Frozen Eton Mess with a Berry Coulis

by Sandra Lawson (follow)
Dessert (1081)      Summer (237)      Strawberries (55)      Raspberries (32)      Frozen (20)      Summer Fruits (4)      Eton Mess (2)     
A slight change to the classic Eton Mess and perfect for using up summer fruit and cooling you down on a hot day.



Spoonful of sauce, Frozen Eton Mess


Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Freezing Time: 2-2 1/2 hours
Makes: 6 servings

Ingredients
284ml double cream
200ml Greek yogurt
200g strawberries, plus a few more for garnish
4 meringues (Make your own if you must, but shop bought are acceptable.)
150g raspberries
1tbsp icing sugar
1tbsp lemon juice

Method
Whip the cream.



Spoonful of sauce, Frozen Eton Mess


Fold in the yogurt.



Spoonful of sauce, Frozen Eton Mess


Hull and chop the strawberries and stir in to the cream and yogurt.



Spoonful of sauce, Frozen Eton Mess




Add Strawberries


Crush the meringues and fold in.



Add Strawberries


Line six dariole moulds or ramekins with clingfilm and divide the mixture evently between all six. Cover with clingfilm and leave in the freezer for 2 or 2 1/2 hours until semi-frozen.



Add Strawberries


Put the raspberries into a blender goblet.



Add Strawberries


Add the icing sugar and lemon juice.



Add tablespoon icing sugar and lemon juice


Blitz to a pureť.



Add tablespoon icing sugar and lemon juice


Pass through a sieve to remove pips.



Add tablespoon icing sugar and lemon juice


Put a pool of raspberry sauce onto each plate, top with a frozen Eton Mess, and serve garnished with sliced strawberries.



Spoonful of sauce, Frozen Eton Mess


Categories
#Strawberries
#Raspberries
#Summer Fruits
#Eton Mess
#Frozen
#Dessert
#Summer
 
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