A brilliant dessert for christmas time. It is fast and easy to make and looks very festive.

Ingredients (serves 12 | makes 12 slices)

  • 200g dark cooking chocolate
  • 150ml thickened cream
  • 3 eggs seperated
  • 1 tbspn caster sugar
  • 1 pavlova base
  • 250g seasonal berries
  • 30g flake bar


  1. Place 200g Dark cooking chocolate, broken into rough pieces, and 50 ml thickened cream in a large microwave safe bowl. Cook for 1-2 mins on high until choc is melted and smooth.
  2. Separate 3 eggs, stir the egg yolks into the choc mix.
  3. In a separate bowl beat the egg whites until soft peaks form. Add caster sugar and beat for 1 minute. Then fold egg whites into chocolate mix
  4. Whip 100 mls thickened cream until thick and fold into choc mix. Refrigerate chocolate mousse for 20 mins. Spoon chocolate mousse over Pavlova and refrigerate for 30 mins.
  5. Top with seasonal berries strawberries and blueberries and/or kiwi fruit and crumble a flake chocolate bar over the top. Slice evenly and serve.

  • You could also add passionfruit although the chocolate will probably over power the flavour of some of the fruit.


  • This looks like a very decadent pavlova cake thbaks




  • omg this looks amazing!! I will have it all to myself!


  • Love this combination, a great new twist on an old but tried and true recipe. Thanks for sharing.


  • Thank you very much for this combination , be delightful to make it.


  • Ooh, pavlova chocolate and fruit in one. Yes, I like. Thanks for the delish recipe.


  • This looks amazing; pavlova and chocolate together, delicious.


  • oh yumm …looks so divine.
    Could also imagine you could use white chocolate as well, & Strawberries, raspberries, kiwi …red, green and white for Chrissy. Thanks for sharing.


  • Love the twist on the pavlova,it look’s amazing!


  • Your chocolate mousse pavlova looks so scrummy and delish and I can just imagine it getting gobbled up very quickly.

    • This pavlova did indeed get gobbled up extra fast – an incredible dessert.


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