food stall to get a space at the festival it has to be quality. So a lot of the food is either organic or unprocessed. Just how I like it!

Oh, and you can get vegetarian everywhere. So nice. Yesterday I had the most wonderful barley risotto with peas. I was en heaven. I mean… just check out the pic further down this post.

Skinny Greek Yoghurt Pana Cottas with berries and heathy caramelized almonds || The Smoothie Lover Skinny Greek Yoghurt Pana Cottas with berries and heathy caramelized almonds || The Smoothie Lover

I hope you’ve all had an amazing summer week last week. With lots of berries and ice cream! My brother and I bought 5 trays of strawberries yesterday. Whoops ;) They were so cheap. The entire festival was closing, so the food stall sold them for only 5DKK each (less than a dollar). My brother and I are the biggest fans of strawberries so we were in heaven!

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As people leave the festival all sorts of funny things happens to the tents, chairs, shoes, madrases etc. Doing crazy stuff is just a part of the festival ;)

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Because they were closing one of the shops sold strawberries for only 5DKK (less than a dollar)! My brother whom visited on Sunday bought 5 trays. Whoops

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Barley-otto. Yummmm!!

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The closest you can get at the biggest stage – Orange Stage for the Trentemøller concert. Nice!

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The lovely and crazy people from my musical team before the Arctic Monkeys concert.

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A R C T I C M O N K E Y S

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Aaaand Stevie Wonder on a lazy and tired last day of the Festival. Such a great mood.

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BASTILLE!!!!! THE best concert. Oh my, it was A M A Z I N G

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Lots of amazing concerts (I saw more than just the three pictured above), lots of sun (I’ve gotten a serious tan line on my shoulder), lots of happy people and lots of delicious food. Wonderful start on the vacation.

And now to the wonderful start on the not-festival-part of the vacation: these lovely healthy skinny berry dessert. These cups are incredibly easy to throw together and they taste just amazing. Full of antioxidants from the berries, which I either just picked from the garden or bought yesterday at Roskilde.

Skinny Greek Yoghurt Pana Cottas with berries and heathy caramelized almonds || The Smoothie Lover Skinny Greek Yoghurt Pana Cottas with berries and heathy caramelized almonds || The Smoothie Lover

Btw – I’m going to London tomorrow with my great friends Marie and Signe. I’m so exited! But it means another four days away from my beloved blogging world. Follow me on Instagram for pics from the trip :D

Have a wonderful week everyone!

Skinny Yoghurt Panna Cotta with berries and caramelized almonds

Yield: 4

Ingredients

  • 3 gelatine sheets
  • Enough water to cover the gelatin sheets
  • 2 tbsp. extra water
  • 1 cup (250mL) low fat greek yoghurt
  • 2 tbsp. honey
  • 50g. (1/3 cup) almonds
  • 2 tbsp. honey
  • 400 grams of berries (I used red raspberries, red raspberries, cherries, strawberries, blueberries and black currant)

Instructions

  1. Cover the gelatine sheets completely in water and let soak for 10 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile mix together honey and greek yoghurt in a big bowl. Drain the gelatin sheets and melt in a small pot together with the two tablespoons of water. Carefully pour into the yoghurt mixture stirring constantly to prevent lumps. Pour into 4 glasses, cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.
  3. Chop the almonds coarsely. On a non-stick pan melt the honey. Add on the almonds and caramelize for 5-10 minutes stirring often. Pour out onto a piece of non-stick paper to cool.
  4. Rinse the berries and cut bigger berries into smaller pieces.
  5. Add the berries on top of the yoghurt pans cottas and top with caramelized almonds.
  6. Serve right away or cover and refrigerate until you'll serve it. The pana cottas are best they day they're made.
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12 Responses to “Skinny Yoghurt Panna Cotta with berries”

  1. Wow, Roskilde festival looks like so much fun! These yogurt panna cottas look delicious! :D

  2. Seriously wishing I was at that festival….or enjoying one of those Panna Cottas…they look incredible! :)

  3. dina says:

    great healthy dessert!

  4. Mary Frances says:

    What a fun festival! Great music, awesome friends, cheap strawberries, um, that sounds like an awesome summer to me! You have THE most gorgeous photos Josefine. I’m so impressed every time!

  5. I’m soooo jealous of you right now! That festival sounds like everything I wnt in life (SO thinking of going there next year hehehe), and all the food sounds amazing! Cheap strawberries are life *.*
    So glad that you had such a fantastic time!! Also, I hope you have a wonderful trip to London and get to eat loooots of yummy food ;)
    These panna cottas look super delish and I love that they’re healthy too! I’d love me one for breakfast right now! xx

  6. Josefine, this panna cotta looks amazing and your photos are gorgeous! I did laugh at the lawn chairs photo though – great shot!

  7. These look amazing! Your photos are absolutely wonderful!! The festival looks like so much fun! Have a great time in London :) I’ve always wanted to go there!

  8. That festival looks like so much fun! I saw the Arctic Monkeys a few months ago and they were so good live. And those berries look AMAZING! I can’t wait for yummy summer fruits to come in season here in another few months :)

  9. Gitte says:

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