Easter Fried Egg Pavlova

If you’ve been a long time reader, you probably know I’m all about the cheesy things (both, literally and non-literally) and definitely all about the cute foods. Anything cute, dressed up, dolled up, decorated, whimsy, pink, unicorn-y… yeah, I’m sold. Point in case: this easter pavlova in disguise, pretending to be a simple fried egg. Does it get any cuter?

Also, just (!) in time for your Easter celebration, right? Suitable for brunch, lunch (dessert) and also totally on it’s own right. Your crowd will be pleased, no doubt. You understood the message: make these, like, asap.

Again, this recipe was created in cooperation with Spar. For those in German, I recommend to download their magazine to get the recipe. Look, it’s super easy, here.

English peeps, I have a reco for you! Follow this guide for the perfect meringues. Shape the meringues into small nests. Add some vanilla whipped cream on top of each nest. Place drained tinned (or fresh one, come to think of it?) on top of each nest. Sprinkle with chopped pistachios. Voilà, your triple A Easter dessert to impress!

6 comments on “Easter Fried Egg Pavlova

  1. Giselle @ The Busy Spatula
    11. April 2017 at 17:02

    So ridiculously cute!! Love how the peaches look just like egg yolks. 🙂

  2. KR
    11. April 2017 at 20:38

    So great idea ! And really cute 🙂 Thank you for inspiration:)


  3. Rachael @ Rachael's Foodie Life
    11. April 2017 at 22:32

    these are gorgeous!! they remind me of the crazily awesome desserts that Heston Bluemethal makes, you know the ones that you think are savoury until you tsate it.

  4. Theresa
    12. April 2017 at 18:19

    Hello! You have a beautiful website! I love these “Easter pavlova’s”! I’m hoping to make them for Easter (fingers crossed!). I’m not a blogger, just a regular wannabe everyday home cook! If they turn out picture worthy, I would like to put them on my Instagram and maybe Facebook..I want to make sure that I give you proper credit..I can not find your email address to ask your permission tho! And how to correctly credit you! Can you spare a moment and help?! Thank you and I hope you have a truly lovely day!

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