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Eton Not So Messy


A simple fruity dish that's less dessert, and more breakfast!

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  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Raspberries
  • Greek Yogurt
  • Shortbread (or biscuits/cookies of your choice!)
  • Cherry compote
  • White chocolate curls (optional)


servings 2
Level of difficulty Easy
Preparation time 10mins
Cost Budget Friendly


Step 1

Start by washing your fruit and preparing the strawberries by chopping off the top and slicing into pieces. Place them into the bottom of a bowl (or serving glass if you're using this as a dessert rather than a breakfast).

Step 2

Cover the berries with greek yogurt (for this I'm just using a Muller Corner greek style yogurt as you get cherry compote with it, and it's much more friendly to your purse!)

Step 3

Add the cherry compote on top of the yogurt.

Step 4

Crush your biscuits - I used peanut cookies for my topping but it would be nice with shortbread or even a chocolate chip cookie! This is substitute for the meringue used in a typical eton mess which can be too sweet for some people. Sprinkle the biscuits on top of the dish, don't be too worried about large lumps or tiny crumbs! It all adds to the texture.

Step 5

Finally, top with chocolate curls if you wish to, to add a sweet-toothed kick to the dish. This would be ideal if you were serving this as a dessert.


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