A Pavlova wreath with sugared cranberries for Christmas

This pavlova Christmas Wreath adorned with sugared cranberries is sure to stun your Christmas guests.

Greet your Christmas guests with a stunning holiday door wreath, then wow them at the table with this delectable, edible Pavlova wreath adorned with sugared cranberries.

Never made — or even heard of — a Pavlova? Let this be the year you bring a surprise to your Christmas dessert offerings!

Wildly popular in Australia and New Zealand, Pavlova is a lovely meringue-like cake with a crisp crust and soft interior that is traditionally topped with whipped cream and fruit.

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Though these two countries have a long-standing debate about the origin of the dessert, they both agree that it was named after the beloved Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, who toured Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s.

The key to success in making a perfect Pavlova is beating the egg whites until they reach their maximum volume.

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