These chocolate pavlova shells are a little bit more elaborate than the plain meringue shells but aren’t much more difficult to make. You only mix in a tablespoon of sifted cocoa powder and fold in some chopped chocolate. The flavor is well worth it with the shells crispy on the outside and slightly chewy in the center. A really special dessert for those who love chocolate. Continue reading
These mini pavlovas are a perfect dessert for the holidays, light as clouds and topped with fresh berries – you couldn’t ask for more! Continue reading
Breakfast couldn’t be easier with this Overnight No-cook Chocolate Oatmeal Bowl. Just mix all the ingredients together the night before and the next morning you’re ready to go! Just add whatever toppings you have (or leave it plain). You’ll enjoy a filling and nutritious meal.
This Currant Berry Fluff is light as a cloud and calls for only three ingredients plus water. You can choose to serve it as a dessert or even breakfast – it’s quicker than making oatmeal. Children and adults will love it and who knows you might even add it to your comfort food list! Continue reading
This “watermelon pizza” is a simple and refreshing way to serve a fruit salad that also resembles a pizza! It’s also a great way to serve watermelon with berries. Continue reading
This sumptuous pavlova is surprisingly easy to make and makes an impressive party dessert. It was created by a New Zealand chef during the world tour of the famous ballerina Anna Pavlova in 1926. It has been a popular dessert ever since. This version has chocolate added to it which makes it even more irresistible! Continue reading
This is a lighter version of the classic “Lemon Bars”. The raspberries give it a refreshingly new flavor although any other berry could be used here. Continue reading