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An Aussie great, this is extremely the best pavlova formula ever! Make a point to track with my tips and traps so you can make the best pavlova at home easily! Ideal for summer and special festivals, wow your visitors with this lovely pastry! 

pavlova finished with new berries and cream on a wooden round antique board on blue backgroundSave 

IT'S FINALLY HERE!!!! The best pavlova formula ever, and I am SO eager to impart this formula to you today! 

I've been needing to make this on the blog for essentially perpetually, however just never got around to taking the photographs of the completed pav! In any case, here it is, and I am so pleased to impart to you today, what is my most loved Aussie dessert! 

Not to boast, yet I am the pavlova ace in my family. I've been attempting and testing my pavlova abilities throughout recent years, and for reasons unknown, I'm the special case that at any point appeared to take care of business after numerous endeavors! I'll recollect forget my sibling frustratingly call me, inquiring as to why his pavlovas never turned out like mine! Well today, you'll become familiar with my mystery tips and traps for making pavlova. 

Pavlova is a formula that we for the most part make for Christmas back at home. It's the ideal summer dessert since it's chilly, light and typically stacked high with berries! I generally make it at Christmas time in the US to convey a smidgen of home to our vacation season. 

This sweet has additionally wowed a ton of our companions at home and at gatherings. My bestie Eve requested I made her a pavlova for her birthday, and we've accepted it to different gatherings as our mark dessert. I can't tally how frequently Americans have totally lost their mind tasting it beseeching me for the formula.


  • 6 egg whites, at room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups granulated/caster sugar
  • pinch salt
  • 3 tsp cornflour/cornstarch
  • 1 tsp white vinegar
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1 cup cream, for whipping
  • strawberries or other fresh berries, for serving

  1. Preheat oven to 300F/150C
  2. In a large, clean bowl, whisk together the egg whites until stiff peaks form. 
  3. Gradually add sugar, 1/4 of a cup at a time and whisk after each addition for about 1 minute. Whisk until sugar has dissolved. To test to see if it's dissolved, gently rub a little bit of the meringue mixture between your fingers. If it's grainy, keep whisking. 
  4. After the last of the sugar has been added, whisk on high for 3 minutes. The mixture should be very thick and glossy.
  5. Combine the cornflour/cornstarch, vinegar and vanilla essence in a very small bowl. 
  6. Add to the meringue mixture and whisk until just combined. 
  7. Line a 12" round pizza tray with a piece of baking paper/parchment paper cut into a circle. 
  8. Start scooping out the meringue mixture, forming a circle roughly 8-9" in diameter.
  9. Use a spatula, to gently start shaping your pavlova. Start at the bottom and gently make nice neat lines moving toward the top of the pavlova (see image). 
  10. Reduce oven temperature to 250F/120C and place pavlova in the oven on the middle shelf.
  11. Cook for 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes. Turn on oven light to see the pavlova. The pavlova should be lightly browned. If you to, quickly open the oven door and touch the pavlova. It should be dry to the touch. 
  12. Turn off the oven, and leave the pavlova in the oven with the door closed for 3 hours until the pavlova is cooled down.
  13. To serve, whip the cream, and gently spoon into the centre of the pavlova. Top with fresh berries. 

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