BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter

Recipe and photograph courtesy of BerryWorld

BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter

BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter. Hello friends.

So do you fancy making this beautiful BerryWorld Mixed berry pavlova over Easter?

This pavlova is indulgent but light. The lemon curd gives it a lovely citrus flavour. Add mini Easter eggs to impress guests on Easter weekend. So yummy.

How To Make A BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova:

Serves: 8-10

Prep time: 30 minutes plus 2 hours cooling
Cooking time: 10 minutes

You’ll Need:

4 large egg whites

200g caster sugar, plus 1 tsp for marinating

1 tsp corn flour

500g double cream

2 tbsp lemon curd

1 tbsp icing sugar plus extra for dusting

400g mixed berries

What To Do:

1.) Firstly, pre-heat oven to 130°C.

2.) Using an electric whisk, whip the egg whites until they become stiff. Gradually add spoonfuls of sugar, whisking well in between each spoonful, until all the sugar is combined, and the whites are stiff and glossy.

3.) Spoon the meringue onto a baking sheet lined with silicone paper and spread into a circle. Build up the sides of the pavlova so when cooked, there will be a well in the centre for the cream.

4.) Place on the middle shelf of the oven for 1 hour. To Prepare the fruit, slice the strawberries and combine them in a bowl with the other berries and 1tsp caster sugar and set aside or marinate.

5.) After 1 hour turn off the oven and leave the meringue in to cool. It should be crisp and slightly golden, but it will still be soft in the middle. When it’s cool, carefully slide off the paper onto a serving plate.

6.) Beat the cream to soft peaks and spread in the middle of the pavlova. Drip and drizzle the lemon curd over and top with the berries and give it a final dusting of icing sugar and serve.

Note: Make sure the bowl and whisk you use for the egg whites are very clean. If there’s any residual grease or oil on them it will inhibit the volume of the meringue.

BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter

BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter:

*Recipe and photograph courtesy of BerryWorld*

So what do you think of this BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter?

Do you also fancy making one?

BerryWorld Mixed Berry Pavlova For Easter

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Claire Justine
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  1. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    29 March 2018 / 2:55 PM

    I'm dying to try a pavlova! This one is perfect for Easter!

    • 30 March 2018 / 6:41 AM

      I love pavlova with cream and berries Heather 🙂

  2. Sheltie Times
    29 March 2018 / 4:40 PM

    Looks tasty

  3. Anonymous
    29 March 2018 / 5:49 PM

    Looks delicious. I would love to tr some.

  4. Tamar SB
    30 March 2018 / 12:08 AM

    How pretty!

  5. Tristan Robin Blakeman
    31 March 2018 / 12:41 PM

    This looks beautiful! I've never had this dessert before – is it named after the prima ballerina?Thanks for sharing – I'm sure I'll never make one – but if I see it on a menu, I'll know what it is and be sure to order one!Happy Pink Saturday!

    • 2 April 2018 / 9:24 AM

      Thanks for stopping by Tristan. If you ever seen one on the menu, I would recommend trying one. They taste amazing 🙂

  6. Anonymous
    2 April 2018 / 3:24 PM

    This looks beautiful. Love it.

  7. The Charm of Home
    3 April 2018 / 11:35 PM

    How pretty! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  8. Zaa
    12 April 2018 / 4:08 PM

    I had ”Pavlova " for the first time in Australia and instantly fell in love ( m-m-m- good.) It such a heavenly dessert and especially with mixed berries… It has just the right amount of tang and sweetness, so a warm summer night recipe looks fabulous… Thanks for sharing.

    • Claire
      2 June 2018 / 10:40 AM

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  9. Cherryl Ehlenburg
    18 April 2019 / 12:17 AM

    Oh, I love Pavlova! I will definitely be making this!

  10. 18 April 2019 / 12:26 PM

    Oh my goodness this looks amazing- fresh berries are the best. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!

  11. 19 April 2019 / 4:23 AM

    Yum, this looks fantastic! Happy Easter, Kippi

  12. Alice V-DIYerfy
    19 April 2019 / 12:25 PM

    this is an eye-catcher and I bet it is delicious too. What is caster sugar? Not sure if I can find that in my grocery store. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us at #OMHGWW!

    • 20 April 2019 / 9:14 AM

      Hi Alice, caster sugar is sugar grounded down a bit so it is finer 🙂

  13. 21 April 2019 / 9:43 PM

    This catches my eye EVERY time you share it –
    Happy Easter dear Claire! 🙂

  14. 1 April 2021 / 6:35 PM

    Looks like a delicious Easter dessert. I love berries. Thanks for sharing this with Fiesta Friday!

  15. 2 April 2021 / 6:55 AM

    What a lovely alternative to chocolate at Easter Claire. It looks delicious!!
    Thank you for sharing your Easter mixed berry pavlova recipe at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring this recipe at tonight’s party and pinning too.
    Happy Easter,

    • 16 April 2021 / 3:31 PM

      Thank you so much for hosting and the feature. I have been away so I will hop over now 🙂

    • 16 April 2021 / 3:46 PM

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by Helen 🙂

  16. 8 April 2021 / 9:08 PM

    This treat looks incredible! Beautiful and delicious! I’ll be featuring it at this weekend’s Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Link Party! Thanks so much for partying with us!

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