Christmas Keto Pavlova – Australian Keto Recipe
Christmas is coming up, and I thought I would make a keto pavlova for you to share with your friends and family. Its low carb, sugar-free and keto friendly.
This pavlova contains egg whites, vinegar, cream of Tatar, vanilla extract, natvia and a small pinch of xanthan gum.
I’ve used cream of Tatar before in a recipe like this, and it helps bind all the egg whites together whilst sitting in the oven. You might have used this ingredient whilst making my Keto Cloud Bread, and I’m using it in the same way here, but it will taste slightly different because we’ve added sweetener.
Christmas is a tough time of year for us Keto Warriors. Do you break your good habits just so you don’t have to be different? Well, luckily you won’t have to this year!
Keto Pavlova is basically egg whites and sugar, so why can’t we just replace sugar with natural sweetener? Correct!
Pile on the cream, and you’re living the dream.
This sugar-free pavlova recipe tastes just like the real thing. Usually, pavlova contains corn flour. Unfortunately, corn flour is too high in carbs for the ketogenic diet, and may potentially kick you out of ketosis. We don’t want that!
Everyone wants an easy pavlova recipe, and this is exactly what this recipe is. Pavlova dessert doesn’t have to be hard, however, make sure you’ve got enough time to bake it in the oven because it takes up to one and a half hours to completely cook.
You are going to love this pavlova, and I’m going to put it out there, its one of the best sugar-free pavlova recipes I’ve come across. It is easy, its meringue, it is tasty and it is sugar-free. Did I mention its got full-fat dollop cream on top? YUM!
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