Poached Apples, Flourless Brownies, Apple Cake, Pavlovas, and Chocolate Mousse

Poached Apples filled with homemade red currant jam.

Covered with meringue and almond slices.

After baking and decorating.

Gluten Free chocolate brownies. These tasted nice and the recipe was so simple!

You can see the moistness here.

First we sliced the apples, then covered them with the batter. It was a nice light cake.

With a fruit and port wine reduction.

Pavlovas. It was originated in New Zealand for the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova.  It has a baked meringue base, creme chantilly (like whipped cream) filling and is typically topped with kiwis, but other fruits can be used. The baked meringue on the left was just for fun.

Chocolate mousse with a chocolate coconut macaroon-like base.

Topped with white chocolate decorations. We also made a raspberry sauce and a balsamic vinegar sauce. I thought that wouldn’t be very tasty, but it helped compliment the sweetness and was very subtle.

Until next time, Happy Baking!

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One Response to Poached Apples, Flourless Brownies, Apple Cake, Pavlovas, and Chocolate Mousse

  1. Wow, this looks wonderful. I love the apples and the port sauce!

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