For these Easy Vegan Mini Pavlova you’ll need:
- chickpea water (aquafaba)
- sea salt
- corn starch
- caster sugar
- coconut yogurt
- maple syrup
- vanilla extract
- berries and fruits of choice
I created a HOW TO tutorial on my instagram account @veganstars so you are able to get a visual step by step instruction. The short instruction helps to understand the recipe and you will see, that the recipe is super easy to do. The written form always looks much more complicated as it is in reality!
I normally don’t eat a lot of sugar but once in a while this sweet dessert is just what I crave. I bet you will love this dessert as much as I do. Enjoy the recipe!Print
These Easy Vegan Mini Pavlova are:
- super light
- the perfect dessert for hot days
- great to impress your guests
- dairy free
- soy free
- nut free
- gluten free
Did you know that pavlova is named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova who was admired across the world? She visited Australia and New Zealand in 1926 during her world tour. After her visit there was a big argument going on who invented the airy meringue cake first in honor of Anna Pavlova. Both New Zealanders and Australians claim that a local chefs created the popular dessert. New Zealanders say that a chef at the Wellington Hotel was inspired by her tutu and created the dish. Australians say that a chef invented the airy cake and it was named Pavlova when a diner claimed it to be as light as the famed ballerina.
In fact, researches found that neither of them are the winners. According to their investigations, there already were 150 recipes for Pavlova-like desserts published before Ms. Pavlova toured in Australia and New Zealand. The meringue cake must be much older and created well-before Anna Pavlova was even born. Interesting story, huh?
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