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Mini pavlova

Hi my loves,

I hope you are all well. I have been loving getting into the kitchen more and creating some quick and easy recipes for you to enjoy with family and friends.

I have to say that I'm a bit of a fraud...because I'm not sure that you can call this recipe cooking but I know that sometimes the idea of dessert can be a bit daunting. If you are entertaining friends but don't want the pressure of baking, then this is a great dessert which is always a crowd pleaser. It's as pretty as a picture and it doesn't break the bank, so there is more money for the good stuff- like an accompanying dessert wine.

Pavlova is a well known dessert in the gluten free world because it naturally has non, which means its on most menus as the gluten free option.

A delicious and chewy meringue, combined with cream and berries- what's not to like?!

I often make the very grand lychee and passion fruit pavlova by Nigella for special occasions but it uses a lot of eggs and then we are forced to eat the left overs (my husband would say that not all hero's wear capes). Whereas with these mini pavlovas, you can make small individual ones and it's ready in 5 minutes! Keep reading to find the recipe.


Pack of mini meringue nests- most supermarkets sell these in packs of 8 and can be found in the baking section.

300ml double cream or dairy free alternative- I like coconut collab

mix of your favourite berries, washed and left to dry

runny honey


Plate individual merringues on to pretty dessert plates

whisk double cream until it forms stiff peaks- I would recommend using an electric whisk

add a mix of berries of choice- I like raspberries, blueberries and sliced strawberries

drizzle with honey- Eucalyptus honey is a lovely addition.

Serve with a glass of Moscato d'Asti- a semi sparkling dessert wine.

I hope you will enjoy and trust me- you can never go wrong with mini pavlova.

See you next time,

Lots of love,

Maya x

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