Pavlova with blueberry mousse

Luxury pavlova with blueberry mousse, a dessert that can be made both vegan and traditional and taste at least as good in both ways. Enjoy this Pavlova!

8 pavlova

approx. 2 hours

Rating (1 ratings)


Vegan meringue
150 ml chickpea cooking water
170 g Dansukker Superfine Sugar
3 g Dansukker Vanilla Sugar
25 g cornflour

Blueberry mousse
200 g blueberries
140 g Dansukker Jelly Sugar Multi
300 ml plant-based cream

Flavoured sugar
See recipe here


Set the oven temperature to 100 °C.

Drain the chickpeas, so that only the cooking water remains. Lightly whisk the cooking water and then add the sugar a little at a time, continuing to whisk. Increase the speed after a while.

Whisk until a solid meringue forms and fold in the vanilla sugar and cornflour. Pour the mixture into a piping bag and pipe 8 meringues onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

Bake the meringues in the bottom of the oven for about 2 hours. Switch off the oven and leave the meringues to cool.

Meanwhile make the blueberry mousse. Bring the blueberries, jelly sugar to the boil, and simmer for about 1 minute. Refrigerate the mixture for 1–2 hours. It should be completely cooled.

Whip the cream and fold in the cold blueberry jelly a little at a time. Stir into a smooth mousse. Keep in the fridge, and whisk again before serving for a thicker consistency.

Make a small hole in the centre of the meringues. Pipe or spoon the mousse into the centre of each meringue. Sprinkle a little flavoured sugar over the top.

Tip! If you don't want a vegan dessert, use 4 egg whites, 300 ml sugar, 1 tsp vanilla sugar and 1 tbsp cornflour for the meringues and whipping cream in the blueberry mousse.

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