Lactose-free raspberry panna cotta

Lactose-free raspberry panna cotta

40 min
Light, creamy, fruity: Three words to describe delicious lactose-free raspberry panna cotta and make your taste buds tingle with excitement. With its great taste and easy-to-make cooking method, this small but delectable dessert fits every occasion possible. So, dish out a beautiful Italian-inspired treat with vibrant colouring.


  • Soak gelatine in plenty of cold water for 10 minutes.
  • Mash raspberries (save some for garnish) and heat in a saucepan with 2 tablespoons of water. Keep stirring while bringing to a boil.
  • Remove the saucepan from the heat and stir in gelatine. Leave to cool slightly.
  • Pour lactose-free yogurt into a bowl and add sugar and honey. When the raspberry mixture is slightly cooled, mix the two and stir thoroughly to combine.
  • Distribute the mixture in 4 pretty glasses and leave to set in the fridge for at least 2.5 hours.
  • Decorate with fresh raspberries and almond flakes before serving.

The creamy, velvety-smooth texture of the lactose-free raspberry panna cotta is half the pleasure. Therefore, we have a little neat trick to achieve the perfect consistency. When making your yogurt and raspberry mixture, consider straining the mixture to avoid any lumps or raspberry seeds.

Questions about lactose-free raspberry panna cotta

Do you have any questions about our lactose-free panna cotta recipe? Below, we share our answers to the most frequently asked questions about making your new favourite dessert.

Can you freeze lactose-free raspberry panna cotta?
Absolutely! Just make sure it is completely set before you place it in an airtight container in the freezer. Here, it will keep for about 1-2 months. Keep in mind that freezing it may cause changes in the texture and that the taste may fade a bit, so do not keep it in the freezer for too long. Let it thaw in the fridge when you are ready to enjoy it.
How long does lactose-free raspberry panna cotta last in the fridge?
A lactose-free raspberry panna cotta can keep for about 3-4 days in an airtight container in the fridge. Simply, make sure to store it in an airtight container to preserve its taste and texture.
How to serve lactose-free raspberry panna cotta?
Lactose-free raspberry panna cotta looks beautiful in decorative glasses. But if you serve it as part of a dessert buffet or at a brunch table you might want to serve them in smaller glasses so people get to try everything on the table. In such cases, you can use smaller glasses to make tiny treats.


Lactose-free yogurt
1 kilo
Gelatine sheets
100 g
3 tbsp
250 g
To serve
Almond flakes
50 g
Fresh raspberries

Make a delicious lactose-free raspberry panna cotta

Are you looking to impress a couple of guests or simply to indulge yourself with the treat of treats? Then making a delicious lactose-free raspberry panna cotta is an exceptional choice. It is an easy-to-make dessert that carries dream-like flavours and textures. Because of its versatile nature, we have decided to inject our recipe with a bit of personality. Not only is it lactose-free, so everyone can have their cravings satisfied, but it also has a fresh, fruity touch to it in the shape of lovely raspberries. Prepare to discover the perfect dessert for all occasions.

We love raspberries, and maybe you do too. Why not try delicious lactose-free raspberry overnight oats? Or maybe a fresh and fruity drink like our lactose-free banana and raspberry smoothie?

Same creamy texture and lovely flavour

Because we want everyone out there to be able to enjoy an unforgettable dessert, our panna cotta does not contain lactose. It has the same lovely flavours and dreamy creamy textures you know from the regular version though. The yogurt and raspberry mixture provides a lovely, smooth texture and a bit of tangy flavour that fits perfectly with the natural sweetness. Garnished with fresh raspberries and almond flakes, every spoonful is rife with wonderful flavours and creamy and crunchy textures. Being this tasty and easy to make, lactose-free raspberry panna cotta may be a contender for your new favourite dessert.