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Beatrix Bakes' Coconut Sugar Pavlova by Natalie Paull & Lauren Cassar

Beatrix Bakes' Coconut Sugar Pavlova by Natalie Paull & Lauren Cassar

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Capturing the dreaminess and warmth of the holiday seasons, this is Coconut Sugar Pavlova by Beatrix Bakes' Natalie Paul, envisioned by painter Lauren Cassar.

Lauren imagined a festive buzz in the air, as pavlova is a celebratory dessert first and foremost, and the blissful exchange between loved ones floating through a summer day. 

For Nat, she was always first in line, holding up a plate, right in front of a billowy pavlova adorned with sweet fruits. Her recipe introduces the complexity of coconut sugar – bringing a deep, malted savoury flavour and tilting it from basic vanilla towards tropical.


  • Limited Edition of 300
  • One poster provides 10 meals
  • Available in: A2 format 42 x 59 cm | A3 format 29.7 x 42cm
  • Printed on 130gsm Extract paper, made entirely from 100% recycled coffee cups
  • Unframed

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Natalie Paull & Lauren Cassar

Natalie Paull was born to bake. Her first solo cooking adventure was a butter cake she made from scratch when she was seven years old. It was her sweet thunderbolt. By eighteen she was an apprentice chef that kept gravitating towards the pastry section...besotted by all things sweet. Nat is inspired by the honest cakes of Australian rural bakeries, classic European cakes and sweet American traditions. She loves tarts and nuts and seasonal fruit. If it’s sweet, then she’s into it.

In 2011, Nat found a very small shop on a sunny corner of the suburb that she lives in. The logo she chose is two upright old-fashioned rotary beaters, which represent the call to arms baking has been for her all her life. In 2020, she released a bakebook Beatrix Bakes that gives away all the cakehouse secrets. If you teach someone to bake, they will cake forever.

lutruwita-based artist, founder of Mirador, mother and art therapist, Lauren Cassar forms a visual and conceptual language in an attempt to find footing amongst a repetitive, mundane home amidst the raw.

Lauren’s intimate work contemplates the meeting of two contrary experiences – the domestic and the wild – in pursuit of a more balanced, grounded and connected way of being. With a visceral practice that subsumes experimentation across various material explorations, Lauren’s work appears at once in motion, yet pauses on the simple, instinctual practice of nesting.