Revamp your pavlova recipes with a burst of spring, thanks to fresh mint and strawberries. These are the perfect mini sweets.
A treat for the eyes and tongue, whip up these coconut pavlovas filled with pineapple curd, whipped cream and fresh fruit.
This classic pavlova is crisp on the outside, and marshmallow-like on the inside. Fluffy, whipped cream, and fresh, macerated berries top it off.
Whip up a gorgeous winter pavlova with pomegranates seeds, pistachio brittle, and served with plenty of cardamom cream.
An elegant dessert with a multitude of beautiful textures, enjoy the crunch of meringue, the fluffiness of whipped cream, and the sweet juiciness of the strawberries with a hint of mint on top.
Layered with a malted chocolate pudding and ganache, this towering pavlova is sure to impress any sweet tooth.
A light, spiced meringue is layered with smooth mascarpone cream, cooked apples, and a salted caramel sauce. Who needs apple pie when there is pavlova?
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
A beautiful dessert to stun your eaters. Layered with a sweetened Crème fraîche and yogurt, this dessert is light, crisp, and simple for summer.
A marshmallowy, crispy meringue topped with vanilla cream. Add vibrant, tart pomegranate seeds and fresh flowers and you are ready to celebrate anything.
If any dessert represents summer, it’s definitely the one named after Russian ballerina Ana Pavlova.