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Low-Carb Holiday Berry Pavlova

Pavlova is one of the most effortless desserts you can make and is perfect for a special occasion like the upcoming Holiday season. It's like Eton Mess made into a posh cake that will impress your guests! If you follow a ketogenic diet, you often end up with leftover egg whites, so making Pavlova is a great way to use them. My Holiday Berry Pavlova is now at A Sweet Life!

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Nutritional values per serving:

6.2 grams 2.8 grams 4.5 grams 18.3 grams 11.4 grams 222 calories
Total Carbs9grams
Net Carbs6.2grams
of which Saturated11.4grams
Energy (calories)222kcal
Magnesium21mg (5% RDA)
Potassium189mg (10% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (12%), protein (8.6%), fat (79.4%)

My Holiday Berry Pavlova is now at A Sweet Life!

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Comments (10)

I have tried making low carb pavlova in the past using erythritol with mixed success. It tasted great but was soft on the outside. It didn't have the crunchy shell of a normal Pavlova.  Erythritol just doesn't caramelize like sugar. And the crunchy bits are the best bits of pavlova.


Hi Denise, I use Erythritol and mine was crispy on the outside and soft inside. For even better results, you can try Swerve which caramelises and it's perfect for this type of desserts.


Will this work with xylitol too? I can't find erythritol where I live.


Yes, you can. It will have slightly more carbs but it's still fine for a low-carb diet Smile


Thanks for this. I have tried, with some success, to bake pavlova since going low carb but haven't tried using erythritol. I plan to try your version very soon.


Hope you like it! Smile


I don't think I could wait until christmas! This looks so beautiful. Can you use frozen berries?


Hi Miriam, yes, you can use frozen too. I noticed that some traditional recipes cook the berries and add sweeteners - there are many way you can do this. Just make sure to add the topping just before serving so that the meringue doesn't get too soft.


Cool!! I was looking how to "convert" my Xmas pavlova into a lowcarb treat! Pinning and saving for the right time Smile


Thank you Connie, hope you like it! Smile


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