White Chocolate Panna Cotta Shooters with Raspberry Coulis

If you are not new on this site, you will know that I love all desserts that you can eat with a spoon: mousses, creams, trifles… and panna cotta!  I also like individual servings and I have been making these panna cotta shooters for a while now.  I often take them to friends’ houses for parties and get togethers as they are easy to transport and look cute!  They work great for potlucks too.  This panna cotta is made with white chocolate (my husband’s favourite) and it is topped with raspberry coulis… who here doesn’t think that white chocolate and raspberry were meant to be eaten together??  Enjoy!

White Chocolate Panna Cotta Shooters with Raspberry Coulis

5.0 from 3 reviews
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Italian
Serves: 8
White Chocolate Panna Cotta
  • 300 ml – 10 oz. cream
  • 100 ml – 3.5 oz. milk
  • 100 gms – 3.5 oz. white chocolate, roughly chopped
  • 65 gms – 2.3 oz. caster sugar
  • 3 sheets (6 gms – 0.2 oz.) of gelatine or 2 tsp of gelatine powder
Raspberry Coulis
  • 100 gms – 3.5 oz. raspberry (frozen)
  • 1.5 tbsp caster sugar
  • 2 tbsp water
  1. Put the gelatine sheets in a bowl filled with cold water for 10 minutes or until soft.
  2. Put the cream, milk and sugar in a pot and cook it on a slow fire until the mixture boils.
  3. Remove from the fire and add the chopped chocolate. Mix well until melted.
  4. Now squeeze the excess water from the gelatine sheets and add them to the hot chocolate cream. Mix well until completely incorporated.
  5. Strain the mixture into small shooter glasses.
  6. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours (or overnight) before serving.
  7. To make the raspberry coulis, heat up the raspberry and caster sugar together with the water until the sugar melts. Then blend and sieve to make the coulis (you may need to add a little water if the sauce is too thick).
  8. When the panna cotta is set, spoon the coulis on the top and serve.
You can also serve these as individual panna cotta.

2 White Chocolate Panna Cotta Shooters with Raspberry Coulis 7 (1 of 1)

Pin It

Related Posts:

This entry was posted in Desserts, Finger food, Fruits, Gluten Free, Italian, Sauces, Snack, Special Occasions and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.


  1. This looks fantastic! On our recent trip to Italy we ate so much panna cotta and this was one of my favorite flavor combos! Beautiful!

  2. Medeja says:

    Looks and sounds really great! Of course that white chocolate and raspberries are such a wonderful combination! :)

  3. mjskit says:

    You always make the BEST shooters! I can’t wait to try these! They sure look pretty!

  4. Adding these lovely treats to my limited dessert repertoire..

  5. Love panna cotta, have to try it using white chocolate:)

  6. Wish I could just reach in and grab one. Such a great idea.

  7. wok with ray says:

    Oohh, they are so beautiful, Manu! I would have treats like this anytime. :)

  8. Panna cotta is so delicate, I love this kind of dessert too, the ones you can eat with a spoon. And this one is perfect for summer time.

  9. Panna cotta is such a wonderful dessert, but I don´t remember ever making my own. Interesting to add white chocolate and make it even creamier. They are gorgeous!

  10. Ariane says:

    DELISH!!!! A must try. Thanks.

  11. clair says:

    Have just made these and now impatiently waiting for them to set!! My raspberry coulis turned out too thin rather than too thick maybe cos I used frozen raspberries? !
    How long do you reckon these will stay good in the fridge?
    Thanks for the recipe.

    • Manu says:

      Hi Clair! I think the coulis might be thin because of the frozen raspberries. You could boil it down to reduce it further if you like, but I prefer it thinner… ;-) These should keep well up to 3 days in the fridge. Enjoy! :-)

      • Clair says:

        These turned out great. Nice and firm and came out of the moulds easily. My guests were very impressed. Coulis tasted fab too.
        Wonderful recipe, off to check out more of your posts.

  12. Rodney says:

    May I know how is the texture supposed to be like? I tried making it and it turns out to be very creamy, when I scooped with a spoon it doesn’t have a shaky texture like jelly. I remembered trying some panna cotta outside having resebling like a jelly texture, did I do something wrong?

    • Manu says:

      It’s supposed to be like a jelly… wobbly, but firm enough to cut it. Maybe you didn’t use enough gelatine? Or the gelatine strength was low… Try and read the packet’s instructions and see how much they suggest using per cup/litre.

  13. Mireille says:

    I’m trying this today

  14. More than I can say, Panna cotta is a little bit complicated but nice

  15. Pingback: Vanilla Panna Cotta with Raspberry Sauce

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Rate this recipe: