Happy Mother’s Day: Baby Formula Panna Cotta With Baby Food Wine Sauce

As you guys know, Mother’s Day is coming up next Sunday.

If you didn’t know, this is my reminder to you. Mother’s Day is a very important day to celebrate, because mothers are important people. The reason why mothers are important is because children are assholes. You started as a little squirming human tomato that only ate, slept, cried, and took massive dumps in your own clothing. Your mother (well, most of your mothers) fed you, cleaned most of the poo off of you, and hugged you when you needed to be hugged, which, as a baby, is all the time. Then, as you grew up, your mother taught you not to torch down the neighbor’s house because the shitty kid next door called you a “farthead.”

As you guys can imagine, my mother is a saint, and made me into the well-adjusted adult I am today. A well-adjusted adult who appears to be known as “The Guy That Cooks Penises.” Your mother, on the other hand, was a dirty, dirty, person last night.

Some of you were raised on boob juice, otherwise known as breast milk. Others of you were raised on baby formula, which is boob juice simulator. To celebrate motherhood, I decided to cook a delicious dessert to feed your mother, one that celebrates mother’s milk. There are many desserts that celebrate milk, but one of them in particular, panna cotta, is almost all milk-based.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Ingredients

Panna cotta is a dessert that simply combines milk, cream, sugar, and gelatin, to basically create a sort of milk Jell-O. It is an Italian dessert that means “cooked cream.” Real creative name, Italians. Real creative.

For the milk component, I chose a cow’s milk-based baby formula. I think it’s great that we feed children milk from other animal breasts because that only makes sense. I seriously considered getting real breast milk from Craigslist or a cool website like this, but I decided ingesting someone else’s secretions might not be a good idea, and asking my friend’s wives was an even worse (yet better) idea.

Panna cotta is often served with a fruit sauce, so in this case, I decided it would be good to continue shopping in the baby food aisle, and I purchased fruit puree. There’s nothing creepy about a single guy doing his own food shopping in the baby food aisle.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Bloom Gelatin

To start, you need to bloom some gelatin in cold water. Gelatin is what keeps a panna cotta together. Sex is what keeps your mother and I together. If you put gelatin in hot water it gets all messed up and it turns into gluey strings, much like horse semen, so don’t do that. Once the gelatin is hydrated, you can dissolve it on low heat in a saucepan.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Pouring Formula

Next, measure out two cups of baby formula and one cup of cream.

I drank some baby formula and decided that this dessert is actually revenge on mothers for making children drink this shit. It tastes like SlimFast without any flavoring in it. Don’t pretend you don’t know what SlimFast tastes like. Everyone tries it at least once to come to the conclusion it is better to eat pizza and continue to be chubby. People who say that SlimFast works are lying. Basically, baby formula tastes like metallic coffee creamer. No wonder why kids continue to grow up to only want to eat shitty food.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Gelatin Into Cream

Heat the cream and baby formula with some sugar, add vanilla extract, and pour in the warm gelatin mixture. At this point I was pondering why there aren’t breast milk bars because I could see hipsters enjoying something stupid like that. Then I pictured a bunch of mustachioed guys in plaid standing around talking about mouthfeel and artisanal breast milk and I got real mad.

 

From Engrish.com. Thanks, pals!

Why isn’t this cute when I do it? I tried it at Kohl’s once and I wasn’t allowed back unless I put on a Guy Fieri costume. Because of me, Guy Fieri is now also banned from all Kohl’s department stores.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Mold

Once everything is mixed, put the baby formula mixture in cool-shaped bowls to set up. This particular bowl is usually filled to the brim with ranch dressing, which your mother sucks off my toes on Wednesdays. We call that “Dippin’ Wednesdays.”

Panna cotta needs to set for about 6 hours in the refrigerator before it can be served, so go do something productive like have a nice long 6 hour cry.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Baby Food Wine Sauce

Take the baby food fruit puree, made from beets, pear, and pomegranate, pour Franzia box wine into it, along with some sugar, and let it reduce down into a thick grainy sauce. As many of you know, mommy’s idea of juice is wine. Mommies drink wine when daddy talks about how he saw the neighbor’s wife sunbathing in a bikini in their yard and now he can’t look at her in the same way anymore.

I think combining children’s food with alcohol is generally a very sound culinary idea. Children’s food usually tastes like shit, so you might as well get a hangover from eating it.

Baby Formula Panna Cotta Finished

Panna cotta is a little tricky to get out of a mold, so you need to dip the mold into warm water in order to coax it out. I put it on my cheap shitty plate, added the baby food wine sauce to it, and grated fresh lemon zest on top.

This thing looks terrible. It looks like tofu that’s been topped with blood. Sometimes I like to say I celebrate culinary failures, but that’s only to make myself feel better when my food ends up being gross. Harvey thinks it’s hilarious, though. Harvey’s an asshole.

 Baby Formula Panna Cotta Finished Closeup

It tasted better than it looks. The baby formula custard was extremely smooth and sweet, cut by the acid from the wine in the baby food fruit puree. The panna cotta itself still had a slightly metallic aftertaste, which is curious. Maybe baby formula has metal shavings in it. You’d think that a beet, pear, and pomegranate blend would taste pretty good, but the mistake is in the beets. The beets made the sauce taste like sweet dirt with wine in it. Fuck you, Beech-Nut. You make gross baby food. You’re taking advantage of dumb babies. Actually, you’re taking advantage of dumb parents who think they are being cute by feeding them weird adult-like food.

Maybe next time I’ll put actual blood on it.

In any case, do something nice for your mother next Sunday. Show her this blog, and tell her that at least you didn’t grow up to be me. It’ll be the best Mother’s Day gift she can ever have.

The recipe is below and contains some very special instructions so read carefully.

The Baby Formula Panna Cotta with Baby Food Wine Sauce

For the Panna Cotta:

  • 1/4 cup cold water
  • 1 packet unflavored gelatin
  • 2 cups baby formula
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

For the Baby Food Wine Sauce:

  • 8 oz. fruit-based baby food of your choice (fuck you Beech-Nut)
  • 4 oz. gross red wine
  • 1/4 cup sugar

For the panna cotta:

Pour the cold water into a small saucepan. Fart constantly. Sprinkle the powdered gelatin in an even layer over the water and let sit for two minutes or until all the granules have been hydrated. Heat gently and stir until gelatin is dissolved. Remove from heat. Take off your pants and do jumping jacks.

In a medium saucepan, combine baby formula, heavy cream, and sugar, and heat until the mixture is hot but not quite boiling. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract. Pour in gelatin and water mixture. Keep farting.

Pour equal amounts of mixture into 6 ramekins or small bowls and let chill in refrigerator until set, about 6 hours up to overnight.

For the sauce:

Drink a shitload of the gross wine and vomit twice. In a small saucepan, combine baby food, wine, and sugar. Heat on low until thickened. Chill in refrigerator until cold and serve with panna cotta. Don’t stop farting. I didn’t tell you to stop farting.

 

 

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  12 comments for “Happy Mother’s Day: Baby Formula Panna Cotta With Baby Food Wine Sauce

  1. May 4, 2015 at 11:14 PM

    There was recently a scandel that online breast milk was stepped on with cow milk. The horror! So its good you didn’t waste your hard earned cash on a diluted product. Also Harvey and Wildebeest will have to hang out if I’m ever in Chicago

    • Dennis Lee
      May 5, 2015 at 1:36 PM

      Harvey would love to hang out with Wildebeest. I’ve been known to hang out with Pizzle fans in person before — so, who knows what trouble we could get into?!

    • deserts4perverts
      May 5, 2015 at 10:59 PM

      Made this and can’t stop farting. Severe stomach pains and dizziness as well. Going to the Urgent Care now for help and bringing your fucking article with me. You need to tell people not to actually make this shit. Someone might fucking die.

      Side note – I used Manischewitz table wine in the sauce and it really brought some class to the table in an otherwise crap recipe by Chef Penis.

      • Dennis Lee
        May 6, 2015 at 8:29 AM

        Noah, for God’s sake, did you really make this? If you did, I am proud of you.

  2. Emma
    May 12, 2015 at 8:07 AM

    I made this for my mom on Mother’s Day, and she kicked me out of the house… I’m not sure what went wrong.

  3. Jim
    January 26, 2016 at 11:27 AM

    Crikey, Dude. Sex is what keeps your mother and _me_ together. Not “your mother and I”.

    That item settled, I must commend you for having sex with so many readers’ mothers. You are a credit to the food writers of the world!

    • Dennis Lee
      January 26, 2016 at 1:48 PM

      Your grammar correction has been noted. I am feeling very lazy. However, the mothers of the world need love and I have stepped up to the plate for such endeavors.

  4. Keef
    April 28, 2016 at 8:24 AM

    Most baby formula is fortified with iron, which could account for the horrible metallic taste that your pannacotta was infused with.

    • Dennis Lee
      April 28, 2016 at 12:39 PM

      That is more than likely the case. I typically just drink it straight from the tap, from your mother’s wrinkled teat, which still runs like a faucet, and I’m fairly certain that is not milk.

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