Mini Berry Pavlovas
In my first post on this blog (a whole three months ago), I wrote about one of my mum’s staple desserts - tiramisu. Well, the best part of her tiramisu is that it always left plenty of egg whites ready to be whipped up into crisp-on-the-outside-chewy-on-the-inside-meringues.
Topped with lashings of whipped cream and fresh berries, pavlova was my all-time-favourite dessert growing up.
This is my take on my mum’s classic recipe. I call these ‘mini’, but there really isn’t anything mini about them. These pavlovas are perfect for serving as individual desserts, particularly if, like me, you’re not a fan of sharing food.
The best part is, they really take no time at all to make and you can top them with anything you like - though, in my opinion, this classic berry combination takes some beating.
To ensure your meringues are the same size, you can use a cookie cutter to draw circles on the baking paper before - this also prevents any arguments over the biggest one!