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Toffee Pavlova

Toffee Pavlova - theskinnyfoodco

Serves: 10 | Prep Time: 30 Minutes | Bake Time 55 Minutes | Total Time: 85 Minutes | Calories: 213Kcal Per Serving 


If you're wanting to make the perfect dinner party dessert recipe, then this is definitely for you, this crisp meringue dessert is topped with our best-selling Chocaholic toffee spread with a gooey marshmallow meringue base and fresh cream, there's nothing quite like this luxury delicious dessert. 


 For this recipe, an Electric whisk is advised, but not required.


4 egg whites

180g caster sugar 

1 tsp cornflour 

1 tsp white vinegar 

300ml double cream 

50g Skinny Toffee Chocaholic spread


Toffee Pavlova Recipe 

  1.  In a large mixing bowl whisk the egg whites until it begins to stiffen and soft peaks begin to form.
  2.  To the mixing bowl add 90g of golden caster sugar and whisk until a thick and glossy meringue mixture forms 
  3. Slowly add in the remaining 90g of sugar, alongside the cornflour, continuing to whisk slowly as you go
  4. Add the vinegar and whisk one last time until thicker with strong peaks 
  5. Bake in the centre of a preheated oven (Gas Mark 2, 130 Degrees) for 45-55 minutes
  6. Allow 30 minutes cool time after removing from the oven before decorating 
  7. Taking your heavy whipping cream, whisk until thick and spread the cream over the pavlova
  8. Drizzle over the Chocaholic Toffee Spread over the top and add sprinkles for decoration 

Other Popular Pavlova Flavours 

Whether you're making a large pavlova cake or individual pavlovas for your guests, there's such a wide variety of flavours that can be made and enjoyed, we particularly enjoyed switching it up this week with our toffee pavlova, so here are some other classics: 

  • Raspberry Pavlova - With fresh fruit and a berry compote, you can't quite beat the original flavours of sweet berries and cream 
  • Chocolate Pavlova - Whilst meringue isn't traditionally a chocolate dish, a chocolate pavlova can be made incredibly good, pair it with a chocolate hazelnut spread for a chocolate hazelnut pavlova result, alternatively keep it simple with some chocolate sauce & strawberries. 
  • Mixed Fruit - From kiwis to blueberries, a traditional mixed fruit pavlova contains a variety of seasonal fruits sitting on top of the delicious crisp meringue nest often accompanied by a lemon curd sauce 

What are the different types of meringue? 

  1. French 
  2. Swiss 
  3. Italian 



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