This is my grandma’s (Katie) recipe that she taught all her grand kids to cook. We all live in different cities and countries now, but I know we will all have Katie’s pavlova on the Christmas table this year.


Ingredients (serves 8 | makes 1 large pavlova )

  • 2 Large eggs
  • 1 1/2 cups Castor sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Cornflour
  • 1 teaspoon Malt vinegar
  • 3 Tablespoons Boiling water
  • Whipped cream
  • Strawberrys, raspberries and pomegranate
  • Mint to decorate

Method

  1. Beat all together on high for 8 minutes
  2. On baking paper, trace around round tins to create wreath and pour mixture onto baking paper, so it follows the wreath
  3. Fan bake 150 degrees celius for 1 hour. Let the pav cool in the oven (overnight)

Notes... You can make the pavlova into any sharp you want but looks great on the Christmas table as a Wreath. You can also choose whatever topping take your fancy. My other favourite is kiwifruit or passionfruit.

  • So pretty. Almost too good to eat !

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  • Thanks for sharing your recipe for pav looks great.

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  • Such a easy fruity Xmas pavlova to enjoy! Thanks!

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  • Who doesn’t love a pavlova!? This so Christmassy looking, a creative twist for the festive season

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  • A pavlova Christmas wreath is such an awesome festive idea and the finished pavlova looks so spectacular.

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  • oh what a lovely centerpiece – so bright and fresh a great addition to the christmas feast


    • An edible and delicious centre piece – my favourite kind of centre piece! :)

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  • Great way to make and design a pavlova for Christmas, love it!

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  • This looks lovely and passing down a family recipe is always a great way of bringing family separated by distance.

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  • Looks stunning!

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  • I love this it looks beautiful

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  • This pavlova looks lovely as a wreath; beautiful Christmas tradition.

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  • A fabulous Christmas pavlova,it look’s amazing,thanks!

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  • What a lovely tradition. Really nice to know that the same cake will be eaten in different parts of the world at Christmas time!!

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