Matcha Panna Cotta

A smooth and creamy Matcha Panna Cotta recipe.  A delightful keto dessert that is sure to please a crowd and so simple to make!

Panna cottas are one of those desserts that is just so decadent tasting.

Keto and sugarfree matcha panna cotta served in a glass cup topped with whipping cream and a mint leave being scooped up with a spoon.

It’s smooth, creamy yet light in flavor and tastes like something that was too expensive for your wallet.

The good thing here is that you can make panna cotta right in your own kitchen.

Not to mention, it’s a very simple recipe that even a novice cook can achieve.

Follow the recipe below and learn how to make your own keto sugar free matcha panna cotta that’s simply so delicious and perfect to cure your sweet tooth.

What is Matcha Panna Cotta?

This keto matcha panna cotta is made from cream, monkfruit erythritol blend, matcha powder, vanilla extract and gelatin.

It has a rich and creamy pudding like texture similar to a mix between pudding and custard.

Keto and sugar free matcha panna cotta served in a glass cup topped with whipping cream and a mint leave.

What is monkfruit erythritol blend and why do you use it for this recipe?

Monkfruit erythritol blend is a blend of both monkfruit and erythritol that has 0 carbs and 0 calories.  It goes well with keto desserts because it’s sugar and carb free but works similar to sugar.

What is Japanese matcha powder?

Matcha powder finely ground powder made from green tea leaves that are specially grown in the shade which produces more theanine and caffeine.

Do you have any tips on how to make Keto Matcha Panna Cotta?

  • To ensure a very smooth dessert you can pour it through a fine strainer before letting it set.
  • Panna cotta will form a film and wrinkle when it is cooled.  Cover it with cling wrap before placing it into the refrigerator.
  • Another method is to serve it on a dish with the panna cotta flipped over to cover the wrinkle.
  • Serve it with a dollop of whipped cream.
  • Do not boil the panna cotta mixture.

Keto and sugar free matcha panna cotta served in a glass cup topped with whipping cream and a mint leave being scooped up with a spoon, top down shot.

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Now, let’s get started making this Matcha Panna Cotta recipe!

  • Prepping Time 10M
  • Cooling Time 4H
  • Total Time 4H10M
  • Net Carb/Serv ~4g
  • Servings 6

Ingredients

Directions

1) Gather all the ingredients.

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2) In a medium sauce pan, heat heavy cream, half & half and Monkfruit Erythritol Blend stirring frequently until boiling point.  Once heavy cream reaches boiling point, remove from heat immediately.

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3) Meanwhile, mix the Gelatin with water in a small mixing bowl until combined.

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4) Add Matcha into the medium sauce pan and whisk to fully dissolve the powder.

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5) Mix in the Gelatin and Vanilla Extract.  Stir to combine.

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6) Use a strainer to strain the mixture into 6 dessert cups.  This ensures a smooth panna cotta without any lumps.

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7) Refrigerate until mixture hardens (about 4 hours).

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Enjoy your keto Matcha Panna Cotta!

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Keto and sugar free matcha panna cotta served in a glass cup topped with whipping cream and a mint leave.

 

Keto and sugar free matcha panna cotta served in a glass cup topped with whipping cream and a mint leave.

 

Matcha Panna Cotta

A smooth and creamy Matcha Panna Cotta recipe. A delightful keto dessert that is sure to please a crowd and so simple to make!
5 from 5 votes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Asian Fusion, Japanese, Worldwide
Keyword: keto dessert recipe, panna cotta recipe
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cooling Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 10 minutes
Servings: 6
Print Recipe
Calories: 305kcal

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Heavy Cream
  • 1 Cup Half & Half
  • 1/4 Cup Monkfruit Erythritol Blend
  • 1 tbsp Gelatin one envelope
  • 2 tbsp Water
  • 1 tsp Matcha Powder
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Instructions

  • Gather all the ingredients.
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (1)
  • In a medium sauce pan, heat heavy cream, half & half and Monkfruit Erythritol Blend stirring frequently until boiling point. Once heavy cream reaches boiling point, remove from heat immediately.
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (4)
  • Meanwhile, mix the gelatin with water in a small mixing bowl until combined.
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (7)
  • Add Matcha into the medium sauce pan and whisk to fully dissolve the powder.
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (33)
  • Mix in the gelatin and vanilla extract. Stir to combine.
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (34)
  • Use a strainer to strain the mixture into 6 dessert cups. This ensures a smooth panna cotta without any lumps.
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (35)
  • Refrigerate until mixture hardens (about 4 hours).
    Matcha Panna Cotta Recipe (16)

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Nutrition

Calories: 305kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 30g | Saturated Fat: 19g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 113mg | Sodium: 58mg | Potassium: 60mg | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 1200IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 52mg | Iron: 1mg
*Values Based Per Serving
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4 Comments

  1. Christine Cuff

    I’m so thrilled I came across your website this morning! I’ve been missing Asian food, especially Japanese, ever since I decided to go low carb/ Keto 4 months ago.

    • LowCarbingAsian

      So glad you found us!! That’s exactly why we started this website! We never could find any keto/low carb Asian recipes, so we just decided to make our own recipes/website!! We still have plenty of recipes to get to, so make sure you check back often!!

  2. Would it be okay to use 3 cups of heavy cream instead of 2 cups heavy cream + 1 cup half and half? I’d like to cut out carbs where I can, but I’m wondering if that substitution will ruin the texture. Excited to try this one out–especially now that I finally have ground matcha powder! Thank you! 🙂

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