Eton mess is quick and easy to make, and while everyone loves the classic recipe, we have variations including chocolate Eton mess, Eton mess with raspberries and more.
Fresh fruit and bought meringues make this traditional English dessert easy to assemble for a light ending to a meal.
Instead of eton mess - this is a chocolate mess made with meringues! An instant dessert that requires no cooking. It's easily adapted for your own tastes. You can add other ingredients like fruit or different sweets. I make this a lot with my girl guides when we go camping and they love it!!
This is my no-cook version of a low fat, less calorific summery dessert with a lemony kick. This can be prepared ahead with the meringue added just before serving. The amount of berries to use, is up to you. Use frozen or fresh berries of your choice, when in season.
A tasty, light chocolaty dessert. The clementine gives it a twist. Add vanilla ice cream if you desire.
A delicious quick twist on the tradtional strawberries and cream. Quick to make and looks good when serving to guests for a desert, make it extra special by adding the optional vanilla essence and rose water.
A deliciously light yet indulgent dessert using new Ski Sensations. If you prefer not to use alcohol in your dessert, you can soak the peaches in orange juice instead, adding a couple of drops of almond extract to get a similar effect.
This is a delicious version of Eton Mess, with chopped Spanish persimmons, crushed raspberries and pomegranate seeds, with whipped cream and broken meringues. YUM!
This is a layered version of Eton mess made with meringue, thawed raspberries, cream and flaked almonds. Use coloured meringues if you can and add some Baileys® Strawberries & Cream liqueur for an extra treat if serving adults!
This traditional English dessert has a twist with a touch of added vinegar to the strawberries to make the taste POP!!! Enjoy this when strawberries are local and in season.
Okay, so it isn't really that healthy but it's slightly less bad for you than regular Eton mess that is made with just double cream. I tend to use defrosted frozen raspberries as they're cheaper.