Mini Pavlovas with Lemon Curd

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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5 from 5 reviews

Mini Pavlovas are gluten free, crunchy on the outside with a softer, chewy inside. They are topped with lemon curd, whipped cream and berries.

Mini Pavlovas

Mini Pavlovas with Lemon Curd

Super cute Mini Pavlovas that taste even better than they look! I used to be scared of making meringue. However, after I made my Ombre Meringue Cake I was blown away at how easy it actually is.

Mini Pavlovas look so chic, they are the perfect easy fancy dessert anyone can do. You need only 2 ingredients and a very powerful mixer to make the mini pavlovas. After that, you just have to decide on what toppings you will use. If you are feeling fancy you can make your own sweet sauce or lemon curd, if you are out of time, store bough will work just fine!

Mini Pavlovas

The Mini Pavlovas are that type of dessert that you have to put it in the oven and forget about it, isn’t that nice? These bites of heaven turned out perfect, crispy on the outside with a slightly soft and chewy middle. This is one of the most delicious gluten free desserts you can serve to your friends. If you want to take them to a party, just like I did, just carefully lay them. s in a large enough aluminum pan that has a lid. Then, pack your desired toppings, and all you have to do is whip some cream, garnish and serve.

Why you will love this Mini Pavlovas

  • First, the pavlovas desserts are perfectly baked, crunchy on the outside, with the perfect middle.
  • Also, the whipped cream by itself is addicting, and adds a lot of texture to them.
  • In addition, the cookies have lots of raspberries, which just give them pop of color.
  • Lastly, the cookies are absolutely gorgeous, and a show stopper dessert.

Mini PavlovasI drizzled mine with some yellow candy melts, just for a pop of color, a little chocolate never hurts. For the toppings I used Raspberry Hibiscus preserves on half of the Mini Pavlovas, and on the others I used lemon curd. Top everything with soft and tender vanilla bean whipped cream and fresh berries.

The Mini Pavlovas may look adorable, but don’t be afraid to make a mess. Once you grabbed one crush it in your plate so all the flavors and textures mix together, creating the most amazing combo!

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Mini Pavlovas

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 25 servings
Prep time: 30 minutes Cook time: 1 hour Total time: 1 hr 30 mins

Ingredients

Mini Pavlovas:

Whipped Cream:

Toppings:

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Nutrition information

Calories: 172 Carbohydrates: 35 Protein: 3 Fat: 2 Saturated Fat: 0 Cholesterol: 79 Sodium: 38 Potassium: 72 Fiber: 0 Sugar: 34 Vitamin A: 155 Vitamin C: 2.5 Calcium: 38 Iron: 0.5
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Sues

I just made mini pavlovas for my first time, which is crazy since I have a serious pavlova obsession. They're so much fun!! And these ones are beautiful- I love that lemon curd!

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Aren't they delicious! Its one of my fave dessert too!

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Rog Willis

These pavlovas look amazing! I really want to make these when we move into our house!

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Lisa Joy Thompson

I've never had pavlova or lemon curds, but this looks and sounds awesome! I'll have to try this!

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Stephanie Stebbins

These look so yum! I've never tried pavlovas before but I am definitely going to give these a try. Thank you for the recipe!

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Fatima Torres

I've never tried mini pavlovas before, but it looks delicious. I'd like to give these a try sometime

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Sherry

I really want to try these. They look so delicious with the fresh berries and whipped cream on top.

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Toni

These are really nice treat! My kids won't be able to stop eating these!

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Natalie

These are beautiful. I love addition of lemon curd. Definitely something i will try. Lovely recipe!

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Monica

I have never heard of pavlovas. I would love to try making these! Lemon curd sounds amazing.

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