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Canning jars are perfect for a healthy and delicious salad. The dressing goes on the bottom, with heavier or harder ingredients making up the next layer(s), perhaps topped off with some fresh leafy gr

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from The Pretty Blog

Brown Sugar & Espresso Pavlova with Figs and Nuts

Brown sugar + Espresso Pavlova recipe | Photography: Tasha Seccombe | Recipe: The Food Fox

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Fantasy Pavlova topped with luscious berries - perfect for Christmas in New Zealand! (Annabel Langbein). This is how I like my pav - loaded with berries on top of a blend of 50/50 sweetened whipped cream and greek yoghurt, just to cut down the richness a tad.

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from Wilde Orchard

Chocolate Salted Caramel Pavlova

Chocolate Salted Caramel Pavlova www.wildeorchard.co.uk

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Christmas: North vs South An Australian Christmas menu - Christmas Pavlova Wreath @christmaspavlova

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Just gorgeous: cranberry, orange and chocolate pavlovas.

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from The Happy Foodie

Prodigious Pavlova

Nigella Lawson's Prodigious Pavlova. A truly delicious dessert filled with meringue, marshmallow, whipped cream, lychees, passionfruit and topped off with a raspberry sauce.

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from delicious. magazine

Nigella Lawson’s chocolate raspberry pavlova

You can’t beat a summer pavlova recipe, especially a crisp-chewy meringue base, with nuggets of chocolate. The meringue provides an enticing layer beneath the cream and crimson raspberries.

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Blackcurrant pavlova - pink dye in meringue, topped in sweetened cream and blackcurrants. BC - 200 grams of blackcurrants, Juice of 1 lemon, 4 tablespoons of sugar, 1/2 tsp corn-starch - Wash and de-stalk currants, put into pan, add l.juice, boil for one min, add sugar mix til sugar is dissolved. Heat briefly, add corn starch mixed with few tablespoons of cold water. Bring to a boil and set aside. Fruits should be in syrup. If necessary, add a little more flour or water.

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