Bipolar spokes RF pulses can be employed in parallel transmission (pTX) used to mitigate the RF field inhomogeneity problem at ultra-high field in 2D. However, their performance can dramatically drop with delays between gradients and RF pulses. This work reports a new method for (anisotropic) gradient delay correction for multi-spoke RF pulses based on so-called gradient trim blips, applicable to tilted slice and slab excitations. This solution has been tested in Bloch simulation and validated on phantom at 7T with tilted slab-selective pulses. Experimental results obtained with the corrected pulses match the simulations incorporating no gradient delay.