Mouthwatering Pavlova

Mouthwatering Pavlova

Mouthwatering Pavlova A light and healthy dessert choice to promote healthy living. Healthy Vegetarian Recipe This mouthwatering pavlova recipe was passed down from my aunt to my mother years ago. Trying to implement more fresh fruits in our diet, we decided to put the heavy dark chocoholic cake, butterfingers, and Oreos aside and give this lighter and healthier dessert a try. While it still contains a fair amount of sugar, this could be replaced with coconut palm sugar for a more nutritious treat. I must admit that I have not yet been able to try coconut palm sugar in my cooking. I look forward to using up my latest bag of refined sugar so that I can try implementing coconut sugar into my recipes. It is really difficult to stop at just one mouthwatering pavlova because it seems like such a light dessert. This is a close up of how the merengue for the pavlova will look when thoroughly mixed. It is simple to shape the merengue as seen above. Once the merengue is baked it will turn slightly golden indicating it is done. Above are six mouthwatering pavlova on a cookie sheet to bake. The finished result is slightly golden with a very light tint of pink around the outer crust. After the pavlova is cooled it is time to fill it with cream and top it with fruit. A close up of the completed dish shows how perfectly these ingredients tie together. Yum, your mouthwatering pavlova is complete and ready to eat! Ingredients 4 room temperature egg whites Pinch cream of tartar 1 1/3 c. super fine...
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