Tuesday, December 30, 2008

No. More. Cookies.

Berry Pavlova

To break up the decadence that is christmas cookies, I made a pavlova one night, using this recipe with the addition of ~1/3c unsweetened coconut at the end. Thinned a little apricot jam by warming it in the microwave, then piled it high with blueberries, blackberries and pomegranate arils. I was on cloud 9 ;-) hehe!


More on how I get my arils in the next post...

22 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

OOOOH, that looks marvelous.

Meg said...

Looks yummy! Love the new header!

Erica said...

That sounds soooooo good! I would be thrilled to see something like that at a party ;)

Balance, Joy and Delicias! said...

that looks amazing!!!!!! :D

Esi said...

I've been wanting to make a pavlova for a while. It looks good with all the wonderful fruit on top!

Annie said...

LOL! guess what I am doing right now as I read your delicious post...
EATING COOKIES.

♥Reeni said...

How delicious and so light and refreshing. I am craving fruit and fresh foods!

Annie said...

P.S. love your new header, very clever!

HangryPants said...

Looks amazing and very hard to make. I am impressed!!

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Good call on the coconut-- it makes almost anything taste better :o)

Ricki said...

From your title, I assumed this would be a savory recipe. . . but sweets at the holidays=always welcome! :) Love pomegranate--can't wait to see what else you have to say about it.

Happy New Year!

runningwithfood.com said...

Great new header!

I'm with you on the "NO MORE COOKIES" announcement. I'm going to turn into a cookie.

Your pavlova looks amazing!

Dawn said...

I'm with you: no more cookies! Put the cookie down!
lol
I'm so ready for some fresh fruit--this is just perfect.

ttfn300 said...

Heather- looks can be deceiving :)

Ricki- hehe, you'd think, right? I think i'm burnt out from the holiday cooking spree!

loveofoats.com said...

that looks so good and something refreshing & new after all of the cookies i've made, seen, and eaten haha

Kevin said...

That pavlova looks good. Happy new year!

biz319 said...

Love all the berries!

Happy New Year!

seejessrun said...

I must say, that looks pretty decadently delicious too!

Erin of Care to Eat said...

That really looks awesome and I'd love to hear how you get our arils! It takes me about 15 minutes per fruit!

Bridget said...

I LOVE PAVLOVA!! Yumm!!! And I haven't had it in so long...delicious!

Your new header is really cute!

Happy New Year!

Darius T. Williams said...

It looks good - but no more cookies?!?!? Isn't that like blasphemy or something?

-Darius
www.everydaycookin.com

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